Inside, Mike installed Auto Meter A-pillar gauges, an in-dash head unit with video screen
Since the completion of the Ghost Rider car, Mike has been cruising Southern California and traveling the show circuit with his fellow Ar-kan car club members. Though every other member has an import, Mike still gets the due respect. "I'm always the only one with a domestic," he tells us. Members of the club drive everything from Porches and BMWs to 350Zs and Lancer Evos, yet Mike's car always seems to walk away with the most trophies. Mike also uses the GT to promote his company, Real AutoWorks (RAW) of La Habra, California, which builds and customizes cars to the same extreme as the Ghost Rider Mustang GT. The company has had its hands on everything from Ferraris and Lamborghinis to a '10 Camaro.
Though it has only racked up about 6,000 miles in the five years, Mike Hyun's Pony has traveled far from its humble beginnings as a stock '05 GT. With an estimated 550 rwhp, Mike can even smoke most of his import-wheeling buddies.