2013 Ford Mustang Retrobuilt "Boss 302" at SEMA 2012
http://www.youtube.com/user/MustangConnection1 Retrobuilt modifies 2005-2013 Ford Mustangs to have the look and feel of 1969 Ford Mustang and Shelby GT 500 Mustangs. A car for the auto enthusiast with the styling of the classic muscle car of yesteryear paired with the performance, reliability, drivability, and technology of today. Hundreds of hours have been spent to design, develop, and fabricate their stunning vehicles. The cars have authentic metal bumpers, door handles, rear window louvers, and original type mirrors and side marker lights. They even handcraft the stainless steel trim on the front end of every car. There are countless custom features that make the car's a true "Retro built" automobile.
2010 Shelby GT500CS Tribute Series Mustang by Retrobuilt
I thought you'd like a look at this Shelby GT500CS Tribute Series Mustang by Retrobuilt. It's based on a 2010 Ford Mustang GT and has a 4.6 Liter EFI 315 H.P. V8, 5 Speed Manual Transmission, Limited Slip Rear, Traction Control System, Remote Keyless Entry, P. Steering, P. 4 Wheel Disc Brakes w/ ABS, Air Conditioning, P. Windows, P. Locks, P. Mirrors, P. Trunk, P. Drivers Seat, Complete Body to Transform to a Shelby: Shelby Style Hood w/ Retro Hood Pins, Front Clip, & Tail Section. AM/FM/6 in-Dash CD Changer Shaker Sound System w/ Sync, Deluxe Interior w/ P. Leather Bucket Seats, Cruise Control, Tilt Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel w/ Built in Radio Controls, Shelby Badged, Striped, & Retro Fitted Accessories, Front Spoiler, Side Scoops, Sport Slats, Sequential Tail Lights, Original Style Door Handles, 18in Retro Style Shelby Wheels, Custom Built Center Exhaust, Professionally Built By Retrobuilt, Attention to Total Detail, One Owner Car (The Company Who Built the Car), Shelby Dash Plaque, Only 2,xxx Miles! Clean Auto Check, Owners Manuals, Licensed Through Shelby & Ford. Still Under Factory Warranty, Classic Shelby GT500 Styling on Modern Muscle!! Thanks for watching and commenting, I appreciate it! Filmed at Fast Lane Classic Cars in St. Charles, Missouri Background track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod. Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. Download link:http://music.incompetech.com/royaltyfree2/Whiskey%20on%20the%20Mississ ippi.mp3 MacLeod's description: Genre: Blues Length: 3:15 Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP Tempo: 90 With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to electric piano. 011 ISRC: US-UAN-11-00709 Bouncy, Grooving 2010 2010 Ford Mustang GT 1969 Shelby GT500CS Tribute Series Retrobuilt custom car vintage classic collector vehicle hot rod rat rod lead sled restored Cobra horsepower high performance muscle car collectible auto automobile Fast Lane Classic Cars RamblinAround Rambling vlog hd partner
Shelby cross over 1969 with a 2011 Mustang Retro built at Sema Show 2010
https://www.facebook.com/MooncricketFilms http://www.mooncricketfilms.com/ It was amazing seeing how Retrobuilt.com was able to take a new Mustang and make into an old Mustang. Tom McNaughton tells us in the video about his company.
The Texas Tenors/Retrobuilt 1967 Shelby Mustang Project
Top 10 Billboard artist The Texas Tenors, known from the 2009 season of America’s Got Talent and their PBS Special ‘You Should Dream’ currently airing across the nation, often take a modern approach to singing the Classics. Now, they are taking the same approach to the automotive industry rebuilding the king of American muscle cars, the 1967 Shelby Mustang. In 2015, JC Fisher of The Texas Tenors, will do the unthinkable and transform his 2011 Mustang into a 1967 Shelby. The finished product will be featured on the world's largest automotive stage in Las Vegas, Nevada at the 2015 SEMA Show in November. Taking on the transformation challenge is Retrobuilt, a private company in Nixa, Missouri whose line up also includes the Retrobuilt 1969 Shelby GT500CS and the Retrobuilt 1969 BOSS 302. The idea of taking a new Mustang and ‘Retrobuilding’ it to resemble the vintage classic was so impressive, even Carroll Shelby took notice several years ago. Granting the only license and permission to Retrobuilt, this will be the first 1967 authorized by Carroll Shelby for production and insertion into the Shelby World Registry. JC has been a long time car lover and enthusiast owning multiple classics over the years and has several cars in his current collection. Two of his favorites are his 1966 C10 Chevy Pro-Street Pickup truck, which he purchased when he was 15 years old and still owns to this day, and another 1967 also being restored by Retrobuilt….. a 1967 Pontiac Firebird drag car that he enjoys taking to the race track with his two young sons. “I grew up as a muscle car lover and being part of this project is an honor and un-precedented opportunity. We sing on stages all over the world about living your dreams. I’ve always had a passion for cars and the 1967 Shelby Mustang is my absolute favorite. Owning one that will make automotive history is a dream come true…. thank you Retrobuilt!” says JC Fisher of The Texas Tenors. Retrobuilt Owner Clinton White finds it’s the perfect combination of new school and old school, "This gives us all the beauty of the classic without the headaches of owning an older car." Transforming the 2011 Mustang begins with stripping the car exterior and interior down to the metal chassis leaving the engine and engine compartment (and car warranty with Ford Automotive) intact. Build of the new exterior begins using original ’67 fenders, Sport Slats and bumpers. The next part of the process demonstrates the true skill and artistry of the Retrobuilt team as they bring the classic to life. Modern Mustang chassis’ are four inches wider than the original 1967 chassis requiring complete customization of the body molds. The hood, front fenders, doors, quarters and rear deck lid are all made of fiberglass, leaving the roof as the only original piece on the cars exterior. The front bumper is extended two inches on each side and the mounting hardware for the Sport Slats is modified to fit the custom body. Just a few highlights of what this process entails. On the inside, a custom deluxe leather interior with vertical inserts will cover the power bucket seats and options for any upholstery combination Fisher dreams possible are included. Foot well lighting along with Shelby panels and insignias will be added. A Bose 3000 watt stereo system with custom speakers will be installed to mold out the interior and trunk area for a unique finished look. Not to mention, the new classic will also keep all the modern conveniences of A/C, navigation system and every powered accessory you can think of. The final piece of the puzzle happens under the hood. Starting with the stock 5.0-liter Coyote engine running 425HP from the factory, power and performance will be Boosted with the help of a Superchip, a Procharger Supercharger, Magnaflow Exhaust and custom headers by Stainless. The results speak for themselves increasing power to an impressive 750HP and more than 550 lbs. of torque to the rear wheels. The Texas Tenors have been documenting the entire process from purchase of the 2011 donor car earlier this year through presentation of the 1967 Shelby on the SEMA stage November 3-6. Adding to the excitement, the car was just admitted into the 2015 SEMA Ignited Battle of the Builders competition following the SEMA show. JC adds, “The 2015 SEMA Builders show gives the public a rare opportunity to view hundreds of customized vehicles featuring the industry’s most innovative products. We are looking forward with great anticipation and excitement to revealing of this one of kind classic!” For more information about The Texas Tenors, visit their website at - www.thetexastenors.com or email email@example.com. Also visit them on Facebook and Twitter.