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Prior Design injects life into 2005-09 Mustangs with new body kit

September 29, 2011 Mustang News No Comments

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You know Mustang news is slow around here if I am posting about a new body kit coming on the market.  Any who, German company Prior Designs is proud to release their new three-piece body kit consisting of a front fascia, rear bumper and side skirts.  The new body kit looks clean and is functional with its large cooling air inlets on the front fascia to help cool the front brakes and suspension.  Out back the rear diffuser helps with aerodynamics and downforce.

Check out the press release and gallery of photos below.

Press Release:

Company Prior Design from Kamp-Lintfort at the Lower Rhine, which specialises in exclusive aerodynamics components, offers a complete styling kit for the ancestors of the “new” pony car, the Ford Mustang. After installation of a Prior Design front bumper with large cooling air inlets and very low corners, the vehicle front appears much more dynamic and aggressive, giving the previously powerful Mustang an even stronger overtaking prestige. The front cover is balanced by the rear bumper. With its diffusor design, it is directly reminiscent of round-track racing cars and delivered with a US license plate recess. The matching side sill pair harmoniously connects the new end covers and visually lower the car.

The Prior Design styling kit matches all Ford Mustang C5 models up to the facelift (2009 and newer). They can also be mounted on PDC vehicles if slots are cut into the bumper for mounting of the PDC sensors.

Prior Design’s products are made of an epoxy-based plastic fibre composite. With its great surface structure and high stability, this high-quality material enables simple and cost-efficient painting. Prior Design components have a great fit and are easy to mount.

Optionally, Prior Design offers the matching stainless steel end muffler, which, however, has to be installed on site in Kamp-Lintfort. Use of a serial exhaust system is only possible with modifications.




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