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SEMA 2013: HyperStangs’ Hellanor Mustang

By - November 10, 2013 – 12:32 pmOne Comment | 4,020 views

HyperStang Hellanor Ford Mustang

One of the coolest late model Ford Mustangs at the SEMA Show was actually outside the convention center. Nicknamed “Hellanor”, the car is one of a series of specialty Mustangs built by HyperStangs, the performance division of Rich Ford in Albuquerque, NM. Starting with a stock 2014 Mustang GT, Hyperstangs started off by installing Hellion’s eliminator twin-turbo system good for up to 800 horsepower. A set of Tokico DA struts and shocks came next, followed by BMR lower controls arms and a panhard rod, Maximum Motorsports caster/camber plates and Shelby GT500 front 15-inch brakes with 6-piston calipers.

Hellanor has the looks to go along with its performance, too. Shelby’s widebody fenders have been fitted at the rear, allowing for massive 345/35R20, and a more aggressive front fascia and CDC grille allow more airflow to the engine. The looks is finished off with a ram-air hood and a bold red stripe with silver accents.

You can see Hyperstangs’ Hellanor Mustang in more detail in the photo gallery below.

Photos © 2013 MustangsDaily.com




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  • Tim Wysong says:

    So, this belongs to Rich Ford of New Mexico. “Hellanor”. You would think knowing that this vehicle is their rendition of “Eleanor” and it was to be viewed even by Chip Foose, that they would have made certain that everything was up to specs.

    The engine hood is not centered, and that Silver Stripe does not line up.

    Being specialists that Carbon ‘n The Machine are, every little detail about “the appearance” must be accomplished for vehicles whether they are “for Show” or daily drivers, without exception.

    Rich Ford has failed to accomplish this.

    Creating “a One-Off” and showing it to the world in Vegas, everything must be pristine, not done half way and call it a day …

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