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1966 mustang fastback Resto Mod

Discussion in 'Classic Mustangs' started by Mohican, Oct 9, 2017.

  1. Mohican

    Mohican New Member Established Member

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    *Car is in Alberta Canada* 53,000 CAD or 43,000 USD

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    No Trades* The car is a non numbers matching car. The car was taken off the road in 2009 for a 2 year restoration. The car was basically stripped to a basic shell. All mechanical modifications were completed then sent to bodywork and paint. Once the car was back from body work, the remainder of the car was put back together over the winter. By spring of 2012, the car was ready for the road. Starting from the ground up the following are the majority of the modifications and enhancements. The car has a custom manufacturer build manual and custom owners manual and comes with a laptop computer for any EFI programming. Brakes, Steering, Suspension,Wheels and tires. -Wilwood 12.2" front and rear disc brakes. The rears have internal e-brake system which functions well. - The front and rear suspension are from Total Control Products. Front is a full tubular control arm and double adjustable coilover. The rear is a 4 link setup with single adjustable coilover. - The steering is also TCP and is power rack and pinion. - there are sub frame connectors installed -the rear differential and axles are from Currie. The diff is a positrac type and 3.25 gearing. -Wheels are Vintage Wheel works V45 - Tires are BF goodrich Sport comp 225/50/16 and 245/50/16 The brake and fuel lines are stainless steel. The fuel line are sized for EFI. The gas tank is a new 21us gal from a 1969 mustang. The filler next has been modified to fit. The exhaust is JBA. The headers are stainless steel and are coated. The exhaust is full stainless steel to the tips. The original jacking points have been resurfaced for strength. The wiring has been redone with a Painless Wiring Harness. The car has an auxillary fuse panel in the engine bay for extra circuits, a/c, efi, fan controller. The stereo is a JVC receiver with a Alpine 5 channel amp. The receiver has bluetooth capablity and an ipod/phone connector in the console. The amp and 2 of 5 speakers are located in a custom box behind rear seat. The engine bay is the heart of the car. The engine is custom design crate engine from Coast High Performance out of California. It is a full roller ized, 331, 1 piece rear main seal setup. It dyno'd 455hp and 435 torq with a carb and efi. It has approx 10.4 compression. It runs very well and the vehicle, if driven nicely, gets very good fuel economy. I've seen 28 mpg. That was 1 person in the car and at 65mph. The radiator is a Griffin aluminum with Spaal fan and Spaal electronic controller. The controller is fully adjustable and works flawlessly. The A/C and heating is a Classic Auto Air unit. The clutch is hydraulic and works perfectly. The transmission is the heavy duty version of the Tremec T5 with Hurst shifter mechanism. The distributor is a new Pertronix 2 billet unit. The EFI is Powerjection3. It is fuel only and does not control timing. It is a return type set up. It is a self learning unit and is adjusted if needed through a supplied laptop. The engine has a Canton 7 qrt oil pan. The interior of the car is custom. There is extensive sound deadening material in the car. The roof, doors and floor area have been treated. The seats are original with bolstering, pony inserts and headrests added. It is high wear, leather type textured, vinyl material. The steering wheel is a Lecara brand leather wrapped. They door panels and handles are "pony" type along with a stock console. In the armrest storage is the ipod connector. In the glovebox is the Emergency flasher switch. In the ashtray is the connector for the EFI. There has been 3 point, retractable, certified seatbelts been added. They are Wesco Performance brand. The gauges are custom, 1 off design. As far as I know, theses are the only ones like this. The manufacturer is New Vintage Instruments. They custom make gauges. The gauges are all electronic. The speedo has 2 tripmeters and has the ability to be a adjusted very easily. The speedo has been set with a GPS and is very accurate. The instrument panel is from JME and is billet aluminum. The body was stripped to metal. The rear inner and outer quarters have been replaced. The outer quarters were attached in the sail panels like the factory and the door seams have been spot welded like factory. All badges have been removed except for the 1966 scallops ahead of the rear wheels and the lower sill plates. The doors are new. All chrome on the car is new. A lower front valance has been replaced Shelby racing unit and has a cut out for extra oil cooling. The stripes have been clear coated over. So much clear was added, you cant feel the stripe edge. The whole car has been wet sanded and polished. That is the majority of the car. There are most likely more things that I've forgotten. There is approximately 300- 350 hours of labour not including bodywork. Theres almost 300 hours in bodywork, paint and polishing. I have a manufacturer build manual and custom owners manual for the car
     

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    03cobra#694 Want to play a game? Staff Member Super Moderator

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  3. OETKB

    OETKB bad attitude Premium Member Established Member

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    Paragraphs man.
    And, beautiful car!
     
  4. Mohican

    Mohican New Member Established Member

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    It's a copy paste kind of situation
     
  5. oldstv

    oldstv Well-Known Member Premium Member Established Member

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    Looks like a fun car. You might want to advertise it on Pro-Touring.com if you haven't already.
     
  6. Mohican

    Mohican New Member Established Member

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    thanks for the advice, I will do that.
     
  7. tones_RS3

    tones_RS3 I like members members. Premium Member Established Member

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    Very, very nice.
    GLWS
     
  8. Never_Enough

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    Awesome, GLWS
     

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