Thursday, November 7, 2013
710 HP Ford Mustang Blizzard Unveiled at SEMA
This modified 1964 Mustang was designed by the Ringbrothers and is given the name 'Blizzard' because of its bright white paint job. With a retuned Nascar inspired 351-based 427cid V8 engine, the vehicle is able to produce 710 HP. This engine was developed by Wegner Motor-sports and is paired with a Holley carburetor and exhaust, Flowmaster mufflers, and a Be Cool radiator and fan. The Mustang Blizzard also comes with a five-speed manual gearbox and a John's Industry differential.
With 710 HP, you're going to need a good pair of brakes. That's why they've equipped the Blizzard with Baer brakes. To keep you relaxed and comfortable during your drive, the modified pony car also comes with Recaro racing seats and a custom Alpine stereo system - talk about impressive!
The 710 HP Ford Mustang Blizzard was unveiled at SEMA, however, the price was not. This is a Ringbrothers' Ford Mustang meaning they will most likely auction it off at a later date, or keep it amongst themselves.
If you'd like to check out the Ford Mustangs available on our lot, stop by today! We have a great selection of new, used or preowned Mustangs - all ready for you to take on a test drive. If you're not ready for a pony car just yet, we also have a variety of other Ford vehicles such as the Ford Fusion! To help you get the best deal possible, we will be more than happy to go over any Ford Fusion A-Plan Pricing or Ford Fusion Rebates. We currently have a Ford Fusion Early Bird special going on as well, so come on by and get out of your current lease up to 5 months early (with payments waived)!
We're located at 1510 E. Pierson Road, Flushing, MI 48433. Feel free to give us a call at (810) 659-5688 with any questions you may have. Family-owned and operated, Delehanty Ford has been serving the Greater Genesee County area for over 65 years with customer satisfaction as our top priority. Our sales and service departments are dedicated to providing the best experience for every customer.