The tuning company Revan Racing Inc. claimed to have laid down the fastest standing mile time for a Ford Mustang ever.
Check out this video in the end of 2012 when the modification for the 2007 Ford Mustang GT500 Super Snake by the tuning studio Revan Racing, set a fantastic record as the fastest Mustang in the world, reaching a top speed of 220.8 mph. The lucky man Van Collier who drove this beautiful Mustang achieved this record at the Texas Mile, while the pony is a property of the owner of Revan Racing -- JW Blake.
This particular Mustang is powered by a 5.8 liter L&M long aluminum block engine, with a L&M/Diamond pistons, Darvon sleeves, an FRPP CJ crank, Manley rods and a Kenne Bell supercharger.
What’s even more interesting is the fact that the owner of the car never even dreamed of it becoming the fastest Mustang this world has ever seen.
The video was produced by Gear Head Flicks, check it out. See this amazing achievement on the video below: