Tag Archives | graphics

2011 Ford Mustang graphics & configurator

Back in June, Ford launched a slick custom graphics site for the all-new 2011 Ford Fiesta and now, the clever marketeers have repeated the affair for the hot, new 2011 Ford Mustang.  This configurator website over at FordVehicles.com allows for a sizable amount of combos to be designed in order to appease most any Mustang fan’s preferences.  Users Riders can pick from a myriad of stripes, accents, tribal decals, and even some complete overlays.  With most of the packages just south of the $300 mark, it’s not a huge bank-breaker to tweak the 2011 Mustang and have it be set apart from the rest of the herd on the streets.

So…ready to do some shopping and tailoring?  If so, head on over to Ford and make it happen!

Roush stripe kits allow quick Ford Mustang customization

ROUSH stripe kits

Making sure your Ford Mustang doesn’t blend into the pavement seems like a never-ending project filled with aftermarket purchases, plenty of elbow grease, and of course, plenty of sweat over making sure everything’s right.  Well, there’s one more card to be played in the customization hand, and this latest dealing comes from the talented & dedicated team at ROUSH Perfomance.  ROUSH’s latest offering of vinyl stripe kits for the 2005 through 2011 Ford Mustang allow for a simple, quick, and tasteful update to an otherwise run-of-the-mill pony car.

Continue Reading →

Ford Announces Custom Graphics Solutions

Custom Ford Mustang graphics

Mere months ago, Ford debuted the online Ford Mustang customization website, allowing enthusiasts and dreamers alike to tweak out their very own 2010 Mustang with all the options and touches they long for.  That’s great and we loved it, but it’s also great to have something hands-on to keep the modding bug at bay.  Enter Ford’s latest aftermarket idea: Ford Custom Graphics.  So far, Ford has plans for distributing customized graphic packages and trimmings for the entire vehicle lineup, including the Mustang (of course).  Aside from the initial promise of offering the various vinyl graphic applications, Ford is also backing the eye candy with the standard warranty covering the vehicle itself for 3 years / 36,000 miles.  The announcement of this idea from Ford isn’t exactly watershed, as many aftermarket players are already in this game, but what’s unique about this is Ford is grabbing the aftermarket by the nape of the neck and bringing it closer to the initial marketplace.  What’s next for the new model year, Ford?  How many more tricks do you have up your sleeve?