1969 Ford Mustang Fastback Stroker 351 Cleveland - Area 52 Restorations Project Update
I went over to Area 52 Restorations today to get an update on the 57 Chevy
Bel Air project, but unfortunately the owner had already picked up the car.
I decided to show you what Jimmy is working on right now. He restored
this 1969 Ford Mustang a
while back and the owner has been taking it to shows and driving the heck
out of it every since. They decided to respray the car to touch up some
chips and scratches that came from using the car so much. They recently
dropped in a stroker 351 Cleveland V8 as well. I'm not sure of the cubic
inches on this engine since the stroker kit was installed, but it's
definitely a powerhouse. I hope you find it interesting...thanks for
Filmed at Area 52 Restorations in Troy, IL. You can contact Jimmy at
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
electric piano. 011
Bouncy, Grooving 2010
1970 Ford Mustang Fastback Restomod - 351W with Boss 351 Stripe Kit
351c.i. 4BBL (Windsor) Performance Built (#s Match) V8, Automatic (FMX)
Transmission, 9in Rear w/ 2.79 Gear Ratio, P. Steering, P. 4 Wheel P. Disc
Brakes w/ Cross Drilled Rotors, Headers w/ Performance Dual Exhaust System, Boss Striping, Dual Sport
Mirrors, Nicely Detailed Engine Compartment, Alpine AM/FM/CD, Custom Center
Console, Recaro Seats w/ Sparco 4 Point Seat Belts, Front Spoiler, Rear
Wing, Lowered, Sport Slats, Blacked Out Shaker Hood, Appears to have
Original Floors, Quarters, & Fenders, Aluminum FR500 Wheels (18x9 Front
18x10 Rear), Low Profile Performance Radial Tires, Approx. 1,500 Miles on
Rebuilt Engine & Transmission, Recent Complete Restoration, Tastefully
Built Resto-Mod Pony Car!!
1970 Ford Boss 302 Mustang - Very Original Factory Muscle Car
I thought you would like a look at this all original 1970 Ford Boss 302 Mustang equipped with a
302c.i. 4BBL 290 H.P. (Boss) (#s Matching) V8, 4 Speed Wide Ratio Top
Loader (#s Matching) Transmission, 9in Rear w/ 3.50 Traction-Lok, P.
Steering, P. Disc Brakes, Shaker Hood, Emissions Equipped, Factory Rev
Limiter, Hurst Shifter, Dual Sport Mirrors, Bucket Seats, Seat Belts, Marti
Report & Build Sheet, Sport Slats, Front & Rear Spoilers, Space Saver Spare
& Canister, Original Competition Yellow Paint! (Paint Code-D), Original
Medium Ginger Interior! (Trim Code-CF), Magnum 500 Wheels w/ Radial Tires,
Original Fenders, Quarters, & Floors, With the Exception of Some Minor
Replacement Parts... ...This Car is Very Original!! 1 of Only 2 Produced w/
this Color/Interior Combination! True Survivor 36,xxx Actual Mile Boss
302!!! Thanks for watching!
Jay Leno's Garage: Custom 1969 Ford Mustang Fastback
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Jay's neighbor Bodie Stroud stops by the garage with his latest and
greatest: a chopped, widened fastback featuring one of ten 494 all-aluminum
BOSS engines, originally made for (and signed by!) Mario Andretti in 1969.
Holy burnout, Batman!
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'69 Shelby Cobra GT 500
Sail down the coast with a '69 Shelby Cobra GT 500 full of passengers. A
shade of blue/green that is just mesmerizing to look at. Almost as perfect
as the day it was delivered, still has the "Starting Instructions" flyer on
the driver's sun visor and the addition of Carroll Shelby's signature on
the glovebox lid. A beautiful example of this quintessentially classic
From the owner:
Restored by Keith Craft in 2010. Repainted to its original color of
Gulfstream Aqua. It currently has about 55,000 miles on the ODO.
It has its original matching numbers 428 CJ engine and top loader 4-speed
transmission, and original interior (though the seats are in storage so
they don't get worn out).
At Mustang Northwest's 19th
Annual Mustang Roundup, the
car took 2nd place (was painted black at the time).
Won a silver medal in 2010 at Mid America Mustang Nationals.
