The car owned by MLB league Evan Longoria will be sold at auction in January.
It is about Ford Mustang, which is far from ordinary. Its production took 2,600 hours to provide Longoria his unique Mach 1 from 1971, which owns Chevy’s flagship V8 engine with a supercharger, and which develops 725hp. Power is transmitted to the wheels via a six-speed manual gearbox taken from the Corvette.
Instead of the standard steel are set lightweight plastic bumpers and inside the Alpine audio system of 700 W cares for perfect sound. There are also Sparco sports seats upholstered in leather, and the car has a Momo leather steering wheel.
For the safety on the road and track ensures safety cage. It is estimated that the car will be sold at a price of $95,000 to $125,000.