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SEMA 2012: TruFiber 2013 Ford Mustang Convertible

By - November 6, 2012 – 8:50 amOne Comment | 7,299 views

TruFiber 2013 Ford Mustang Convertible

This 2013 Ford Mustang Convertible was on display at the TruFiber booth at SEMA in Las Vegas, and not since Vaughn Gittin Jr’s RTR-C Mustang have we seen so much carbon fiber. The car was fitted with just about every carbon fiber part offered by the company, from the front splitter to the hood to the rear diffuser. Even the convertible top cover was made from carbon fiber.

TruFiber’s Mustang had more than just cosmetic upgrades, though. Under the hood is a Paxton supercharger system, and the suspension system has been modified with components from AirLift and Whiteline. Inside is a set of custom Katzkin leather seats and, of course, a TruFiber carbon fiber interior trim kit.

TruFiber 2013 Ford Mustang Convertible:


  • Paxton supercharger system
  • Magnaflow exhaust system
  • JLT oil separator


  • AirLift Air Ride suspension system
  • Whiteline suspension components
  • R1 Concepts brakes

Wheels & Tires:

  • Stance wheels
  • Toyo tires


  • TruFiber carbon fiber chin spoiler
  • TruFiber carbon fiber hood
  • TruFiber carbon fiber fenders
  • TruFiber carbon fiber side skirts and splitters
  • TruFiber carbon fiber rear spoiler
  • TruFiber carbon fiber trunk
  • TruFiber carbon fiber rear diffuser and splitter
  • TruFiber carbon fiber convertible top cover
  • Classic Design Concepts grille
  • Classic Design Concepts convertible light bar
  • Radiant HID headlights


  • Katzkin leather seats
  • TruFiber carbon fiber interior trim kit

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