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Obsidian SG-One Mustang

Obsidian SG-One Mustang

Like a brand-new PC crammed inside an old TRS-80 body, the Obsidian SG-One Mustang ($1.3 million) is a great mix of old and new. This re-made 1967 Mustang fastback boasts a custom Obsidian 392 cubic-inch engine, producing more than 847 hp, a 0-60 time of under 3 seconds, and a projected top speed of over 210mph, as well as twin superchargers, a NASCAR-style belly plate, and custom 18-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels. Inside, there's a 3,000 watt Kicker stereo system with Dolby 5.1 surround sound, DVD navigation, MP3, iPod, XM Radio, 60GB hard drive, and Bluetooth, a touch screen LCD, integrated Wi-Fi, and more.

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