More recently it was selected as one of the top 20 cars at the 2011 Shelby
Bash car show, placed third at the La Jolla Concours, and won second at the
2011 COCOA Concours de Nice (pronounced the "nice" not "niece").
To preserve the original engine, I had Keith Craft build a 427 side oiler
which is being installed this week. That should give the car quite a bit
more power, while allowing me to store the original engine for
Car Warriors - S01E01 - Ford Mustang 1966
Car Warriors is a competition unlike any other. Every week, two of the
country's most talented and colorful local garages will have one crazy
challenge: Build an ENTIRE CAR from a piece of junk -- in just 72 hours.
It's the ultimate car building competition.
134465 / 1970 Ford Mustang Boss Snake
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/pzzjzf7
If you're looking for the ULTIMATE pro-tourer to spend time riding in,
instead of time working on, it's an excellent place to park your money!
Commissioned as Goodguys 2010 giveaway car, this stunning Mustang was designed by Kaucher
Kustoms and built by RPM Hot Rods of Coraopolis, Pennsylvania. Naturally,
the experts at RPM decided a project this cool was worthy of more than just
a glorified replica. So they executed a ground up vision that ensured the
newly christened Ford would perform every bit as good as it looks. With
parts on order and a plan in hand, the work began with a Dynacorn-supplied
'69 fastback body. When that body was smooth, many labor-intensive
modifications, which included a filled and re-imagined hood, filled and
relocated side scoops and a custom rear valence, were painstakingly
perfected. And when that canvas was solid in all the right places, a
pearlescent coat of PPG Goodguys Yello was decked with a satin black racing
stripes and subtle red pin stripes.
Riddle me this: what does an enterprising hot rod shop do when a Boss 429
or a 428 Super Cobra Jet just won't cut it? They order a professionally
built Jon Kaase racing engine that produces a Dyno-proven 770 horsepower and 720lb./ft. of
pavement melting torque! Pull the pins on this awesome Mustang's hood and you'll find a 520
cubic inch Boss Nine V8 that's been tweaked, bathed in a slick coat of
black paint and fully dressed in some of the best aftermarket components on
Behind that massaged motor you'll find a fresh Tremec T6 Magnum 6-speed
that's bolted to a tough Centerforce clutch. Lift the third pedal and that
modern transmission sends power to a Currie nine inch rear end that's
equipped with a posi-traction Detroit Locker, stout 3.89 gears and beefy 35
spline axles. And at the corners of the car, power flows to the ground
through custom Intro wheels which spin 245/40ZR18 front and 335/30ZR18 rear
BF Goodrich G-Force T/As around slightly stretched wheel openings.
Open this pony's solid-fitting doors and you'll find a tasteful custom
interior that was likely the most labor-intensive part of the car's entire
build. The firm bucket seats, factory units that were cut down to achieve a
lower seating position, are covered in Finish Line leather, stitched with
bright yellow thread and fitted with Ride Tech harnesses. In front of those
seats, the car's completely custom dash, which is detailed with a subtle
red pin stripe, hangs "GOODGUYS BOSS SNAKE" branded gauges between small
tweeter speakers, controls for Vintage Air conditioning and a custom-framed
Clarion navigation system. Beneath that dash, a leather-covered and
yellow-stitched console props an MP3 jack and controls for the car's Ride
Tech suspension system behind a short Hurst shifter and simple power window
switches. Behind that console, a custom-fabricated and leather-trimmed
cargo area, which conceals the massive amount of hardware needed for the
car's ShockWave suspension, anchors two Kicker subwoofers between two
Kicker QS quarter speakers and three Kicker IX amplifiers that produce a
combined 1,500 watts. And in front of the driver, a polished Delta D
steering wheel spins around a Flaming River tilt steering column.
If you're looking for a fully sorted pro-tourer that's scary fast and an
absolute blast to drive, we have the car for you! Call, click or visit
http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.
1970 MACH I MUSTANG RESTO MOD WITH 427 SOHC PUSHING 750HP 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
Mustang Sportsroof 1969
My excellent Mustang.
Filmed in Oslo Norway late summer 2010. I did the filming, my brother
Christian where the driver and my friend Truls was the driver of the camera
car. I made this video just for fun, and as a memory of all the great times
I have had with this great car.
