Today we have another car to add on our "to be displayed" list for the 2013 edition of SEMA.

After the 1,000-horsepower Genesis Coupe prepared by Bisimoto Engineering and HRE’s 1,200-horsepower surprise, the folks at Ring Brothers revealed the first image of a 1965 Ford Mustang that it nicknamed “Blizzard” and specially developed for the Las Vegas Show.

Few details are known about this special, 1965 Mustang, but according to MustangDaily, it will arrive with a 710-horsepower, NASCAR Sprint Cup V-8 lurking under the hood. The first image also reveals that it is painted white with black and red racing stripes, and features a carbon-fiber hood, roof and front spoiler. The car will also be equipped with special wheels and with large brake calipers painted in red.

We’re sure there is much more that went into building this impressive Mustang, and we will bring you all of the details when Ring Brothers releases it.

Click past the jump to read more about the 1965 Ford Mustang.

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1965 Ford Mustang

1964 - 2006 Ford Mustang History
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In 1965, the Ford Mustang was still in its first generation after being officially unveiled on April 17, 1964. With a MSRP of $2,368, the first-generation Mustang brake many sales records, as more than 1 million Mustangs hit the market within 18 months of its release.

The standard 1965 Mustang was offered with a powered by a 170 cid six cylinder, plus it had a pair of optional, V-8 engines. In the same year, Carroll Shelby and Ford collaborated to produce the Shelby GT350, which was powered by a 289-cubic-inch, V-8 engine that produced 306 horsepower in the street version and around 360 horsepower in special GT-350R race tune.

Source: MustangsDaily

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