Ford Mustang, a 731hp AMG “heart” for this ’69 model

True pony car enthusiasts might turn up their noses at this extreme tuning made on a classic 1969 Ford Mustang. It is a “heart transplant” in which the car has been replaced with the engine, an aftermarket Nissan RB26, with Mercedes’ exaggerated 5.5-liter twin-turbo V8 fitted to the E63 AMG class.

The questionable but certainly original idea of ​​installing the engine of a German vitaminized sedan on a Mustang came to the boys of Anarchy Garage who have decided to present it to the public on the Officially Glassed YouTube channel. It would be hard to believe after such a tuning, but in reality the car had a model past. In fact, it was kept for almost 25 years before being completely turned upside down.

“German” horses in abundance

Even if it will not be appreciated by purists, it certainly cannot be said that the new AMG engine has not given this classic a nice burst of power.

After being fine-tuned by MSL Performance specialists, the engine delivers 731hp of power and an incredible 1200Nm “truck-like” torque, much more than the standard version fitted to the Mercedes E 63 Class.

Aesthetics and interiors “by Mercedes”

The guys from Anarchy Garage didn’t stop there, but they also wanted to exaggerate from an aesthetic point of view. The Mustang received the bumper of the AMG E 63, along with the brake calipers and the badge on the grille of the Mercedes high-performance division.

And if you like elaborate Mustangs, we invite you to review the aesthetic body kit made by the English preparers of Motion R Design on the Mach E electric version, which arrived on the Italian market a few months ago.


Source: Motor1.com Italia – News by it.motor1.com.

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