A-Team Racing Transforms 1978 Ford Mustang II [VIDEO]
The presented 1978 Ford Mustang II was transformed in unique way by the tuning specialists at A-Team Racing. The car has some powerful looks, isn't it? It is dressed in Ford's Kona Blue exterior paint finish, but what makes this project one-of-a-kind is its Triton V-10 engine.
Dubbed as Evolution II, this Mustang is driven by an all-custom-made Triton V-10 powertrain, which features custom manifold, intake and custom-made valve covers on the top of the powertrain. The unit is mated to a Z06 6-speed transaxle.
Obviously, the work on the vehicle did not stop here. The tuners included equipment features such as 3" Magnaflow exhaust, unique Race Mesh grille, Dakota Digital gauges, brand new billet window cranks and door handles.
In general, the car has widened proportions. For instance, in order to accommodate the larger engine, the front wheels were moved with 12-inches forward, while at the rear A-Team Racing used Mustang GT fenders cover the large Toyo tires.
In contrast to the striking blue exterior paint stand the ten-spoke wheels in black, which were also fitted with 6 piston front and 4 piston rear brakes. What rounds out this project are the tail lights that were taken from 1976 Toyota Clica GT.
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Source: A-Team Racing