Obsidian Is a 1967 Mustang With Serious Punch Under the Hood

Kitted out to the max.

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This 1967 Ford Mustang has been supercharged and upgraded in every which way: it’s powered by a 392ci V8 engine and twin superchargers that push the whip from 0 to 60 in just four short seconds, packing 850 horsepower under the hood. The car, nicknamed “Obsidian” by its current owner, also features some robust safety measures to counter all that aforementioned power: a NASCAR-style belly pan, a hidden roll cage and Brembo brakes all ensure the driver’s safety when steering this monster.

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