This 1966 Ford Shelby GT350 Fastback custom fastback coupe is
powered by a Borla 8-Stack fuel-injected, high-performance Holman
Moody 347ci small-block V8 engine with solid NHRA-style racing
engine brace. The 347ci V8 is paired to a Keisler TREMEC 5-speed
transmission designed to handle over 600hp. For safety, the car has
been fitted with a complete Halon fire suppression system covering
the engine bay, undercarriage and fuel cell. Additionally, the
passenger area also has an internal handheld chrome extinguisher.
The full powder-coated tube chassis is built to NC racing team
standards and specifications. The vehicle has a tubbed and narrowed
racing-prepared Ford 9-inch rear end, four-corner adjustable and
balanced QA1 independent coilover suspension with four-link and
rack & pinion system. Four-wheel Wilwood slotted and drilled disc
brakes with Shelby GT350R brake cooling ducts. The exhaust begins
with a set of custom-made long-tube headers connected to a
high-temperature ceramic-coated performance exhaust. The interior
has a full Dynamat interior covered in black and gray, while
Pro-Comp gauges and Simpson racing harnesses complete the interior.
The exterior paint is Ford GT Centennial White with GT350 side
stripes and 2020 GT350R red badging on the front and rear. **TITLE
1966 Ford Mustang
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