Supercars driver Cameron Waters has designed a one-off Ford Mustang GT that’s set to be given away.
In a collaboration between Tickford and Enzed, the unique Mustang has been modified according to Waters’ wishes as the 25-year-old completes his fifth year of main game involvement with the Broadmeadows squad.
Waters rose to fame by winning the inaugural Shannons Supercar Showdown reality TV series and has matured into a Supercars front-runner, with a Sandown 500 win, two pole positions and eight podiums to his name.
The car is fitted with Tickford’s ‘400 Power Pack’ ECU tune, lifting outputs from the standard Mustang GT’s 339kW/556Nm to 375kW at 6125rpm and 620Nm at 4635rpm, the maximum Tickford offers in naturally-aspirated form in cars fitted with the 10-speed auto.
Tickford’s suspension upgrade includes H&R dampers and a 25mm ride height drop, giving the car an aggressive stance in conjunction with a new seven-spoke wheel and tyre package, 20 x 10.0-inch fronts and 20 x 11.0-inch rears wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport 4 S tyres measuring 275/35 front and 295/35 rear.
A full carbon fibre body kit takes care of exterior styling, along with a menacing FPV GT R-Spec style colour scheme, which continues inside with red highlights on the seats, doors, handbrake and gear lever gaiters and steering wheel.
The full leather interior includes a leather re-trim, upgraded seat foam, suede and leather centre console and ‘Cam Waters Signature Edition’ stitched into the seats and floor mats.
For those keen on being the lucky owner of this one-off Mustang, all the details are at the Enzed website.