Moving up from the rear tire is a rear vent that is emboldened by a large crease which extends from the top and bottom of the vent's shape and reaches all the way to the front wheel well, ending at its curvature, or well, being terminated by the curvature of the front wheel fender itself. It is a deep sculptured-like incision into the metal and gives of an ambiance of strength. For me it resembles the strained look of your arm when it is held at a right angle to the shoulder with the fist clenched at the end. Infact, do you visualize what I just said? You do it! Raise your arm 'til it makes a right angle with your shoulder and tightly clench your fist. There's two thin tendons that begin almost at the center of the fist and move outward into the arm, where it then fades away. Now, look closely at it and you'll see a space between the two tendons. Infact, take the index finger of your other hand and gently run it between them. You can feel it. Now, singing in my Carrie Underwood voice, "Do you see what I see"? Yes, right? And now, this is what I see expressed in the huge crease into the side of the Mustang.
Moving on down from the hood is the huge main grille ofcourse, and which is framed on both sides by two large circular fog lamps. I love the effect of these circular lights too, as it resembles a Jeep aesthetic, one that has been implanted onto a car and imparts that same aura of toughness! Below the big grille is the thick luscious lower front fascia, or front bumper (envision the full lips of a beautiful female).
Now I leave you all, my readers with this: all Ford Mustangs should be made this beautiful, not different model variations with varying degrees of toughness - I hate that damn sh*t! Every mustang should look tough, and then customization should only make it look tougher! Do you get me Ford?
This article on a Ford Mustang is the second one that I have written. You can read our previous article on another customized Ford Mustang at the following link: http://seranitafaristreetteam.blogspot.com/2010/12/2011-ford-mustang-nelly-edition.html. This one is another great out-of-this-world customization!
- Gebre Mesquitta