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1969 Mustang Boss 302 "Yellow Angel" Gets Digital Widebody Twin-Turbo Makeover

Turbocharged Mustangs aren't that common, but we did come across one amazing pony that had a twin-turbo setup, widebody kit and a wing straight out of a 240Z build. Yet as amazing as that was, it's still not as wild as this rendering.
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The rules of the real world don't apply when you're making a rendering, so people can go as wild as they like. We've shared most of the 3D works of art made by the Czech designer , but we forgot about what's possibly his most famous project, a monster 1969 Mustang.

His creation takes many forms, but most of them are supported by the 1969 Boss 302, and we think we know why. The '69 and '70 models are probably the best if you want a really muscular Ford muscle car.

Rostislav's version has a metal chin spoiler instead of a black plastic one, followed by an added carbon fiber air splitter. Then you notice the widebody kit adding girth to an already chunky design.

The kit just looks like it took the shape of the stock body and just blew it out. The same effect happens over the rear fenders. Meanwhile, the rear features triple exhaust integrated into the chrome bumper, a spoiler, and louvers for the fastback window.

Look closely through the photo gallery and you might notice a slightly older version of the same Mustang generation that also got the widebody treatment.

In any case, the stand-out feature of this yellow Boss 302 has to be the engine. Classic cars are all about simple engines and carburetors, which most mechanics sadly don't want to work with anymore. But this vision features twin turbochargers instead. You're never going to run out of boost with these things, but with the V8 being quite tall, doesn't it look like the turbos are feeding into a supercharger pulley?

A post shared by (@印象彩票app下载rostislav_prokop) on Feb 17, 印象彩票app下载 at 10:08am PST

 
 
 
 
 

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