Lamborghini Gallardo-Powered Mustang Headed To Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale



There's never a shortage of insane car mashups online, and many are acquired tastes. This particular mashup involves a Lamborghini Gallardo and an S197 Ford Mustang that cost over $700,000 to build. What started life as a 2007 Mustang is now powered by a mid-mounted 5.0-liter V10 engine out of a Lamborghini Gallardo and backed by an E-Gear six-speed automatic transmission. Only a mere 2,600 miles grace the clock. The Tractorri name comes from Ferrucio Lamborghini's tractor manufacturing business in 1948.



Obviously, the car has been heavily modified for the Gallardo bits to run smoothly in a Mustang chassis. The car features a custom paint job, custom bodywork, fabricated front end, Porsche 911 Turbo turn signals, steel fender flares, and rocker moldings, as well as a super-modified rear that houses factory Lamborghini taillights. The interior was chopped up for the Gallardo dash to fit inside the Mustang and features custom Alcantara headliner, custom door panels, and custom-lit sill plates. It has been fitted with the Lamborghini HVAC, gauges, switches, and controls.



It is scheduled to cross the Barrett-Jackson auction block in Scottsdale January 12-20 with no reserve.

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