Hillbank Motorsports, an aftermarket and performance shop in Irvine California, offers performance and style parts for Mustangs, Camaros, and trucks – alongside an extensive inventory of rare and custom built performance cars. Among their current inventory resides a slew of Superformance GT40s and Cobra replicas, some Mustangs, Corvette Grand Sports, a Motorcycle, and this true Hillbank built 2015 Ford Mustang masterpiece - a nationally seen and competition winning 2015 Ford Mustang.
The exterior features a unique blue and American flag color wrap with carbon hood, upper and lower grilles, rockers, splitter, and diffuser. Masterfully done, this unique build rides on TSW Rotory Forged Turbina wheels, wrapped in Toyor R88 and R888 tires. Ensuring traction and superior ride quality and cornering capabilities, the suspension features a Torsen 3.73 differential, KW V3 coil overs, and Whiteline sway bars.
The interior matches the car perfectly with its race-oriented style, carbon dash, and 5 point Cipher seats. Taking the place of the rear seating is a padded and leather wrapped roll cage, further reinforcing this builds intentions as a full race car.
However, if your intentions don’t match, the original seats are available with the car. The interior also includes a Tesla-style head unit with ODB can bus integration, bluetooth, and navigation.
Perhaps the most exciting part of the car though is kept under the hood. Powered by a TVS 2300 supercharged RPG built engine, the Mustang has a full 720-horsepower at its disposal. Backed by a T56 Magnum XL six-speed manual transmission, the engine features Manley rods and pistons, L&M intake cams, a 7 axis valve job, and is balanced for high RPMs.
Even though this car appears to have been built for the track, it does pass emissions in a state with some of the strictest emission laws. The opportunity to own such a rare car with so much put into it only comes around every once in a while and with an asking price of $37,499 this could be the chance of a lifetime. Get a closer look at the Mustang here.
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