Beautiful, excellent running and handling, 1969 Mustang Fastback
First this is not a Boss 302. Those stripes came on the car when I purchased it. It is a 351 Cleveland 4V the Boss 302 used the Cleveland heads. This 4Vc is rare and known as the most powerful small block ever built in those days.
Over $60,000 invested not including labor! I have all receipts. Could easily be an 80k+ or more car with fresh paint and re-upholstered seats and some body alignment
Looks stock from the outside, except for the custom designed American Racing wheels and new BFG 235/45/zr17 tires. Start and run excellent. Even cold starts in a second and idle at low RPM. Very strong rebuilt and rare 351 Cleveland V4.
Too many upgrades to mention to fully mentioned but here is the start:
Engine / Transmission:
Rebuilt 351 Cleveland 4V (Less than 1,000 miles since rebuild)
Holly 4bbl 750cfm 4779-3 Carb
Chrome 140 amp 1 wire alternator
March Systems serpentine belt system
Ceramic coated customer headers
MSD Distributor and coil
B&M High capacity finned transmission pan
Runs on Evens coolant and does not boil until 300+. No water in system = no rust!
All aluminum 4 core custom radiator with built in transmission cooler and dual electric fans
Chrome shock tower brace
New Urethane motor mounts
New Urethane transmission mounts
Chrome Oil Pan
Chrome air cleaner
Suspension / Braking
4 wheel slotted and drilled Baer matching disc brakes with color matching calipers
Coil over front suspension.
Total Control Rack and Pinion steering
1 ¼ Total control sway bar
Power Steering with remote reservoir
Rear spoiler and rear window slats
Shelby style pop off gas cap and hood locks
Halo color changeable headlight and sequential LED taillight
New bumpers and chrome around the car
Dakota Digital dash with color matching analog needles
Dakota Digital color matching analog clock
All new door panels with ABS backing and carbon fiber inserts to match dash.
New tilt Steering wheel
Custom leather console with cup holders and compartment for various switches
Carbon fiber headliner (not installed yet) new sail panels and light
New door sill plates with lit blue lit LED pony
High back bucket seats (need reupholstering)
14 Circuit wire 14 circuit electrical box with printed wires.
Battery relocated to rear will accommodate second battery
Master shut off switch supports two batteries
Amazing color coordinated battery.
New sequential LED tail lights buckets and bezels
LED interior color matching lighting
Sequential hood scoop turn signal indicators
All new light bezels retainers front and back
All new 70 style bolt in tinted side windows
New relic power windows
Sony Bluetooth, Android controllable stereo and MP3 player
Leather bound trunk with easy to reach electrical hidden behind fold down rear panel. Testers and indicator lights.
New fuel tank
Air conditioning (by classic air) with color coded controls and chrome compressor
Electric Fuel pump with auto shut off
Power trunk and all new quick wire 14 circuit wiring located in glove compartment for easy access.
Car could still use new paint. I wanted to get all of the mechanical out of the way first. At that point it would be a front page hot rod magazine candidate. I have all of the receipts. Much, much more but I will add as I get a chance.
Pick of the Day is an electric-converted pony car done back in 1995
The Pick of the Day is one of the iconic 1969 prototypes built by Kar Kraft for Ford, turned into a quarter-mile competitor
As the saying goes, ‘better late than never.’
Most Americans want to see a pony parked in the driveway
It took a decade, but Harry Donovan’s pony is back on the road
They’ll take some work, but you could make some money back and learn a lot
Most powerful and quickest factory version to arrive later this year