What you are about to see is so custom that it may be right to state this is not 1966 Mustang any more. Rosie ’66 Mustang is pure technical art, muscle car sculpture, modern interpretation of old school legacy.
The owner and builder of this custom beast is Rod Nielsen from Canada. He spared no expanse and did no workaround while customizing his 1966 Pony. Not much of the original metal has left. Rosie Mustang stands on 2×3 Art Morison chassis and rides the widened Boyd Coddington Crown Jewels wheels – 19s in front and 20s in the back.
Asphalt is ripped with the help of heavily customized Ford 427 small block with twin T-76 Q-trim T4 turbos which develops outrageous 1000 HP. A race-inspired interior features much of metal work with custom built transmission tunnel [6-speed manual]. Rod managed to embosse an Acer laptop into the dash. Custom glass rear floor allows visual access to the polished independent rear suspension.
This custom Rosie 1966 Mustang is a superb museum quality peace of art.
Photos from motortopia