Instead, he wanted "something cool and comfortable that gets attention...and could drive cross country if he wanted." Power comes from the Mustang’s 4.6-liter V8 with a total of 300 hp and 320 lb-ft of torque. Remember, this was 2005; V8s then are today’s V6s, in some cases, including the Mustang’s. Step inside and yeah, it’s literally a Mustang. The air suspension was also sourced from the Mustang, but the body is all pickup. We like to think of this thing as a modern rat rod of sorts, combined with great craftsmanship and engineering. It couldn’t have been easy to pull this project off, but determination once again came through.