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Pics of race style paintjobs?
found a few more for this thread.

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Billy Meyers at the now closed down, dug up, covered up by progress Eastex Dragway in Porter Texas

67 Diamond Blue Vert

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LOL even my sig line offended somebody!
Found a neat one for this thread-
See more in my photo album (I added quite a few pics)


Mustang "Stock Car" racer. Road racer.
This car ran at the Citrus 250 back in 1971.
Car owner is Reid Shaw - driver unknown

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1971 Boss 351  
1972 Q code 4 speed convertible 
1971 Mustang Sportsroof  351-2V FMX 
1973 Mach 1 (parts car)
Thanks Ray. Great addition to the thread.

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Here's the DarkHorse car with a new wrap paint job.  They call it a Joey Logano 'tribute' paint scheme.
It is for sale again.  Specs listed under pics.






1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1 No.22 Joey Logano livery
This iconic monster is for a driver with big balls and an intense desire to be seen on track and in the paddock. Light up the rear wheels? You bet. Slip it up the inside on the approach to Paddock Hill Bend? Try it. Woaw, the queues of people to see it over the last 2 years at Brands, Castle Combe, Donington, Snetterton and Silverstone. If you pilot a small helicopter you would probably be able to fit it on the roof or on the bonnet (sorry, the hood).
I would consider an exchange for a race Mustang with HTP.
302 Windsor small-block V8 engine by Peter Knight stroked to 347 cubic inches (5686 cc) giving 505 hp and 425 pounds of torque.
  • 4.125 Bore / 3.25 Stroke / 5.400 Rod
  • Dart Block, 8.200 Deck Height, 4 bolt main caps, Siamese bores.
  • Scat 3.25 Steel Crank, Scat 5.400 H beam Steel rods.
  • Mahle Forged Pistons, flat top, 10.5:1 Compression  Ratio
  • Clevite 77 H series bearings throughout
  • Iskenderian Roller camshaft & roller lifters
  • Brodix T1 Heads
  • ARP fasteners throughout.
  • Internally balanced
  • Aviaid oil pan
  • MSD ignition
  • Dyno tested.
  • 505 bhp @ 7000
  • 425 Lb.Ft @ 5300
•    Internally balanced, MSD ignition. Uses Shell Optimax 97 pump fuel.  
•    Normally-aspirated induction, 850 Holley 4-barrel carburettor, fuel pressure regulated to 6psi.
•    Ron Davis radiator and 2 oil radiators. Exhaust headers 3” crossover and twin mufflers to the rear
•    Clutch: New Centre Force with new McLeod hydraulic thrust bearing
•    Top loader 4 speed gearbox with Hirst shifter, H-pattern
•    Detroit 9 inch 3.55 ratio diff,  31 spline axles, not limited slip.
•    The tyres are Hoosier or Avon depending on the event regulations and the wheels are American Racing Wheels Torq Thrust II Classic Black.
•    The Hoosier tyres are huge…
Front: rim 8½  inch  25.5 x 10 x 15    outside diameter 25½ inches
Rear:  rim 10 inch    27.5 x 11 x 15    outside diameter 27¾ inches
•    Fibre-glass front wings (fenders) and bonnet (trunk).
The new-for-2017 Joey Logano tribute livery is vinyl wrap only, so you can restore it to its original Ford Competition Orange paint and historic numbers if you wish (see photos).  To my knowledge this car is not yet eligible for HSCC and other historic racing requiring an HTP but I have not tried very hard and it's the same period as the Camaros winning at Goodwood. The car is currently and correctly registered in California and wearing the appropriate registration plate.
Race modifications in the last two years include 1½ inch lowered front, new wishbones, high rate competition springs, thicker 1⅛ inch front roll bar, fabricated roll bar links, new rear leafs, new extreme-anti-roll at the rear, new rear roll-bar, new Koni shocks all round, new suspension bushes all round, new wheels, new brake master cylinder and non-servo set-up. This is a car which does 140mph at Spa, Thruxton and Silverstone GP on a Race Technologies data-logger.
Huge spares package including long diff for Spa, suspension parts, headers for 351 engine with TFS heads, fibre glass fenders (wings), starter, alternator, etc., by negotiation.
More details and pictures at http://www.newmediafoundry.co.uk/marcus/...ustang.pdf
The 71 Mustang at Thruxton in 2016, CSCC's official video... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4aHpLmJZ1b0

1971 Boss 351  
1972 Q code 4 speed convertible 
1971 Mustang Sportsroof  351-2V FMX 
1973 Mach 1 (parts car)
Those scalloped stripes look cool!

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My car when I brought it in 1978
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Here one that I found sometime ago. I am guessing is was a real funny car back in the day.
Thanks, Jay

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