It looks as though Porsche isn’t the only fan of the Martini Livery; the folks over at Pure Vision have also picked up on the trend and are preparing a 1966 Martini T-5R Mustang for the 2012 SEMA Show. The car was developed with the help of various tuners, including ARP, Detroit Speed, JRi Shocks, C&R Racing, Wilwood Disc Brakes, and many more (full list after the jump). Of course, it couldn’t have been done without the permission from Karl, the owner of this beautiful piece of work.

The T-5R Martini Mustang is powered by a Ford Indy 4-cam engine mated to a CR Racing NASCAR prepped 4-speed transmission. While developing the car, Pure Vision focused on keeping the total weight as low as possible - they are hoping to get it under 2500lbs by the time it hits SEMA. To achieve this, the tuner added an aluminum hold, fiberglass body panels, and plexiglass windows. The interior has also been specially designed for rally racing with only minimum equipment installed.

Other updates include a new set of Evod wheels wrapped in Kumho rubber, Willwood brakes, a Shelby roll bar, and a Detroit Speed suspension.

Hit the jump for the full list if tuners who worked on the Ford Martini T-5R Mustang by Pure Vision.


  • ARP
  • Detroit Speed
  • JRi Shocks
  • C&R Racing
  • Wilwood Disc Brakes
  • Holley Performance Products
  • Auto Meter Products, Inc.
  • Dynacorn International Inc.
  • Ed Pink Racing Engines
  • Fuel Safe
  • Flaming River Industries
  • Quartermaster
  • Aviaid
  • EVOD Industries
  • Redline Gauge Works
  • Hyperco, Spin Tech
  • Maier Racing
  • Eric Thorsen Custom Upholstery
  • Mick’s Paint
  • Benchmark Transportation
  • Aron Cranford
  • Most of all Karl (the car owner)!
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