Casper the Mustang has lead a long and illustrious life. In your average grid, it would appear to be a white race-prepped 'Stang as any other, but this machine tells a tale. Built in 1965, it retains its original underpinnings even today. In 1990 it received its mid-life motorsport makeover at the hands of Mustang racing guru Walther Hane. One stripped, blasted and seam welded shell and one top-to-bottom track focused build later, and you have yourself a former drive-in cinema poser, turned committed track weapon.
The car was nicknamed Casper (after the popular animated ghost character), by Hane's daughter for its resplendent white paint. The name stuck and a sticker of the friendly ghost remains.
In subsequent years, the car made its way over to Europe to compete in Appendix K race disciplines as per later modifications by Hane and Jim Chapman. It would go on to take victories in 2003 FIA GT European Appendix K and 2009 HSCC Appendix K titles with a smattering of individual race victories along the way.