Mustang Fastback GT350. This is a 1965 Mustang Fastback turned into a "1966" Shelby Mustang GT350 Tribute. We are selling this for a gentleman that built this beautiful vehicle over a 28 year period! The details will be very obvious when you see it for the first time! 1965 Mustang / 1966 Shelby GT-350289 cu.in motor (block). 302 crank and rods. Ford "Lemans" cam and solid lifters. Early Ford 351 Windsor Heads with stainless valves, hardened seats, Bronze valve guides, double valve springs, ARP Head Studs. Hooker 4Tube comp headers. Blow Shield Bell Housing. McLeod Clutch and Pressure Plate. Ford Toploader 4 speed wide ratio, Hurst.Ford 9" rear end with 3:89 posi gears. Holley 730 Center Pivot Carburetor (Shelby) BODY WORK DONE. Ford left front fender. AM left and right quarter panel skins. Fiberglass Hood with steel bracing. Fiberglass lid with spoiler and extensions.Ford optional trunk release. "Shelby" original Hood pins and clips. Windshield tinted replaced. PPG Base/Clear, Wimbleton white. PPG Base Clear, Guardsman Blue. Left & Right front floor pans. Heater Core & Radiator (3 tube) Electric Fan. "Shelby" 9000 RPM tach.New interior (complete). GT350 Mats. Carroll Shelby certified signature. Stainless 3/8' gas line. Stainless brake lines. Motor is balanced. Shelby / Cobra steering wheel. Front Chin Spoiler (Shelby option). Pertronix II ignition. Exhaust pipes 2.5' from headers to mufflers and And 2.25' out tail pipes, custom made exhaust.
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