Timeless Kustoms is building an insane Fastback for the SEMA Show
By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Timeless Kustoms
Each year the entire automotive aftermarket convenes in Las Vegas, Nevada, for The SEMA Show. As you know, this show not only brings out all the latest products to mod your vehicle, but it is the reason for the creation of a swarm of project vehicles. These rides are meant as eye candy to draw attention to the companies that have them on display.
Because of their mission, many of these cars are built with as much flash as possible. Form usually rules over function at The SEMA Show. While it’s always fun to look at great-looking cars, we took notice when we discovered a video introduction the build of an insane, road-race themed 1965 Mustang for the show built by Timeless Kustoms. It is called the Vicious ’Stang.
“The idea behind vicious is to build the ultimate road-race Mustang with the street car environment, so 9/10 race car and 1/10 street car—just to get you by,” Jason Pecikonas, owner of Timeless Kustoms, explained. “It’s a no holds barred; pushing the envelope; twin-turbo’d; single-supercharged, carbon-ceramic front-braked; independent front and rear suspended; sequential-paddle-shifted transmissioned, kick-ass street car.”
Get a glimpse inside this impressive build right here…
For the full story, click here to visit the thread on our forum.