1970 MACH I MUSTANG RESTO MOD WITH 427 SOHC PUSHING 750 HP UPDATE SOLD!!!
Hello, everyone this is a walk around video of a 1970 Mach I resto mod Mustang. This was finished a couple months ago and just stored in the garage. It has never been used since full restoration. It has 1 test mile on it. The body recieved a full roisserie restore. It is all metal with no filler. The interior was all replaced and well as the custom suspension, drivetrain, etc.
The engine is a custom 427 SOHC cammer motor that pushes out a whopping 750 HP. These were very rare engine being only 300-500 ever made in 1964 by Ford. This one is extremly rare as it was also a Holman and Moody racing engine.
The transmission is a built C-6 with a shift kit and a 3500 stall convertor. The rear end is a Ford 9" Detroit Locker with 350 gears.
The suspension is a Martz 4 link. It also has a full Martz chassis as well. The car has 4 wheel Wilwood power disk brakes. The rotors are vented and slotted for better braking. The wheels are 17" American racing polished alloys wheels. The car has custom autometer gauges. The car also has A/C and power steering which was added.
If anyone has any questions please feel free to call me at 570-875-7109. The price is not cheap. Sorry but no trades. Thanks so much. Marty
Ford SOHC (Woodward 2009)
Part of the DetroitDemigod collection on DA (DeviantArt.com) The 2009
Woodward Dream Cruise in Detroit, MI.
~Ford 427 SOHC (Single OverHead Cam)
527 cubic inch 427 Ford SOHC on the dyno - 870 Horsepower!
427 SOHC Ford FE on the Dyno. Made 870 horsepower at 7000 RPM and
722 TQ! Absolute top line components throughout - as nice as a Cammer
That's 1.65 HP per cubic inch and 1.37 TQ per cube from a vintage style
Billet 4.375 stroke steel crankshaft. Billet 6.700 Oliver rods. Iron
4.375 bore Genesis block. Highly modified Coon Cammer heads with raised
ports that flow 456 cfm. Highly modified Dove single plane intake with
sideways mounted Quick Fuel 850 carbs. Billet .705 lift cams. Prototype
T&D roocker system. Compression is 11.5:1 with custom Diamond pistons,
skirt coating and an .043-.043-3.0mm ring package. Crank trigger ignition
with custom "T" handle MSD wires. Billet rail Moroso mid-sump oil pan.
Meziere water pump.
1965 AFX 427 SOHC test drive.wmv
Just a quick update on the car.For the most part finished, just a couple
little things.Heres a walk around and a bit of a Test drive. This actually
is the first time Ive driven it down the road.Weather and Holidays so,
Merry X-Mas to me. It was awesome so far no issues exept those Pie crust
slicks just spin all the time. Barely get on the throttle and they spin.
AWESOME Perfect street car other than I think i just went through 2 gallons
of Fuel to do this Video.
Ford 427 SOHC Cammer on dyno - 614 horsepower at 6500RPM
Original S.O.H.C. Cammer, built by Survival Motorsports, on the engine Dyno. This was with a
428 crank, Lemans rods, unported iron heads, a factory dual plane 2x4
intake and car, and LSM reproduction stock cams. Compression was dropped
to 10.8:1 for pump gas, but tests were run with turbo Blue 110 for safety's sake. Sorry about the
Peak power was 614 at 6500RPM, peak torque was 554 at 5200RPM.
1968 mustang fastback 427 ride
427 Tunnel Port in a 1968 Mustang fastback. First time driven
on the street.
Thanks for all the helpful comments, It had a wiped camshaft lobe during
this video. It has been repaired and now runs like it should. I have other
videos posted after the engine rebuild.
427 Ford Cammer
This car 4 days before the video was taken was in a backyard in Arizona for
30 years. It was for sale on CRAIGSLIST!!!! and this guy bought it, fresh
gas and showed up at the cruise in Scottsdale, AZ off of Indian Head Rd.
1961 Ford Starliner that someone had stuffed in a 427 cammer motor. Open
headers, sounds even better in person.
Lot S147 1966 Ford Fairlane 427SOHC
- 1966 Ford Fairlane 500XL modified by Holman-Moody
- Black-on-Black, Deluxe bench-seat interior
- 600hp 427 SOHC engine with T-10 4-speed
- NASCAR-spec 9" Ford rear with floating axles
- NASCAR front suspension & heavy duty brakes
- Video documentation featuring Lee Holman and Howard Dehart
- Custom display sign