Here it is. I've worked out most of the issues on the car. This was basically a shake down cruise so no hot rodding. I gave it a little gas in places, but never more than half way.
This is a 1970 Mercury Cyclone GT
It has a bone stock 351C 2V. the only mod being the Exhaust which is turbo mufflers that dump before the axle.
I hope you enjoy the ride! I know I did!
1970 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler BluOT032412
This is the second time I've videoed this car, I believe. I've got better views of the interior in this one...a very unusual car, and it's for sale! It represents the trend at the time to make some very profitable special edition cars...the 429 c.i. engine and Hurst 4 speed was standard with this car, as were the spoilers, special hood and handling enhancements.
351c Cleveland in 71 Mustang
Quick video of the Mustangs 351c running, the overwhelming noise is the electric fan, sorry. Engine is 351 +0.030", Ross 10.5:1 forged flat top pistons, Eagle H-Beams, 4MA Ford nodular iron crank, Aussie 2V Quench chamber pocket ported heads with stainless valves, Crane 272H cam and springs, retainers etc, Crane Gold roller rockers (heads machined for 7/16" Manley studs), Comp Magnum Pushrods and guideplates, Msd 6al, Procomp Billet dizzy, Procomp Gilmer drive belt kit (belt was too long as in kit), Weiand X-Celarator single plane and Holley 650 Vac sec, Boss Hog converter 2500 stall, FMX with transgo shift kit, The Block and heads castings are original bits every other Component and nut or bolt is new. Arp mains studs, Head bolts, Rod capscrews etc etc. More Vids to follow, any questions just shout. Please see our website www.statesv8sracing.co.uk
70 Mercury Cyclone GT
1970 Mercury Cyclone GT inspection, first start in over 1 year. We were inspecting this car for a friend who was interested in a purchase.