Exterior Design and Interior Design 1966 Mustang GT Fastback by Ford

Exterior Design and Interior Design 1966 Mustang GT Fastback by Ford – It took Ford less than two years to crank out a million Mustangs. That’s a lot. But precious few were decked out like Jim and Earla Turcich’s heartthrob 1966, with its K-code Hi-Performance 289 engine, GT Equipment Group, four-speed transmission, styled steel wheels, and Candyapple Red color. Of those that were so built, Jim’s 1966 stands alone. Not only is it supremely equipped, but it is spectacularly original too, having never been restored and rolling up a little more than 13,000 miles, an average of less than 300 miles in each of its 48 years. But that’s not all. This Mustang also has a pile of original paper—title, window sticker, sales contract, warranty statement, the whole package. And even that’s not all. The interior has the original carpet, clock/tach Rally Pack, rubber floor mats, upholstery, and sport steering wheel, cracks and all. It also has the wide Shelby seatbelts installed by the dealer. Under the hood is the Hi-Performance 289, with factory paint and the heads still factory sealed. The intake was removed when the dealer installed the Cobra kit, which also adds ……

Exterior Design 2003 Mustang Fashback Concept by Ford

Exterior Design 2003 Mustang Fashback Concept by Ford – Despite having said in previous occasions that putting a modern engine in a classic car is not one of my favorite options, the 2003 Ford Mustang Fastback ’65 Concept was the Mustang that made me choose a muscle car as a favorite back in 2003, And decantarme for the most famous pony car in history and more specifically, in the model of 1965. So that’s precisely what FRPP engineered to wow show goers at this years Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show: a fully restored 1965 Mustang 2+2 powered by a special version of FRPPs hot new 5.0-liter, four-valve Cammer crate engine producing 420 horsepower. It’s the perfect marriage of Ford’s Mustang performance heritage and the very latest in advanced modular V-8 engine technology. After the introduction of the 5.0L Cammer at last year’s SEMA show in the FR100 pickup truck, many hot rod enthusiasts were not looking forward to dealing with the modern-day electronic fuel injection system, so Ford Racing engineers took note, and this year’s Mustang Cammer crate engine features a classic downdraft carburetor setup, with four, two-barrel Webers sitting atop a custom Ford ……

Exterior Design and Interior Design 1964 Mustang Concept III by Ford

Exterior Design and Interior Design 1964 Mustang Concept III by Ford – The Mustang III had been built in the immediate aftermath of finalization of the design for the original Ford Mustang, the famed “1964-1/2″ to which no enthusiast needs an introduction. Robert McNamara was gone from Ford, but the former president’s influence of conservatism still hung in the air. Initial intentions to build the new Mustang as a two-seater had been overcome by a desire to make the new car “family-friendly” i.e. a four-seater – and therefore sellable to a wider market. Time and over a million sales would prove that the decision had been a good one. Nonetheless, dreams of “what might have been” hung thick in the air in Dearborn. While the nose is standard ’65 Mustang fare, the fiberglass bodywork aft of the firewall was unique to the Shorty, and the completed car went on tour and was exhibited at the Henry Ford Museum. Ford had no intention of ever producing a two-seater Mustang, however, and the Shorty, like so many show cars, was supposed to meet an ignominious demise in Ford’s crusher. The resulting car is a Mustang fastback wîth ……