La caca de chango


e-bay, El mustang de hoy; US $375,000.00 by lacacadechango
October 9, 2008, 10:13 pm
Filed under: Autos

1967 Ford Mustang Fastback

This ’67 Mustang fastback is known as the “REACTOR”, and was built by the Ringbrothers of Spring Green WI. This car was unveiled last year at the 2006 Sema Show in the Roush Performance Booth where Jack Roush personally flew in to unveil the car and autograph it. At that show the car won the Ford Outstanding Achievement in Design Award, it also won the Mothers Shine award- one of the highest award at the Sema Show. In 2007 it was given the award for the Goodguys PPG Nationals Street Machine of the Year. This car was selected by Scott Kileen and the Kileen team to be featured in his next Build Book, which is due to be out November of 2007

Exterior: BASF Glasurit Chernobyl Green basecoat/clearcoat; custom steel rocker panels; cut intakes in rear quarter-panels; built spear through door into quarter-panel; split rear-window glass; added raised crease through middle of entire car; removed driprails; removed door handles; mini-tubbed the rear wheelhousings; rolled all fenders, raised fuel cell 6 inches; handmade carbon-fiber parts designed by Ringbrothers, including decklid, hood, front fascia, front and rear bumpers, quarter extension, and taillight panel; all Mustang stock and reproduction parts.

Engine: Roush 427-IR, Dart iron four-bolt block (4.125-inch bore), Forges 4340-steel crank (4.00-inch stroke); 4340 H-Beam connecting rods; 10.25:1 compression; Roush aluminum cylinder heads, 2.08-inch intake, 1.60-inch exhaust valves, 1.6:1 roller rockers; Hydraulic-roller cam; MSD distributor; Roush calibrated stack injection; compete airbox above eight-stack and snorkels; SPAL cooling fans; Green air filters; Griffin radiator; Fuel safe fuel cell; Aeroquip hoses and fittings; 551 hp, 525 lb-ft of torque. Transmission: Tremec TKO-600 five-speed manual. Rearend: Detroit Locker; Dutchman axlehousing; Dutchman axles.

Exhaust: Flowmaster mufflers and tubing. Suspension: Front: Total Control Products tubular suspension, belly pan, Ringbrothers Xport brace, and subframe connectors. Rear: Air Ride AirBar. Brakes: Front: Baer six-piston caliper, 15-inch rotor. Rear: Baer six-piston caliper, 14- inch rotor Classic Tube brake lines throughout Wilwood pedal assembly and master cylinders. Wheels: Front I-forged flux, 19×8. Rear: I-forged flux, 19×11. Tires: Front: Goodyear Eagle F1 SuperCar, P255/40ZR19. Rear: Goodyear Eagle F1 SuperCar, P285/35ZR19.

Interior: Resdigned with a sleek Euro look, nothing stock, done by Recovery Room; Vintage Air air conditioning; Flaming River steering column and kill switch; Dynamat sound deadener; Sony stereo; Rockford Fosgate amplifier and speakers; MOMO steering wheel; Classic instruments custom gauge cluster; Speedglass windshield; Painless wiring.

There is so many one off components that were built for this car. Everything on this car is nickel plated, to stay away from the chrome look.

Located in Sioux Center, IA. For additional information, call Doug at 712-441-0791

NationalMarketingClassifieds is listing this vehicle for a Private Seller. This item may also be for sale locally, because of this NationalMarketingClassifieds reserves the right to end this auction early. By Bidding or Purchasing above item you agree that you have spoken to the Owner about the vehicle concerning the following; price, location, transportation, licensing, taxes, insuring, auction description, vehicle condition. You also understand that NationalMarketingClassifieds does not have this item in our possession and cannot guarantee the accuracy of the auction description.


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