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Michael Johnson
Technical Editor
April 23, 2019

Most of us don’t look forward to getting hand-me-downs from older siblings, but in Clint Martinovich’s case, he received this 1988 Mustang GT from his dad. Unfortunately it’s because his dad is battling Alzheimer’s and is no longer able to drive the car the way it needs. The Unicorn, as they called it, is a 1988 Mustang GT. It has been in the family since Clint was 8, and he’s now 35, but the GT is as good as new with a Cobra intake, CNC-ported aluminum heads, roller rockers, an upgraded fuel system, 24-lb/hr injectors, and a 150hp shot of nitrous. A T5Z transmission is in the tunnel, while 4.10 gears reside out back with Race Star Wheels’ big ’n’ littles. “This car describes my childhood,” Clint says. “I made my dad a promise to continue where he left off.”

Photography by Clint Martinovich