It has never been easier to own a Ford Mustang, one of America's most successful sports cars, and a respected performance vehicle across the globe. The Mustang, which competes with cars such as the Chevrolet Camaro and Dodge Challenger, is a solid base for anyone looking to get into more sport-orientated driving, and with the sixth-generation car having been around since 2015, there are many good deals out there to choose from.
But what if you're not keen on the thought of driving around in another cookie-cutter Mustang, and would prefer something with a bit more flavor? Well, we've got just the thing for those who don't mind a bit of attention.
Forget about buying a brand new Mustang: instead, turn your gaze to the machine you see in the pictures before you. This 1996 Ford Mustang has been extensively modified to look like something a Florida-based Cruella de Vil would drive. In the ad listed on eBay, the driver simply states "Custom built in 2013 for me. There is only one like this in the world." From the photos, you can sort of make out the profile of the Mustang, but the exterior is modified to such an extent that most passers-by won't be able to recognize it as a Stang.
The spec sheet indicates an odometer reading of 67,443 miles, an automatic transmission, and features such as air conditioning, cruise control, power locks, and power windows. Obviously it's a V6, but there are some V8 badges stuck to the back.
The owner goes on to describe the car in more detail: "A custom concept car like no other. A picture is worth a 1,000 words! How unique is this car? Well, there is only one in the world. Flowing front fenders like 1930 style cars. No door handles (you open with remote). You can show/hide the number plate by pushing a remote button and it slides in under the car!" The owner continues to describe features such as backlights from a Volvo XC90 SUV, and front lights from a Mini Cooper.
"I mainly drive this car around town so probably less than 1,000 miles since it was built in 2013" he concludes. We wouldn't blame you if you did less than 1,000 miles in this thing, and we would rather see it at the bottom of a river. The owner is asking $34,000 for the privilege of driving away in this beast.