Michael Johnson
Technical Editor
December 4, 2018

Jeff Hasselbach’s company manufactures small specialty trailers, so his 2013 Mustang GT needs to be ready to haul at a moment’s notice. Of course it features a tow hitch, which is pretty rare on a Mustang, but that proves Jeff uses his Mustang in a variety of ways. It’s mostly built to handle the curves thanks to the addition of Pedders adjustable coilovers, a Steeda Autosports bumpsteer kit and front sway bar, and a BMR adjustable Panhard bar. The horsepower bump comes from Comp Stage 3 cams, a K&N cold air intake, a custom exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers, and a Mo’s Speed Shop tune. On the outside the car wears an RTR tail panel, GT500 stripes and wrapped B-pillar and roof, and a Street Scene front splitter.

Photography by Jeff Hasselbach