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All of the Hell Snakes receive a complete repaint that uses four coats of PPG paint and six coats of PPG clear. To achieve a show car paint finish the Hell Snakes are wet sanded using 800, 1,500 and 3,000 grit sandpaper to remove all orange peel. Several buffing and polishing compounds are then used for a high gloss finish. The rocker panels, front splitter,
rear diffuser, mirrors, windshield cowl and underside of the trunk lid are also painted. All stripes and graphics are painted on, no vinyl is used.
A complete Engine Dress-Up Kit is also included in the Hell Snake conversion which includes a Radiator Cover, Battery and Master Cylinder Cover, billet Fuse Box and ECM Cover, Hood Struts, billet Shock Tower Covers and several other accessories.
The interior on the Hell Snakes are reupholstered using a combination of leather and sueade that mimics the exterior of the car. Billet accessories are also added to the interior.
There are over 35 standard upgrades that come on the Hell Snake conversion package. The list of options for the Hell Snakes are vast and includes supercharger upgrades, suspension, brakes, custom airbrushing, turbo systems and chassis modifications.
When others after market custom shops failed to meet the expectations of the late model Mustang enthusiasts, Bangastang decided to raise the bar and create a show car that late model GT500 owners will truly appreciate.
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