Coyote Swapped 1967 Mustang Fastback Comes to Life

Over the years, pretty much every segment of vehicle has found a way to evolve. In ...

Over the years, pretty much every segment of vehicle has found a way to evolve. In the sports car or pony car market, vehicles like the Ford Mustang have come so far that they don’t really even resemble the former version of themselves. the cars of today look absolutely nothing like the cars of 40 or 50 years ago aside from maybe a couple of design cues as automakers would probably like to pay homage to the original just a little bit. Because of this, we see folks dividing themselves into fans of new muscle cars or fans of old muscle cars. It can be a debate that ends up getting pretty heated sometimes.

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On the other hand, for this individual, he decided that he wanted the best of both worlds. There’s absolutely no denying that new engine technology is certainly a lot more efficient than the old-school stuff. While there is certainly a cool factor that goes along with an old-school V8, all of the different systems working behind the new school technology makes it not only more powerful but also more reliable and better across pretty much every axis. In turn, it also makes for a pretty cool juxtaposition to see this new technology under the hood of an old-school favorite.

By following along with the video below, we get to see the ins and outs of the 1967 Ford Mustang fastback. This car is probably one of the most popular Mustangs to ever exist in terms of fan favorites. The fun twist thrown into this mix is that the old school car has been paired with a 5.0 L Coyote engine from a modern Mustang. It’s quite interesting to go over all of the details of the car, seeing how these two different generations of Ford were merged together in one.

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