Ever Heard Of A Mustegra? You Have Now.
Not kidding. This guy over at ModdedMustangs.com took a Cobra chassis and heart and made an Acura Integra Cobra, or what he calls the “Mustegra”.
Self-proclaimed Honda-lover braved the Ford waters with his Acura on a 1994-1998 Cobra chassis. He even says in the post that he may get flacked for having this concoction of domestic and import, but it’s the real deal and he also states that he’s far from done.
(Hey Kimo! You have a lot of guys over on the MM thread wanting some updates on your progress!) This car even has it’s own Facebook Page.
From his forum build thread:
I think the only way to describe why i am doing it is simple. You would never expect it when i pulled up to a meet or a track.
Hey, why can’t he have the both of best worlds? Being Mustang enthusiasts, we do see some weird and odd conversions featuring our beloved American icon and I’d say this is one is on the mild side. I’m not saying this thing runs mild as I’m sure it turns some heads, I’m just sayin that I’ve seen way worse when it comes to appearance! Even the biggest Mustang lover would rather look at a nicely done Acura on a Cobra chassis than a Mustang that looks like it has been turned into an “import”, not that this is your average ricer. The heart of this is a Cobra.
Of course you have the fanboys who are who they are and won’t budge a bit when it comes to something that’s not strictly domestic or import. You’ll have your so-called “haters” when it comes to this type of deal and I’m sure the owner hears it all the time. I bet he hears “nicely done” more, though. Everyone on the forum here seems to appreciate the work that has been put into this project. Especially in person when he starts that baby up. That’s probably an unexpected sound coming out of an Integra, excuse me, a Fonda Intebra. Hord Mustegra? Bless you.
Thanks to 93SlowStang for posting!