When it comes to power, look no further than this 1965 Ford Mustang that has a whopping 1,000 horsepower. This track-focused Mustang was brought to the SEMA Auto show by California based tuner Timeless Kustoms.
What gives the vehicle it's power is the Ford racing 350GT motor under the hood that has been tweaked to add Manley rods and pistons. The 5.1-litre engine has a Magnuson MP2300 TVS supercharger and twin 76mm Precision turbos making this quite the powerful machine on the road.
The vehicle rides on top of 19 inch rims with GT3C wheels from Forgeline.
This was a vehicle built in mind of hitting 4 digit horsepower so every part of the vehicle needed to be capable of handling it. That is why a lot of care was taken in making sure that the vehicle had a cooling system that could handle the intense heat generated from the engine. This vehicle all came together right before the SEMA auto show so it didn't get much driving done before the big event in Las Vegas.
This was by no stretch a cheap car as the total price tag for this build came to about 1 million dollars.