Mo’ Muscle Cars Builds Stunning 820 HP Mustang [Video]
Mo’ Muscle Cars is one of them and, as we’ve seen back in June when their two-tone 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS was showcased, they’re very good at turning almost 50-year-old vehicles into dream cruises. This month, the Texas-based company released a video of their latest project, a 1964 1/2 Ford Mustang that churns no less than 820 HP and wears a stunning paint job.
In fact, looking at this car’s modification list makes us realize it’s no longer a 1965 model year, but a 21st century pony in a classic suit. It has a full modern powertrain that includes a modified 2007 Shelby GT500 5.4-liter V8 engine with a Kenne Bell “Mammoth” supercharger on top. What more could you want?
Other updates include an overdrive transmission, Sean Hyland front suspension, Control Freak IRS, hand-built custom steel dash, hand-built exhaust, fiberglass console, Boze Alloy bespoke wheels and many more.