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post #1 of 3 Old 02-25-2014, 10:48 PM Thread Starter
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wtt built 67 mustang

1967 mustang coupe
If you want a car you can you can take on a couple hour cruise then go to the racetrack and run mid 10s. in the quarter mile on 17in wheels or want to throw some slicks on turn on the nitrous and bust off some low 9s. this is the car for you. Best as pictured 10.68@129 n/a
If you want a car that you can scare the ass off your arrogant brother in law then this is the car for you
If you want a real sleeper its quiet the body is all stock except for the hood and wheels if you want to beat most of the true street cars in your area
Then this is the car for you

67 mustang C code 10 point roll cage good for 8:50s ( can be removed)
No body filler anywhere new quarters and floors weld in subframe connectors full sound insulation like dynamatt. You can actually talk on the phone. For more details look at pics.

Globalwest control arms
Qa-1 shocks
Cal-tracks bars and single monoleaf springs
Aerospace streetlite brakes
Strange mastercylinder

393 stroker
72 351w block (stronger)
Scat steel crank
Scat h beam rods
Je flat top pistons 11.3 compression
Hellfire pistons rings
Lunati solid roller cam dur. @.50 int. 258 exh. 268 lift int. 590 exh.630
Fully race ported dart alum. Heads 2.08 x1,64 valves titanium retainers
1.6 roller rockers stud girdle (look at pics.)
Super victor intake
850 race demon carb.
Canton oil pan
Msd billet distributor, Msd blaster coil , Msd digital 6 ignition box

Transmission 5SPD.
TREMEC TKO faceplated, cryo treated custom shift forks you name it its done hanalon motorsports built it cost over 4,200
Mcloud real street clutch
Custom hydraulic clutch setup very light clutch pedal
Ford 9 in. built fully. shortened and braced housing nodular center section
Custom length mark williams 33 spline axles and spool
Driveshaft shop custom aluminum driveshaft rated for over 1,000 hp
Autometer phantom gauges in factory dash
Corbeau front seats original rear seats
Switch panel for fans, water pump, line lock, ignition
5 point safety harnesses both installed this year
New dash pad and carpet
10 point roll cage i can remove if new owner wants I will put carpet if you decide it needs to be removed


Rust bubbles are starting to pop out at the front bottom corner of each door and the trunk lid. a few little nicks and scratches but as you can see from the pictures it still looks great just trying to be honest no radio who needs one when its sounds so good. No heat the heater core and all water lines

TRADES newer coyote mustang, 03-04 cobra, gt-500 or I really want a newer mod motor again 4v only or who knows just trying to see whats out there turbo something

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ttt nice ride !!

best records ! 10.6 @ 124 with 140 60 ft
93 gt 347 upr front end tko 600((( hydraulic ))) clutch afr 185s all forged girdle ect ect ect ect lets trade
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