2013 Ford Mustang RTR Spec 3 at the 2012 SEMA Show

Posted on Nov 4, 2012 In SEMA Vaughn Gittin Jr.

Vaughn Gittin Jr. with MOTHERS polish teamed up to build a 2013 Ford Mustang RTR SPEC 3 that was in the Ford booth during the 2012 SEMA Show week. The car includes HRE vintage line wheels, an even more aggressive kit, and some gorgeous red paint. The interior really has some excellent styling cues and a unique look to it to top the package off. This car is being used in the Optima Battery Street Car Challenge this weekend which happens right after SEMA every year. Here are the stats:

Engine:
3.55 gears
AFCO heat exchanger
American Racing 1 3/4″ headers
American Racing 3″ X-pipe
Currie Enterprises performance axle package with billet housing ends
Driveshaft Shop RTR carbon fiber driveshaft
Exedy Hyper-Twin racing clutch
Ford Racing Supercharger system
K&N air filter
K&N pure power billet oil filter
Magnaflow RTR axle-back exhaust system
Torsen differential

Chassis:
JRi coilover suspension system
RTR Tactical Performance 4-way adjustable sway bars
RTR Tactical Performance watts-link rear suspension
Whiteline sway bar bushings
Whiteline watts-link bushings

Wheels/Tires:
Falken FK453 tires (265/35/19 front and 305/30/19 rear)
HRE Vintage Series 501 3-piece wheels (19×10.5″ front and 19×11.5″ rear)

Exterior:
BASF R-M Onyx HD waterborne paint
RTR Chin spoiler
RTR Carbon fiber front splitter
RTR Carbon fiber fender blisters
RTR Rear spoiler
RTR Carbon fiber rear splitter

Interior:
RTR Rear Seat Delete
RTR Rear Cross Brace
RTR Floor Mats
Reus Systems audio
Sparco Seats with custom RTR Design

5 Comments

  1. This thing is sick. It won the Gran Turismo award too! Does anyone know when it will be in the game? GT6? Hopefully it will be available as DLC online. Congrats JR.

  2. hollywood says:

    this thing is rad. the dash however still sucks! that is all

  3. someguy says:

    Definitely needs these fender flares on Vaughn’s race car next year. With deep dished hre wheels

  4. lifer says:

    I really like how they still kept the old style needle gauges. This car is definitely awesome.

  5. CobyRacer says:

    Car looks amazing, but the wheels are in need of an upgrade…