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Terry and Patricia Stevenson
Our car is a 1967 fastback with a 302 four barrel motor mated to a top loaded 4 speed transmission. Ford made less than 20% of the 1967 Mustangs as fastbacks so it’s relatively rare. It was produced in San Jose, CA and was originally Candy Apple Red and was a 289 with a C4 transmission. It was taken down to bare metal and repainted at Copper Mountain Auto Body in Ruidoso, NM by Kent Eves.
Bob LaRose’s 2008 Bullitt
Clifford Kinnear’s 1971
1971 MUSTANG Hardtop
My Mustang was “born” at the Dearborn Michigan plant. It’s an early production car with a serial number of 927 out roughly 65,000 hardtops sold that year. The California car dealership H. Loud Ford put the order in for the car on June 26th 1970. The Mustang was then delivered on August 22nd, 1970. This vehicle remains mostly stock. The vinyl roof has been removed, blue and red accent stripes have been added to the side of the car. The stock AM radio has been replaced with a Custom Auto-sounds AM/FM MP3 unit and it sounds great. The front section of the unibody was poorly repaired years ago. The front body work was then reconstructed using correct replacement body panels. The engine has been recently overhauled and runs smooth and powerful.
William (Bill) Feilner’s
Info: 2010 V6, 210 stock horsepower. It now has over 300 horsepower. Upgrades: Dual Exhaust, BBK Cold Air Intake, BBK Headers, BBK 70mm Throttle Body, Bama Performance Tune, 3.73 Gears with Limited Slip Differential, and Under drive Pulley. There are also a few neat appearance upgrades under the hood.
Ben & Leslie Feilner
2014 GT Premium Convertible
Our GT is a work in progress. We have added a custom interior, with black and white leather seats, and a Blackwood dash. The exterior additions include: White Le Mans stripes and GT side stripes, raised rear spoiler, side vents, Roush upper and lower grill with lower fog lights, retro mirrors and Coyote fender badges. The suspension has been lowered using Steeda sport springs, upper and lower control arms and pan hard bar. The engine has a cold air intake with custom SCT tune. To dress up the engine compartment we added a custom painted hood liner, painted the cold air intake, radiator cover, and intake plenum to match the exterior. In addition, lots of chrome has been added under the hood. This Grey Mare is ready for the open road.
Gary and Susan Misener’s
The 2008 GT only has some exterior mods on the grill and front spoiler but also has Ford Racing cold air kit. The 1998 Cobra ‘Vert has side exhaust which was a dealer installed add-on. Only 200 Cobras were modified for that year only. The 1994 GT has blasted down the Autobahns of Europe and reached a best speed of 155mph….surprised some Porsche and Mercedes owners and at least one ’08 Mustang GT owner! I bought the car in 1995 while I was working at Dobbs Ford in Memphis, TN. as an assistant service manager. Hypertech used it as a test-mule for their Hyperchip which is still on the car. The 1970 Mustang Coupe was purchased from a member of the German Air Force in 2005. It is a work-in-progress as it needs some cosmetic work. I do have other photos of all my ‘Stangs. The original Ford GT is in the showroom at Wenger Ford in Ettelbruck, Luxembourg (notice my ’94 GT outside the window!) and is one of the original finishers of the 1966 24 hour of Le Mans. Ford won 1st, 2nd, and 3rd. that year with a guy by the name of Carroll Shelby’s help!
Joe VanAusdall’s Machs
Joe has 2 1970 Mach I’s. He turned one into the “warhorse” and was ranked No. 1 when he raced it. .
2006 ROUSH MUSTANG
Owner: OTTO DUSAK
I am the second owner. This vehicle was purchased in Houston, TX and has all original documentation. This is one of 29 vehicles produced with same specifications. The color is Screaming Yellow with Ford Lightning Silver stripe. Serial Number is 06752 built by Roush in Livonia, MI. This vehicle remains all stock including Roush suspension. It is powered by a 4.6L 300+HP with 5 Speed manual transmission.
1972 MUSTANG GRANDE
Original Owner: OTTO DUSAK
I have all original documentation on this vehicle including: Owner’s card, Window Price Sticker, Order and Delivery Receipts, Dealership brochures, Dealership “Thank You” Letter, Ignition and Trunk Keys, and even the Salesman’s Business Card. All order, build and delivery dates verified by the Marti Report. The first report includes the specific codes, statistics and dates. The second report is more specific to the car itself. This report states that “there were only 3 1972 Mustang Grande hardtops built that were painted Grabber Blue with blue cloth and vinyl seats and equipped with air conditioners and AM/8-track stereo radios.” This is one of those three vehicles. This vehicle remains all stock. Nothing has been modified or changed other than the normal repairs and maintenance. The odometer reads 183,000 + miles but the engine is still in its original shape and only the carburetor and transmission have been rebuilt. All controls are operational and the A/C still work like the day I got it. The radio and 8 track player also work and sound great. The car has been recently painted to bring back its original shine and the upholstery has been redone with the original Ford stock Lambeth Cloth and Corinthian Vinyl materials. This car has spent virtually 75% of its existence in the garage. The first 20 years it was used to go back and forth to work and the past 20 years it’s been mostly garaged and occasionally driven.
Michael and Sara Russell’s
Mike and Sara have a 06 GT. K&N Cold air intake Borla Exhaust Bullit Wheels with Nitto tires Chrome strut tower brace and chrome strut nut covers Powered by ford plenum cover with extension Chrome GT logo surrounds & Body color mirror covers. Powered by Ford Badge on the passenger dash, and 45th anniversary badge from Mustangs across America event.
1966 Ford Fairlane 500 – 390 CI.
She’s awesome and runs like a demon! She’s already won several shows and the picture I’m sending is one of us taken after she won at the Rio Grande show n Albuquerque last May.
David Sullivan (Sully)