Outside the halls of the SEMA show looks like an L.A. expressway during rush hour. A sea of custom cars are double, triple and quadruple parked on sidewalks and access roads. The cumulative effect of so many incredible rides is that it's tough for any single set of wheels to stand out. The Obsidian CoupeR Mustang, however, stood out. It may have been because it was parked in a spot of honor, directly outside a set of main doors in the middle of the pathway with no cars in front, in back or besid
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