During SEMA 2016, California outfit Timeless Kustoms unveiled their new 1965 Ford Mustang custom. Aptly dubbed "Vicious," the 1,000-horsepower rebuild is in turn just that.
First off, the original roof from the Mustang was removed, while the body was notably revised, and then a custom Art Morrison chassis with Ridetech Triple Adjustable coilovers, taken from a Corvette, was implemented.
Under the hood, you will now find a twin-charged Ford Performance 5.1-liter Aluminator engine built by Modular Motorsports. That, powered with twin-turbochargers from Precision Turbo and a Magnuson MP2300 TVS Supercharger, equates to the aforementioned 1,000 horsepower.
Additional details include a high-flow exhaust system, Brembo 15.5-inch carbon ceramic rotors, six-piston front calipers and four-piston rear calipers, and EMCO Gears CG46 sequential six-speed transmission.
Lastly, "Vicious" is highlighted by 19-inch GT3C wheels from Forgeline and large Kumho V720 tires.
For more slick custom rides, take a look at Singer's two new '70s-inspired Porsche 911s.