Tony Arme’s jaw-dropping, Corruptt Mustang is anything but straight-forward.  The chopped, 1968 Mustang sits ridiculously low on a RideTech suspension and features a Ferrari F430 V8 with California intake and two 92 mm throttle bodies force-fed by a pair of NRE mirror image turbochargers.  Turn up the sound and check out the FIRST START VIDEO with MS3Pro EVO:

The builder and owner of the Corruptt Mustang is Phoenix, AZ craftsman, Tony Arme, CEO of American Legends Hot Rods and Muscle Cars.  His goal was to build something mind-blowing, even for SEMA, and for Corruptt to roll out of the trade show arena complete, well-tuned and under its own power! After all, it was The SEMA Show that inspired him in the first place, but skeptical attendees have grown to understand that many of the wild, thrashing builds that grace the Vegas floors arrive far from complete, and very few of them run well, if at all.

Obviously, a build like this follows no template.  Every single day, Tony and team are 3D printing and fabricating through unique challenges while serving a steady clientele.  But they are getting closer and the fit and finish is second to none.

The engine is in the car for likely the final time and the thrash continues all the way up to the end of October!  We would encourage you to keep an eye on this one!  Below are some links to more editorial, galleries and the official build threads.

Follow the complete visuel build here: