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SEMA 2012: 2013 Ford Mustang by Stitchcraft

By - October 31, 2012 – 12:58 pmNo Comment | 6,768 views

2013 Ford Mustang by Stitchcraft

Stitchcraft is known for their custom car interiors, so its no surprise that their project Mustang at the SEMA show features a gorgeous cockpit. The 2013 Mustang Convertible has been fitted with custom Katzkin leather and Alcantara Sparco seats complete with cooling and massage systems, Scroth 4-point harnesses, matching rear seats, an Alpine audio and navigation system, painted trim pieces and custom billet badges. The outside of the car looks just as good, with a BASF Pearl Blue paint job, 3dCarbon body kit, Classic Design Concepts light bar, a custom convertible top and Forgeline wheels.

2013 Ford Mustang V6 Convertible by Stitchcraft:


  • Hurst shifter
  • Nitrous Express nitrous system
  • Flowmaster exhaust system


  • Hotchkis Performance coilover suspension system
  • Hotchkis Performance sway bars
  • Wilwood brakes, 6-piston front and 4-piston rear

Wheels & Tires:

  • Forgeline wheels (20×10″)
  • Falken AZENIS tires (275/35/20)


  • 3dCarbon body kit
  • CDC light bar
  • Robbins Auto Top German canvas convertible top
  • BASF R-M Oynx HD waterborne Blue Pearl paint
  • Stitchcraft shaved antenna


  • Stitchcraft fully upholstered leather interior
  • Katzkin premium black leather
  • Stitchcraft painted fiberglass dash, panels, seats and trunk accents
  • Sparco seats
  • Stitchcraft harness brackets
  • Seat Comfort Systems cooling and massage system
  • Schroth 4-point harnesses
  • Palmer Performance Engineering iPad and iPhone integration
  • Viper smart start
  • Alpine audio and navigation system
  • Custom billet Stitchcraft badges

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