Check out this awesome modified 77 Mustang Cobra II, owned by Competition Auto Body. http://www.SandyAutomotive.com
This car features 410 hp, a 347 ci stroked engine, 10:1 compression, aluminum 2.0 heads, Comp Cam w/ 280 Dur./512 lift, aluminum roller rockers, custom length push rods, a c4 race transmission w/2800 stall converter, 3:73 gear ratio, posi rear end and much more.
See part II of this Mustang in action on the race track at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhxX162rrKI. Also, check back for the results of the custom interior renovation once complete in Part III.
1977 Modified Mustang Cobra II - Part 2 (Drag Racing)
First time at the drag races, this modified 77 Mustang Cobra II gets broken in with
some moderate intensity trial runs at the Portland Int'l Raceway. Owned by
Competition Auto Body at http://www.SandyAutomotive.com.
This car features 410 hp, a 347 ci stroked engine, 10:1 compression,
aluminum 2.0 heads, Comp Cam w/ 280 Dur./512 lift, aluminum roller rockers,
custom length push rods, a c4 race transmission w/2800 stall converter,
3:73 gear ratio, posi rear end and much more.
1978 Ford Mustang II King Cobra 289 V8 4 BBL - Nicest I've Seen
I thought you might like a look at this 1978 Ford Mustang II King Cobra. A lot of time
and money has gone into the construction of this one. It's powered by a
healthy 289 V8, topped with all the Shelby Cobra accessories, a polished
intake, and a Holley 4 BBL carb. All that power is being sent throught a
C4 automatic trans with a Hurst shifter. The metallic blue paint is slick,
it has a custom Shelby tri-duct style hood, and it's riding on some
Halibrand knock-off style wheels. The interior looks like new and they
upgraded the stereo with an Amp, aftermarket speakers, and a subwoofer.
This really is the nicest Mustang II I've come across. These
cars are very lightweight as well, so it should move along pretty well with
that 289 under the hood. I hope you find it interesting, thanks for taking
Filmed at Gateway Classic Cars near St Louis, MO
The next background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin
MacLeod. Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported
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
Nightmare in the making
Video starts with Nightmare the way it was when I got it. Then the way it
is now. Ends with some pics from 78 of my parents Cobra II. Has a 302 with
a 4 spd. When it was painted I had new fiberglass spoilers and bumpers put
on front and rear. New carpet, seats from a Infinity, & all red taillights.
2013 Mustang Boss 302 - Jay Leno's Garage
2013 Mustang Boss 302. Mustang Chief Engineer Dave
Pericak gives Jay a detailed look at the new Boss 302 - 444 naturally
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1978 Ford King Cobra with Bill (ASP)
Check out the ASP's Blog: (http://autoshowcaseproject.blogspot.com/)
Auto-Showcase Project (ASP) presents Bill's 1978 Ford King Cobra.
Interesting fact, Bill's King Cobra was actually in the movie Zookeeper
with Kevin James. He stated that Kevin James actually sat in his car!
Plus, he autographed his car!
ASP thanks Bill for showcasing his 1978 Ford King Cobra.
Project 460 Fox Mustang Part 3
The race engine is ready to go! Here are the specs.
1979 460 +.030 (466 cu. in.)
Speed Pro Hypereutectic Pistons 12.5/1 Compression
Probe H-Beam forged steel rods
Trick Flow Aluminum Heads W/Stainless valves 2.2 Int 1.76 ex
Harland Sharp Roller Rocker Arms
Comp Cams roller cam .650 lift 280 duration
Weiand Stealth Aluminum dual plane intake
Holley 870 CFM Street Avenger Carb
For the soundtrack I went to the Tone Dr and he wrote me a prescription for
some Doobies, (the legal kind). Thanks, Dale, for another awesome lesson!
If you are a guitar player, or want to be, I suggest that you visit the
ToneDr channel. He is great player and teacher and just an awesome guy!
Sexy Turbo Mustang - 2
Here is more video of Gisele in a turboMustang.
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1975 Ford Mustang ii 302f V8 Restauration
2012 Totalumbaubeginn Ford Mustang, in 4 Tagen habe ich das Pony
komplett, bis auf die Achsen vorne und hinten, zerlegt.
Das Auto wird nach der Abmontage der Achsen zum Sandstrahlen gebracht und
stellt eine äusserst gute Basis dar.Kein Rost am Unterboden, lediglich ein
paar Roststellen sind am Heckteil und an der Karosse zu finden.
Der Mustang stand ca. 4
Jahre in einem Schuppen und wird nun gerettet.Der V8 Motor ist beim ersten
umdrehen sofort gelaufen und hat nen Mördersound! Natürlich braucht es
jetzt ein bisschen Liebe und Geduld.Die Farbe letztendlich wird schwarz
matt mit weiss matten Streifen.Stay tuned!
Mustang II: The Unsung Hero -- Mustang Countdown
Forty years ago this fall, Ford introduced an all-new second generation Mustang. At 19 inches shorter
and 500 pounds lighter than the 1973 model it replaced, it was a radical
departure. Mustang II was
more of a return to the premise of the original 1965 model, light, nimble
and affordable. While many performance fans derided the Mustang II, it arrived just in time
for the first big oil price spike as well as new emissions control and
safety regulations. It certainly wasn't a muscle car and didn't even have a
V8 engine in the first year on sale. But it was the right Mustang for the time and nearly
400,000 customers agreed in 1974, the highest sales since 1966. Without the
success of Mustang II, the
line may well have gone extinct in the 1970s. Today, Mustang II is seeing a resurgence as
enthusiasts see the lightweight, nimble platform as a good starting point
for a fun performance machine with engine, suspension and brake upgrades.
In this episode of Mustang
Countdown, Ford Racing's John Clor extolls the virtues of his favorite Mustang.