From a distance this 1967 Mustang looks like your typical classic restomod until you take a closer look and notice it's nothing short of modern technology at it's finest. This 1967 Mustang dubbed 'Flashback' was the brainchild of George Huisman, owner of Classic Design Concepts
. This Mustang is one of two 67' Mustangs CDC is building for the SEMA show in Las Vegas this year as part of their Boomed! campaign to connect with baby boomers who are looking to rejuvenate the past.
The Flashback Mustang
is painted in a metal flake Pearl Blue and is completely new from the ground up starting with a dynacorn Ford authorized body shell. The front fascia gets a custom CDC redesign with functional brake ducts, fog light package and bright mesh grille. Not to be outdone is the rear fascia with opening for twin dual 2 7/8" exhaust tips highlighting the 2 ½" dual exhaust, functional lower side vents, molded scalloped upper sail panels, taillights with integrated reverse lights and Flashback badging. Other standard equipment on this Flashback Mustang include high capacity cooling system, external oil filter system, stainless steel brake, fuel and coolant lines, a Ford 9" rear end, substantle increased head and leag room, power windows & locks and power driver seat, electronic air condition, custom gauge package to name a few.
Powering the Flashback Mustang will be a 600 horsepower 5.4 liter Supercharged V8 mated to a 6 speed Tremec transmission.
After the jump I have included a bunch of photos and the press release with more information.