If it exists in the automotive world, you can almost be certain that there is a Ford Mustang that has been modified to meet the criteria. We’ve seen just about everything you can possibly do to Ford’s pony car: drag racer, road racer, street terrorizer, drift missile, rally car, and so on, and so forth. Which means that we aren’t too surprised to see a 1983 Mustang on a first-gen Bronco frame playing in the mud. What we are surprised at is just how good this creation is in the slop. It’s no firebreather, and to be fair the mud pit doesn’t look like it’s really difficult, but still…just the fact that this guy is out having a ball with one is good enough for us.
As I was watching this video, my wife, the owner of the Great Pumpkin Mustang we are building on right now, came in to see what the noise was. She didn’t say anything, but I might borrow a set of mud tires and set them in the garage next to the car, just to see what kind of reaction I get out of her. Who knows…maybe we might look into an AWD Mustang build?