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.
2013 Mustang Boss 302 - Jay Leno's Garage
2013 Mustang Boss 302. Mustang Chief Engineer Dave
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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!
1976 Mustang II Cobra II
1969 302 bored 30 over with Speed Pro pistons. It has 1970 351W heads and
Edlebrock intake with 600 cfm carb. Hooker Super Comp headers and Hooker
Super Comp Mufflers. Comp Cam and 1.7 roller rockers. PST front end kit
with G-Max larger diameter sway bars both front and back with KYB shocks
all around. This car handles great for as light that it is.
1978 Mustang Cobra II
Progress of my '78 Cobra II. The green and black Cobra is the one my
parents bought new. After that its the progress I have made since I bought
it. First pictures are from the Craigslist ad. The last pictures are as it
Lost FORD Cobra
Lost FORD 197x Cobra
In 1978 a limited edition of Ford Falcon Cobra muscle car was introduced.
It was based on the XC 2dr Hardtop Coupe
When the Broadmeadows Assembly plant ended its production of the Ford
Falcon XC coupe in March 1978 Ford Australia was left with 400 Hardtop body
shells and no idea how to market them. Rather than scrap them Ford
conferred with Edsel Ford II, Deputy Managing Director of Ford Motor
Company, who was in Australia at that time. Along with a local design team
he chose to capitalize on the astounding 1-2 finish of Allan Moffat and
Colin Bond at the 1977 Bathurst 1000 and created a road car with a complete
American style that could be structured for racing, at the same time giving
enthusiasts an opportunity to have a street-legal version of Moffats race
car. The first prototype was produced in April 1978 with production
beginning July of 1978.
In order to give the Ford Falcon Cobra the Ford muscle car identity, the
cars were painted as a throwback to Carroll Shelbys Mustangs of the 1960s. To give them
this identifiable paint job the body shells were first painted blue, the
blue stripes masked and the white painted over the blue. For the finishing
touch a Cobra emblem was added. Each car was given its individual serial
number and fitted with sequentially-numbered plaques (from 1-400) in the
The first 200 cars produced were fitted with the 351 Cleveland V8 (5.8L),
the next 200 cars were given the 302 Cleveland V8 (4.9L). Cobras were
available with either transmission, automatic of manual. Four-wheel disc
brakes and limited slip axles along with 15-inch Barthurst Globe wheels and
front & rear spoilers came as standard equipment on Cobras. The interior
was given stylish sport leather seats in black with blue inserts.
Numbers 2 to 31 were tagged Option 97 with optional parts to give them the
ability to be change over for racing, along with dual thermostatically
controlled fans, an engine oil cooler and and racing seats. They could be
identified by a rear-opening bulge in the hood. In 1978 Allan Moffat raced
one of these cars in the Barthurst 1000.