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General Information

Year
1966
Make
Ford
Model
Mustang
Color
Raven Black with grey flames
Packages
2+2, C-code V8
History
Purchased on March 19, 1996 off a car salesman at the local Ford dealer. It was his daily driver.
1966 Ford Mustang (Raven Black with grey flames)

Modifications

Drivetrain
Complete new Painless wiring harness with wiring tucked behind the fenders.

5.0 from a 1991 Mustang

- Retained the serpentine setup
- Aluminum radiator
- Holley 4180 (modded)
- Edelbrock RPM Intake
- World Products Victor Sr. Aluminum Heads
- Crane 1.6 Roller Rockers
- TFS Stage 2 Cam - Duration at 050 inch Lift: 224 int./232 exh.
- MSD Billet distributor and 6AL box.
- Forged pistons
- Hedman Headers

T-5 5 speed transmission
- Mustang Steve clutch cable & Roller clutch pedal conversion
- Pro 5.0 shifter, Hust shifter handle
- Modern Driveline crossmember
Interior
Black Standard interior

- Custom gauge faces designed by myself
- '04(ish) Acura RSX leather seats
- Forever Sharp Steering Wheel
- Customized factory console with accommodations for tunnel-mounted Fox body emergency brake and tiny bluetooth enabled amp that drives the speakers.
- Deleted radio, vinyl covered dash with invisible magnetic phone mount.
Exterior
Grey Flames over Raven Black UPDATE: now with new blue-green pinstripes!

- Removed 15 pieces of chrome:
FORD hood letters, grille opening trim on hood, rocker moldings, shaved antenna, bumper guards front and rear, grille pony and corral, reverse lights.

- Added Shelby hood scoop and GT exhaust rear valance.
Suspension
- 620lb lowering springs
- KYB shocks
- Poly bushings where it counts, rubber bushings on the strut rods

Granada front brakes

Mustangs Plus 4.5 leaf rear springs

Explorer 8.8 with 3.73's and disc brakes
Wheel and Tire
New setup: 17" US Mags Rambler wheels with BFG Sport Comp 2 Tires. 7" wide front/8in rear.

Old setup: 14" Vintage E/T wheels, BFG Radial T/A rubber

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