According to an early-August press release from PRNewswire, new 1965 to 1970 Ford Mustang fastbacks and convertibles will become available in 2025 as a limited-edition series in celebration of the 60th Anniversary of Ford’s iconic pony car.
The restomod Mustangs will be built by Brand New Muscle Car in Tulsa, Oklahoma using new all-metal Ford-licensed body shells. The first new classic Mustang, number BNMC-01, will be built on the MotorTrend TV show Brand New Muscle Car in 2024, and then displayed at SEMA the following fall before being sold at Barrett Jackson Scottsdale in January 2025.
Brand New Muscle Car will only be building 60 examples. Customers have the choice of 1965 to 1970 Mustang model years in fastback or convertible. Drivetrain options range from the 427-cid. Windsor, a 428-cid. FE engine, a 5.0-liter Coyote, the monstrous 7.3-liter Godzilla engine, or a reVolt electric system known for providing power to Teslas. Supercharged or twin-turbo boosts are also available. The choice between a five or six-speed manual transmission or a paddle-shift automatic sends power to the rear wheels.
Depending on pocketbook depth and the level of need for speed, drivetrains will offer 450 to 1,000 horsepower. All models will be equipped with independent front suspension, adjustable coilover shocks, four-wheel disc brakes, electronic fuel injection, and power everything. Buyers will have a list of other options including premium wheels, sound system, upgraded upholstery, and even an option for right-hand drive.