Want to win modded 2015 Mustang? Well, you have a chance by participating in the Hurst ‘Elite Series’ Sweepstakes.

Want to win modded 2015 Mustang? Well, you have a chance by participating in the Hurst ‘Elite Series’ Sweepstakes.

Would you love to love a 2015+ Mustang but haven’t made the jump yet? If you haven’t made room in the budget yet, how would you like to score one for free? Of course you would. What if it was already modded with aftermarket gear? That definitely sweetens the pot, right? Well, if we have your interest, you’ll want to know that Hurst is giving away a 2015 Mustang GT in a new sweepstakes.

“Hurst Performance is proud to announce the Hurst ‘Elite Series’ Sweepstakes. One lucky person will win our 2015 Mustang GT that Hurst engineers used for prototyping and developing all the exciting Hurst Elite Series products,” says the company. “The Hurst Mustang has each of the six Elite Series components installed, plus some exciting upgraded products from industry-leading companies such as Anderson Composites, Moroso and TMI Interiors.”

This Elite series Mustang is special, as it also received upgrades from Anderson Composites, Moroso and TMI Products, as seen evidenced by the custom interior.

This Elite series Mustang is special, as it also received upgrades from Anderson Composites, Moroso and TMI Products, as seen evidenced by the custom interior.

The traditional Hurst Elite series Mustangs are upgraded with Elite series cat-back exhaust systems, Dazzler wheels, handling springs, floor mats, graphics and a Competition Plus short-throw shifter. This car goes above and beyond the Elite mods with the aforementioned extra upgrades.

You have until November 15, 2017 to sign up for the sweepstakes, but there’s no time like the present. If you want a chance to win, just visit the official page right here.

To be considered a Hurst Elite Series Mustang, the pony car must be equipped with the Elite series cat-back exhaust systems, Dazzler wheels, handling springs, floor mats, graphics and a Competition Plus short-throw shifter.

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