Pretty much bulletproof as long as it’s properly maintained, the big-block lump is marked 352 because it’s based on the 352-cu-in V8 from the Ford-Edsel family of engines. Atrocious in terms of gas mileage, the 390 in the Saleen S390 is complemented by a mesh front grille and a hood scoop.
Further gifted with a dual exhaust system, the computer-generated pony car also flaunts black rear window louvers and a black-painted spoiler.
Pictured on BFGoodrich Radial T/A rubber mounted on Cragar S/S wheels, the retro-infused rendering is reportedly offered in fastback and convertible flavors. Abimelec Arellano took to social media to say that “I really enjoyed making this one, as I feel it really captured that Saleen vibe I wanted.”
To whom it may concern, Steve Saleen bought his first Mustang - a Shelby GT350 - in the 1960s. In addition to various aesthetic modifications, the gentleman who founded Saleen Autosport in 1983 also fabricated a side-tipped exhaust system for his pride and joy. The makeover’s pièce de resistance came in the form of velocity stacks rising above the hood.