The "Fallen and Wounded Soldiers" Ford Mustang GT by Webasto is a special muscle car that was the result of a collaboration among some of the world’s foremost Mustang tuners. But more importantly, this Mustang was born to raise awareness and money for The Fallen and Wounded Soldier’s Fund (FWSF), a non-profit organization focused on helping service members with medical costs, transportation, and other financial assistance.
In building this special edition Mustang, Webasto sought the help of some of the best tuners around, and knowing the nature of this build, a lot of companies answered Webasto’s call.
There were a number of new styling touches done when building and re-touching the exterior of the Mustang, including the addition of a new front fascia and grille from Roush; new side rockers and a rear lower fascia from 3d Carbon; a Hollandia 322L spoiler sunroof, hood struts, and new paint from MRT; a custom Fallen & Wounded Soldier graphics on the bonner of the muscle car; and a new set of 20" Modulare Forged, custom 3-piece wheels. Inside, the Mustang was likewise treated to a plethora of modifications beginning with an extensive leather treatment from Katzkin, as well as a new gauge pod from Ford Racing and Auto Meter gauges.
In addition to all the aesthetic and aerodynamic modifications, Webasto also wanted a Mustang with a modified engine set-up. So they took the Mustang’s 5.0-liter V8 engine and added a Roush supercharger with a JLT cold air intake, a McLeod RXT twin disc clutch, a Barton short throw shifter, an MRT MaxFlow H-pipe & Interceptor axle-back exhaust, and a VMP custom tune. All of these enhancements allowed the Mustang to break open its output from 412 horsepower all the way up to 700 horsepower.
Now that’s an output worthy of our soldiers.
gallery: Ford Mustang GT 5.0