Indulge in the allure of a classic 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback that transcends the ordinary. Acquired in 2019 and meticulously customized between 2020 and 2022, this masterpiece is a testament to automotive excellence that commands attention.
Under the hood, the heart of this iconic stallion received an upgrade in 2022 with the installation of a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 crate engine.
Accompanied by a custom air intake and an aluminum radiator with dual electric fans, this Mustang ensures optimal performance and cool-headed dominance.
The body underwent a stunning transformation, featuring raised front and rear wheel arches, custom-fabricated inner fenders, and widened rear wheel tubs.
Bathed in captivating metallic red with silver over-the-top stripes, the Mustang emanates charisma.
An aftermarket front valance, billet grille, and a fiberglass hood with pins enhance its aggressive stance, creating a visual symphony of power and style.
Mounted on a custom-fabricated chassis from Scott’s Hotrods’ n Customs, this Mustang’s handling is as remarkable as its appearance.
With tubular front control arms, a four-link rear setup, adjustable coil-overs, rack-and-pinion steering, and Wilwood disc brakes, this beast promises a driving experience that fuses power with precision.
Rolling on Hot Rods By Boyd Wheels, the Mustang perfectly balances style and substance.
Michelin Pilot Sport tires ensure a harmonious union of grip and grace, while four-wheel Wilwood disc brakes with drilled and slotted rotors guarantee unparalleled stopping power.
Step into a world where racing meets luxury—Braum racing seats, adorned in black vinyl with red piping and diamond stitching, cradle you in comfort.
The cabin is a symphony of black dash pads, door panels, and carpets, blending aggressive styling with opulent comfort.
A red-painted roll bar replaces the rear seat, securing Ridetech harnesses for an added layer of safety.
The wood-rimmed steering wheel on a polished Iditit tilting column sets the tone for the driver-centric cockpit.
Dakota Digital VHX gauges, including a 160-mph speedometer and vital engine metrics, provide a modern touch without compromising the classic aesthetic.
Linked to a Kicker amplifier and aftermarket speakers, the digital retro-look stereo ensures your playlist matches the engine’s roar.
The Tremec six-speed manual transmission channels power to the rear wheels, controlled by a Strange Engineering back end with a limited-slip differential.
The custom-fabricated stainless dual exhaust system, terminating with turn-outs behind each rear wheel, announces your arrival with an authoritative growl.
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