The '67-'68 Mustang fastback is Ford's best take on the classic pony car. Oklahoma-based Classic Restorations can take those beautiful lines and add a modern dose of horsepower, handling, braking, and creature comforts in what might be the ultimate Mustang restomod. Called the Villain, Classic Restorations starts with a '67-'68 bodyshell and performs a complete restoration, removing any imperfections for a solid starting point. The chassis gets a Fab9 rear end with coilover shocks and Wilwood six-piston brakes at each corner. The real magic is under the hood, where a 427 cubic-inch Ford Coyote V8 with Holley fuel injection sits. Making 545 horsepower, the engine is backed up by a five-speed Tremec or automatic transmission according to the buyer, with a supercharged 770 horsepower powerplant also available. The interior keeps the classic Mustang cues with new vintage-look seats and custom Villain gauges. For anyone who wants the ultimate classic Mustang, this is undoubtedly it.