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1965-1966 Mustang
To produce an extremely popular car, with virtually no competition. That is exactly what Ford did when it began marketing the Mustang in April 1964. So, with little effort a new car was concocted using the Falcon chassis. A legend was born and the Mustang scored a world record of 418,000 sales by the end its first year of existence.
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dennis111
1965 GT Coupe
GT Coupe--Rangoon Red w/Black Pony Interior, 393W Stroker, Wide Ratio Toploader 4-Speed, 59' 9" Rear w/ 4:11 Spool. Scat 3.85" Crank & H Beam Rods, AFR 205 heads, Probe Forged Pistons, CI Solid Roller Cam, Vic Jr. Intake, Holley 950HP DP, Duraspark, Accufab 1 3/4" Headers, 3" Dynomax Mufflers, Lakewood Scattershield, Aluminum Flywheel, Custom Sintered Iron Clutch. 68' Radiator Support, 4 Row Radiator, Monte Carlo Bar, Export Brace, Subframe Connectors, Roller Spring Perches, 6 cyl Front & Mono Leaf Rear Springs, 90/10 Front Ranchos and 9-way Ranchos in the rear.  
1/4 Mile:11.00 MPH:124.00 60ft:1.53 Weight:3500 CID:393 Rearwheel HP:~500hp  

cushman350
1966 Early '66 GT-350
Trickflow heads (exhaust pockets ported), probe pistons, H-beam rods, forged cola crank, ARP bolts and fasteners, Centerforce alum. flywheel, Hays clutch and disc. T-5 trans.  
CID:347  

Jimmys66
1966 coupe
66 coupe .030 over 302 with a toploader. It's running a weiand stealth, ported gt40x heads, an ultradyne solid cam and 3:89s in the back. Looking to make a 12 second pass this spring.  
CID:302  

josepheblack
1966 Fastback
306 ci 585 Solid Roller Cam, MSD ignition, Air gap intake, 650 Speed Demon, with Ford Z304A heads connected to a PA C4 Comp w/brake. 411 Gears with an Auburn and ladder bars on the rear. 26/8.5/15 slicks at the track 225/70/14 in town.  
1/8 Mile:7.98 MPH:86 60ft:1.74 Weight:??? CID:306 Flywheel HP:???? Torque:????  

67fastback
1966 coupe
Friend bought new in Mi. Ordered it with bench seat, Ford A/C Ford 8-track, black vynl top, antique yellow, known him for 18 years, I am 29. He recently gave the car to me.  
CID:289 Rearwheel HP:stk@0000 Torque:stk@0000  

shumakerscott
1965 plain jane
289 .040 over, Hypereutetic pistons, Lunati Vodoo Cam, Edelbrock RPM 2.02 Heads, Performer intake and Carb, Tri-Y headers, Top loader 4sp, SSBC discs front, Flaming River Rack and pinion, Ron Morris Coil over suspension. I still have yet to drive it! Does not look like this any more.  
 

RumpityRump
1965 Convertible
65 stock high performance 260 with lots of stuff.  
Flywheel HP:soon Torque:real soon  

Jimbo
1965 coupe
The car was originally a 289/C-4 2bbl. Right now it has a 302 (bored .020", kb pistons, windsor jr heads, edelbrock performer cam, weiand intake, holley 600cfm carb, JBA Headers), T-5 tranny, 28 spline 9" w/ trac-loc, Evans cooling system, disc brakes, Centerline Telstar 16" wheels w/ Dunlop D40 tires (225/50/16), Maier Racing subframe connectors, Nassons cherry red metalic paint, Maier racing hood and front gravel shield. Recent Mods: Maier racing suspension, new interior. Way in the future mods: efi, lots of nitrous oxide, 31 spline 9" w/ 3:50 gears.  
1/4 Mile:14.75 MPH:95.00 60ft:2.42 Weight:2900 CID:302  

fredsmith
1965 2+2
Stock with Headers, rally pac, 4-speed, disc brakes.  
CID:289  

dave5257
1966 coupe
have owned since 1975  
1/4 Mile:1390 MPH:99.9 60ft:2.10 Weight:2850 CID:289 Flywheel HP:271@6500  
 


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