Although everyone expects the Ford Mustang to be one of the biggest attractions at the upcoming 2012 SEMA Auto Show, we haven’t heard much about the tuning packages that will be displayed in Las Vegas. At least, not until now, as we’ve received the first details on a kit developed by the guys over at Pictographics.

Based on a 2013 Ford Mustang, their Track Fighter package features a paint scheme inspired by a WWII P-51 Mustang, or Major Edwin W. Hiro’s P-51-D airplane, nicknamed the "Horses Itch," to be exact.

The paint scheme is the first noticeable addition, but people don’t just come to SEMA to show off a fresh coat of paint. This Mustang also received a series of rather impressive updates: Doug Thorley Headers and helmets with communication gear; an iPhone and iPad dash integration with RAM mounting brackets; tow hooks; and Boss front splitter. The car sits on a new set of forged wheels wrapped in Nitto tires and combined with a new coil-over suspension system and Eibach springs.


Source: mustangheaven

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