My 1981 Ford Mustang Drag Race Car

You are looking at a 1981 Ford Mustang, Has Built 302 engine, cam, heads, crank, ROLLER Timing gears, "I DID NOT BUILD ENGINE" have no clue what type of parts that was used. A Race Cam and the The roller timing gears is all i know because If the hood was closed you hear them and would swear it sounds like it has a blower. Car is very fast Automatic trans, Dual 4" Exhaust pipes, 8 point roll cage, elect fuel pump, fuel cell, emergency shut off switch, new Front struts and Rear shocks, new master cyl, new front rotors calipers and brake pads, 4' Monster Tach, duel elect fans, new battery, rear traction bars, Frame connectors, all rear glass has been replaced except the two door windows. there are none Has Fuel cell in hatch Car is set up to RUN THE 1/8th mile track, change the gears in the rear end and run the 1/4 mile track. As it is, "NOT STREETABLE" "RACE TRACK CAR ONLY". PURE RACE CAR, It Can be put back on the road "ONLY I SAY AGAIN ONLY" if you replace all the extra componants that were removed for weight purposes to race, former drag car from Steel valley dragway in ohio. I HAVE OTHER parts LIKE a front header panel complete with headlights, COMPLETE Dash, Drag Slicks for the track, extra rear axles, complete rear brake setup. I have a Gal of Dodge Viper yellow Paint that i was going to paint the car with that will come as well with the car if you want it. It WAS a toy for me. i bought it to restore to race again as a project and hobby

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Mustang 10.0's @ 135 MPH in 1/4 Mile
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EXHAUST ▶ 1981 T-Top Coupe with 3" exhaust - Prochamber and Hooker Super Comp
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► 2015 Ford Mustang Build Dry Run Timelapse
When you only have five hours to assemble a 2015 Ford Mustang convertible at the Empire State Building, 1,000 feet above Manhattan, practice makes perfect. Watch the crew from DST Industries do it in 35 seconds. As the world honors 50 years of Ford Mustang, what better way to celebrate one of the most iconic car brands than putting one back on top of one of the most iconic buildings? When Ford and the Empire State Building decided to display a new 2015 Mustang convertible on the 86th floor observation deck, Ford turned to a longtime supplier for the unique expertise required to make this happen. In a world where tiny startups are regularly swallowed up by established behemoths, Ford Motor Company and Romulus, Mich.-based DST Industries have been collaborators for nearly six decades. In 1965 -- the only other time in the Empire State Building's 83-year history a car was displayed on its open-air deck -- a DST crew was on hand to show off that Mustang convertible. With several weeks of fabricating and practice behind them, and the crates on a truck and headed to New York, the DST crew is resting up ahead of some long nights this week assembling and disassembling the Mustang. The Triple Yellow 2015 Mustang convertible will be on display for visitors to the Empire State Building observation deck April 16-17. When the deck closes to the public at 2 a.m. April 18, the crew will descend on the display car to reverse the entire process and remove it before visitors return at 8 a.m. ► SUBSCRIBE NOW: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=youcarpress ► FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/youcarpress ► TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/youcartv ► GOOGLE+: http://plus.google.com/+YouCarPress




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