Modern Meets Muscle.
That’s the best way to describe this Mustang. It’s the epitome of a cross-country pro-touring muscle car that is super comfortable yet is fully track capable. From its Front and Rear Coil Over Suspension to its Fuel Injected 392 Small Block Ford Stroker Crate Engine and Tremec 5-Speed Manual Transmission & Hydraulic Clutch, you will seriously feel like you’re driving a Brand New 2019 Mustang GT350. The entire car has been modernized from the interior to the wheel and tire combination down to it’s full Hydraulic Power Rack and Pinion Steering that keeps the entire car planted around speedy and hard turns! We are super excited to see this car finished and into its new owner’s hands where we hope they will enjoy and treasure it as much as we do. Not to mention, this car has been verified by a Deluxe Marti Auto Works Report that it is a 1 OF 1 car from the factory! Not only is it just a rare car from Ford, but with all of the custom additions that makes this car perform and handle so well, it only adds icing to the cake! Originally powered by a 351-4V Engine and a Wide Ratio 4-Speed, this car was performance oriented from the day it was built on November 7th, 1968 making it truly unique and one of a kind whichever way it’s looked at.
Don’t stop here! There’s plenty to be said about this car that we are excited to discuss. Keep reading to see why this car separates itself from everything else.
This car will get you as close as you’ll ever get to feeling like Steve McQueen! Let No Reserve Classics make that dream a reality.
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