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Join Courtney this weekend as she reveals the “Mustang Build Powered By Women!” Hypertech’s Marla Moore and Ford’s Jennifer Seely will stop in to preview this pony car that you’ll be able to bid on to own. Earlier this summer an all-female team from the SEMA Businesswomen’s Network, 40 in total who all work in the automotive aftermarket, came together in the Source Interlink Media “Hot Rod” garage to make history and build a tricked out 2013 Ford Mustang. Over 30 companies donated over 50 parts, including Ford with the Mustang GT, Edelbrock with a supercharger, Magnaflow donated an exhaust, Wilwood donated brakes, P-Zero tires from Pirelli and Forgeline gave GA1R wheels with a custom finish, as well as numerous parts from Summit Racing and products from Royal Purple. Jennifer came up with the winning design for the car that will be unveiled at SEMA October 30 in the Ford booth. Then it goes up for auction on eBay with all proceeds benefiting the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Last, but certainly not least — check out this killer resto Greg Rogers did on a very rough ’68 Chevy C-10. He swapped out the old 307, 2 barrel, three on the three, for a 383 Stroker automatic built by TNT Engineering that makes 425hp. Gary Hibdon did all the body and paint work, spending six weeks on the rear bed alone. As his first ever resto, Greg replaced just about everything on the truck. It’s wrapped in PPG Concept, GM Light Green and White and rolls on 20 inch Toys Wheels and Toyo rubber. Check it out on PowerBlock October 27 & 28. For more go to www.sema.org/SEMAMustangBuild
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