• Sep 7th 2011 at 4:56PM
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Design-World Company in Sundern, Germany is offering to turn your Ford Mustang into what you see above for just €12,150 ($17,091 U.S.). That will get you a 23-horsepower bump (to 435 hp) as well as the wheels, a "thread undercarriage" from H&R, and "the main accomplishment" which appears to be the grinding and varnishing of plastic parts and the lively paint scheme.

There's more information in the press release after the jump, but good luck making sense of it, or there's always the gallery of high-res photos... and then a call to your Swiss banker to get this metallic orange and black and white party started, right?
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In a fast gallop - Ford Mustang from Design-World Marko Mennekes

Ford Mustang appeared in 1964 and became the ancestor of the Pony-Car-Class (Pony-Car-Klasse). Until now, the varieties of such bodies as Coupé, Fastback and Cabriolet is still a sensation due to their appearance.

Design-World Company in Sundern which is, incidentally, for more than six years is responsible for modeling station of CarFilmComponents (CFC-Styling Station), gave the originally equipped, a free-living prairie no weak engine with 412 hp an additional power impetus. Now the engine hasas 435 hp with 5-liter capacity. V8 with 6 speed manual transmission of 2011 model year is fully equipped, including Shaker 1000 CD/MP3 sound system. The above mentioned increase in the capacity is achieved byopen air filter with air box (Airbox), as well as software optimization.
At the same time, the car speed has been limited, but not as in previous versions. This condition is mandatory for such a wild horse.

The alloy wheels of 8.5x20 inches with 255/35ZR20 tires on the front axle, and of 10x20 inches with 285/30ZR20 tires on the back axle are actively supported by the thread undercarriage from H&R.

But let's move on to the main accomplishment of the Design-World in Sundern: for example, the fact that this company can make your car look different, so no one will confuse it with other models. . For the beginning - the varnishing, including grinding of the plastic parts that were not varnished, such as channel bar, diffuser, radiator and bumper. The black painting of the Mustang GT remained unchanged. The foil finish with contrasting color nuances in metallic black, metallic orange, white, and the carbon foil (CFC-Black-metallic, CFC-Orange-metallic, CFC-White, as well as CFC-Carbon-Strukturfolie-Black). Who can imagine this free animal in a fast gallop? Without the use of fantasy.

The total cost of the reconstruction of the "CFC-Sundern Mustang Project" is 12.150,00 euro.

Photo: Jordi Miranda


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      Randy
      • 3 Years Ago
      So 23-horsepower and a paint job you probably can't resell for $17,000 on top of the Mustang! Nah, I'll take a BOSS 302 for that price! Sorry Germany! Try again....
      J.J.
      • 3 Years Ago
      This is what happens when a Mustang is designed by a guy wearing capris (manpris). Please, stick to Polo mods.
      MTU 5.0
      • 3 Years Ago
      I like Mustangs, especially the 2010 and up design. I like black cars. I like the color orange. I do not like it when all three are combined in one of the ugliest ways possible.
      Autoblogist
      • 3 Years Ago
      Not everything good and automotive comes out of Germany.
      LUSTSTANG S-197
      • 3 Years Ago
      It looks like a Happy Meal Toy from 20 years ago. Seriously, it looks like something I would have thought was cool when I was 8. For those of us old enough to drive, this car would simply attract too much unwanted attention in the form of looks of disapproval and surprise, while bringing out the overzealous side of every cop that sees you.
      Javanese
      • 3 Years Ago
      Ahhh germans, they dont do subtle. Its either, be a priest or let your balls hang out.
      Alfa Pete
      • 3 Years Ago
      "Germany's Design-World Marko Mennekes takes on the Ford Mustang" - the Mustang lost!
      subierider
      • 3 Years Ago
      Sorry Germs. Leave the Stang tuning to us Yanks.
      Maverick
      • 3 Years Ago
      Hate it.
      • 3 Years Ago
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      Mark S
      • 3 Years Ago
      When I first saw this I thought it was a Dodge Challenger, then I read the title and notice (interpreted) the logo on the side. I was happy it wasn't a Mopar, cus it's ugly...
      emacemacii
      • 3 Years Ago
      I think this mustang would look pretty cool if they strip all the orange decals, graphics and paint schemes. The stance and those wheels looks alright to me. But what do I know.
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