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 Post subject: 1966 Mustang RACE CAR
PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2011 7:16 pm 
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1966 Ford Mustang Coupe ready to race.

Price: Make offer

This is one of the best vintage race cars you could race or own in your collection. Highly prepared and eye catching. I bought this car as a street driver and converted it into a fully prepared and winning car. It would be easier to tell you what we have not done to the car which is about one or two things. I raced this car primarily in the southeast at tracks from Road Atlanta, Barber Motorsports, Lowes, VIR, etc… Won at all these tracks. No expense was spared when this car was built. The car was able to beat the newer Mustangs, BMW, etc that were in my class.

About the car:
We decided on a 331 stroker engine, Edelbrock Performer heads and intake, 650 Holley, and an electronic ignition. A solid lift cam was also chosen for the high rpm durability and of course that no nonsense sound they produce. It put out 325 rear wheel horsepower and 310 ft. lbs. of torque and was backed by a Tremec TKO 5-speed. A nine inch Ford rear with 4:10 gears put the power on the track. The new engine required them to upgrade the brakes to 13 inch front discs and 12 inch rear discs. Lexan windows, a Kirkey racing seat, Autometer gauges, Griffin aluminum radiator, some Shelby fiberglass parts and a quick steering kit found their way into the little coupe.

Engine was just rebuilt and has a total of 3 weekends on her. Also she only needs regular pump gas of 93 or higher. Race gas is not required.

Please contact me with questions. This car has no rust. This car is obviously not street legal, but if you put headlights you are good to drive it on the street. We have all the wiring and switch ready to go for night racing. As is often customary with race cars, the car was conveyed to me using a bill of sale, and I will convey it using a bill of sale. I absolutely hate to sell this car... but it deserves to go to someone with the time and resources to enjoy it to it's fullest potential. It has been sorted out and is a proven car. Enjoy!

PIctures of the car:

In car video from races:
Starting on the Pole in American Iron:

Other add-ons:

Street or Track Adjustable strut rods
Street or Track Adjustable lower control arm
Adjustable front coil overs
Fire system
Cool shirt system
Torch arm
Panard bar
Full racing cage
Racing window net and inside net
Front Cobra 13" brakes with black pads
Back GT 11" brakes with black pads
Brake air ducts
Safety cut off switch
Fuel cell
New wiring harness and wiring
Oil catch can

Everything on this car was put in a place to make it easy to adjust and work on. We made a little door to check the tranny fluid. The circuits are rigged to opening the glove box for easy access. Just some small examples.

R6 Hoosiers 225/45/17

Approved to race in NASA: American Iron, Vintage racing, Time trials, etc.
Could also race in SCCA, HSR, SVR, etc...

2009 TTC Southeast Champion
2010 AIV Southeast Runner-up (Ran part of the season but won all races entered)
2011 AIV Southeast 3rd place (Ran part of the season but won all races entered)
Over 30 podium finishes in 2 years
Over 20 1st place wins
Fastest Road Atlanta timed lap was 1:40
Track record in 2011 at Road Atlanta
Track record in 2011 at Talledega Grand Prix
Track record in 2009 at Charlotte Motor Speedway

Featured in Grassroots Motorsports and other publications

Jason Swenk
2011 Vintage Class ???
2010 American Iron Vintage Runner-up
2009 TTC Southeast Champion

PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 2:15 pm 
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what you askn for it , Im like 3 hrs from you in SC.

89 Honda CRX Si

PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 2:20 pm 
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Location: Atlanta, GA
pretty sure he sold that some time ago...

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