Classic Design Concepts’ (CDC) Outlaw Mustang package is headed to the Woodward Dream Cruise on Aug. 15-16 in Detroit.
CDC’s performance car exhibit, featuring the Outlaw package, will take center stage in Mustang Alley on Saturday (Aug. 15). CDC also will offer gift cards and free parts installations at the Mustang Memories show on Sunday (Aug. 16) for those who preorder parts for a custom pony car.
“Our new Outlaw package has captured the attention of Mustang enthusiasts worldwide since it’s unveil a few months ago,” said George Huisman, president of CDC. “Equally suited for the track or street, the Outlaw is one of the most wanted customized performance packages for a 2015 Mustang.”
CDC will kick off the Woodward Dream Cruise on Aug.15 in Mustang Alley and showcase 2005-2015 Mustangs sporting the company’s various parts. CDC also will host a social media contest where visitors can snap a selfie with an Outlaw car, tag CDC in the post and use the hashtag #CruiseCDC. All participants will be entered in a drawing to win one of two $50 CDC gift cards that will be raffled on Aug. 15. The winners will be announced by CDC on social media.
During the Mustang Memories on Aug. 16, CDC will host another contest for visitors to win a $50 gift card. Attendees can stop by the CDC tent in Mustang Alley, pick up a Woodward 2015 CDC sticker and place the sticker in the upper right corner of their windshield to be eligible to win. One winner will be announced every hour between 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
CDC also will offer free installations for anyone who pre-orders the company’s products. The professional installation team will install products on-site, from wheels to spoilers, transforming the Mustang into a customized performance vehicle, according to CDC.
“The Mustang has been an icon for over 50 years,” said Craig Edwards, sales manager at CDC. “The Outlaw version of the car is on the fast track to becoming a legend, too. Unlike anything available in the world, the custom package enhances any version of the current Mustang, turning heads everywhere.”