Rotisserie Restored Mustang Fastback Restomod 289 V8 5 Speed A/C ///
The beneficiary of a nut-and-bolt, rotisserie restoration that was completed in March of 2017, this substantial Mustang pro-tourer is constructed of all-original sheetmetal, save for a Ford replacement hood. Naturally, the build began with a complete dismantling of the car's solid body. Once that steel had been stripped and massaged, custom PPG base donned varying swaths of gloss and flat clear. And when that prize pigment had been finessed, red outlining stripes added a perfect finishing touch. Hoist the hood and you'll find 289 cubic inches of Windsor V8 that was fully rebuilt during the detailed restoration. A Tremec T5 5-speed utilizes a Centerforce clutch to spin a Traction Lok differential around a 9-inch pumpkin and 3.70 gears. That axle rides traditional leaf springs, which have been augmented with QA-1 shocks and CalTracs traction bars. That clip pushes a Fat Man Fabrications front-half, which wraps QA-1 coil-overs in tubular control arms, a beefy sway bar and a modern crossmember. Fat Man Fabrications supplied the car's power rack-and-pinion steering, which is enhanced with SN97 spindles. Braking is equally class, with four Wilwood calipers squeezing four drilled and slotted rotors. And everything rolls on Charcoal REV 5s, which twist Toyo Extensa HP redlines. Between the doors, a heavily customized interior celebrates the car's status as a true Pony Package Mustang. Front and center, firm TMI buckets stretch pony-branded covers over large bolsters. In front of those seats, a sculpted dash frames Classic Instruments telemetry and Restomod Air conditioning. Below that dash, a custom console frames a billet shifter. And in front of the driver, a color-keyed Budnik steering wheel laps a tilting Ididit column. If you've always dreamed of owning a choice Mustang, but don't want the inherent stress that comes with authenticity, here's the perfect solution! Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com today!