The power is sent to the rear axle via a Bowler-prepped Tremec TKX five-speed manual transmission and transferred to the road via an 8.8 differential from a 2018 Mustang. No weight figures were provided, but we’re guessing it’s somewhere in the same region if not less than the original 2,952 pounds. Basically, it’s not going to struggle to outrun a 2024 Mustang GT.
To keep things under control, it comes with Wilwood six-piston brakes and QA1 suspension components from a C6 Corvette setup. It sits on a set of American Racing VF529 wheels wrapped in Toyo Proxes Sport tires.
The body kit is completely custom, but it works beautifully with the original lines. The flared wheel arches, front splitter, and power bulge are sublime, pairing with the original wing like wine and cheese. The exterior is painted in Ford’s Area 51 Blue – a lovely OEM touch.