It took six years for Detroit-bassed Equus Automotive to create their Equus Bass 770 restomod Mustang. It boasts 640 ponies thanks to a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 that’s dervied from the departed Corvette ZR1. The modern muscle car takes inspiration from not only the Ford Mustang fastback, but also the Dodge Challenger, which translates to nothing but eye-candy for any automotive enthusiast.
Thanks to its 640 hp, it’s said to reach 0-60 mph in 3.4 seconds and has a top speed of 200 mph. It features an aluminum a, while it’s body is made out of aluminum that’s lined with carbon fiber. The 3,640-pound muscle car also features lots of modern comforts like a leather interior with the ceiling in Alcantara, air-conditioning, GPS, radio with CD and DVD capability, USB port, tire pressure monitoring system and cruise control, as well as safety features like airbags. To get your very own Bass 770, get ready to fork over $253,000!
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