This 1969 Ford Mustang Fastback stands as a remarkable testament to the fusion of classic-era aesthetics and contemporary engineering. Crafted through a meticulous nut-and-bolt rotisserie build, it demonstrates what’s achievable when vintage machinery is infused with modern advancements.

Under the hood sits Ford’s potent 5.0L/435 HP DOHC Coyote V-8 engine, thanks to a specially designed engine bay originally intended for the massive Boss 429 powerplant. Enhancements include an Aeromotive fuel system, custom side exhaust with Doug’s ceramic-coated and polished headers, and a functional Shaker hood scoop, all contributing to an amplified performance profile.

Power is harnessed by a wide-ratio Tremec 6-speed manual transmission and a robust 4-link located Moser 3.50:1 Positraction differential equipped with 31-spline axles. For exceptional road-handling capabilities, the vehicle features TCI front and rear suspension with Ridetech adjustable coilovers, rack-and-pinion steering, and Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes featuring drilled-and-slotted rotors and powder-coated calipers. These components work in harmony with low-profile tires mounted on chrome U.S. Mag wheels.

The exterior showcases a striking Crimson Red paint finish accentuated by silver striping. Custom spoilers, side skirts, hood-mounted turn-signal indicators, and a backup camera further enhance its appearance. The same color scheme extends to the custom interior, replete with bucket seats and a bespoke center console. Dakota Digital gauges, a Flaming River tilt column, power windows, Vintage Air, and LED lighting throughout add both style and modern convenience. Up-to-date electronics include a custom stereo system with Bluetooth, a navigation/camera screen, and a Rockford Fosgate amplifier and subwoofers.

Source: Mecum Auctions