Classic Recreations Villain Mustang Is One Beautiful Pony

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The gang over at Classic Recreations will build you a very cool Ford Mustang that they call the Villain Mustang. The Villain Mustang is a very high-end build that will cost you high-end money to order. Prices start at $169,000. Villain begins with an original 1967 or 1968 Mustang fastback, and it is completely restored and customized to the buyer’s desires.

Any color can be sprayed on the car, but standard colors are Silver/Vengeance Black or Bad Guy Orange/Vengeance Black. The standard powertrain under the hood is a 427 cubic-inch crate engine that makes 545 horsepower fitted with Holley Sniper Fuel Injection. The car uses a Tremec manual transmission and has a 9-inch Fab 9 rear with positraction and 3:70 gears. The engine also uses a Concept One pulley system.

A no-charge option for the car is a 5.0-lite Coyote V8 engine or an automatic 4R70E transmission. Coyote buyers can opt for a supercharger to get 770 horsepower for another $10,500. Classic Recreations fits the cars with rack and pinion steering conversion and a Flaming River tilt column.

The interior is completely redone with custom Villain gauges, scat rally series seats, aluminum steering wheels, and more. Leather is a $1,200 option, and the car can be made in RHD for another $12,500. Brakes are Wilwood 6-piston all around, and emphasis is put on keeping the car cool. The suspension uses coil-overs at all four corners with double adjustable shocks as a $1,500 option. A custom stereo is included, and the car rolls on custom CR Villain wheels with 245/35/18 tires front and 315/30/18 rear tires.

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Source: Classic Recreations

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Written by Shane McGlaun

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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