It seems like every month another limited edition Mustang tuner is found, this time it’s A.J. Foyt’s “Coyote Edition”. This car is being marketed by Heritage Customs out of Arlington Texas, and they’ve slated 500 to be built by special order.
Instantly one of the first things you notice are the wild 20″ wheels and ground effects. You’ll also find subtle exterior improvements – including side striping and some badging. A look inside reaveals custom stitched upholstry, more badging, and some bling in the stereo department. It’s worth noting that Matt found three such Mustangs and each seemed to have different options - one being equipped with a roots style blower.
There’s little additional information available at this point - including price or detailed specs. In fact, were it not for Matt over at MustangBlog, we wouldn’t even know this car exists. He was also kind enough to send over some of the photos he took at this years Unique PerformanceFest.
Standard “Coyote” Options Include:
- Ground Effects (Front Fascia, Rear Bumper, Fender Flares, Side Skirts with Door Caps, Rear Window Louvers, Front Fender Vents, Rear Spoiler)
- Twin Scooped Fiberglass Hood with Ram Air Induction
- Color Keyed Mirrors
- Rear Quarter Panel Side Scoops
- A.J. Foyt Performance Exhaust
- Black Mesh Grill with Center Fog Lights
- 20” Chrome F18 Wheels with Toyo Tires
- Coyote Striping with A.J. Foyt Logos
- Chrome Billet Fuel Door
- Number and Signed Dash Plaque
- 3 year/36K mile warranty
Other Options Available:
- Suspension/Anti-Roll Bars, Higher Rate Springs, New Lower Control Arms and Billstein shock to create a 3/4” front and rear lowering effect below factory level (requires different tires)
- Engine Programmer (requires special modification)
- 410 Gears
- Custom Leather with A.J. Foyt Logo in the Headrest
- Supercharger (unknown)
- In Dash DVD/Navigation Unit (unknown)
More information (not really) and a video can be found at Heritage Customs webpage on the Coyote. We’d love to get a better look at this latest edition tuner Mustang, especially get our hands on the performance specs and more details about the parts being used. If we get our hands on anymore tech we’ll update this page.