First song: Flash Callahan - Do you know the truth
About the car:
First time registered in Oslo, Norway March 2008.
It came from Florida in 2007
Mach 1 interior with 302 5L V8
Used a Canon 5d Mark II with different lenses and Adobe premiere and
132894 / 1969 Ford Mustang
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This sinister 1969 Mustang
pro-tourer is a take-no-prisoners muscle car which is ready to compete,
drive or race anytime and anywhere!
All of this Mustangs solid
panels were stripped to bare metal and thoroughly worked to transform it
from a nice piece of machinery into a trophy winning piece of art. Once
that canvas was as close to perfect as possible, and displayed excellent
fit and finish, a dynamic coat of Raven Black urethane was expertly
applied, sealed in a glossy clearcoat shell and buffed to a fantastic
Pull the pins on this awesome Mustangs solid steel hood and you'll
find an 800 horsepower, 557 cubic inch
Jon Kaase V8 which twists out 750 lb./ft. of torque and wears some of the
best aftermarket components on the planet. At the top of the engine, a
bright blue air cleaner feeds a chrome 1050cfm Holley carburetor through a
K&N reusable filter which sits just inside the cars fully functional hood
scoop. Below that carburetor, a silver powder coated Jon Kaase alloy intake
is bolted between Kaase Boss 9 aluminum heads which have been fitted with
silver powder coated "Boss 557" valve covers and finished with chrome K&N
crankcase breathers. Below those heads, 10.4 to 1 pistons combine with a
roller cam to create explosive combustion; and in front of those heads, a
reliable points distributor sends fire through blue Jon Kaase racing wires
which have been fitted with MSD end caps. At the sides of the block, custom
2.25 inch Metalcrafters ceramic coated headers send vaporized dinosaurs
into a brutal sounding Exhaust system.
And at the front of the block, a Billet Specialties Tru Trac serpentine
system spins a chrome alternator and a high performance aluminum water pump
behind a full array of billet pulleys and a proven Be Cool aluminum
Behind the big 557, a fresh Tremec TKO500 5-speed manual transmission turns
a traditional nine inch Ford rear end which has been equipped with a
Detroit Locker center section, a Fab 9 housing and seat bending 3.90 gears.
Holding that driveline off the ground is a Heidts front and rear suspension
which includes polished tubular control arms and polished tie rod ends up
front, polished coil over shocks at all four corners, and Raven Black sway
bars at both ends of the car. After Metalcrafters installed the suspension,
they stiffened the frame by grafting Heidts subframe connectors into the
floor; and fabricated a custom Exhaust
system which sends spent gases from a ceramic coated H-pipe to either
mufflers with ceramic coated tail pipes or electronically activated cut
outs. Step on the throttle and a polished fuel tank supplies gas to a
finned electric fuel pump and fresh stainless fuel lines. Step on the
brakes and four wheel electronically assisted Wilwood power discs provide
serious resistance for the serious motor. All that stop and go flows
through 15 inch chrome Magnum 500 wheels that are wrapped in 215/70 front
and 275/60 rear BF Goodrich Radial T/As.
Peer inside this awesome '69 Mustang and you'll find a black and
silver interior that is, like the rest of the car, an exceptional mix of
both vintage and modern pieces. The seats are thick units which wear
traditional Clarion Knit covers under two piece racing belts. And the
like-new dual cowl dash holds a custom silver instrument panel with a full
assortment of Auto Meter Phantom gauges above an MP3 compatible Sony Xplod
CD player. Below the dash, a custom black and silver center console,
courtesy of the guys at Metalcrafters, holds a traditional chrome Hurst
shifter between Auto Meter auxiliary gauges and switches for the cars power
windows. And above the seats, a heavy duty vinyl headliner hangs over a
solid Metalcrafters roll bar which runs from the kick panels all the way to
the rear hatch. In front of the driver, a chrome Grant GT steering wheel is
bolted to a tilt steering column which is complete with a billet aluminum
hub and billet stalks. And Behind the cockpit, Infinity Kappa speakers hang
over a custom upholstered trunk which displays a cool satin finished "Boss
Stunning to look at, thrilling to drive, and exceptional to show, this 1969
Mustang is a timeless
state-of-the-art pro tourer that will draw crowds for years! Call, click or
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