According to Jason Pecikonis of Timeless Kustoms, it took 10,000 hours to build this 1965 Mustang called ‘Vicious’. That’s a lot of time spent on one car. But, the results in a pretty outlandish pony car that’s capable of 1,000 hp.
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In the latest edition of Jay Leno’s Garage, Leno invited the Vicious Mustang to his house for a rundown. The engine block started out as a GT350R block, which was then heavily modified and even had its flat-plane crankshaft removed. But it’s not just the engine that was changed in this Mustang. Pecikonis notes that the electronics were all changed to MoTeC products, and as far as the exterior and interior goes, one look at the car will tell you that they definitely modified the look of the car. While some will say it’s a blasphemous car, everybody is allowed to modify their car the way they want to– as long as its legal.
Check the car out for yourself in the video below and let me know what you think about the Vicious Mustang in the comments below.
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