Ride Of The Week: 'The Green Machine' 2015 Ford Mustang
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Ride Of The Week: ‘The Green Machine’ 2015 Ford Mustang

With a sci-fi penchant and a 2015 Ford Mustang for a canvas, Josh Rivers’ car, “The Green Machine,” looks like no other. After working with Apex Customs and others, The Green Machine looks as though it drove straight out of TRON.

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It’s hard to find a rear-wheel drive sports car that feels as good to drive as the 2015 Ford Mustang V6 for a similar price. Could this be the perfect balance of sports car looks, sound, and feel? For some people, yes, but then it still has the appearance of practically every other Gen VI Mustang on the road.

Josh Rivers, of Phoenix, is one of those who wanted to stand out. With a sci-fi penchant and a 2015 Ford Mustang for a canvas, Josh Rivers’ car, “The Green Machine,” looks like no other. After working with Apex Customs and others, The Green Machine looks as though it drove straight out of TRON.


What did it take to turn an ordinary Mustang into “The Green Machine?” Rivers tells us he started at Best Buy, with a new sound system, and a couple of small paint jobs at Lucky Luciano Paint Shop, green key fobs and rear Pony logo.


Apex Customs provided the new Rosso Insignia 20-inch black-and-copper wheels, with Nitto skins. Like the key fobs and pony, these would get the green treatment, as well. After a black powder-coat, Apex Customs wrapped the wheels’ copper accents in 3M’s Sheer Luck green vinyl wrap, to match the rest of the car. The brake calipers received a black powder-coat treatment as well.


Lighting was next, Rivers opting for green halo headlights and fog lights, green LED daytime running lamps, and green LED accent lighting behind the grille.


For the body, Rivers opted for a full-body vinyl wrap, a custom dark green with Sheer Luck green “TRON” lines. At night or in broad daylight, there’s no doubt The Green Machine is a unique car, driven by a unique driver.

Article courtesy Speedville.

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