Mustang Restyling (S06E03)

Chris Duke and crew restyle a 2010 Ford Mustang GT by giving it a vehicle wrap and aftermarket appearance products.

Product Mentions

Craftsman
A.P.E. Wraps Vehicle Wrap
MMD Eleanor Style Scoops
MMD Retro Mirrors
Raxiom Smoked Aero Tail Lights
3dCarbon GT500 Style Rear Spoiler
3dCarbon Eleanor Style Center Fog Light Grille
Ford Racing GT500/CS/BOSS Rear Diffuser
Roush Side Rocker Panel Splitters
MGP Caliper Covers
Bravado Performance Americana 2 Wheels (20×10 front, 20×9 rear)
Mickey Thompson Street Comp Tires
Katzkin Leather
Seiko Instruments

Partz Features

Craftsman 5 pc. Mini-Pliers Set
Covercraft Fleeced Satin Car Covers
Max Energy Power Programmer
Mothers California Gold® Showtime® Instant Detailer
Mothers Professional Instant Detailer
Mothers Professional Hand Glaze
Mothers California Gold® Pure Brazilian Carnauba Wax
DetailGlove

Episode Notes

In this 77th episode of Motorz, Chris takes and crew take their 2010 Ford Mustang GT project vehicle to the SGIA Expo in Las Vegas for a major restyling makeover. It gets a custom vehicle wrap that looks like paint from A.P.E. Wraps, then a ton of retro and appearance products from AmericanMuscle.com. New Bravado wheels and Mickey Thompson Street Comp tires are added, along with a custom Katzkin leather interior.

In Letterz, Chris answers viewer mail, and in Partz, Chris shows off Craftsman’s mini pliers set, Covercraft’s Fleeced Satin car cover, Hypertech’s Max Energy Power Programmer, and shows you what you need to maintain your vehicle wrap with products from Mothers Polishes.

As always, be sure to stick around to watch our out-takes at the very end during the credits!

Music

This episode features an original Motorz theme song by Jeremy Pritchard.

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8 Comments
  1. Where in the video does he mention tire sizes and gear ratios along with upgraded power etc etc. i dont feel like re watching it

  2. Now, why would you need to change your gear ratios/gears if your only changing a small thing like tire size? Why would you need to compensate for that? Also I’m pretty sure changing gear ratios/gears doesnt messup your speedometer, just shifting stuff and speed and all that stat stuff?

  3. I love what you did to the car, and hey Chris man my mom’s steering wheel is sun damaged and I wanna restore it an take cair of our car. What do you recommend ?

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