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SEMA 2013: Ice Nine 2014 Shelby GT500 Convertible

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Ice Nine 2014 Shelby GT500 Convertible

We don’t see too many custom Shelby GT500s at SEMA, but the Ice Nine Group is an exception with their 2014 GT500 Convertible. The drop-top has a menacing look thanks to custom Pearl Black paint complimented by a carbon fiber hood and accessories as well as a custom carbon fiber fender widened to allow for the extra wide Forgiato wheels. The interior stands out thanks to Ferrari Red leather seats and upholstery, a custom rear seat delete and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. Under the hood is just an impressive, with a 4.5-liter Whipple Supercharger, Kooks headers and a Gale Banks water-methanol injection system.

Powertrain

  • 4.5-liter Whipple supercharger system
  • Monoblade throttle body
  • Kooks headers
  • High-flow cats
  • Corsa mufflers
  • Gale Banks water-methanol injection

Chassis

  • 420mm Mov’It carbon ceramic front brakes
  • 400mm Mov’It carbon ceramic rear brakes

Wheels & Tires

  • Forgiato Maglia ECL wheels, 21×10 front and 21×14 rear
  • Pirelli Pzero Nero tires, 285/30ZR21 front and 355/25ZR21 rear

Exterior

  • Custom carbon fiber hood with heat extractors
  • Carbon fiber upper and lower grilles, decklid and rear spoiler
  • Custom carbon fiber quarter panels
  • Custom Black Pearl paint with glass flake

Interior

  • Ferrari Red leather seats with high density foam
  • 210 black thread French-stitch diamond pillow pattern seating and door inserts
  • Ferrari Red leather-wrapped steering wheel with black Alcantara inserts
  • Custom rear seat delete
  • Custom red carpeting

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