What would a 1978 Ford Mustang look like today? The answer to this question was delivered by the specialist at A-Team Racing, who managed to create this currently reviewed project. The car was dubbed as Evolution II and is driven by a Triton V-10 engine coupled with a Z06 6-speed transaxle.
In fact, the Triton is all custom, because the tuners did all by themselves their own manifold intake. In addition, the unit also include custom-made valve covers, which can be seen on the top of the powertrain. They surely give it some retro design and refer to the good-old-days.
Other equipment features included in this project are the Magnaflow with headers down to the exhaust tips, unique Race Mesh grille, Dakota Digital gauges, brand new billet window cranks and door handles. The front wheels were moved with 12-inches forward in order to accommodate the larger engine.
At the rear we see a flatter image due to the used Mustang GT fenders, which also deliver additional width to cover the Toyo tires. In contrast to the black ten-spoke wheels comes the exclusive Ford exterior paint, called Kona Blue. Also to mention here are the 6 piston front and 4 piston rear brakes. At last, the tail lights were taken from 1976 Toyota Clica GT to add some extra individuality.
Source: A-Team Racing