Company Classic Recreations in Oklahoma (USA) has upgraded the Ford Mustang for over 15 years.
As they say representatives of the company, for modernization of each car to spend about 2,500 man-hours.
Their latest project has received the designation GT500CR.
Company Classic Recreations together with a specialist in working with carbon fiber SpeedKore developed for the Mustang sample 1967 or 1968 body panels this lightweight and durable material.
In addition, native to machine steel body has been fully restored. And only after that work begins on the new body panels that were printed on a 3D printer. In order to ensure a perfect fit new panels under the original body of the car, the latter was carefully scanned, and then created his accurate 3D model.
In addition to restoring the body and chassis and new body panels from carbon fiber, GT500CR also gets a range of updates. There are several engine options, starting with 5.0 liter Coyote, which develops power of 490 horsepower, up to 7.0-liter unit with turbocharging and a capacity of 900 HP
Regardless of what is installed under the hood, the car as standard is equipped with five-speed manual transmission Tremec and exhaust system stainless steel MagnaFlow.
GT500CR has a set of forged wheels with Michelin tires and uses Wilwood brakes for effective stopping. Coilover suspension comes as standard, as well as the oversized cross beam and steering with the amplifier.