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1967 Ford Mustang

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Yes. That is the same car. We built this '67 Mustang for a customer who was serving overseas in the U.S. Navy while the build took place. It was an honor to have this waiting for him when he returned. Our only instructions were that the color scheme was to be gray and red, the colors of his alma mater, Ohio State College.

This car was, at the time, in the worst shape of any project we had undertaken. Even today, it is still holds a close second. The panels replaced include the tail panel, both rear quarters, both door skins, upper cowl, and all under hood panels. Rust was removed from and repairs were made to the rear wheel wells, inner doors, floorboards, lower cowl, and both front fenders.

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Powering this car is a 302 with a roller camshaft, Roush cylinder heads, roller rockers, and aluminum intake, giving power to an automatic overdrive transmission with a Trans-Go shift kit. A Ford 8-Inch rear end with 3.70 gearing and posi-traction is held in place with an RC Motorsports 4-link suspension. The rear suspension is complemented with a front coilover and rack and pinion setup also from RC Motorsports.

Interior was completely refurbished in its original configuration, with the exception of white face gauges, a Hurst shifter, Grant steering wheel, and Monster Tachometer.

Finished out in Slate Gray Metallic, 17" "Eleanor" wheels, and BF Goodrich tires. He had to decline an offer to sell the car before he even made it home after picking it up.

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