I'd search but Fazle fucked me over on that option. For those who can’t afford one of his million-dollar Ridler Award-winning confections, Chip Foose has unfurled his impeccable hot-rodding talents on the 2006 Ford Mustang to create the limited-edition Stallion. Evidently, enough time has passed to free the Stallion name from its association with a gaudy decal-decorated version of the 1976-77 Mustang II. A styling exercise more than out-and-out tuner car, the Foose Mustang Stallion features subtly revised bodywork that gives the car a strikingly polished stance. The changes include cleaner front- and slightly enhanced rear-end styling, lowered rocker panels, a sculpted hood with a functional air scoop and custom crafted 20-inch wheels. Inside, a brushed-aluminum-look treatment replaces much of the standard trim, pulling the whole interior together with a cohesive theme. The final touch will be a traditional tri-color bar with a Foose badge replacing the usual pony. The project is a joint venture between Foose Design’s Huntington Beach, California, studio and Unique Performance of Dallas. Unique Performance is best known for production of the Shelby continuation cars, as well as for the high-performance parts it designs for 1960s muscle cars. Unique Performance is also working with Ford to develop a supercharger for possible installation in the Stallion, in addition to looking at other Ford Racing catalog parts for the car. The major performance modifications on the Stallion include larger Baer brakes and lowered Eibach springs.