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On his quest to make a badass hotrod, Canadian fabricator and all-around madman Kyle Scaife did something many car purists will balk at—he combined the blue oval and the bowtie. It all started when Scaife was inspired to create a build of his own after working on a Viper-powered Plymouth Cuda in the shop. He had a ’67 Mustang body, so all that was left was the engine, transmission, frame, rear end and, well, pretty much everything else that makes the car go. When faced with the option of buying new everything from Ford or picking up a 1999 C5 Corvette with an LS1 on a salvage title for $6k, Scaife opted to create a Frankensteined ride that’s “built Ford tough with Chevy stuff.” We know we’re supposed to find it sacrilegious and an affront to all things automotive, but we actually think it’s pretty damn cool—especially because of the Ken Block meets Twisted Metal vibe.

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