Engine: Hydraulic Roller 10.5:1 430hp 347ci Stroker with Aluminum Edelbrock Performer RPM Heads and RPM Air Gap Intake, Holley Sniper EFI w/Walbro 75psi Fuel Pump, Forged I-Beam Rods, Forged Pistons and Billet Full Roller Rocker Arms and a deep sump Moroso pan (current power is with 91octane, easily pull better numbers with higher octane or E85 with the Sniper Kit)
Transmission: Tremec TKO 600 with a Center Force (CEN-DF128075) Dual Friction Clutch.
Steering: Billet Flaming River Tilt Column, Total Control Steering Rack.
Body: GT350 Fiberglass Hood, GT350 Front and Rear Valence, Quarter Vents with correct working inner trim panels, Scott Drake Sequential Taillight kit and lenses.
Fastback body style cars have their roof sloping down at the back, hence named fastback. They were first designed in 1930s to provide a aerodynamical advantage that was inspired by aircrafts designed in those days. Interestingly, they became popular as ''fastback'' after 25 years.
1965 Ford Mustang Fastback in Murrieta, California