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2015 Eight Stack Fuel Injection | 500 Borla Drive Johnson City, TN 37604 | MADE IN THE USA

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Mustang Installations

 

1966 Ford Mustang "Smokin Oates" 427 Windsor
Owned by: Royce and Jane Glader - Fort Collins, Colorado

Built by Pinkee's Rod Shop www.PinkeesRodShop.com
Builder: Eric Peratt info@pinkeesrodshop.com

Finalist: Goodguys Muscle Car of the Year

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Sublime beauty and enough performance to rip your face off with its 560HP 427. This Mustang was designed to appeal to early Mustang lovers with mature tastes and an adolescent’s need for speed.

Conceived and built by 1998 Ridler winner Eric Peratt of Pinkee’s Rod Shop and 2005 Street Rod of the Year Winner Royce Glader. The idea was to do a no holds barred project to create a 66 Mustang the way Ford should have built it. Starting underneath with Chris Alston’s Total Control suspension in the front and rear, 6 piston Baer brakes and a bullet proof TKO 600 connected to a 9 inch Ford rear to give it a solid foundation. Then added one of a kind pin-drive knockoff wheels from Mike Curtis, custom tail lights, split bumper, Smokin Oats gas cap and horn button, billet aluminum hood louvers, custom machined interior trim, and custom dash with one of a kind gauges from Classic Instruments. The car is so cleanly executed that it might be hard to believe that there are over 5,000 man-hours doing custom machining, massaging sheet metal and modifying the chassis. The owner Royce Glader has always believed that if you can cut up a car from front to back and observers don’t notice the individual modifications but love the way the car looks, then it is RIGHT. This car has that in spades. Only die-hard Mustang aficionados will be able to identify all the modifications. To the rest of us it is simply gorgeous. So if you want the classy look of "Penelope Cruz" in an evening gown but need the excitement of "Angelina" in black leather blasting bad guys with a sawed-off shotgun, this is your car.

 

1966 Ford Mustang "Shelby" clone
Owned by: Don Millspaugh - Hobe Sound, Florida

Restoration by: Mastercraft Automotive Creations - Ovilla, Texas eric@mcbodyworks.com
Engine Builder: Classic Engine Works - Cortland, Ohio claytonperformance@aol.com

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The car is a 1966 Mustang Convertible that is being made into a Shelby clone. Originally a 302 Ford based motor; it now boasts a 347 with over 500 horsepower!
The car will be finished by the owner in Florida after his retirement from Sikorsky Aircraft in January of 2012.

 

1968 Ford Mustang Fastback
Owned by: Jimmy Brown - La Plata, Maryland

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A beautiful 351 Windsor based small block topped with the Eight Stack fuel injection resides under the hood of Jimmy's sleek Mustang. Jimmy has been working on this car for over 5 years and has created a beautiful street machine that runs as good as it looks.

1967 Ford Mustang Mustang
Owned by: Terri and Kevin Stuart – Hamilton, New Zealand

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This car is Terri's pride and joy and we are proud to be part of beautiful Mustang. We hope that they have many miles of trouble free driving. The car features a D347SR small block producing 415 horsepower and 400 lb ft of torque through an Eight Stack fuel injection system. More pictures and text to come!