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SEMA 2010: Street Scene Equipment 2011 Mustang Convertible

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Street Scene Equipment 2011 Mustang Convertible

This 2011 Ford Mustang Convertible by Street Scene Equipment combines both performance and luxury all in one package. The Robbins soft top, Hot Hues custom paint treatment and Street Scene Equipment aerodynamic enhancements give it a dazzling, head-turning appearance. Mustang Depot engine dress-up, Mint three-piece wheels with size-specific front and rear Yokohama tires, and Magnaflow exhaust intensify the performance and growl of the already more than capable 3.7L V6 engine. The plush, well-appointed white Katzkin interior, DSV customs carbon fiber steering wheel and interior dress-up, plus Polk Audio and Audio Innovations upgrades, all combine to pamper and please your sensors.

Base Vehicle:

  • 2011 Mustang Convertible
  • 3.7L 4V Ti-VCT V6 engine
  • 6-Speed manual transmission

Powertrain:

  • Magnaflow cat-back exhaust
  • Airaid air intake
  • Mustang Depot engine dress up items

Chassis:

  • H&R Springs  lowering springs and sway bars

Wheels and Tires:

  • Mint wheels – Modart 7 20×9 front and 20×10.5 rear
  • Yokohama tires, 255/35/R20 front, 275/35/R20 rear

Exterior:

  • Street Scene urethane chin spoiler, side skirts, rear valence, 3-piece deck wing, side scoops, main grille and lower valence grille
  • Dupont Hot Hues paint by L&G
  • Robbins soft top

Interior:

  • Katzkin interior
  • DSV customs carbon fiber steering wheel and interior dress up items
  • Polk Audio amps and speakers
  • Audio Innovations stereo upgrades

Created By:

Street Scene Equipment, Costa Mesa, CA 92926

www.streetsceneeq.com

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