Source:canibeat Body modifications were kept to a minimum to maintain the classic Mustang look. There’s been a total de-chroming of the bumpers done, and almost all the usual trim pieces have been removed or de-chromed too, which all helps bring the look into the new era, but with that still-present feeling of muscle. The dummy rear quarter panel scoops were made functional. A front Shelby copy apron with spoiler was added (like it or hate it, it works – apparently at 200km/h the car is extremely stable). That huge central cut-out under the grill and that new front spoiler is certainly a design feature that can’t be ignored, but to make sure the car can’t be missed, the chameleon color is a yellow on a green base… 1968 Mustang The engine is a 5.0L Windsor with factory GT-40 heads and GT-40 lower inlet manifold. It has custom fabricated ceramic-coated extractors and a custom exhaust system. The fuel system utilizes a VY Commodore fuel pump/fuel gauge sender unit in-tank assembly to supply fuel to a Bosch Motorsports in-line pump. Custom fuel rails are used to supply Ford motorsport injectors and a malpassi regulator. Ignition is a distributor-less waste spark system that is driven by a Motec M800 engine management system using Ford ignition coils.