/Equus Bass 770 Mustang with Corvette ZR1 Engine

Equus Bass 770 Mustang with Corvette ZR1 Engine

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On the surface this appears to be a restomoding job based on a 60’s Ford Mustang. But there is more to it, a lot more. Built by Equus  Automotive, the Equus Bass 770 Mustang is the baddest, most powerful and fastest classic Mustang ever.

That is, of course, if you can call it a Mustang. The body is heavily modified; it has modern suspension, wheels, and tires; the interior is bespoke; and the engine, well, that comes straight from a Chevrolet Corvette ZR1.

Think of it then as a hybrid of America’s best muscle cars. The looks of the classic Mustang and the firepower of the modern Corvette together result in a hugely appealing prospect. You get 640 bhp and 605 lb-ft of torque which means you can go from 0 to 60 in 3.4 seconds and reach a top speed of, should you dare try it, 200 mph.

Those glorious lines of the fastback body won’t do Equus Bass 770 Mustang much good aerodynamic-wise, but you have magnetic ride control system and carbon-ceramic brakes to keep the car in check at all times.

The lovely interior features leather upholstery, lots of airbags, a kicking audio system, GPS, and even cruise control. Not sure how many of them actually work, but here we are. And as for the price of this magnificent thing, well, set aside between $250K to $300K.

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