This evil looking Mustang racecar boasts a ProCharged billet Noonan Hemi-headed small block.

There’s no denying that late model Mustangs make incredible looking racecars, and Billy Smith’s Procharged world-beater only adds further credence to this claim. Low, long and loaded with a crank-mounted F-4X-140 ProCharger, what the Hemi-headed Noonan engine will make once it’s set to kill is anyone’s guess, but the Procharger is capable of around 3500hp.

The chassis is prepped by Reese Brother Race Cars, perhaps best known for their screw-blown Camaro ‘Baba Yaga’. They’re also the crew behind the cage and chassis work on Otto Schulz’s red ‘57 Chev named ‘When Legends Rise’, the wreck photos of which have been doing the rounds on social media after his recent horror crash.

So it’s safe to say Billy’s Mustang has some fruit underneath that luscious black paint, the least of which is the Noonan small block boasting their billet Hemi heads - a combination that’s been taking the drag scene by storm.

The car is an evolution of Billy’s previous 2006 Mustang racecar - a previous generation pony car that broke hearts on the No Prep scene in American using its nitrous-sniffing 588 cube that made nigh on 1800hp.


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