The Fox body Coupe that BROKE The Mold, The "Sick_Fox"

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The Fox body Coupe that BROKE The Mold, The "Sick_Fox"

As we all know, the fox body mustang is a staple of modern day muscle car culture.  They fill drag strips, car shows, street racing and nearly any other event you might attend that's performance and/or show related.  

This being the case, you get used to seeing foxes that show their age and usage through the body and interior.  Today's feature car is NOT the case.  

Brandon Hitchins spared no expense and left no bolt unturned on the car that has become affectionately known as "Sick_Fox".

Brandon Hitchins built his Sick_Fox from a 37k mile 1992 Ford Mustang Coupe he found in West Virginia and stuffed a 331ci AFR headed SBF, supercharged with a Procharger D1SC, assembled the interior with TMI, Foxbody Composites carbon fiber, Dakota Digital gauges, a Sparco Steering wheel and threw on a set of Billet Specialties Pro Touring wheels and let it sing through custom 3 inch exhaust.

When I had the pleasure of shooting the "Sick_Fox", it was powered by a 331ci small block Ford, sporting a set of AFR 185 heads, an Anderson cam, Trick Flow intake and an air to air intercooled Procharger D1SC.  

Brandon Hitchins built his Sick_Fox from a 37k mile 1992 Ford Mustang Coupe he found in West Virginia and stuffed a 331ci AFR headed SBF, supercharged with a Procharger D1SC, assembled the interior with TMI, Foxbody Composites carbon fiber, Dakota Digital gauges, a Sparco Steering wheel and threw on a set of Billet Specialties Pro Touring wheels and let it sing through custom 3 inch exhaust.

The wheels are a one off set of Billet Specialties Pro Touring wheels.

Brandon Hitchins built his Sick_Fox from a 37k mile 1992 Ford Mustang Coupe he found in West Virginia and stuffed a 331ci AFR headed SBF, supercharged with a Procharger D1SC, assembled the interior with TMI, Foxbody Composites carbon fiber, Dakota Digital gauges, a Sparco Steering wheel and threw on a set of Billet Specialties Pro Touring wheels and let it sing through custom 3 inch exhaust.

The details don't stop at the exterior!  Dakota Digital gauges, TMI seat covers and door panels, a Sparco wheel and Foxbody Composites carbon fiber components wrap up interior styling to match the exterior's level of detail.

Brandon Hitchins built his Sick_Fox from a 37k mile 1992 Ford Mustang Coupe he found in West Virginia and stuffed a 331ci AFR headed SBF, supercharged with a Procharger D1SC, assembled the interior with TMI, Foxbody Composites carbon fiber, Dakota Digital gauges, a Sparco Steering wheel and threw on a set of Billet Specialties Pro Touring wheels and let it sing through custom 3 inch exhaust.

As a photographer, this car is SO bright and SO clean, that I even had difficulty capturing it's brightness.  So reference's sake, here's a couple of test shots in the controlled light of Brandon's garage to give you an idea of how bright the car really is.

Brandon Hitchins built his Sick_Fox from a 37k mile 1992 Ford Mustang Coupe he found in West Virginia and stuffed a 331ci AFR headed SBF, supercharged with a Procharger D1SC, assembled the interior with TMI, Foxbody Composites carbon fiber, Dakota Digital gauges, a Sparco Steering wheel and threw on a set of Billet Specialties Pro Touring wheels and let it sing through custom 3 inch exhaust.

Brandon Hitchins built his Sick_Fox from a 37k mile 1992 Ford Mustang Coupe he found in West Virginia and stuffed a 331ci AFR headed SBF, supercharged with a Procharger D1SC, assembled the interior with TMI, Foxbody Composites carbon fiber, Dakota Digital gauges, a Sparco Steering wheel and threw on a set of Billet Specialties Pro Touring wheels and let it sing through custom 3 inch exhaust.

There's a reason I specified "at the time of this shoot" in regards to the drive train description.

At this time, the car is off in paint and I quote Brandon in this statement "It wasn't bright enough.", and is getting a coat of Dupont's "Pure White".

It also has a new Fordstroker's 363ci Dart Blocked stroker that just arrived as well as a T56 and other goodies.  Stay tuned for a part two to this car's write up!

Check out my video of Brandon's first shoot with me back in March here.

Check out Brandon on Instagram to keep up with the car's progress here.

Check out Brandon's sponsor Foxbody Composites here.

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