Classic Recreation Supercars’ Villain Mustang Enters Production

Oklahoma-based Classic Recreations Supercars made quite the splash during the 2014 SEMA show, where it showed off the Villain Mustang, which combines a blend of classic muscle and modern hustle. After great feedback, the organization has decided to put the build into production, announcing the first two cars have begun assembly.

To make the Villain Mustang, CR took a 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback for a classic street-rod look, and added the healthy Coyote 5.0-liter engine from Ford Racing, coupled to a six-speed Tremec manual transmission and Centerforce DYAD clutch. The build also has a modern suspension and brakes, while featuring Pro-Touring elements and modern features inside, such as a custom CR interior complete with a Sparco Leather Steering Wheel, Procar Evolution Seats, air conditioning, and color-matched floormats.

1968 Ford Mustang Villain front

CR Supercars says that it wanted to build a pro-touring style supercar that can be driven every day, without having to worry about issues brought about by European sports cars. We’ll assume that, in saying that, they’re referring to complex reliability issues.

Classic Recreations says that the Villain Mustang starts at $154,900, and includes all of the following specifications.

Color availability

  • Bad Guy Orange/Matte Black, Black/Bad Guy Orange, Blue/Silver, Red/Matte Black
  • **Custom colors available upon request


  • Ford Racing Coyote 32 Valve (475 H.P)
  • Tremec 6 Speed Manual Transmission
  • 9″ Strange Engineering Rear w/ 3.89 Gear Ratio and Posi Traction Installed
  • Roush Yates Pulley System


  • Procar Evolution Seats (Pro Touring)
  • 5 point Camlock Seatbelts
  • Villain Custom Gauges
  • 200 mph Speedometer
  • Sparco Leather Steering Wheel
  • Old Air Products A/C System
  • Deluxe 1967 Door Panels (finished in matte black)
  • 1967 ABS Dash and Trim
  • Custom Villain Console With Clock and Voltmeter
  • Color Matched Floormats

Stereo System

  • JVC CD Player w/ Removable Face and bluetooth
  • Kicker Component Speakers


  • CR Supercars Villain Exterior Fiberglass Enhancements
  • CR Supercars Taillights
  • CR Supercars Billet Gas Cap

Wheels and Tires

  • Grip Equipped Wheels by Forgeline 18X9.5 Front
  • Grip Equipped Wheels by Forgeline 18×12 Rear
  • BF Goodrich Tires 275/35/18 Front
  • BF Goodrich Tires 335/30/18 Rear


  • DSE Rack and Pinion Steering (Power)
  • Flaming River Tilt Column (polished)


  • Electric Fuel Pump
  • Stealth 18 Gallon Fuel Cell


  • Front: Wilwood 6 Piston Brakes and 14″ Rotors
  • Rear: Wilwood 6 Piston Brakes and 14″ Rotors
  • Slotted, Crossdrilled and Zinc Washed
  • Adjustable Rear Proportioning Valve


  • Trunk Mounted Battery


  • DSE Long Tube Stainless Headers
  • Dual 2.5″ Mandrel Bent Exhaust
  • Magnaflow Mufflers


  • Becool Aluminum Crossflow Radiator
  • 2-13″ Electric Cooling Fans


  • DSE Sub Frame Connectors
  • 6 Point Rollbar


  • DSE Alumaframe Coilover Front Suspension
  • DSE Quadralink Coilover Rear Suspension
  • Oversized Sway Bars Front and Rear

Available Options

  • Leather $1000
  • Flip Out Screen with DVD $1000
  • Right Hand Drive $12,500
  • GPS Tracking Device $499
  • Custom options available upon request

In other news, CR Supercars also announced it is taking pre-orders for the CR1 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, which follows the same formula of the Villain Mustang, but instead of a Coyote 5.0, GM”s LS7 V8 sits under the hood.

Sean is a staff writer for GM Authority and Motrolix. When's he's not busy taking in local automotive culture, he's probably detailing his car.

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