How to put a Mustang on the Empire State building
Want to drop Ford’s drop-top pony car on the 82nd floor? Here’s how
Posted: 22 Apr 2014
Buy really sturdy cutting discs
After the trolleys were built and the car was painted, the Ford team set about slicing the shell into those six pieces. But the new Mustang’s built using Boron steel – a sort of ultra-hardcore metal, developed so the company can use less material and keep the car lightweight without compromising rigidity.
Turns out that it’s also extremely difficult to cut. Despite using hardcore drill bits and cutting discs, George reckoned he got through at least two times more of them than he expected when chopping up the bodyshells.