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The BorromeodeSilva STL-1 Mustang Restomod Is a Thing of Post-Apocalyptic Beauty

BorromeodeSilva isn't just building a car; they're crafting a legend.


Buckle up, because BorromeodeSilva is taking us on a wild ride with their latest creation: the STL-1 Mustang restomod. Inspired by founder Carlo Burromeo’s epic cross-country journey in his 1968 Mustang fastback, this beast is a tribute to the spirit of adventure and the thrill of the open road. Picture this: a sleek steel body, meticulously crafted to handle everything from breezy top-down cruises to rugged off-road escapades. But what really sets the STL-1 apart is what lies beneath the hood—a roaring 444 horsepower 5.0-liter Coyote crate engine that propels this beauty to new heights.

But wait, there’s more. BorromeodeSilva isn’t just building a car; they’re crafting a legend. With independent front and rear suspension, tubular control arms, and high-performance coilover dampers, the STL-1 boasts capabilities that would make the original Mustang blush. And here’s the kicker: they’re only making one. That’s right, this isn’t just a car; it’s a piece of automotive history in the making. So if you’re ready to turn heads and leave ordinary behind, keep your eyes peeled for the BorromeodeSilva STL-1—you won’t want to miss this ride.