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New Batch Of Ford Mustang Continuation Cars Announced

These days, Ford Mustang restomods and even continuation cars are essentially everywhere, as fans of the iconic pony car can score brand new builds from companies such as Revology, Ringbrothers, Shelby, and any number of other outfits. Now the appropriately named Brand New Muscle Car is throwing its own hat in the proverbial ring by announcing that it will build a limited-edition series of 60 all-new Ford Mustang continuation cars just in time for the iconic model’s 60th anniversary in 2024.

Brand New Muscle Car Ford Mustang Continuation Rendering - Exterior 003 - Top Down

Brand New Muscle Car will build these “new” Ford Mustang models using real, all-metal, officially licensed body shells. Customers can choose from the 1965 to 1970 model years, either fastback of convertible body styles, and powertrain options spanning the entire spectrum, with everything from the modern Ford 5.0L V8 Coyote and 7.3L V8 Godzilla to an old fashioned Windsor or even an all-electric option.

With outputs ranging from 450 to 1,000 horsepower, buyers can choose to mate those powertrains to manual or modern paddle-shifted automatic transmissions, and suspension modifications are plentiful as well – all BNMC Ford Mustang continuation models have an independent front suspension, adjustable coilovers, and four-wheel disc brakes, along with multiple wheel options. Inside the cabin, there are a host of modern amenities as well, including things like power accessories, air conditioning, and audio systems. Pricing for these new Mustang continuation cars will obviously vary greatly depending on the options one selects, but the new build starts out at $299,995.

Brand New Muscle Car Ford Mustang Continuation Rendering - Exterior 002 - Rear Three Quarters

“BNMC is the original new body shell scratch muscle car builder. We’ve been doing it since day one,” said David W. Miller II, Brand New Muscle Car founder. “And we were restoring, servicing, and repairing Mustangs for decades before that. Our shop has always been Ford heavy. We’ve worked on hundreds of Mustangs over the years. We love all things Ford Mustang. That’s why we want to honor America’s original pony car by building 60 all-new classic Mustang RestoMod continuation cars for the 60th anniversary in 2024. We’ll start with car number one, build it start to finish on our MotorTrend TV show Brand New Muscle Car, then let the public design and order the remaining 59 cars. Every single nut and bolt on these cars is brand new. These are brand new muscle cars. Why not have an all-new classic Mustang that drives like a new car? Classic style with modern performance. Best of both worlds. You design it and we build. It’s an amazing experience.”

We’ll have more cool builds like this to share soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Mustang news and non-stop Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Paul K

    Only the rich can play this game!

  2. Richard

    Its being done for years, nothing new here.

  3. Juan Tello

    Man I wish one day that I can own one of these I’ve always loved the ford mustangs

  4. Daniel Blake

    Everyone knows,, how much of these cars are made by robots now,,so why are these costing so much,back in the 70’s they were worth $2000…… Please make a Ford model A, vintage 1940s in Electric…….. great on gas……. Semper Fi Blake

  5. Gavin P.

    Yes! Such a I joke, even the latest offering you from Ford are starting to get out of touch for and average person, little lone attract new younger buyers. Gone are the days of afford fun cars!

  6. Johnny Ford

    I’ll take a new built ’68 Mustang 2plus2 with the biggest engine option and manual shift. Except, I’m broke.

  7. John Hernandez

    My first car was a 1965 mustang convertible bought it for $100. Dollars in 1973 after I got my driver license in New York

  8. 69warbird

    Absolutely stupid 🙄…… how are you supposed to continue the muscle car legacy when average Joe’s like myself be able to afford such a car…. another game of the have’s and have nots…….

  9. Jason Myers

    Very cool but, I’m already resto modding a ‘64.5 coupe.

  10. Daniel

    What’s next? The reincarnation of the Studebaker? I don’t get why if the Mustang won’t be continued any longer, why are they going through all the motions of manufacturing phony look-a-likes? I’d rather the classic Mustang stays as it is without the counterfeits. It’s a no vote from me.


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