Tuners created a unique Ford Mustang GT Tickford Trans-AmSeptember 4, 2019
Specialists at the Tickford studio presented a modified sports car in the style of a rare oil car.
By order of the Canadian racer Allan Moffat, a four-time Australian championship winner, the tuners finalized the 2018 Ford Mustang GT, giving it the image of the legendary Ford Mustang BOSS 302 Trans-Am 1969. Today, AutoTimesNews reported that the studio plans to release a series of such cars.
The limited edition will be let in only 100 copies, but their cost has not yet been announced. Buyers will be offered 2 model modifications: with a manual or automatic transmission Performance and Performance Plus. The car body will be painted red.
From the standard version of the Mustang GT, the new Mustang GT Tickford Trans-Am features an increased rear wing, a revised grille with round DRLs, and a black classic nameplate. In addition, the model will receive black cases of side mirrors and some details of gold color.
Under the hood of the custom model, there is an eight-cylinder engine, the output of which is 543 hp. power and 620 Nm of torque. For the Performance Plus version, the output of the power plant was increased to 710 hp. thanks to the installation of a powerful compressor from Roush.
In the Performance modification, the sports car received Bendix brake discs, as well as ceramic pads and suspension from H&R or Eibach. The Plus version has added Wilwood 6-piston brakes at the front and 4-piston rear. In addition, Performance Plus is a free pass for demonstration races and competitions with the participation of 79-year-old Allan Moffat.
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