Here are a few pictures sent to us by Daniel Jeffers, who is an active duty member of the United States Air Force. This is his 2005 GT which started out as a light blue '05 GT, and then with a bunch of custom modifications was turned into the dream car you see below. Original '67 Mustang parts including the side scoops and hood scoop were hand fabricated to make them fit the '05. Also notice the custom bullet mirrors mounted on custom fabricated mounts, custom grille, logos, paint, and rims.
Daniel asked me to mention his friend David Elms, out of Magnolia TX for putting in more than 400 hours in this project to make it the beauty it is.
Here is a video and more pictures of this car. The video is a slide show of pictures of this car with music and it's roughly 10Mb so dialup users beware...LOL. It's in .exe form so to view it you need to right click the link below and choose "Save Target As" in Internet Explorer or "Save Link As" in Firefox. Then just run the .exe file.
Thanks to our friend Ethan for sending this all in! Here is the description he wrote of the video and the car. By the way he wanted me to add that the car has "Eleanor This" painted on the front of the hood scoop.
This is the coolest video ever. John Christensen made this video for us. My Dad created this car using actual '67 Fastback Mustang parts. Including the hood scoop, top side scoops(which had to be widened to fit perfectly), lower side scoops, custom fit grill, and many Shelby emblems. He made the stripes the exact same width and ordered a duck tail spoiler. He also made an intricate exhaust design that weaves throughout the frame, boosts the horses by around thirty, comes out of the side, roars like a lion, and is topped off by Magnaflow tips. We also topped it off with sleek low profile mirrors mounted on a custom made plate. This is the difference between custom made vehicles and stick on mach ups. The words of the music on the video were fit perfectly with the pictures. I hope you enjoy this.