Over the years weve seen a lot of nice builds, but this Carlisle Ford Nationals winning Mustang ranks right up there with some of the coolest pony cars to ever roll through our showroom doors. If youre in the market for classic good looks and spectacular modern performance, there simply isnt a better option! Starting life in Metuchen, New Jersey as an authentic V8 optioned fastback, this 1969 Mustang was rotisserie restored to better-than-new condition in the fall of 2010. During that highly detailed reboot every one of its sculpted panels was, with the help of both CJ Pony and Virginia Classic Mustang, repaired and massaged to near perfection. The cars original 290 horsepower mill has been exchanged for a 400 horsepower, DOHC 4.6L modular V8 that runs twice as good and looks just as natural. The long-time thoroughbred of Fords performance car stables, this hand-built powerplant utilizes four camshafts, aluminum heads, a fixed runner intake, tumble-style intake ports and a rugged aluminum block to create an unbeatable combination of smooth cruising and spirited performance. A modern 5-speed manual transmission, which comes from the same 2004 Mach 1 as the DOHC mod motor, sends power to a rebuilt Ford 9 inch Posi-traction rear end that houses tall 3.91 gears and rugged Century axles. Suspension upgrades abound as the cars original leaf springs benefit from new sub frame connectors out back, and its original coil springs benefit from new tubular control arms up front. And power is thrown to the pavement via 17 inch gray-spoke Billet Specialties Mags which spin 215/55 Dunlop SP Sport radials in front of 275/50 Nitto NT450 Extreme Performance radials. If youre the kind of enthusiast who enjoys the best of everything and understands that quality doesnt compromise, then youre already familiar with what this Mustang has to offer!
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