512 Road Race 67 Mustang @ Shelby Club Mini-Nats 08/08
My 67 Fastback Mustang Again... This event was the first event with my new 3-link coil over rear suspension that I designed. It worked extremely well and I expect it'll get a tad better with a little more tuning. The front end now pushes real bad - I'm assuming this is due to the spool in the rear end.
The spool worked quite well with the leaf spring suspension - but with the rear tires in better contact with the ground the car wants to continue in a straight line rather than turn in. The spool will be replaced before the next event with a Half Tight DPI platinum LSD.
The miss shift between 6 and 7 was actually just an accidental shift into neutral, so the 9k peak was just a free rev. The motor should be capable of spinning near 10k with out trouble (not tested...) though it makes the most power well before that.
More information and photos of the car can be found here:
512 Mustang @ SAAC Vintage Race 1 of 3
My 67 Fastback Mustang
participating in the 2008 Shelby Club Vintage Exhibition Race held during
the Mini-Nats celebration at Thunderhill Raceway. This is a great event
that the Nor Cal Shelby Club puts on once a year, and I'm extremely happy
to be a part of it. This video is in three parts due to the length of the
1967 MUSTANG FASTBACK DRAGCAR AT FONTANA
SNIFF BROTHERS RACING 67 Mustang FASTBACK BACKHALFED CAR.
WEIGHS 3135 WITH 185 LB DRIVER AND RUNS 357 INCH MILDLY PUMPED CLEVELAND
WITH DANA SNIFF RACING TRANSMISSIONS TRANSBRAKE C-6 WITH 4200 STALL SPEED
CONVERTER. 11.13 AT 119.68. DANA SNIFF TRANSMISSIONS. IRVINE, CALIF 92604
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512 Road Race Mustang @ Laguna Seca - Corkscrew Invitational 2010
My 1967 Mustang Fastback
dedicated Road Race car @ Mazda Raceway, Laguna Seca for the Corkscrew
Invitational Race - September 18/19 2010.
The car has gone through many changes since the last posted videos. The
front suspension has been completely redesigned to allow wider front tires
and improved suspension geometry. The engine is essentially the same,
though now uses a belt drive for the camshaft rather than a timing chain.
This event was great fun. It had been ~12 years since this car was driven
at Laguna Seca due to the strict sound restrictions at the track. This
event was held on one of the allowed open sound weekends and was a great
success. Thanks to Hooked On Driving, the Nor-Cal Shelby Club, and the
other clubs that made this event happen.
This particular footage is from the session before the race on Sunday.
Unfortunately the camera stopped after a lap or two of the race, so I don't
have complete footage. We did finish in first place, with a very fast
Panoz in a close second. It was a great race, I passed the Panoz cleanly
in turn 9, and worked hard to stay in front for the last three or so laps.
This is the same video file as my last upload, this time using a much
1967 Mustang First Burnout
67 Mustang test burnout
half way through the build. 427 side oiler fast xfi injection 8 pack
induction. We wanted to see if anything was going to break before final
teardown for finish of build. Nothing broke !
1967 Shelby Mustang Terlingua Coupe
Original S-Code 390c/u with a 4 speed transmission. Shelby Trans Am coupe
Motor: Ford 302 Roller Block, 347c/u, Solid lifters, Probe Pistons,
Aluminum Heads, Comp Cam XR-286 R-10,
Transmission: Tremec TKO600 RR Transmission
Canton 9qt. road race oil pan and windage tray
Front Suspension: Total Control upper and lower control arms, Total Control
Coil-Overs, Total Control Rack & Pinion, 1 1/4" Sway Bar
Brakes: SSBC 4 Wheel Disc Brakes
Cooling: Big Block Radiator with dual electric fans
Fuel: Holly 650 d/p Carb.
22 Gallon Fuel Safe
Exhaust: JBA Headers, Magna-Flow
Tubular Mufflers Side exit pipes,
Rear Suspension: Pan Hard bar, 9" Posi rear, 389:1 ratio, Spax Adj. Shocks,
5 leaf rear springs, Traction Bars,
Wheels: PSE 15" x 8" Tires: Dunlop 245/50/15,
Set-up JBA racing
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1967 Mustang Shelby SC 827 hp Burn Out
1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT
Supercharged 825 hp
1967 Mustang Fastback
that has been meticulously restored.
Car was original life long California rust free car with 54,000.
We had car shipped to MN from California 2 years ago and stared
restoration. We built the car with aspirations of the 1967 Mustang Shelby GT350S which was a
Supercharged Version of the GT350; only (1) was ever sold.
The motor is a 346 cu in Ford with a Paxton Novi 1500 Supercharger. This supercharge was specifically
made for the 1967 Ford Mustang chassis and for a small block
ford with the Nostalgia look.
In "Street Mode" on 92 octane pump gas with 12 lbs of Boost it makes 705 Dynoed horsepower and 560 Torque.
In "Race Mode" on C-12 race gas with 181 lbs Boost it makes 825 Dynoed horsepower and 656 Torque.
This is a seriously high performance/Street/Track/Show car that was
professionally built. No expense was spared; car has 200 miles since
Car was to have Performance that does not need constant mechanical
tinkering, a high performance car you can own without being a mechanic. To
go from "Street Mode" to "Race Mode" it is a simply pulley/belt change,
turn knob to retard timing, and dump in 110 octane race gas. Takes about
Paxton Novi 1500 Supercharger
Bary grant AL Radiator
Elec Fuel pump
373 Posi rear end
Cal trax springs and bars
C6- Mild (2800) stall converter
Phantom Auto meter gauges
Custom built headers by Ed
3" manderel bent Exhaust
Sub frame connectors made to look stock.
Call for more details Devern 763-286-4232
High Speed on Track at 2007 ARRC Road Atlanta 500hp Mustang
Incar Camera from road atlanta race November 11 2007 race has been shorten
on tape to fit time on google Video, the car is a SN95 Mustang prep to SCCA ITO and AV8
Sportsman rules. Driver Brion Gluck is racing for the Wounded Warrior
Project .org to raise awareness of this great Program and support our
Veterans.The Wounded Warrior Project is dedicated to serving the needs of a
new generation of veterans and ensuring that the United States government
and the American public live by our motto, "Putting Veterans first in
America." The 2007 racing season dedicated to Sgt."Eddie" Brand 1st Cav
Div, US Army KIA, IRAQ March 2007 God Speed Sgt Brand