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Auto Shows Modern Mashup 1965 Ford Mustang Wide-Body Heading To SEMA

15:10  01 november  2019
15:10  01 november  2019 Source:   motorious.com

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A 24-year old fabricator fused together this 1965 and 1999 Mustang GT in a matter of 120 days!In the world of car enthusiasts, interesting car mashups can usually be found while browsing eBay or any of the online classified sites. Some are creative and well-done, while others are just, well, creative.

A 24-year old fabricator fused together this 1965 and 1999 Mustang GT in a matter of 120 days!In the world of car enthusiasts, interesting car mashups can usually be found while browsing eBay or any of the online classified sites. Some are creative and well-done, while others are just, well, creative.

A 24-year old fabricator fused together this 1965 and 1999 Mustang GT in a matter of 120 days!

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In the world of car enthusiasts, interesting car mashups can usually be found while browsing eBay or any of the online classified sites. Some are creative and well-done, while others are just, well, creative. This particular 1965 Ford Mustang falls into the well-done category. The car was built to participate in the Young Guns Battle of the Builders during the SEMA show.

Jacob Griffin of Griffin Design is a a 24-year-old fabricator and builder that builds cars alongside his dad. The father-son team built this crazy '65 Mustang that has been fused with a 1999 Mustang GT, a 1965-ish Mustang if you will.

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This 1968 Ford Mustang GT/CS Is One Sweet Pony A fully restored example with just 30,000 miles on the clock Mosing Motorcars is happy to offer the opportunity to call this beautiful 1968 Ford Mustang GT/CS California Special you own. Just 3,200 of these special edition Mustangs were produced, and this one was given a complete ground-up restoration. In the 51 years this car has been around, less than 32,000 miles have been clocked on the odometer. A 289cui V8 under the hood powers the beast and shifts via a C4 Cruise-O-Matic transmission down to the 2.79 conventional rear axle.

This modern mashup of a 1965 and 1999 Mustang are headed to SEMA . A 24-year old fabricator fused together this 1965 and 1999 Mustang GT in a matter of 120 days! In the world of car enthusiasts, interesting car mashups can usually be found while browsing eBay or any of the online classified sites.

Jeep Wrangler Heading To SEMA With Rad Mopar Upgrades. A 24-year old fabricator fused together this 1965 and 1999 Mustang GT in a matter of 120 days! In the world of car enthusiasts, interesting car mashups can usually be found while browsing eBay or any of the online classified sites.

The heart of the beast is a '99 Mustang GT. To fit over the '99, the '65 body was widened to fit over six inches in the front and eight inches out back. A custom hood was designed to fit over the stock 4.6-liter and shock towers. Even the doors were widened by about four-inches to make sure everything fits seamlessly. Also, glance at the unique side mirrors incorporated into the body of the car. Griffin ditched the catalytic converters and went with a Flowmaster 2.5-inch exhaust with downpipes. While it hasn't been numbered, the output is said to be between 350 to 400-horsepower. While still prepping for SEMA, he believes he can squeeze another 50-horsepower out of it by "detuning" it.

"If you get the side profile view of it rolling, it looks like it is sniffing the ground, and I always say it is sniffing the ground waiting for its next meal," Griffin laughs during an interview with AutotopiaLA. "This car just wants to go out and run."

Ringbrothers drops more hints about its wild SEMA creations

  Ringbrothers drops more hints about its wild SEMA creations A Camaro called Valkyrja, a Mustang named Unkl, and a Caddy known as Madam V Ringbrothers isn't finished teasing its SEMA creations. First we got a sliver of rear quarter on a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro that revealed a bundle of carbon fiber and SEMA-obligatory deep-dish wheels. The Wisconsin tuner's now announced its litter of cars headed to the show and a few specs, along with two shadowy drawings. The Camaro, christened with the name Valkyrja and a two-tone paint job, gets stretched in two directions with severe fender flares to widen the body and an extended wheelbase.

Surprisingly, a lot of them look to be relatively solid body machines. There’s everything on this almost 20 acre lot, muscle cars, sports cars, pony cars, classic SUVs, trucks, buses and delivery trucks. Modern Mashup 1965 Ford Mustang Wide - Body Heading To SEMA .

The LS3 V8 has LS7 aluminium heads fitted with a Performance Roller Rocker setup. Holley ignition takes care of the electronic fuel injection, with an upgraded cam and intake manifold. Modern Mashup 1965 Ford Mustang Wide - Body Heading To SEMA .

a car parked in a parking lot: Modern Mashup 1965 Ford Mustang Wide-Body Heading To SEMA© Motorious Modern Mashup 1965 Ford Mustang Wide-Body Heading To SEMA

This idea of throwing on a Whipple supercharger was thrown around, but a non-carbureted naturally aspirated beast is the perfect fit for an older customer's  retirement car for cruising around the mountains. Even better, this car can be serviced anywhere, just like your run-of-the-mill New Edge GT Mustang.

The suspension is from the stock '99 GT with the exception of springs that gave the rear a 3-inch drop and the front by four inches. According to Griffin, it gives the car that road race feel and has it handling on rails. 18-inch US Mag wheels sit on all four corners and are wrapped with 10-inch rubber up front and 12-inch tires on the back.

Opening the widened doors of a '65 Mustang and peering into a '99 model cockpit is incredibly interesting and creative.

From starting on the project with two running donor cars side by side, to get to this point has taken Griffin only 120 days! He says that there are still some bugs to work out, but it will be done when the car makes its appearance at this year's SEMA show. Even more, Griffin does pretty much everything himself from paint and body work down to the motor. He jokingly admits that the only thing he doesn't like working on is automatic transmissions due to the amount of springs.

The car will make an appearance at this year's SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) starting Tuesday, November 5th and running through Friday, November 9th at the Las Vegas convention center.

Source: AutotopiaLA

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