- The Villain by Classic Recreations. Pic Credits: Khan Media/Classic Recreations

The Villain by Classic recreations

You can also get it in RHD...

12w ago


The villain is a formidable car, It is a 1968 Mustang Fastback and will remind you of the same as well. That being said - its body actually belongs to a 1968 Mustang Fastback, just modernised.

What do you get in the Villain?

The villain is powered by Ford Racing Coyote crate motor producing 475 hp, with an optional supercharger upgrade which bumps up the power to 770 hp. The power is managed and directed by six speed manual transmission. To reduce weight and improve aero body panels are made from 3D moulded composites and highlighted with a carbon fibre trim. However, like some custom cars today the battery is trunk mounted, I reckon it is due to that big engine.

It comes with modern coilovers suspension, rather than the rear leaf suspension. Along with this Quadralink 4-link system to help keep the power in the rear on the road. This is combined with a rack and pinion power steering system making this car easy to handle even in city streets.

All that power needs equal amount of stopping power and that comes in the form of Wilwood 6 piston brakes grip slotted and cross-drilled 14" rotors on the front and rear. The wheels are Forgeline and are paired to BF goodrich tyres.

On the inside one gets pro touring seats, specifically Procar Evolution seats that are paired to an equally racy 5 point harness, and to help you steer a Sparco leather steering wheel. The highlight of the interior is the white H pattern gearknob on shift lever. The rest is a smooth blend of classic and modern - Villain custom gages with the speedometer going all the way to 200mph, Old Air air conditioning system, classic dash paired to classic door panel all draped in leather, custom centre console, JVC CD player with removable face and bluetooth and Kicker component speakers.

There are 4 optional extras on this car - leather colour - $1,000, a flip out screen with DVD - $1,000, GPS tracking device $499 and the option to get the car in RHD which will cost you an additional $12,500 and they can accomodate any other custom customer requests.

You might want it in RHD and would be wondering how much it costs, well the prices for this start at US$154,900, actually not a bad price for a bespoke muscle car.

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Comments (3)

  • Usually the battery in the trunk is done for correction of weight bias or simply to remove weight from the steering wheels and put it behind the drive Wheels. Extremely common in race cars and dragsters.

      2 months ago