This 1967 Ford GT500 re-creation started life as an S-code GT
4-speed Mustang Fastback originally sold by a Ford dealership in
Decatur, IL. It has been transformed into a Resto-Mod with modern
technology throughout and great attention to detail. It underwent
an extensive two-year rotisserie restoration with proper body line
fitment and numerous hours of preparation, and was finished in Ford
Race Red Sikkens paint with Performance White stripes. This Mustang
is powered by a Ford Racing 5.0-liter V8 Coyote crate engine rated
at 425hp and dyno-tuned with 380hp at the rear wheels. The TREMEC
T56 Magnum 6-speed manual transmission features a Centerforce
high-performance clutch and pressure plate. It comes equipped with
a 9-inch Truetrac posi-traction rear end with a 3.89 gear ratio.
The stopping power is handled by 6-piston Wilwood power disc brakes
up front and 4-piston in the rear. For improved performance and
handling, TCI front and rear suspension with 2-way adjustable
coilovers at all four corners was chosen. The interior features
custom Mercedes-Benz carpeting and Scat Elite leather seats with a
remote-controlled stereo system and Dakota Digital gauges. It
features air conditioning, power steering, sequential taillights
and a custom gas tank by Ricks Hot Rod's with an in-tank fuel pump.
It rides on custom Budnik 18-inch knife-edge-design wheels wrapped
with Toyo tires. A Marti Report is included.
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