Mustangs lead the way when it comes to aspirational vehicles -- whether that's on the street, the strip or the track. These customs are just an example of what you can do when your Mustang has a mind of its own.
We kick this off with a vehicle from Detroit Speed, a leader in custom Mustangs.
Also included is UNKL, Ringbrothers SEMA 2019 debut.
Plus, two absolutely stunning customs from Custom Recreations - a Shelby GT500CR 900S convertible and a Boss 429.
Larry's 1970 Mustang Boss 302 from Detroit Speed
From Detroit Speed comes "Larry’s 1970 Mustang Boss 302. "
"This is a true Boss 302 car that came in as a roller with roughly 38,000 original miles on it. Larry has owned the car since the 70’s and has always wanted a Boss car built the way 'Ford should have done it and would do it today.'
"The engine is a 700+hp 32v Modular Motor from Accufab Racing and the interior was designed to be modern feeling, yet nostalgic as far as looks go."
UNKL is a 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 unveiled by Ringbrothers at the 2019 SEMA show.
Designed and built with racing in mind, the car features numerous motorsports inspired features such as stiffer suspension, a powerful Kaase engine and the track outline of Road America in the headliner.
Classic Recreations Shelby GT500CR 900S Convertible is a stunning example of the kind of custom work offered by the Yukon, Oklahoma company.
Each Shelby GT500CR 900S is truly custom, a unique build with a "770-horsepower supercharged engine, advanced multi-link race car inspired suspension, a luxurious interior and modern, turn-key reliability, are all wrapped neatly in the classic Fastback Mustang body."
“The way Ford should’ve done it?” Duh, since the engine, transmission, tires, and likely many other items used in this project were not in available or even in existence when this car was new, it would’ve been a bit difficult for Ford to build it that way. This build needs a more thoughtful statement for what appears to be a nicely built mustang.