1967 Ford Mustang Street Machine “Tomahawk” The SEMA Show 2016
When it comes to the SEMA Show every year, builders go above and beyond to put their ...
When it comes to the SEMA Show every year, builders go above and beyond to put their best work into the limelight, using the grand stage to put that elbow grease and creativity in front of but most important people in the business via those who are attending the show and the millions who will see the media collected from the show on their personal devices.
In this clip from the guys over at ScottyDTV, we check out a Ford Mustang otherwise known as “Tomahawk.” When you check this thing out, it probably won’t take you long to pick up on the fact that it doesn’t really resemble the trimmings of a 1967 Mustang in the slightest.
Outside of the body lines, this thing has been completely restomodded from top to bottom, throwing a little bit of modern-day flair in with the classic styling to bring you a machine that is simply unlike any 1967 Mustang that you have ever seen before.
In the clip below, Scotty takes the liberty of giving us a full walkaround of the car and getting us up close and personal with the details that really make this thing pop. What do you think of this old school Mustang powered by 5.0L Coyote muscle? Are you a fan of the restomod look?