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General Information

Name
Steve
Year
1970
Make
Ford
Model
Mustang
Color
Red
Packages
Convertible
History
I have had this vehicle for over 20 years. It is my 6th 1970 Mustang, I have had 4 Mach 1's and a Boss 302. All were all 1970 models. I decided to try something different and build a Shelby clone, but then decided to go a another way. Going for a California Special look. 69 Shelby rear fiberglass, side scoops, and tail lights, Mach 1 front sport lamps, spoiler, and shaker. The project was stall by the birth of my son, but now he is in college and I'm retired. Originally car had 4 wheel manual drum brake and an automatic trans. I changed the brakes to 4 wheel disk. I installed the Boss 302 Trans Am set up in the front and Lincoln Versailles rear end for rear disks. Replaced the auto with 4 speed top loader trans.
Mustang is currently work in progress.
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Modifications

Drivetrain
Currently has 302 small block, Toploader 4 speed, Lincoln Versailles rear end for disk brake conversion. Replacing engine with Prestige Motorsports 363 Clevor and adding Tremec 5 speed.
Interior
Deluxe Mach 1 interior with Distinctive Industries Front Bucket Seat Touring II Mach 1 and Dakota Digital RTX Digital Instrument System.
Exterior
69 Shelby rear fiberglass, side scoops, and tail lights, Mach 1 front sport lamps, spoiler, and shaker. Planning to paint the car 2020 Ford Kona Blue with Black Mach 1 hood strips and Shelby side stripes.
Audio
Undecided so far. Has a Ford AM/FM 1970 at the moment.
Lighting
Replacing all lights with LED's.
Exhaust
Undetermined at this time, most likely stainless steel.
Suspension
Street or Track Coil over front and Total Control 4 G link
Wheel and Tire
Trans Am Race Engineering Superlite 17X8 and 17X9.5 4.5 and 5.5 backspace with 245/45R17 and 285/40R17 Continentals

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