N. A usually black or banded, hard volcanic glass that displays shiny, curved surfaces when fractured and is formed by the rapid cooling of lava.
Being one highly-strung machine, capable of releasing a 900-strong stampede of wild mustangs, “Obsidian Sg-One” has only covered 500 miles since it’s creation. Just check out that bulging hood, a custom made and duel purpose intake for cooling its superchargers and twin intercoolers. Its muscles come from custom-made side skirts and flared front and rear fenders. “Obsidian One’s” heart consists of a fuel-injected 392 Cubic Inch V-8, with twin Rotex superchargers. Adding to its menacing looks, California Mustang smoke-tinted glass has been fitted, and finishing touches such as its L.E.D. sequential tail lights, a functional rear diffuser, and its gorgeous Front Couper GT wheels make this a one-off classic any collector would kill to have in their garage.
Engine: Obsidian 6.4L (392 Cubic inch) V-8, twin Rotex
Supercharged/Intercooled with programmable fuel injection
Horsepower: 900HP (with 1,000HP+ obtainable with tuning)
Torque: 750 lbs. ft.
0-60MPH: 4 Seconds
Transmission: 6-Speed Manual
Weight: Approx 1,364 KGs (3,000 lbs)
Wheels: 18? x 8.5? Front & 20? x 10? Rear CoupeR wheels /BF Goodrich KDW tyres
2 thoughts on “1967 Ford Mustang Obsidian SG-One”
omg. I want! sor4y NEED that car. Epic.
I know what you mean. Evil looking ride.