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Japanese Firm Liberty Walk Is Working On A Ford Mustang Body Kit

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Japanese outfit Liberty Walk, which specializes in highly-stylized body kits for exotic cars like the McLaren 650S and Ferrari 458 Italia, is developing a suite of cosmetic enhancements for America’s premier blue-collar performance road car: the Ford Mustang. The Mustang kit hasn’t yet reached completion, but a variety of images showing its current state have found their way onto Liberty Walk’s official Facebook page.

The kit looks like it’ll feature a set of dramatic fender extensions front and rear, a more aggressive front splitter, a bespoke rear valance, side skirts, a revised hood, and a prominent “duck tail” decklid spoiler. We’d imagine that with the widened fender flares, a wider set of wheels and tires would be possible – even advisable, lest the car be left looking a bit goofy with its wheels all tucked in.

Photo: Liberty Walk on Facebook
Photo: Liberty Walk on Facebook

It’s anyone’s guess how much the full Ford Mustang body kit from Liberty Walk will cost when ready for ordering, but by way of comparison, a similar-looking kit for the Dodge Challenger is listed at $4,800 on the company’s website. That’s perhaps a tad costly, but can one really put a price on fashion?

(Source: Motor Trend)

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Written by Aaron Brzozowski

Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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