This 1965 Mustang has been re-created into a 1966 Shelby GT350
tribute. Built to specification by Holman Moody employees and
powered by a 302ci V8 engine. The engine has been fitted with
tunnel port heads, tunnel port dual-quad intake with Holley
carburetors. The engine is fed by a custom fuel tank and breathes
via a set of long-tube headers with electronic cutouts. Power is
sent to the rear wheels via a Ford Toploader 4-speed manual
transmission with Ford 9-inch rear end and Detroit Locker
differential with 4.11:1 rear-axle ratio. The Mustang has been
upgraded with 4-wheel disc brakes that feature functional
NASCAR-style cooling ducts. Additional features include a detailed
undercarriage, roll bar, 15-inch American Racing Torq Thrust
wheels, radio/heater delete and restoration receipts. Owned by the
same family for the past 26 years and displayed in the Auto Racing
Hall of Fame for seven of those years.
1965 Ford Mustang
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