SEMA 2014: Trick Flow 1966 Ford Mustang KSV9000

mustang-ksv9000-sideI spotted this 1966 Ford Mustang at the Trick Flow booth at SEMA 2014. Nicknamed the KSV9000, it was built by Chris Slee of Kiwi Classics and Customs in Franklin, TN.

Chris is a former New Zealander who has relocated to Tennessee to tinker with building custom cars and projects. The KSV9000 blendsĀ  classic muscle car styling with modern performance.

Under the hood is a massive 557cid engine from John Bouchard Engines. The engine is built up with goodies from Trick Flow and Holley Performance as well as American Powertrain and Summit Racing. A Wilwood disc brake kit provides improved stopping power as well.

The interior looks equally sharp with a manual transmission and Classic Instruments gauges. On the outside, the red and black color combo is eye-catching and stylish.

From tip to tail, this is one sharp Mustang! We hope to see more from these guys in the future.

 

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