A couple of decades ago, the idea of a 1,000 horsepower street car seemed absolutely absurd. But thanks to modern technology and mankind’s bottomless desire for more horsepower, it is now possible to build a perfectly streetable car pushing well over 1,000 horsepower at the wheels.

 Normally, you’d see more modern cars, like the Terminator Cobra Mustangs or LS1-powered F-bodies. But for Chris Lancaster and his $600 ‘66 Mustang, it’s all about going fast in old school style and taking pride in the work he did himself.

“When I bought the Mustang, it was a total piece,” says Lancaster. “About the only original parts left on it are the rockers and roof.” Lancaster, who is no stranger to Mustangs, had originally intended to build a show car. Chris has had plenty of fast cars before, including a couple of 8-second turbocharged Fox-bodies (including an SSP model with a four-eyed front end) that have ended up in some major magazine publications. Both of these Fox-bodies also had mod motors built and tuned by Panhandle Performance.

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