• Certified Fast and Furious Mustang that's benefitted from a professional, 6-year restoration
  • 1 of only 2 documented The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift Mustang stunt cars known to exist
  • Roush Performance 347 R crate engine / 450 dyno-proven horsepower
  • Tremec TKO600 5-speed manual transmission / Hydraulic clutch
  • Moser 8.8-inch rear axle / Limited-slip differential / 3.73 gears
  • Modern air conditioning
  • Power steering / Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes
  • Fully adjustable independent front and 4-link rear suspension
  • Customized interior / Modern audio
  • Original (to the movie) 19-inch Volk Racing wheels
  • Custom PPG Dark Moss paint / White Shelby-style stripes
  • Restoration photos / Restoration receipts
  • Elite Marti Auto Works Report / Certificate of Authenticity
  • All RK Motors vehicles receive a comprehensive, multi-point inspection
  • We can arrange shipment of your purchase anywhere in the world

Some people called it perfection, others cried blasphemy. But one thing's for sure, when The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift lead Sean Boswell lowered a pristine RB26 Skyline GT-R motor in to his dad's 1967 Mustang, it made for a great story. And when it comes to premium collector cars, appeal is directly linked to story.

FAST, FURIOUS AND ALL FORD

In reality, being a documented stunt car for The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift is only a small part of this Mustang's appealing narrative. Its tale began back in 1967 when the car met its first proud owner through legendary Rhode Island dealer Tasca Ford; that's right, the place that belonged to Bob Tasca, father of the Cobra Jet. Back then, this Mustang was a simple Burnt Amber over Saddle commuter that made do with a 289 cubic inch Windsor V8 and 3-speed automatic transmission. Over the next 37 years, the car would pass through the hands of many enthusiasts on a cross-country tour that eventually ended in southern California.

A total of six 1967 and 1968 Mustangs were built for Tokyo Drift, the third installment of Universal Studios' long-running Fast & Furious franchise. Contrary to popular belief, the only car fitted with a Skyline engine was the 'beauty queen' used for close-up shots. The actual stunt cars, including the unfortunate pony wrecked beyond repair, combined trick suspension components with good ole fashioned American cubes! That's where this coupe comes in. As one of the cars that was resto-modded to handle drifting duties, it always featured a thundering V8. And today, this Ford joins one other V8-powered stunt car and the Skyline-powered 'beauty queen' as the only three Tokyo Drift Mustangs known to still exist.

But that's not where the car's story ends… Not by a long shot. After filming, the Mustang was, along with the studio's other unrestored survivors, sold to a So Cal enthusiast. And by 2011, still unrestored, the car had made its way to a classic car dealer in Florida. That's when this Ford's restorer entered the picture. He didn't plan on buying a project, but used, abused, and wrapping presentable paint around a spartan interior, this Mustang still had undeniable charm. So, he pulled the trigger and made plans to turn the car into a nice driver. Of course, we ALL know what happens from here: one thing leads to another, small repairs turn in to big projects, a hobby grows into a passion and, before long, this coupe was treated to a 6-year, ground-up restoration. That rehab, completed in 2017, wasn't just a run-of-the-mill build. Rather, it was a professional job in which much of the work was conducted by R&A Motorsports of Lee's Summit, Missouri. As astute Mustang fans might know, R&A Motorsports is run by Jeff Yergovich, a certified Mustang Club of America judge for both Mustangs and Shelby Mustangs. And today, this Ford rolls as an incredible, Roush-powered resto-mod that still retains official stunt car branding from its appearance in the Fast & Furious franchise.

A CUSTOM BULLITT

Green has always been one of the Mustang's best colors, and it's not hard to understand why Universal chose a green coupe as their Tokyo Drift hero car. Naturally, this Ford still wears all its Bullitt-inspired regalia which, post restoration, is reflected on five coats of custom-mixed PPG Dark Moss 2-stage. At the front of the car, a stainless-trimmed grille hangs a small Roush emblem between modern headlights, a bright bumper and a Shelby-style apron. At the top of that grille, a custom hood, installed for the movie, incorporates a 1967 Shelby scoop between 1968 Shelby louvers. At the sides of that hood, a tasteful profile hangs traditional door handles and stylish Mustang badging over Shelby-style stripes and functional, Shelby-spec brake ducts. At the top of that profile, polished stainless frames date-coded glass while factory mirrors reflect functional pillar scoops. Behind that glass, a stainless-trimmed tail panel plants a polished fuel filler between contoured taillights and intricate “M U S T A N G” lettering. And at the bottom of that panel, a second bright bumper guards a movie-fresh valance that centers untouched Shelby roof stripes between JDM-style exhaust cuts.

