Sponsored by Ford Motor Company and Mustang Monthly’s parent company Source Interlink Media, the SEMA Mustang Build: Power by Women project was created to bring awareness to the females working in the automotive aftermarket and to encourage more women to pursue careers in the industry. Ford provided the ’13 Mustang GT; the SBN provided the volunteer women who modified the car at the Source Interlink Media shop in El Segundo, California.
The project started last spring with a design competition - by women, of course - that was voted on via Source Interlink Media websites, including www.mustangmonthly.com. Ford’s Jennifer Seely created the winning design, “High Gear,” describing it as “A luxury Mustang concept inspired by international products in categories such as jewelry, couture clothing, and architecture.”
Painted in Liquid Satin Black Candy, the ’13 GT has been modified for improved performance, comfort, and luxury. The Mustang debuted at last week’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Watch for a feature in the December 2012 issue of Mustang Monthly.