Handcrafted by Matt Couper of Autoworks International, “Obsidian” blurs the line between vintage and modern.
At first glance, it appears to be a modified late model Mustang, but in reality it is a one-off custom 1967 Mustang.
Aptly named after a glassy volcanic rock, Obsidian features not one but two Rotrex superchargers that sucks cold air through custom intercoolers and an induction/extraction hood.
Balancing the 800+ horsepower are Tremec 5-speed, coilover suspension and 4 point roll-cage. Even the engine and transmission were relocated to achieve a 50/50 weight distribution.
Brembo cooled and slotted disc brakes brings everything to a halt in a hurry. Hitting the Barret Jackson Northeast auction later in June. Check it...