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Old 01-01-2011, 11:53 PM
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My 1968 Mustang Fastback

It'll always be a project so i thought i would share.
1968 Mustang Fastback
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460 bored and stroked to 532. It made 514rwhp and 576rwtq on a dyno.
TKO600 trans and a Ford 9 inch in the rear.
Martz chassis front and rear clip
QA1 Coilovers in the front, Martz in the rear with a 4 link.
13 inch Wilwood brakes all the way around.

I have pics of the complete build if you guys want to see them. My dad and i built it in his garage by ourselves. He painted it, i did all the body work.
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Old 01-01-2011, 11:56 PM
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This is what it looked like when i first brought it home
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Old 01-02-2011, 10:58 AM
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Trying to one up me, eh?

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No, but seriously, that is a beautiful, beautiful car.



However, I hate that scoop on the front. Other than that... beautiful car.


I honestly love how it looked when you brought it home than what you have now... just the original look, the grey/black color.. the rims, the.. Oh man, what i would do for one of those...
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Very cool!
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I had to go with the Hood because the top of the intake is paraellel with the bottom of the hood and then i would have the carb and intake sticking out of the hood. I do have a GT500 hood for it but i didn't wanna ruin it just to have an ugly carb sticking out.
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Yea when you've got a hi-rise intake you don't have a whole lot of choices. Either You cover it with some kind of tall hood scoop. Or you leave it exposed and run a carb scoop or just a regular air cleaner.

I've wanted a 67-68 Fatback for a long time. But the gone in sixty seconds movie killed that for me. They weren't cheap before that movie. But after the movie the prices went way up. Everyone wanting to build their own Eleanor.
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quite the transformation! looks great!
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Thanks. I love this thing, its kinda in storage during winter but the weather has been so nice i might take it out next week.
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