A Mustang with the pedigree of this one here does not come around
very often. Not only is the build on this car one of the most
detailed builds you will ever find, it was also built and owned by
Kenny Brown himself. Kenny Brown built this car for the SEMA show
in 2005. The purpose of this build was to show everyone what Kenny
Brown's shop and parts were capable of. Every suspension component
on this car has been upgraded by Kenny Brown's shop. Some of these
suspension upgrades include height adjustable shocks at all 4
corners, an adjustable panhard bar, adjustable rear lower control
arms, tubular front control arms, and tubular front subframe. The
stopping power of the car was also increased by the addition of
larger Brembo brakes at the front of the car. Putting the power of
this Mustang to the road are a set of staggered Forgeline wheels
wrapped in Pirelli P-Zero Corsa rubber. Since the completion of
this car, a number of bolt on upgrades have been added to the car
to bring the power of this Mustang up to par with the amazing
suspension build. These upgrades include: Ford Racing intake
manifold, MRT cold air intake, long tube headers, comp cams and
large aluminum radiator.
To go along with the unbelievable performance of this one-of-a-kind
Mustang, the exterior of the car has been converted into a 1969
tribute car with the rear of the car being converted into a true
fastback. To complete the '69 Mustang look, '69 style rear fenders,
front chin spoiler and boss 429 style hood scoop were added to the
exterior of the car.
Despite all of the exterior work done to this car to make it the
aggressive looking car it is, this is not a show car. Kenny Brown
built this car to look good attacking the tarmac and that's exactly
what he did with this car after its debut at SEMA. This car was
taken to multiple tracks around the US to show what this car and
Kenny Brown's shop are capable of. A magazine editor that had the
chance to witness this car on the track recalled how the Z06
corvettes that showed up that day couldn't keep up with this car in
the turns. We cannot stress enough how amazing this car handles and
if you are looking for a well built, unique, competitive Mustang to
take to your local track day, there is not another Mustang out
there like this!
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