This 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback was brought to Ringbrothers, a shop specializing in custom billet aluminum and carbon fiber replacement parts for older vehicles. There, it was stripped down completely to the frame, and was sandblasted to get rid of any rust or imperfections.
The engine is a fully built-up Roush 427ci V8, with a Dart Iron Eagle block topped by aluminum cylinder heads. It also has 8 independent throttle bodies feeding a custom electronic fuel injection system, with all the noise going down through a custom, ceramic-coated Magnaflow exhaust.
It’s also, as far as anyone can tell, the most expensive Mustang sold on BringATrailer, at $265,000 US.