2011 Ford Mustang Gt Cs
Amie Williams Associate Online Editor
September 23, 2016
Photos By: Owner

Scott Perry has the support of a great family. The Perrys, a certified foster family, provided a safe and stable home for over 40 children in the past six years. They have adopted six children and also have a natural born son who is now 19. Everyone backs Scott Perry’s Mustang passion, which means taking it to car shows and supporting veteran causes. The adopted Mustang of the family is a 2011 GT/CS that has been modified throughout and is called Born Free. This car is dedicated to Perry’s father, Marvin, U.S. Air Force, and his father-in-law, David Dedon, U.S. Army, as well as veterans and service members from all branches, including the U.S. Coast Guard. The car is daily driven and features a Vortech XB110 supercharger and a JPC/RGR built short-block and tune. It puts out 674 hp and 620 lb-ft of torque to the wheels. Perry also has an E85 tune where the car generated 1,021 hp and 820 lb-ft. Other mods include an eye-catching custom wrap to show his support for all veterans and the military, a custom entertainment system, and several carbon fiber additions under the hood. So far the car hasn’t seen the track, but Perry and Justin Burcham from JPC plan to change that soon.