U.S. Air Force has created two special versions of the model Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger.

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U.S. Air Force has created two special versions of the model Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger.

U.S. Air Force in collaboration with Galpin Auto Sports, the house involved in a car show MTV Pimp My Ride, has created special versions of the muscle-car's Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger. The result of this project was born a Ford Mustang X-1 white and a black Dodge Challenger Vapor.

Mustang has an airplane cockpit with a single seat in front, located centrally, with an air exchanger for hunting and a number of instruments of high technology board. Exterior, painted in white Mustang is a great contrast with black alloy rims. In addition, the Mustang prototype X-1 is doatat with butterfly doors. Under the hood find a V8 engine of 4.6 liters and 500 horsepower.

Vapor Dodge Challenger has the same theme with the U.S. air forces insertions of carbon fiber, exhaust system that can be set to run quiet, paint that does not allow detection by radar and ultra-camera performance. Like Ford's Mustang, the interior of Vapor is also configured the cockpit of a plane. In the case of Dodge Challenger Vapor two seats are arranged in the front, each equipped with screens that render images from the outside. The model is equipped with special cameras.

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