This 1965 Mustang convertible underwent a full custom build that
was completed in 2012. Power comes from a modified 2007 GT500
5.4-liter engine with a Kenne Bell Mammoth supercharger backed by
an automatic transmission with overdrive. Equipped with Sean Hyland
front suspension, Control Freak independent rear suspension,
aluminum subframe, 4-wheel Wilwood disc brakes and a fabricated
exhaust with fabricated exhaust tips. Additional customizations
include powder-coated trim and suspension components, narrowed
bumpers with shaved bolts, a custom hood for supercharger clearance
as well as custom machined bezels. The custom interior features
custom kick panels, custom console, Classic Instrument gauges,
custom stereo with touch screen head unit, Vintage Air climate
control, power windows, power locks and a power top with a glass
rear window. It rides on custom wheels by Boze Alloys. It was
featured on an episode of PowerNation TV with host Courtney Hanson
and was also featured on the cover of Hotrod and Restoration
Magazine with builder Blake Meaux from Mo' Muscle Cars of Conroe,
TX. A copy of the magazine comes with the car as well as photo
documentation of the whole build and over $400,000 in receipts.
1965 Ford Mustang
Location:Las Vegas, Nevada
Exterior Color:RED METALLIC
Interior Color:DISTRESSED BROWN
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