VOLO AUTO MUSEUM
27582 VOLO VILLAGE RD
EXTERIOR: Wow, stunning right? The House of Kolors Sunset Pearl Tangerine really pops! The body is straight. Some custom features include the 1/4 panel windows, fresh air scoop on hood, 1/4 panels scoops and dovetail trunk lid. All of the emblems and trim have been removed and filled. A subtle change is that the rear 1/4 panels are flared out for the big tires. New bumpers, handles, reverse lights. The taillights have LED sequintial blinkers and custom bezels. Headlights upgraded with HID. The 17 inch Eleanor wheels with performance tires are the cherry on top. Looking at this car from behind is awesome with those big meats under the back. What am I saying, this car looks awesome from every angle!
INTERIOR: Full custom interior. It has a functional roll cage and it does not hinder the rear seat or getting in and out. Front custom reclining bucket seats, driver's is power and has power lumbar. Rear fold down seat and door panels are upholstered to match. The interior trim and roll cage is painted to match exterior. Has a full set of white face gauges, polished wood wheel on a billet tilt column. Has push button start. The lower dash was custom fabricated to house the air vents and controls. Console is also custom made. Mustangs of this era did not offer power windows, this car has them. Also has a trunk release.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: Nothing is stock in this compartment, not even the compartment itself. The inner fenders and core support were upgraded. Billet hinges hold the hood. Starting with a 351W it was bored and stroked to a 418 producing 475 hp. It has aluminum heads, Edelbrock performer intake with a big dual feed Holley carb. Check out the custom dual plenum air intake which takes forced air right through the core support. The exhaust is let out through the coated long tube headers. The motor is kept cool with BeCool aluminum radiator with dual electric fans. The front of the motor has billet pulleys and brackets with the serpentine belt system. Other features are air conditioning, power brakes and steering.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: It has been boxed and upholstered to match interior. Bottom of trunk lid and jamb are slick paint.
UNDERSIDE: Complete custom made chassis by Martz Chassis with many performance upgrades. It gives the handling of a sports car. The bottom of the car is show quality, painted body color. It has a full frame integrated into the body. Up front is a Martz front end chassis system featuring custom framework, independent suspension with adjustable coil over shocks, rack & pinion steering, Wilwood disc brakes with drilled rotors, custom control arms, sway bar and a cross member. The frame rails to the rear are 2x3 square tube. Has Martz rear chassis system with triangulated 4 link suspension, adjustable coil over gas shocks, Wilwood disc brakes. The rear chassis allows for a mini tub to accommodate the extra wide tires under this car. Bottom of motor is still spotless, has high torque starter. The trans is a Tremec 6-speed which gives the low end punch and will still give high top end speed. It let's you cruise at 65 mph with no effort. Has hydraulic clutch and Moser cross member. It has a Speedway fabricated Ford 9 inch rear end. Custom stainless fuel tank with Holley electric fuel pump. The exhaust is custom bent with stainless Magnaflow mufflers that exit through the valance with stainless GT tips.
This car is hot looking and a real performer. It has a sports car handling, muscle car sound and take off yet it will cruise with the air on 70 mph down the highway. Warning- if you dont like compliments this isn't the car for you!
Power 4 wheel disc
Fold down rear seat
Dove tail trunk
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