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This 1969 Mustang Boss 429 continuation car makes 815 hp

The first of Classic Recreations' line of classic muscle-era Mustangs

The first of Classic Recreations' line of classic muscle-era Mustangs.

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New '69-70 Ford Mustang Boss 302, Boss 429 and Mach 1 available soon

Officially-licensed from Ford

Oklahoma-based Classic Recreations might have bit of a tainted history, but for the past few years, the company has been building some pretty sweet Shelby Mustangs using modern running gear and chassis packed underneath classic bodywork. The company has something new on the horizon. Later this year, Classic Recreations will offer officially licensed 1969-1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302, 1969-1970 Mustang Boss 429 and 1969-1970 Mustang Mach 1.

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Classic Recreations Shelby Mustang gets EcoBoost power

Classic Recreations is now offering its continuation Shelby Mustang with the Ford F-150's EcoBoost V6 engine, offering throwback styling and plenty of torque with less weight and lower fuel consumption.

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Ken Block's 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn RTR and CR Supercars Villain are retro done right

Gymkhana king Ken Block has had a pretty simple car history in his trademark videos, starting out with Subaru Impreza rally cars before moving into Ford Focus racers for the past four installments. His next video, though, Gymkhana Seven, kind of goes back in time.

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1967 Shelby G.T.500CR hides a Coyote beneath its hood

Classic Recreations, a custom coachbuilder based in Oklahoma, debuted its Coyote-powered 1967 Shelby G.T.500CR at the SEMA show this week. Like the company's previous releases, the bright red, silver striped coupe offers classic Ford Mustang styling with today's reliable mechanicals. "If you like the graceful drivability of a modern G.T.500, but prefer the classic Mustang styling, this is the car for you," said company owner, Jason Engel. "Classic Recreations combines modern technology with clas

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Classic Recreations Shelby GT350CR

If you've got an itch for a classic Mustang Fastback, you may want to give Classic Recreations a call. The Oklahoma-based company, which has made a name for itself building award-winning muscle cars licensed by Shelby, recently handed me the keys to its latest creation – a prototype 1966 Shelby GT350CR (serial number SCR350-00P) with a nitrous-injected 427-cubic-inch small-block Ford Racing engine sending power to its rear wheels through a Tremec five-speed manual gearbox. Yeah, it's the s

Classic Recreations working on Shelby GT350CR model

Over the past couple years, Oklahoma-based Classic Recreations has made a name for itself with various iterations of the Shelby GT500, starting with licensed Eleanor replicas and moving on to the Shelby GT500CR continuation cars including the most recent Venom version.

Classic Recreations unleashes Shelby GT500CR Venom

Fresh off helping the Oklahoma State Legislature to write a new law to help restorers of vintage cars, Classic Recreations has announced the availability of the "Venom" version of its Shelby GT500CR. From the outside, the Venom appears to be identical to the standard GT500CR model, but under the hood lurks a ProCharger F1-R centrifugal supercharger to boost output of the 427-cubic-inch V8 to 780 horsepower.

Classic Recreations declared free of wrong doing

Classic Recreations Shelby GT500 CR – Click above for high-res image gallery

Report: Classic Recreations under investigation for VIN swapping *UPDATE

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Classic Recreations Shelby GT500CR shows its face in Las Vegas

Classic Recreations Shelby G.T.500CR – Click above for high-res image gallery

Classic Recreations to begin building Shelby GT500CR

Classic Recreations Shelby GT500CR - Click above for high-res image gallery