Should You Buy This Mustang Instead Of The New 2015 Mustang?

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Tough choices in life.

There’s a growing trend lately called restomod. Or, more specifically in this case, pro-touring, the definition of which is the act of restoring an America sports car, only modified with modern components. Oh yes, the many possibilities, and Classic Recreations was one of the first businesses to start doing this. Its main focus is classic Mustang, and even the late great Carroll Shelby gave them his blessing. And for around $150,000 or so, you can have Classic Recreations build you the classic-bodied Mustang of your dreams.

But is a Mustang really worth that amount? After all, you can go and buy a brand-new 2015 Mustang GT with a 5.0-V8 right now for only around $30k. But let’s ignore prices here and check out what Matt Farah is driving this week.

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