PHOTOS BY: MERRICK HARDING
Airlift 3p, modified rear steeda camber arms, j&m toe arms, j&m rear upper shock mounts
Wheel Name and Specs
Gmr AS-5 19x10.5 +1 and 19x11.5 +9
Anderson composites carbon fiber 2 piece front lip, Anderson composites carbon fiber type ar side skirts, Anderson composites carbon fiber type ar rear diffuser, Anderson composites carbon fiber type st trunk with integrated spoiler, carbon fiber front and rear license plate holders, carbon fiber side mirror boarder, mp concepts flashing fourth brake light, euro clear tail lights, tinted rear side markers, diode dynamics color changing DRL’s, tinted side headlights, color matched brake calipers, vip puddle lights,
Rolls Royce star headliner, dynaperformance carbon fiber front dash, dynaperformance carbon fiber radio bezel, dynaperformance carbon fiber upper center console, dynaperformance carbon fiber center console, dynaperformance carbon fiber passenger strip, dynaperformance carbon fiber dome light, dynaperformance carbon fiber a/c vent outlets, dynaperformance carbon fiber side a/c vent outlets, dynaperformance carbon fiber window control panel, dynaperformance carbon fiber door handle trim, dynaperformance carbon fiber front door panel trim, dynaperformance carbon fiber gear shift knob trim, dynaperformance carbon fiber seat function trim, 12” digital cluster, heart shaped tsurikawa, 2 10” skar subs paired with a skar amp and a zenclosure rear seat sub box, trunk set up with color matched air tank, polished hardlines, dual 444c compressors
Custom exhaust starting from the headers all the way back to the exhaust tip with electric cutouts, tuned by Lund
Why did you choose this car?
ALEJANDRO: "I previously had a 2014 v6 mustang and that got totaled so I decided to get into another mustang but this time it would be a newer and faster version and now having this car I don’t regret getting another mustang. The mustang aftermarket support is pretty good so I knew I wasn’t going to have trouble making it my own or have a hard time finding parts which is another reason why I went with a mustang. A third reason why I got a mustang was because I had a few friends back in the day with mustangs so they were pretty much an influence."
What was the main goal when the build started?
ALEJANDRO: "The main goal with this car was to stand out from the typical mustang which majority have a muscle stance but I didn’t want that. I always had the plan to stance it out but that didn’t happen right away since I got a ferrada wheel sponsorship within 3 months of owning the car but after the sponsorship was over I got rid of those wheels and got my first three piece wheel which was the bazreias."
Do you have a unique story behind the car or build?
ALEJANDRO: "When I first got into the car scene back in 2014 I hated the camber look it was never for me but over time it started to grow on me probably because of my crew since they had stanced out cars. At first with this car I didn’t have any camber then went to about -3.5 all around and then jumped to -10. With the new wheels getting built it’ll probably sit at about -15 all the way around."
What are your future plans for the car?
ALEJANDRO: "Future plans with the car is to pretty much finish the build which includes adding boost, making the engine bay look good, change out the front seats to something that pops, just overall making it a show car."
Is there anything you would have done differently if you could go back?
ALEJANDRO: "I don’t think I would do anything differently if I could go back everything I did got me to where I’m at with the car meaning created new friends, new memories, my first ever sponsorship and still adding more sponsors to the list till this day. If anything I would do it all over again."
Shoutout to my crew @rejektz_cc and a big shoutout to @lowlife_est15
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PHOTOS BY MERRICK HARDING