This nut-and-bolt rotisserie build has been tastefully upgraded to keep the vintage look and provide a modern driving experience. The body is finished in a stunning dark metallic green complemented by new chrome and polished stainless steel trim. It rides on vintage Shelby 10-spoke wheels fitted with T/A radials. The interior is upgraded with complete sport R upholstery, including matching trunk and to provide added head room a one piece MTF headliner was installed with an overhead console. Instrumentation is handled by AutoMeter using classic white faced gauges with Metal Works brushed trim and Classic Auto Air provides the air conditioning for ultimate comfort. Balanced and blue printed, the engine was upgraded using a 302ci bored .20 and complete new internals. Edelbrock intake, Holley carb and fuel delivery system deliver the gas. Hooker headers with custom 3" exhaust system create that distinctive Mustang tone. A custom Wizard cooling system, power master alternator and serpentine drive were employed to finish the engine. The transmission is a custom-built automatic with overdrive with B&M shift kit and floor shift. A custom driveshaft delivers the power to the 8.8" rear with 3:73 posi-traction with all new clutches, bearings, axles and seals. The suspension was upgraded with a close ratio steering box, all-new links, ball joints, control arms, springs and heavy-duty front and rear sway bars. Stopping power is provided by power stainless steel disc brakes. This car runs and drives well and is fully sorted with just under 2,000 miles on the build.
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