The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
The third installment of the popular movie series was set in Japan and logically is full of JDM cars. However, one ’67 Mustang Fastback made an appearance in a slightly controversial form. The green fastback has a Nissan engine under the hood, which many Mustang fans consider blasphemy. However, even with the RB26DETT motor under the hood, the Mustang still performed its driving scenes perfectly (via Road and Track).
1967 marked the first restyling for the Mustang range. The car was slightly wider and longer and was ready to accommodate more engines and provide more performance to its owners. The GT models were in the lineup, and Ford offered a new engine (390 cid from Thunderbird) but also discontinued the 289 HiPo during the 1967 model year.