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Prepare to be captivated by the commanding presence of the 1969 Ford Mustang Street Legal Drag Car. Drenched in eye-catching bright orange paint and adorned with the iconic Boss 302 livery, this Mustang exudes an aura of raw power and performance. The aggressive stance is accentuated by black C stripes, front and rear spoilers, rear window slats, and the distinctive black headlight doors and rear panel. This stunning exterior isn’t just for show; it’s a visual testament to the immense power and speed that lie beneath the hood.
Slide into the cockpit of the 1969 Mustang and be immersed in a world of purposeful design and functionality. The black interior sets the tone for a serious performance machine, with a 10,000 RPM dash-mounted tachometer boasting a shift light that’s ready to guide you through the gears. Auto Meter auxiliary gauges placed strategically below the instrument panel provide essential performance information at a glance. Safety is paramount, evident in the presence of a fire extinguisher and roll bar, ensuring you’re ready for any scenario on and off the track.
Beneath the custom fabricated hood lies a beastly heart: a Ford Motorsports-built high-performance small block engine. The engine’s power is harnessed by a Holly four-barrel carburetor and a K&N air cleaner, while an additional boost comes from a nitrous oxide setup for that extra jolt of speed. Keeping everything cool is a Griffen aluminum radiator, and the MSD ignition system ensures a consistent spark. The engine’s roar is channeled through headers that dump into a high-flow exhaust system with a push-button captain’s call. All this power is seamlessly controlled by a 3-speed automatic transmission with a Hurst Pro-Matic 2 shifter, providing lightning-fast shifts.
The rear of the Mustang is transformed into a purpose-built performance machine, with tubbed rear wells accommodating an ultra-wide set of Mickey Thompson rubber on the back and skinnies on the front. Power disc brakes provide the stopping force you need, while wheelie bars extending from the axle housing keep the car grounded during those exhilarating launches.