Our Detroit Showroom is proud to offer a menacing 2010 Ford Mustang that has been completely overhauled. If you are looking for a 1000+ horsepower Mustang to blow the competition out of the water, you can stop looking now. This 2010 Mustang GT has been completely transformed into an untouchable street machine that you can actually drive to the track. Under the hood, you will find that the modular 4.6 is buried under a Hogan intake manifold that allow twin 62 millimeter turbos. The internals have been addressed as well sporting Diamond pistons, Kellog crank, 4340 H Beam Rods, Comp Cam and upgraded valve springs. The transmission is a professionally built Rossler Terminator TH400 3-Speed Automatic with a PTC Torque Convertor and Trans Brake. The rear end is a very friendly 3.55 final drive ratio tucked ina Moser 9in. With all this power, safety instantly becomes a concern. The 10 point roll cage is certified and the 5 point racing harness will keep you planted while you're out embarrassing the competition. The list of modifications on this Mustang are extensive and it pumps out an impressive 1200 horsepower on a race fuel and the right tune. If you are in the market for a tire shredding Mustang, this is the one for you. For over 125HD photos and a video of this Pony in action, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or call to speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable associates at 313.982.3100. Email us at Detroit@GatewayClassicCars.com
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