You can now buy classic Mustang s using cryp to currency
Oklahoma’s Classic Recreations to take payment in Bitcoin
Oklahoma’s Classic Recreations will become one of the first custom-car builders to accept payment in cryptocurrency, letting customers fork over fees in Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other digital moneys in exchange for one of the company’s modified Mustangs.
“Cryptocurrencies have come a long way and continue to solidify themselves as a legitimate currency on the global market,” Jason Engel, the owner of CR, told Digital Trends.
“The true beauty of accepting cryptocurrency is the universal aspect of it, which allows Classic Recreations to connect with consumers from anywhere in the world.”
Most of Classic Recreations’ tuned Mustangs start at around US$150,000; vehicles closer to the top of the line, such as its 800-horsepower Shelby-inspired GT500CR 900S, approach numbers also twice that.
The company also recently got approval from Ford to build licensed “continuation car” versions of the 1969 and 1970 Mustang Mach 1, Boss 302 and Boss 429. Pricing for those cars has not been announced, but should be revealed closer to the vehicles’ debut in November.
Classic Restorations’Coyote-powered Shelby GT500CR 545.