Builders of custom hot rods are able to create cars that although at first glance look like they are classic models, but in fact they are only the result of their imagination. Such is the case of one sharp Mustang.
There are thousands of preparations for the Mustang in America… but few with the level of details and finish that they await for you to jump after in video form. This was accomplished by the company Bodie Stroud which used a 1969 Ford Mustang. The bodywork of the car has been widened and the ride height lowered, and it is mounted on a separate chassis custom made (remember, the original Mustang’s unibody).
Bodie Stroud is one of the popular designers and builders of classic American cars. His firm has snapped a number of completely renovated and rebuilt machines from the thirties, fifties, sixties and seventies. He is currently working on the 1968 Camaro for Tim Allen, in which we are very familiar with all the enthusiasm. Before starting to work on the Camaro for television and film star, however, at Bodie Stroud Industries was completed a machine named The Real Thing. The basis of it is the bright red convertible 1969 Mustang Fastback, on which was reprinted a number of changes to the body including the reduction of the roof.
In this video you will see how the garage owner Bodie Stroud decided to use a 1969 Ford Mustang, renovate it and make…truly a powerhouse of it! Enjoy watching this documentary of the phenomenal car:
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