We always appreciate a nice tuning job, even if it only includes a set of aftermarket wheels and a new suspension, but despite that, this Ford Mustang GT looks kinda weird.
Made public by Forgestar, it rides on one of their wheel sets, the M14, with a seven double-spoke design, visible rivets, a polished look and skinny tires.
The M14 set is available in 18 and 19 inches and in different widths, and can be ordered in one of 17 colors that include Tiffany Blue, Kawasaki Green, Highlighter Yellow, Gloss Red, Candy Teal and Sun Gold, among others. You don’t have to own Ford’s pony car to get them either, as they can be fitted to other vehicles, including the previous-gen Chevrolet Corvette, old Subaru BRZ and WRX STI.
Besides the new rims, this muscle car was also equipped with a new suspension, and with a body kit that includes new front and rear bumpers and a boot lid spoiler. The tinted glass and ‘Troubled’ sticker added to the windscreen round out the styling.
The Mustang GT uses a 460 HP 5.0-liter naturally aspirated V8. The 2020 model year starts at $35,880, $9,210 more than the 310 HP 2.3-liter Mustang EcoBoost. The Convertible has an MSRP of $32,170 when equipped with the four-pot and $45,380 with the V8, and the Bullit will set you back at least $47,705, while the Shelby GT500 is priced at $72,900.