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Your chance to purchase a Ford Mustang with the V12 heart of an Aston Martin

Illustration for article titled Your chance to purchase a Ford Mustang with the V12 heart of an Aston Martin

Even though this 2005 Ford Mustang may look like your average custom American muscle car on the outside, it has a secret. Underneath the hood of this Mustang is a technically British heart in the form of a Ford built 6.0L V12 from a 2001 Aston Martin Vanquish.

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This exercise in bastardized brilliance was originally built for SEMA in 2006 and accordingly has all of the oversized wheels and custom interior touches you might expect. It also has a name, Vanquish'd, which by our own admission is a little more clever than most custom car names.

From the 2000kms on the odometer it seems after SEMA and countless magazine features, this car did quite a bit of sitting. With a current asking price of $79,900 we have a feeling there might be some more sitting in this unique Mustang's future, even if it does have one of the more interesting engine swaps we've seen in a while.

Hat tip to Chad Nikon Nikko Gibson!
[Kijiji]

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Illustration for article titled Your chance to purchase a Ford Mustang with the V12 heart of an Aston Martin
Illustration for article titled Your chance to purchase a Ford Mustang with the V12 heart of an Aston Martin
Illustration for article titled Your chance to purchase a Ford Mustang with the V12 heart of an Aston Martin
Illustration for article titled Your chance to purchase a Ford Mustang with the V12 heart of an Aston Martin

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filthFarker
filth Farker

So, they gave it an engine from a manufacturer not really know for its engine technology and put it in a car from a manufacturer not really known for its chassis technology or interiors? Brilliant. Does that mean that somewhere there's an '01 Vanquish with a Ford Racing 390? I'd rather have that.