2005 Ford Mustang Vanquish'd V12 Foresees New Breed of Supercars

Taking a look at the Ford Mustang Vanquish’d V12 we can expect the begining of a new super breed in matter of car manufacturing. The Mustang has been painted with BASF’s Carrizma Candy Blue paint, and also features a Classic Design galssback roof that enhances its “bad boy“ look. Interior upgrades include a set of seats that are wrapped in Cobra Missano lether and Alcantara.

Furthermore, on each side it has received two ornaments that makes us wonder if they came from an Aston Martin. But the Mustang has received more than the ornaments, it has been “Vanquishd” by receiving a 6.0-liter of an Aston Martin Vanquish. The powerplant puts out an amazing 600hp, as the engine has a 6-speed Tremec T-56 transmission mated to the engine.

Suspension modifications include a set of coilovers from KW Suspension, while the stallion sits on huge rims that almost say its has something to hide. The vehicle features a set of iForged Essen wheels with a staggered fitment- 19x9 inches in the front, 19x2 inches in the rear. The iForged wheels are wrapped with Micheline Pilot Sport rubber. Looking behind the mesh wheels is a Baer Extreme big-brake upgrade, featuring 14-inch rotors and 6-piston calipers.

The transplant has been made by Western Motorsports for the 2006 SEMA show. Its maker says the car was built from ground up using the finest components and thousands of hours of coustom work.

A beast like this will set you back with about $79.900, but let’s face it it is definitely worth the money .
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