A strong modern heart beats in a vintage Mustang from 1964. There’s a little something elemental about her, but she’s still charming.
In so-called restomod conversions, a classic car is turned upside down with new features. These modifications often involved the question of how much the modernized classic car could deviate from the original. US parts dealer Ringbrothers has found a simple answer for itself in the case of an early example of the Ford Mustang cabriolet: everything, really.
Original Attraction, Parts of a 3D Printer
Although it is an almost completely rebuilt vehicle, the Restmod still exudes the special charm of the first Mustang generation. Although the exterior dimensions have increased slightly, the car also adds to the looks. Instead of searching for add-on parts such as bumpers as long used original parts, these were freshly produced in a 3D printer and coated with silver-grey Cerakote Titanium. A nice contrast to the burgundy red of the exterior paintwork.
Under the long front hood the current Mustang beats off the shelf in combination with a modern five-liter V8 ten-speed automatic. Key data on performance is not mentioned, it is at least 450 hp in case of standard Mustang.
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