Power is provided by a 331 cubic-inch (5.4-liter) stroker V8, that comes with dual Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetors and a massive Doc Hampton Blower, that is likely to intimidate anyone even remotely considering to challenge you at the dragstrip or a stoplight. With the massive side exhausts, this isn't exactly ideal if you live in a quiet neighborhood, but it will provide a deafening driving experience for sure.
You get a three-speed transmission with the package, and that works in conjunction with a 12-bolt rear end. Horsepower figures aren't stated, but it wouldn't come as a surprise if this packed more punch than a modern-day Shelby GT500. And with that kind of power, it made perfect sense to have a set of Mickey Thompson rear tires, wrapped around the Beadlock wheels.
As this is a Prostreet kind of build, not everything is on the extreme side things with this Mustang, and the interior looks almost comfortable if you too can find the comfort in a set of Procar bucket seats that are fitted with RCI race harnesses. But at least the door panels are still in, you get plush carpeting and an AM/FM digital tuner with cassette on top of it all. The car is located in Charlotte, and it has an asking price of $41,995. If this could do 9-second runs, I would say it's a pretty fair trade.