This bespoke beauty will be sold at auction this month.
We've seen some stunning Ford Mustang restomods over the years that marry vintage styling with modern technology. This latest example started life as a 1967 Ford Mustang but has been extensively modified with metal-fabricated side scoops, a trunk spoiler, front and rear painted bumpers, and LED headlights and taillights.
The build quality of this gorgeous restomod is absolutely impeccable, with enhancements such as a billet hood and trunk hinges, GT500R hood locks, and a flush-mount gas cap. Finished in stealthy Agate Black pearl paint, the one-off Mustang rides on custom retro-style 18-inch Shelby wheels wrapped in Toyo R888R rubber, and it just gets better.
Under the hood of this one-of-a-kind Mustang is a Ford Racing 5.0-liter XS Coyote engine with ported Cobra Jet heads and Cobra Jet cams, a fully forged bottom end, a ported intake, billet oil pump gears, and a crank pulley. Ceramic-coated headers, a stainless-steel exhaust system with ceramic-coated headers and Borla mufflers helps the engine breathe. The engine is mated to a modified T56 6-speed manual transmission with a hydraulic clutch and a 4.10 gear ratio. No performance specifications are quoted, but the Ford Racing 5.0-liter XS is available as a crate engine with over 500 horsepower.
To improve the chassis rigidity, the suspension is upgraded with billet adjustable coilovers, front and rear sway bars, and a TCI subframe connector system.
An electronic power steering system and Wilwood brakes with 13-inch rotors and six-piston calipers at the front and 12-inch rotors with four-piston calipers at the rear bring the driving experience up to modern standards. In contrast to the retro styling, the interior is equipped with luxuries and technology you would expect to find in a modern car including digital gauges, an Alcantara suede-wrapped steering wheel, power windows, and climate control.
This one-of-a-kind Mustang restomod will be sold at Barrett-Jackson's Houston auction taking place between September 16th and 18th. There's no reserve, but given the exquisite quality of the build, we expect it will sell for big bucks.