We finally managed to find a video of the 1929 Ford Model A with the 250 HP rally-bred 2.0-liter Cosworth engine that we first told you about a couple of days ago (click here). And boy does this fully restored classic sound angry! Created by the Mäkelä Auto-Tuning company (MAT) that’s based in Finland, this one-of-a-kind retro sleeper can go from naught to 62 mph (100 km/h) in a mere 5,0 sec while it can reach -if you dare that is, a top speed of 124 mph or 200 km/h. -Follow the jump for the video
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