800 Derita Road, Ste. A
You love it when someone invests the right money to build an all-out street machine just like you would, and this incredible 1977 Ford Mustang II Pro Street is a prime example. It's a slick build with a powerful dual-quad supercharged V8, upgraded suspension, custom interior, and slick modern paint. So it's obvious that no corners were cut in its construction.
The Mustang II has always been popular with the custom street machine crowd. But while a lightweight car makes for an awesome performance build, the true key to this one is all its retro-cool attitude that goes with the asphalt-eating power. Rendered in a sleek black, it has the gloss and shine that comes from a modern clearcoat finish. It makes for the perfect backdrop for the cool side stripe package. The design has a C-channel look to pay tribute to the previous generation pony car, and the multi-color strobe theme reminds us of the Tornio GTs earlier in the 1970s. So yes, this a memorable machine for far more than just the big motor popping out of the hood, long front air dam, huge rear tires, and the professional-style rear spoiler.
Inside, they are going for a pure modern sports machine. For example, while the exterior stripe's purple returns on the dash, it now is surrounded by carbon fiber style trim. You've also got the best in dragstrip-ready features, like Procar racing bucket seats, RCI harnesses, a custom roll cage, full AutoMeter Pro-Comp gauges, and the TCI ratchet shifter. But as a true Pro Street machine, you get some creature comforts for everyday life. That's why this has nice-looking door panels, plush carpeting, an AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette, and a custom cup holder center console.
A motor like this deserved to be on display. After all, this is not just big power, but there was also a big investment in giving nearly everything an award-worthy shine. And when you look beneath this cool, style, you'll see the substance of a 331 cubic-inch stroker V8. This is a high-quality build from a sought-after local. It includes dual Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetors and a drag legend Doc Hampton blower. All that shine also shows the right supporting pieces, including the steel braided lines and large aluminum radiator. The mighty motor fires up with an awesome thunder out of those side pipes. The three-speed transmission feeds a 12-bolt rear end. And the those extra wide Mickey Thompson rear tires are on proper beadlock wheels. Plus, the Pro Street comfort comes back into play with good anytime driving features, like the Mustang II's benchmarked independent front suspension, a four-link rear, and power brakes with front discs.
This is a serious power machine that delivers both style and substance. It makes for an awesome package that's ideal to rule the street and the dragstrip. Call now!
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