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    1966 Ford Mustang Custom

    Consignment #: 9070 Sign In to View Price


    Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale June 2nd – 4th, 2017 at Russo and Steele’s 5th Annual Newport Beach, California Auction. Please contact us for more information. This radical machine built by Gary Myers is based on a 1966 Mustang. It now has a 393 cu. in. big-block Hemi and two 8-71 blower casings on top. While the bottom blower has the full 8-71 internals, the top blower has 6-71 internals in order for it to perform as a drivable vehicle. This all rests on a full tube chassis that runs the length of the car as well as inside the interior as a roll cage. A fully fabricated firewall transmission tunnel and huge tubs to accommodate the 18.5-inch Mickey-T’s make up the floor plan and have the same meticulous detail as the rest of the street machine. The huge tunnel is home to a twin 3-inch exhaust system and 3-inch tail shaft that runs down to the Romac parts-filled nine-inch diff held in place by a four link rear end while the fuel brake and air lines are housed inside the car along each side of the tunnel. The whole ride is supported by an airbag system that sees it sitting low when on show. The fully fabricated front suspension utilizes twin A-arms pivoting on rose joints. The custom details continue the roof has been chopped, side glass removed, door handles and mirrors shaved, and the boot hinges have been reversed. Inside, it has been given just as much attention with a full custom interior utilizing a much-modified dash from a 1991 Mazda MX-6 while three carbon fiber Autometer gauges make up the gauge pod. Additional features include a 2-speed Powerglide, 9-in. diff with full spool, 35-spline, custom brakes, and Recaro trim. The whole car is coated in House Of Kolor silver complimented by dual layer flames which were a real pain to get right, according to Gary, but persistence has seen the project come together to make up one unique and wild-looking elite show car that draws a crowd whereever it goes.



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