GT500 swapped Fox-body

GT500 swapped Fox-body

Jason Hall has a nice story to tell. His friend had and accident with his 2007 Shelby GT500 so Jason bought what was left and used the parts for his Fox-body Mustang project. What’s very interesting about Hall’s swap is that he used more than the engine and cooling system from the donor, he used almost everything including interior. It took 28 months to complete the built.
The power was not enough so Jason added Kenne Bell supercharger. His Mustang now delivers 748 horses. Nice work, Jason!

 Photos: J.Hall

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