Owner of this very cool 1967 Ford Mustang restomod is a classic car nut called Chance who is the cameraman of the “Everyday Driver” show and a former employee of a company that builds Shelby Cobra replicas. Chance’s pony has started life as a 289 powered coupe with C4 3-speed automatic tranny, but had a 302 motor in it when his Dad acquires the muscle car back in 2001.
Chance has looked at numerous videos of classic Mustang builds on the web until he comes across the Bill Maier driven 1968 Ford Mustang Trans Am racer. He falls in love with it and decides that he wants to build a Trans Am inspired Mustang restomod. Currently the coupe doesn’t impress with its appearance, but performs well for a 50+ year old muscle car and it’s an ongoing project.
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