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BOSS engines, originally made for (and signed by!)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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DEATH OF A TRANS AM WS6!!
After a year of beating on the stock block after all the mods, and
approaching 98k miles, the LS1 block finally started having excessing
blow-by in the cylinders and also blowing oil into the upper crankcase
housing. It ran strong, producing idle launch 1/4 times of 12.4 @ 118MPH.
But....IT'S TIME TO GO BIG!! Updates on the way...
Car has LS1 motor, cam, Dart Pro 1 stage 3 heads, headers, Borla Exhaust, cutout, LS6 intake, lid, K&N, tune, ASP
pulley, Hurst shifter, shift light, Nitto Drag Radials, DragLite wheels,
Moser 4.10 gears and more.
Motor work was done at East Texas Muscle Cars. Airbrushing by Allen Jonez -
lid design is from the Disturbed Ten Thousand Fists album.
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MAIER Racing: 1966 Mustang Coupe - /BIG MUSCLE
• Mike Maier
If you've ever driven a bone-stock mid-1960's Ford Mustang, then you know that these
little cars make wonderful cruisers. They possess movie-star good looks and
turn heads everywhere. Drive them hard though and you'll soon realize that
what lies beneath that sheet metal is usually in need of some serious
improvement . Mike Maier of Maier Racing is the owner of this stunning blue
1966 coupe, a car that was supposed to have been bought as a play toy for
him and his wife. However when you grow up in a racing family, leaving
things alone is generally not an option. Little by little the Mustang evolved away from the family
hot-rod and into a test bed for new parts. More importantly than that
though, it's now one of the baddest street 'Stangs on the planet. Most
people will tell you that "Bigger is always better"... one drive in the
Maier Racing '66 coupe however may make you rethink that statement