The eagle-eyed amongst us would instantly realise that this 1,000bhp-at-the-wheel 1967 Ford Mustang is the very same car that was featured in the latest episode of Jay Leno’s Garage. While a 1,000bhp Ford Mustang isn’t really groundbreaking as there are quite a few that boast that many horses or more, like this RINGBROTHER’S 65′ STANG and of course the mental 1,400BHP MACHINE THAT WE ALL KNOW AND LOVE AS “HOONICORN V2”. While these both are quite stunning examples of powerful Mustangs, what’s quite unique about this particular 1965 Ford Mustang created by Jason Pecikonis and his team at Timeless Kustoms is the spot-perfect way everything comes together in one package.
Original Design:- Commonly know as "American Muscle", Ford Mustang was the first Pony Car of American History.
First Generation:- The first Ford Mustang launched in 1964 and was Ford’s most successful launch since the 1928 Ford Model A. Manufacturing began on March 9th, 1964 in Michigan and unveiled to the public at The New York World’s Fair on April 17th, 1964.
Second Generation:- After the oil crises in 1973 Mustang II was the only small car that could compete with Celica and Capri.