The good folks over at Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords magazine have been around for 25 years, and to celebrate the anniversary they’ve built this Mustang nicknamed ‘Hypersilver’ that made its debut at SEMA. Based off a 1988 Mustang GT, Hypersilver is one of the cleanest Fox Body Mustangs we’ve ever seen. Editor-in-Chief Evan Smith tells us he tried to put together the best of what the aftermarket had to offer without going too over the top, and we think he did an exemplary job. Well over fifty aftermarket manufacturers and retailers contributed to the project.
The highlight of Hypersilver is undoubtedly under the hood, where a John Kaase P-38 crate engine resides. Based off a Ford Racing Boss 351 block, the 427ci engine, the V8 boasts fully forged internals and a beautiful cross-ram intake. It not only looks fantastic, but produces north of 600 horsepower as well.
The exterior comes courtesy of Cervinis, who provides the front bumper, cowl-induction hood, Cobra side skirts and rear bumper and Saleen-style rear wing. We particular like the Weld Racing 5-spoke S71 wheels.
The interior is just as impressive with a full roll cage, TMI Products seats, Dakota Digital gauges, a Kicker audio system and more.
You can get a closer look at Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords’ Project Hypersilver in the photo gallery below.
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