Ford Mustangs are wildly popular, that’s no secret, but the 79-93 models AKA “the Fox Body” have become the majority at most car events. 1994 brought a drastic redesign for the Mustang when Ford spruced it up with a completely new body style (known as the SN95) that stayed in production into 1998, so when you see a Mustang like Anthony Cook’s 1997 in the staging lanes at a drag race, it definitely stands out in the crowd.
Cook took things apart and put them back together from a young age; learning how things worked intrigued him. With a strong family background of car guys, it became natural for Anthony to follow suit. “I really didn’t have much of a choice about cars,” Cook says with a smile. “My grandpa, dad, and uncles always had their hands on and underneath a car, and after riding along in my father’s 1991 Ford Mustang coupe I had to build something of my own.”
Every build has its own story and this one is as unique as any, you see, Anthony and his wife met in this very car; but the twist here is that it was his future wife’s Mustang, not his. Now that’s quite a bonus for a car a guy pursuing a new relationship. Needless to say, the relationship blossomed and the Mustang did, too.
With the help of his father David and some close friends, Anthony would build his dream project into a reality over six years. The goal of this build has always been to keep it street-friendly, that way his wife and children could enjoy it as well.
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