This SEMA Show car is a one-of-a-kind custom Mustang with over $700,000 invested in the build. It was originally a 2007 Mustang and has been upgraded with the entire running gear from a brand-new Lamborghini Gallardo underneath. It’s powered by a 5.0-liter 10-cylinder engine backed by a 6-speed automatic transmission, and has 2,564 actual miles.
The name Tractorri is a tribute to Ferrucio Lamborghini’s humble beginnings. The owner and PPG came up with the custom paint color in which this Mustang is presented. It features completely custom bodywork from the fabricated front end, featuring Porsche 911 Turbo turn signals, to the steel fender flares and rocker moldings and the rear of the car, which integrates the factory Lamborghini taillights. Underneath, the car was heavily modified to accept all of the Gallardo’s systems, from the mid-mounted V10 to the E-Gear transmission and the all-wheel drive system. It also has ABS and a front lift.
This car can be serviced at any Lamborghini dealership or marque specialist. The Gallardo dash was chopped and modified to fit the Mustang, and joins the factory center console and seats to anchor the custom Alcantara headliner, custom door panels and custom lit sill plates, and displays the Lamborghini HVAC, gauges, switches and controls. The factory keyless entry operates the electronic door openers. A build book is included to show how much time, effort and work went into this custom car.