Professionally built 408 cubic inch Windsor stroker V8 / 522 dyno-proven horsepower
Tremec 5-speed manual transmission / Hydraulic clutch
Chassisworks FAB9 rear axle / Traction Lok differential
Custom leather interior / Vintage Air conditioning / Modern audio
Dynacorn sheetmetal / Mustangs To Fear Eleanor body kit / Metallic Red paint
Full Chassisworks suspension
19 and 20-inch Boze Shifter wheels
Total Control Products power rack-and-pinion steering / Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes
Sale includes dyno results
When it comes to nearly universal appeal, few cars bring it quite like Ford's Mustang. While a lot of its competitors place an emphasis on speed, style or some other singular piece of the puzzle, the original pony car continues to thrive as a malleable definition of everything to everyone. With almost all the dials turned past 11, this wicked Mustang pro-tourer is a car that'll fulfill the needs of virtually any enthusiast. And, from its massaged Windsor and Tremec drivetrain to its tailored red and leather aesthetics, pretty much any spectator with a pulse will find something to admire!
Hailing from a fresh, 2,000-hour build, this razor-sharp 'stang wraps Metallic Red 2-stage around fresh Dynacorn metal and an aggressive Mustangs To Fear Eleanor body kit. The first thing that draws your eye is a domed, Shelby-style hood that features trick, flush-mount lanyards. Beneath those lanyards, an Eleanor-style front clip positions Eleanor-style lighting around clean billet grilles. At the sides of those grilles, a shaved and sculpted profile centers mesh-filled quarter vents between bullet-style mirrors, re-imagined fenders and flared and extended rockers. Opposite those rockers, a flush-mount greenhouse founds a racing-style windshield and 1-piece door glass between shaved wipers, chrome drip rails and mesh-filled pillar vents. And at the back of the car, re-imagined quarters hang a tucked bumper beneath a flush taillight panel and billet fuel filler.
Hoist this coupe's lightweight hood and you'll find a proven 351 Windsor that, thanks to the pros at Maricopa, Arizona's Levy Racing, has been been stroked to a whopping 408 cubic inches and built to an impressive 522 dyno-proven horsepower! At the top of the deep red mill, a polished air cleaner funnels oxygen through a color-keyed Holley XP carburetor, which is sequenced to a modern throttle linkage, braided fluid lines and a liquid-filled Allstar pressure gauge. A resulting air/fuel mixture makes its way from an Edelbrock Super Victor intake to proven Brodix heads, which ride under polished breathers and polished valve covers. When those heads flood the cylinders, a slick MSD distributor sequences spark between an MSD coil and thick Moroso Ultra 40 plug wires. Spent gases roar through custom, ceramic-coated headers. Cooling is provided by a beefy Be Cool radiator, which rides between a polished support cover, a fabricated expansion tank and two chrome-capped SPAL puller fans. A polished alternator spins opposite modern power steering and a coated AC compressor thanks to stylish Concept One pulleys. And overall, the car's glossy gray engine bay is exceptionally well done; featuring cool details like trick dipsticks, braided fluid lines and hydraulic Ringbrothers supports.
The bottom of this awesome Mustang is just as impressive as its slick exterior and smooth powerplant. Behind that smooth powerplant, a tough hydraulic clutch engages a slick Tremec 5-speed, which spins a Coleman Racing driveshaft. That tube jerks a Chassisworks FAB9 rear end, which laps a Traction Lok differential around Strange 33-spline axles. The car's already competent suspension was completely swapped for a full Chris Alston's Chassisworks set-up that makes excellent use of quality VariShock coli-overs. That dropped hardware was augmented with stiff subframe connectors and Total Control Products power rack-and-pinion steering. Braking is equally class, with a Wilwood master cylinder feeding Wilwood 4 and 6-piston calipers, which cinch four drilled and slotted rotors. The aforementioned headers dump spent gases in to a custom, large-diameter exhaust system that backs an X-shaped crossover with polished Magnaflow mufflers. A steady stream of fuel is provided by an electric Mr. Gasket pump, which drains a custom, 17-gallon tank. Detail items, like a deep-sump oil pan and undercoated wheel wells, flesh solid floorpans that are decked in glossy gray pigment. And everything rolls on polished Boze Shifters, which twist 235/35ZR19 BF Goodrich g-Force T/As in front of 285/30ZR20 BF Goodrich g-Force T/As.
Pop the car's electronic doors and you'll find an attractive, well-rounded interior that mixes vintage Mustang design with modern, 21st century comfort. Front and center, snug SCAT Procar buckets stretch versatile leather under RJS harnesses. Opposite those seats, a body-matched dash props factory padding above Classic Instruments Velocity telemetry, modern Kenwood audio and controls for the car's Vintage Air climate system. At the foot of that dash, a custom console founds a traditional shifter on fade-free carpet. At the edges of that carpet, custom side panels hang billet handles inside color-keyed frames. Above those panels, a sculpted headliner backs a color-keyed roll bar. In front of the driver, a sweet Billet Specialties steering wheel spins a half-wrapped rim around a tilting Flaming River column. And behind the passengers, a custom-upholstered trunk features clean billet hardware.
OUR SALE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTATION
Engine dyno results
An American Autowire wiring diagram
A stack of component manuals
The beauty of a tribute car is that it can be anything you want it to be. Love Shelby lines, but don't want a moody original? No problem. Want big power, but can't find a Cobra Jet? We've got you covered. Looking for a killer classic that'll wow crowds AND scorch the road? Here you go! No compromises, no disclaimers and no excuses!