1967 FORD MUSTANG COUPE 525 HP NOTE: This Mustang was not built for
the timid! Thousands of $$$ invested. The engine is professionally
built to my specs: a 428 Bored & stroked to 464 cubic inches. 10.66
compression reduced to run on 93 octane fuel. Callies stroker kit
with steel crank H beam rods and forged pistons. Edelbrock heads
and an aluminum water pump.internal balanced. Custom ground Crower
cam, hydraulic roller specs: .627' intake, .655' exhaust, 245-253
degrees duration @0.50 lift. Ford Tunnel wedge 2 x 4 intake with
dual 600 cfm Holley carbs. with COBRA dual quad air cleaner.
Pertronix breakerless Distributor. 6AL digital box with adjustable
rev limiter. Harland Sharp roller rockers 1.76 ratio with H.D.
shafts solid spacers & end stands. 120 volt Powermaster alternator
with single wire connector hookup. Custom aluminum valve covers.
SFI approved front balancer. Doug's 2 inch ceramic headers into 3
inch pipes with crossovers. Dual Flowmaster high perf. mufflers.
Aluminum heavy duty radiator. Engine develops 525 HP on the dyno.
Transmission is a Ford C6 with reverse TCI manual valve body.TCI
3400 stall converter with extra clutch packs and hardened input
shaft that will withstand 1500 hp. Every piece of suspension is
new. Viking front shock coil over springs.with adjustable valving.
4.33 Richmond gears installed in a Detroit tru-trac rear 9
inch.With the 28.5 tall tires on the car it comes to a final drive
4.12 ratio. Traction Master traction bars. Installed four new tires
mounted on Ford Shelby Cobra 16 inch simulated knock-off mag wheels
. Red and black vinyl bucket seat Interior, new one-piece headliner
is all new inside. Mustang was a factory air conditioned car. Has
all under dash equipment still all there. Just needs under hood
parts to make it functional. Black exterior has older paint but
still looks good and has a nice shine. Has a custom high rise cowl
style pinned hood installed. Front disc brakes EBC front pads with
metallic drum brake rear.
1967 Ford Mustang
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