“My dad said, ‘create something beautiful or I’ll get ride of it’” said Ken, the owner of a 1970 Ford Mustang he calls “Snow White,” located in Belgium. In the video, Ken explains his father bought the car in 1978 and that it’s powered by a 351 cubic-inch 5.8-liter small-block Cleveland engine.

The engine with a four-barrel carburetor is factory rated at 300 horsepower and 385 lb.-ft. of torque. Additionally, it is also equipped with a 3-speed manual transmission.

Ken shares that the car originally came in a “lime green gold metallic” body color and his father repainted it red. At some point the car began to rust and it needed to be moved. Ken worked in a bodyshop at the time so his father told him to create something beautiful.

The result is this beautiful Mustang seen with a white body and black Boss-style stripes, complimented by a black interior.

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