This Classic Italian Supercar Makes An Intoxicating Sound

Hill Climb

The glorious sound will be the highlight of your week.

Modern supercars may make a lot of power and have incredibleperformance, but classic supercars like this De Tomaso Mangusta make an ungodlysound that’s unmatched by modern vehicles. De Tomaso only made 401 Mangustas,which makes this one going all out at a hill climb a rare sight to see. Theclassic supercar came with a mind-mounted 4.9-liter Ford V8 engine that’s goodfor 221 hp. That may not sound like a lot, but the Mangusta could reach 155mph.

Forget performance specifications for a second and justlisten to this supercar roar like there’s no tomorrow as the driver conquers thehill climb. This is true music.

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