As the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage on here in the United States, the SEMA Show’s organizers have opted to cancel the premier aftermarket event for 2020. While the move may not come as a surprise during the recent uptick in cases across the nation, we’re sure the decision has left a Las Vegas Convention Center sized hole in a few people’s hearts. Fear not however, as you now have the chance to take a little bit of SEMA home with you thanks to this Ford Mustang Tjin Edition being offered for sale on eBay.
The muscle car in question was built by Neil Tjin for SEMA 2018. The 2019 Mustang was one of five featured in the Ford booth that year, and packs a ton of SEMA-ready hardware. Unlike many of the crazy builds that come out of the show every year, this Ford Mustang doesn’t carry a V8 engine under its hood. Instead, the muscle car packs a modified version of the EcoBoost engine found at the bottom of the Mustang’s powertrain lineup.
Along with the upgraded Borg Warner turbocharger kit, the Tjin Edition Ford Mustang packs a fully-adjustable Air Lift suspension system, and a set of one-off 20-inch Forgeline wheels complete with center-locking nuts. Behind those slick rims wrapped in Michelin rubber sit a of Baer Grizzlie six-piston calipers front and rear, which clamp down on some seriously large 15-inch brake rotors.
While the performance upgrades aren’t as extensive as other SEMA builds, the Tjin Edition Ford Mustang features some serious tweaks in the visual department. The bodywork has been given the RTR widebody treatment, mirroring the RTR drift cars we’ve seen tearing it up in Formula D. The pony car also features a BASF Majestic Purple paint job, making it look more on par with something you’d spot coming out of Sant’Agata, Bolognese.
The Tjin Edition Ford Mustang will be up for sale at the following eBay auction until August 27, with a buy it now price set at $45,999. That is a lot of money for what is ostensibly a used EcoBoost Mustang, but it would give you the chance to celebrate SEMA each and every day.