Recently added an EPAS (Electronic Power Steering Assist) to the car. This unit sits under the dash and does not mess with any hydraulic lines or hoses. Works better than traditional power steering.
1965 MUSTANG FASTBACK This has been a complete ground-up restoration, all receipts and a few early build pictures are available and included with the purchase of the vehicle. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask. Miles Since Restoration: 1,500mi DRIVETRAIN: 302 Block Aluminum Ford Racing heads GT-40 CompCam -FS281RF-HR10 Comp Roller Rockers Comp 5/16 Hi Tech pushrods Ford Racing Tremec 5 speed Trans Currie 9" TracLock 3.25 gears Rear disc brake kit SSBC front disc brake kit Magnaflow Performance Exhaust ARP head bolts Torque-Thrust D Wheels Pertronix Igniter II MSD 6 AL Tailor Ignition wires Griffin Aluminum Radiator Holley Street Avenger Carburator 570CFM DynoTech Driveshaft (Aluminum) New Alternator New mini-High Torque starter Super Comp Headers/ Ceramic coated BFG 225/50R15 Upper Control Arm Relocate (Shelby) INTERIOR: Dynamat Extreme Sound Deadening Kit New White Pony front seats New Carpet New Headliner New Door Panels MISC: New Fuel Tank Shelby Style Lower Trac Bars Shelby Style Shock Strut Support
Movie ‘hero’ car will be joined for the first time by a complete lineup of Ford’s commemorative versions
Owned by one family since 1974, the famous ‘hero’ car has been added to National Historic Vehicle Register
This is the 20th vehicle in the 30-day Countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s 47th annual Scottsdale auction.
Fox-bodied Mustangs are attracting attention as future classics
Danish company transforms vintage car parts into watch components
Earlier this year, rumors of the car flared up when some sketches of a Bullitt version of the sixth-generation Mustang showed up in an official Ford video.
Not only is the Ford Mustang SVO an unusual performance model powered by a turbo-4, it’s been driven only 11,000 miles
50 years later, members of Shelby’s Original Venice Crew finally build the Ri Mustang they wanted in the first place
Ken Block’s latest: He takes his twin-turbocharged, methanol-fueled, 1,400-horsepower vintage Mustang on a tire-smoking drive up the mountain