This 1969 Ford Mustang fastback underwent a thorough transformation into one of the most impressive Pro Touring machines ever made, leaving no feature untouched. The car was designed by Eric Bollman and Murray Pfaff of Pfaff Designs and constructed from scratch by Christiana Muscle Cars. It boasts a supercharged 5.4/500 HP Shelby GT500 crate engine coupled with a Tremec 6-speed transmission.
Almost every body panel has undergone some sort of modification, except for the trunk lid. This Mustang is also packed with a plethora of eye-catching features such as shaved drip rails and door handles, reshaped rocker and quarter panels, snugged bumpers, and smoothed taillights. The Air Ride Tech suspension, fully-custom all-leather interior with Auto Meter gauges and Vintage Air are just some of the other impressive features this car offers.
Source: Mecum Auctions