Sportroof, Mach 1 like features
My very first car, ever. Crashed at least 3 or 4 times. Rebuilt numerous times. Very floppy... required a fully welded rollcage just to keep it together!
1971 Ford Mustang (white)
'69 351W high nickel block, bored 0.030" over, blueprinted, and fitted with SRP forged slugs for 10.3:1 compression. Stroked to 408 using a Scat 4340 forged 4.0" crank and Scat H-beam 6.2" Chevy rods. Canton 5/8" billet steel main girdle and windage tray inside a Milodon 8-qt racing pan. RHS Pro Action 215 heads, fully ported with 2.08"/1.60" valves. Comp Cams 1.72 ratio Gold Arc rocker arms, 35-442-8 roller cam. Accufab custom 1.75" primary custom long tube headers. Edelbrock Victor 5.8 intake w/0.5" phenolic spacer, Accufab 80mm throttle body, 90mm LMAF, EEC-V (CDAN4) controlled with integral EDIS8 and built 4R70W transmission with FB Performance triple-disc 3000 stall torque converter.
Mainly stock Mach 1 stuff.
Paint and body by John Campbell, owner of Desert Enterprises, Tucson, AZ.
Mainly stock style components with high rate springs, lowered 1.5". Total Control Products 1.125" front sway bar, Meier Racing custom made Bilstein shocks, MPG Heads strut tower bracing.
Wheel and Tire
Custom made Centerlines with 245-45-17 up front, 315-35-17 out back.