The nice stance of an eight-second Mustang is easy to appreciate. Fabtech built the 14-point cage, installed the 15-gallon fuel cell, and did a bunch of sheetmetal work. Rear suspension consists of J&L Performance control arms with spherical bushings and a custom coilover shock arrangement. J&L also provided the antisway bar. The 9-inch Ford rearend holds Mark Williams axles, a Richmond diff, and 3.55:1 gearing. Up front are Koni five-way adjustable struts, Hotchkis caster/camber plates, D&D springs, and D&D A-arms and K-member. Bogart rims, Wilwood brakes, and a parachute add to the speed and safety.