Stealth Looking and Aggressive 1966 Ford Mustang Fastback Pro-Touring

1966 Ford Mustang Fastback Pro-Touring

Take a look at this super cool and ultra-modified 1966 Ford Mustang Fastback Pro-Touring. The body of this Mustang is lowered and most of his body parts have been replaced with panels made of fiberglass, and also has a carbon-fiber hood. But the most dramatic is the body color, matte Army green which gives stealth and an aggressive look. 

Inside this ‘66 Mustang also there have been made some dramatic changes. The interior has been completely redesigned and it has been given a classic racing feel. Inside it is equipped with comfortable bucket seats, modern gauges, LCD-screen, and also an awesome 3-spoke wooden Sparco Racing steering wheel and a beautifully integrated roll-cage. 

1966 Ford Mustang Fastback Pro-Touring Interior

Under the carbon fiber hood, this 1966 Ford Mustang Fastback Pro-Touring is powered by Chevy’s 427 cubic-inch, 7.0 liter LS small-block V8 engine, producing 600 horsepower. Behind the engine, there is a Tremec T5 5-speed manual transmission connected to 3.89 rear-end gears. 

1966 Ford Mustang Fastback Pro-Touring Engine

Underneath it is completely equipped with Detroit Speed suspension components, therefore this pro-touring mustang is handling like a sports car. Also, it is equipped with a Wilwood master cylinder and disc brakes on all wheels, which give plenty of stopping power. The awesome 18-inch Forgeline wheels are wrapped with super-wide Michelin Pilot Sport tires, actually 295 upfront and 335 at the rear.

source: AutotopiaLA

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