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First time I've seen a Mustang-bodied late model sportsman live, though I've seen the body kits online.

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Track is Wayne County Speedway in Pikeville, NC. Driver is Kenneth Mangum of Garner, NC. Engine builder (and yes it is a Ford engine) is Brad Puryear of Knightdale, NC, former Winston Cup engine builder. Mangum retired early because he was getting too much wheelspin coming off the turns.

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Well it is obvious that you never knew that we were sponsored by Ford SVO and we had a lot of our Outlaw Super Latemodels in the winners circle and in the Motorsports Catalogue on several occasions.....This is our winning Mustang, with our driver, Chas Howe (from Howe Racing).

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Actually, the Mustang nose piece is a bit lower than the Camaro one and at least we do run a 358 C.I. - 9.5:1 compression, 680HP Ford Engine good for 8500+ RPM....Now that is some smoke! :)

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Like I said, it's the first one I've seen live, but I've seen them in the Ford Motorsports catalogs and seen the body kits on a couple of body mfg. Web sites.

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I made every body panel from pre painted .040 aluminum with the exception of the ABS nosepiece and carbon fiber roof.

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