1965 Ford Mustang Blizzard by Ring Brothers

So far, we gave you some hints regarding the 2013 edition of SEMA. There is the 1, 000-horsepower Genesis Coupe tuned by Bisimoto Engineering and 1,200-horsepower surprise by HRE. But that`s not all folks! Ring Brothers teased the audience with the first image of a 1965 Ford Mustang that they got it nicknamed “Blizzard”. This vehicle is specially built for the Las Vegas festivity.

1965 Ford Mustang Blizzard

Mustang Daily presumed this vehicle to be 710-horsepower and to have a NASCAR Sprint Cup V-8 under the hood. The image shows white finish with red and black racing stripes. Its hood is made of carbon-fiber, as well as its roof and front spoiler. The car`s special wheels and large brake calipers are painted in red.

We are eager to get to know the rest of the details.

The `65 Ford Mustang officially premiered on April 17, 1964. It was initially priced at $2,368. This standard 1965 Mustang had a 170 cid six cylinder. Under its hood, there was a V-8 engine.


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