Buried inside one of the many great 2012 SEMA posts on Speedhunters was this highly customised Ford Mustang, a car that some might dismiss at first glance. Actually, calling it a Mustang is probably a bit of a stretch, because this extreme 1-off build is actually based on a rear-engined 2006 Ford GT, with the appearance of a lower and longer ’69 Mach 1. While there isn’t a build thread as such, you can still head to the bottom of the post to see hundreds of photos of the build process on the creator’s own website, Eckert’s Rod & Custom.
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Thanks to Geoff for submitting.
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Who do you go to when your 1-of-38 Ford GTX1 Roadster needs an OEM quality hard-top? Kip Ewing, that’s who. This is the kind of work I’d only expect to see on a TV show like Rides, so you can imagine how flattered I was when Kip emailed me directly to share some of his amazing work. With the build processes utilising carbon fiber, mold & tool making, clay sculpting, 3D scanning + modeling, and other high-end manufacturing techniques, this build blurs the lines between aftermarket and OEM.
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Mike from Eurowise Inc sent me emailed me the build of their shop car, a classic Audi Coupe GT sitting on some timeless BBS rims. Love that cross-stitched interior, it’s giving me ideas for my own car.
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Race cars are solely built in state-of-the-art facilities by a multitude of engineers and fabricators right? Wrong! Some people like to break the rules and build awesome machines in their back yards, just like the following example.
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