There’s more late-model Mustang than just the nose here; the entire interior and dash is from a ’03 Cobra, as is the Eaton supercharger on 32V 4.6-liter engine with 675 hp. There is something about guys and Mustangs. It seems like grafting parts from new cars into the old sheet metal is some kind of an ongoing trend. As you can see, all these cars have installed headlights and hood shapes, and it seems like they have done an amazing job. However, there is no easy way to do this. Many things could go wrong. Kevin Tetz was aware of that and he was close to letting all go, when he started reshaping the 1966 Ford Mustang Coupe fenders to swallow the `05 lights and transforming the hood into a `08 GT500KR version. When he saw it, it was an obvious late-model Mustang, considering the interior and the Cobra dash, as well as the 32v 4.6 supercharge with a T56 behind it.
Finally, see how much you car could be worth if you were to keep it since day 1!