A classic Mustang with a Ferrari engine was brought to SEMANovember 2, 2018
Restomod built auto repair shop American Legend
Car workshop American Legends, specializing in the construction of hot rods, brought a modified Ford Mustang of 1968 to the SEMA show. Musclecar called Corruptt and supplemented by two turbochargers “eight” from Ferrari F430.
The 4.3-liter aspirated V8, which at the 430th produced 490 horsepower and 465 Nm of torque, tuners retrofitted with a set of turbines from Nelson Racing Engines and a custom intake manifold from Ferrari California. The total recoil of the engine after the modification was about 700 horsepower. Clamps, tubes and thermal tape are taken from the Vibrant Performance and Heatshield Products catalog.
Mustang also received shortened racks with a lowered roof, Ride Tech Shockwave air suspension, six-speed Tremec T56 transmission with sequential lever, side exhaust, exterior and interior parts printed on a 3D printer.
One of the most interesting SEMA novelties this year was the Dodge Super Charger restomod with a 1000-horsepower Hellephant engine. Musclecar built the Mopar division of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA). The car was equipped with wheels from the Challenger SRT Hellcat, Brembo brakes and exhaust pipes from Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio.