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SEMA Preview: Creations n’ Chrome Boy Racer Mustang

By - July 19, 2011 – 1:58 pmOne Comment | 1,077 views

Creations n' Chrome Boy Racer Mustang

We were first introduced to Creations n’ Chrome at SEMA last year with their eye-popping “Pony Girl” Mustang. The car featured the company’s special Spectra Chrome spray-on chrome paint that was also recently featured on the one-off Blue Angels Mustang. It’s not everyone’s style, but the workmanship and build quality were undoubtedly impressive. Apparently Ford took a liking to the Pony Girl Mustang enough that they have given Creations n’ Chrome another shot at building another car for SEMA in 2011.

While the Pony Girl Mustang wasn’t all show with a Vortech supercharger, nitrous system, Wilwood brakes and KW coilover suspension, Creations n’ Chrome’s second Mustang will be much more performance oriented. “The theme of the vehicle is to blur the lines between a race car and street car,” we were told by Gary Watson, the company’s founder. That means items like an eight-point roll cage, functional ducting and a custom-fabricated interior will all be installed in the Mustang. Many of the same companies that were featured in last year’s car have also jumped on board including Vortech, KW Suspensions, HRE Wheels and Falken Tire. Of course, it wouldn’t be a Creations n’ Chrome car without their special Spectra Chrome paint, this time done in red with black accent graphics

3dCarbon will also play a large role in the Mustang’s build, not only by providing the body kit, but for inspiration in the overall theme and design of the car. “3d Carbon let us use the name Boy Racer and its our way of saying thank you to Billy and Ernie at 3d Carbon for giving us our first shot at SEMA back in 2008,” Watson told us.

Creations n’ Chrome will also be using the Boy Racer Mustang to spread awareness for ALS (Lou Gehrigs Disease). Last year’s Pony Girl Mustang was used to raise funding and awareness for breast cancer.

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