1968 Mustang Fastback Gets a Villainous Revival
Sometimes naming a car can be difficult. Good or bad, the name is the one thing people are always going to remember. So when you name your car “Villain,” it's a car that definitely has to live up to its reputation. Thankfully, this one does. This is the Classic Recreations 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback Villain. The company showed off this wonderful Mustang at this year’s SEMA Show to launch its new CR Supercars division. The Mustang was built in collaboration with Centerforce Clutches and the pair have created a car that just oozes villainy. RELATED: See More Photos of the 1968 Ford Mustang Villain by CR Supercar
The outward appearance is all new, although you wouldn't know it just by looking at it. Classic Recreations used 3D molding technology to re-sculpt the body panels and make them both lighter and aerodynamically useful, but kept with the original lines of the car.
In the engine bay is a brand new 5.0-liter Coyote V8 that was tuned from Ford Racing to pump out 420 horsepower. It's mated to a 6 speed T-56 transmission backed by a Centerforce multi-disc clutch. What makes this Mustang even better is that the company redesigned the suspension and brakes of the car. It doesn't only just go fast in a straight line, but it's able to take to the corners as well as any modern muscle car too.
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Jaguar may have coined the phrase, “It’s Good to be Bad,” but this Mustang takes it to whole other level. Stay tuned, we may have a treat for you all very soon with this car.
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