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General Information

Year
1976
Make
Ford
Model
Mustang II Stallion
Color
blue/white
History
Bought as scrap after sitting for 20 years in a field,turned into a Classic Modified by myself over an 8 month period-regular race winner and believed to be the only current Uk oval racing Mustang
1976 Ford Mustang II Stallion (blue/white)

Modifications

Drivetrain
Bulkhead moved back by 12"-fitted with 3 port head 2.9 ford cologne modified to carburettor with 2.8 manifold,modified 2.8 distributor,38 dgas weber,5 speed manual gearbox,solid mounts,2" headers,oil breather tank,volvo 264 radiator fitted diagonally,ducted,12"electric fan,straight through single exit side exhaust
Interior
Kirkey alloy drivers seat with 5 point quick release 3"harness,passenger is subaru impreza wrx seat with 4 point quick release sabelt harness,bias brake adjustment,scratch built pedals and column,joe`s racing quick release alloy steering wheel,extensive rollcage from front to rear of shell,rear firewall,2 gallon racetank,facet hi flo pump,fuel/ignition cut offs etc
Exterior
when bought sunroof and rear window had fallen through into the car due to rot,lower rear corners,door bottoms,wing bottoms were rotted out,repair panels hand made for it,de arched,home built steel front and rear valences,removable front and rear bumpers and tube side rails fitted
Audio
noise and wind!
Suspension
Front;ford cortina rhd steering rack remounted,tunnelled column,2.25 gaz coil overs with adjustable platforms and rebound,750lb n/s spring,650lb o/s spring,remade drop mount bottom arms,fully adjustable homemade links for camber/stagger,Rear;stock leaf sprung rear end,lowered by 2" anglia blocks,n/s 2"coil over assisted spax adjustable shock absorber,o/s heavy duty van rear shock absorber,welded 3.00-1 diff
Wheel and Tire
10x13" weller 8 spokes fitted with yokohama 240 advan slicks or banded 10" cortina steel wheels with michelin 24/57 13 ex formula renault wets

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