ROUSH PERFORMANCE – THE NEWEST ACCOLADE

There are a lot of things to love about this Mustang. For starters, it's one of the best years of the car, sold through a well-known dealer. Then there's the bit about starring in a hit movie that's part of a blockbuster franchise. There's subtle tie-ins to epic Fords of the past. There's also the car's restoration, coordinated by an MCA officiant. But this accolade, Roush Performance, is perhaps the thing you'll be able to feel the most – especially when the car's 347 cubic inches of R stroker motor pin you against the seat! Twisting 450 dyno-proven horsepower into a heady 420 lb./ft. of tire-killing torque, that weight-reducing mill wraps a sturdy Dart block around a steel crank, H-beam rods, forged aluminum pistons and a hydraulic roller cam. At the top of the surly engine, a Roush-branded air cleaner floats a reusable filter element above a Brawler 750 carburetor, a liquid-filled pressure gauge and quality AN fluid lines. That carb feeds an Edelbrock Victor Jr. intake, which is seated between lightweight aluminum heads. Those CNC-massaged caps hide tough hydraulic roller lifters under a polished breather, billet caps and trick Roush valve covers. Fire is provided by an MSD Blaster 2 coil, which is connected to an MSD distributor and loomed Roush plug wires. Cooling comes courtesy of a big Be Cool radiator, which fronts dual SPAL puller fans and a Be Cool expansion tank. Custom stainless headers, built by George Kooks Jr., evacuate spent gases in to 3-inch pipes. At the front of the block, Vintage Air Front Runner serpentine components spin modern power steering beneath a fresh alternator and a proven Sanden AC compressor. And the clean engine bay is lined with a roster of well-planned details, including a deep-sump oil pan, a spry Optima battery and a familiar Wilwood master cylinder.

PETTY DOES FORDS TOO

According to its restorer, most of the car's post-restoration miles were racked up driving from his house to Petty's Garage for minor suspension tuning. Far from stock, that independent front and 4-link rear suspension is a fully adjustable foundation that cages RideTech coil-overs and a full set of tubular control arms between front and rear sway bars. Behind the buff small block, a hydraulic clutch kicks a Keisler-sourced Tremec TKO600 5-speed. That transmission twists a trusty Moser 8.8-inch third member, supplied by Legend Gear & Transmission, that's finished with Moser axles, a limited-slip differential and big, 3.73 gears. Turns come courtesy of modern power steering. Stops are provided by a full Wilwood drift set-up, which cinches a quartet of calipers around drilled and slotted rotors. Stainless exhaust, built by George Kooks Jr., centers polished mufflers between an X-shaped crossover and polished tips. Power scorches the pavement through original Volk Racing wheels, which twist 245/35ZR19 Michelin Pilot Super Sports in front of 285/35ZR19 Michelin Pilot Super Sports. And first-rate detailing includes stainless fluid lines and a custom Rick's stainless fuel tank that's been signed by King Richard himself.

CLASSICALLY TAILORED

Between the doors, a crisp interior mixes custom, Ferrari Daytona-inspired vinyl with timeless Shelby GT500 trim. Front and center, Mach 1 Hi-Back buckets stretch French-stitched TMI covers and requisite Simpson belts around a 1-inch lowered ride height for the driver and front passenger. A dual-cowl dash, dressed in hand-formed JME billet, hangs controls for Vintage Air conditioning amid a full array of Auto Meter Ultra-Lite II telemetry. At the base of that dash, a leather-wrapped console centers an attractive Hurst shifter between a Shelby-branded lid and Alpine touchscreen infotainment. That console rides fade-free carpet, which surfs Shelby-themed floor mats around metal foot pedals and a chrome fire extinguisher. At the edges of that rug, ornate side panels frame crisp speakers in front of modern power windows. At the top of those panels, a tight headliner centers an ornate console in front of a 4-point Tony D. Branda roll bar. In front of the driver, a '60s-era Moto-Lita steering wheel laps a tilting Ididit column. And at the back of the cockpit, an original folding seat fronts a clean trunk that features a plenty of space to stash trophies.

Whether it's in Tokyo, southern California or the piedmont of sunny North Carolina, there's simply nothing better than keying up legendary Motor City muscle. Storied and equally seductive, this Mustang absolutely sets the bar for top-of-the-line pony cars. Call your friends at RK Motors Charlotte and broaden your horizons!

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HIGHLIGHTS

* Certified Fast and Furious Mustang that's benefitted from a professional, 6-year restoration
* 1 of only 2 documented The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift Mustang stunt cars known to exist
* Roush Performance 347 R crate engine / 450 dyno-proven horsepower
* Tremec TKO600 5-speed manual transmission / Hydraulic clutch
* Moser 8.8-inch rear axle / Limited-slip differential / 3.73 gears
* Modern air conditioning
* Power steering / Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes
* Fully adjustable independent front and 4-link rear suspension
* Customized interior / Modern audio
* Original (to the movie) 19-inch Volk Racing wheels
* Custom PPG Dark Moss paint / White Shelby-style stripes
* Restoration photos / Restoration receipts
* Elite Marti Auto Works Report / Certificate of Authenticity
* All RK Motors vehicles receive a comprehensive, multi-point inspection
* We can arrange shipment of your purchase anywhere in the world

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