Personal projects can get very crazy, very quickly and this Mustang offered for sale here really fits the bill.
This is the Ford Mustang Obsidian SG-One, an outrageous build which costed an eye-watering amount of money to be created. How much I hear you ask? Only…$1.3 million. The SG stands for the initials of the original owner and One means that there is only one out there.
To be fair there isn’t a single surface, nut or bolt left untouched on it but then again, $1.3 million is a lot of money for a Mustang. The bodywork is extensively modified with the highlights to include a pair of headlights from a 2005 Mustang, brake cooling intakes, custom side skirts, wider rear fenders and a rear diffuser among others.
As for the bonnet’s huge intakes, these are there to drive air into the twin(!) intercoolers that sit on top of a pair(!!) of superchargers which in turn feed a 6.4-litre small-block V8. The car is known for making more than 840hp which are then sent to the rear through a manual five-speed gearbox.
The chassis is reinforced with a tubular box frame and a hidden four-point roll cage while the floor is covered by a full aluminum belly pan. The brakes are 14-inch rotors from Brembo with four-piston calipers all around while suspension-wise, the car now wears a full coilover suspension with a three-link rear configuration.
If you are interested, you can try your luck at Barrett Jackson’s Northeast Auction at Mohegan Sun in Connecticut this June, with this beast of a Mustang offered at no reserve.