Designer, Bo Zolland of Vizualtech developed a Classic Mustang Fastback for Ziggy’s Hotrods Australia. The car features a ROUSH 427 IR stack injected windsor engine based on dart block and heads that develops a total of 560 hp. The engine is paired with a tremec magnum 6 speed transmission.

The Mustang Fastback also gets a full Alston total control suspension with double wishbone A arm front, triangulated 4 bar rear with fabricated Alston Fab 9 housing, Strange trutrac center and axles, Baer mono block 6 spot calipers front and rear, custom one-off Budnik wheels 20" x 8.5" and 20" X 10" and extensive body modifications.


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  (325) posted on 09.7.2010

It doesn’t look like a classic in the picture, darn! I suddenly remember of Ford GT a one hot super car.

  (461) posted on 03.28.2010

This is the origin of muscle car. I must admit that it was a custom muscle car fans, specially when Foose was behind of a custom muscle car.

  (780) posted on 03.26.2010

Cool. Looking at the 2011 or 2010 Mustang models, I still am in love with the classic Mustangs and still obsessed in getting my hands on one of them and parking them in my garage. It will be great to have one even if it is not fixed or restored, it is going to be a joy to restore one even though I know how difficult it could get.

  (939) posted on 03.26.2010

Good lining and body kit. The car features is awesome, but the design like the sheets need to be changed from time to time.

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