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This 1966 Ford Mustang looks mean from every angle. And when you look under the big-scoop hood, there's solid small block power. So dig into all the details on how they invested nicely to create your dream street/strip machine.
We understand exactly why this coupe is worth giving extra attention. The Mustang has the lightweight advantage of a small car, but we all know the right upgrades can also give them substantial style. For example, the front bumper reminds us of the Shelby GT350R, and this one is made out of fiberglass for a better racer. And the best pony cars also got racing stripes. Plus, the large side scoops behind the doors and Pro Street lettering also look like classic Mustang touches borrowed from the California Special. But this coupe is also its own big red beast. After all, the massive hood scoop and extra-wide rear Weld Racing wheels say to the world that this one is ready to go fast.
The interior continues the pure performance look with the full racing cage, tubbed rear seat area, and RCI racing seatbelts. There are some cool extras, like neon lights and a mockup for mounting a nitrous bottle if you want. But the best parts about how it gives you a feeling of control. The sports steering wheel is grippy in your hands, there's power steering, and the B&M ratchet shifter is built for serious duty on the three-speed auto. Your lower dash is dominated by auxiliary readouts and toggle switches. And the large tach on the column gives the essential info a prominent placement.
Under the hood is a clean and mean presentation. This is said to be a Jasper crate 302 cubic-inch V8. It's already built with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, a hi-rise intake, and full MSD ignition/distributor package. And there's a wicked set of headers that add power while also feeding those rumbling side exhaust pipes. But any time you really want to bring the thunder, this also has electric cutouts for the mufflers. The reason why the pipes exit out the side is because the reinforced rear end is devoted to tucking those massive Mickey Thompson Sportsman tires under the body. This even has a wheelie bar! So while you already have a strong V8 in this Mustang, we bet you're also dreaming about what other go-fast goodies you can add under that big hood scoop. Because this package is built to handle plenty more muscle.
This is a seriously mean-looking pro street pony car that's fortified for some serious fun. Call today!!!
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