At $229k, this Wild Coyote V8 1967 Mustang GT is Something to Look For!

At $229k, this Wild Coyote V8 1967 Mustang GT is Something to Look For!

One of Ford’s main hardware pieces is the 5.0-liter Coyote V8 (302ci), which was built as a competitor to General Motors’ 6.2-liter Camaro and the Chrysler’s 6.4-liter HEMI that was installed on the Charger and Challenger.

The Coyote V8 was built with the Mustang GT in mind, and it ended up being used in a series of custom cars as well, as it was the engine of choice for many projects whose goal was to get the power boost with smaller displacement.

And the 1967 Mustang Fastback we have here is the living proof in this regard, with the Coyote V8 engine this time paired with the upcoming Ford 10R80 10-speed automatic transmission from the 2018 Mustang GT.

The engine features an electronic fuel injection system and comes along with other custom upgrades inside and out, including new air conditioning, electric power disc brakes, power rack and gear steering.

The interior upgrade is also massive, and the first things you’ll likely see are the custom front bucket seats and wooden steering wheel. An old-fashioned aftermarket head unit is also offered that comes with new generation technology such as USB support, as well as an aftermarket audio system that is supposed to provide the driver and passengers with a more immersive audio experience.

Without a doubt, this is one of the most impressive restomods you can find in a Ford Mustang these days, but on the other hand, it’s not something everyone can own. And all because of the price of the car, which makes it one of the most expensive restored Mustangs.

Vanguard Motor Sales listed the car earlier for $229,000.

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