Hurst Announces New Personalization Options for the Pickiest Enthusiasts

Hurst hopes to satisfy enthusiasts who want to create their own special edition muscle car with the new “Hurst Garage.” Located in Irvine, California, Hurst invites drivers to bring their latest-generation Camaros, Mustangs, and Challengers to be personally customized.

Like any special edition model, each car gets a dash-mounted plaque and certificate of authenticity. The VIN is cataloged in the Hurst archives so, the company says, “the pedigree of the vehicle can be traced for future owners and collectors.” If you don’t have one of the aforementioned muscle cars, Hurst notes that other vehicles will be welcomed in the near future.

“Hurst Garage will allow current owners…to bring their cars to the Hurst facility and have them customized to their taste, with any of our Hurst products,” said Nate Shelton, President and Chairman of Hurst Performance Vehicles.

So if your tastes are, well, especially distinctive, it appears Hurst will be happy to help.

In June, Hurst announced it would create a special one-off Mustang GT convertible to pace the Ford Racing Mustang Challenge.

Source: Hurst

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