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bishoppeak

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About bishoppeak

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    1972 Fastback being converted into a 1971 Mach 1 restomod visually duplicating the new one I owned at 17.

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    San Luis Obispo, CA
  • Region
    West

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  1. Combination of the Ford performance engine/trans package and Chassisworks suspension/brakes/crossmember/rear axle. Lots of fabrication by Desert Classic Mustang in Tempe, AZ.
  2. My 11 sec daily driver is better at that.
  3. This thing will lead a pretty easy life so no need for hoops and cages. Strictly street driven and no hard launches with sticky tires. Just a stock 460hp coyote.
  4. Lost a lot of time due to the virus but progress is being made. Link in original post is updated monthly so you can follow along.
  5. Sport deck does put the spare to the right, also F60-15 option that requires the space saver spare
  6. Tire is definitely not original, you wouldn't want 50 year old tires! https://www.cjponyparts.com/ These guys have lots of seat belt options available.
  7. Same color as my donor car! https://photos.google.com/photo/AF1QipM0aomesevVOivbyKExhgcVRDU2nr01gfNLQiKN
  8. Might be worth hiring a security guard to watch it when you aren't there
  9. 1 year into a project to recreate the 1971 Mach 1 I got new as a senior in high school 50 years ago. I looked at several restorations around the country, but while they were pretty, the driving experience was dismal. I can't believe my old car drove that badly, but I may have gotten used to modern performance. After almost giving up on the quest, I decided to get a clean donor car and have a visually identical Mustang with a Coyote drivetrain and corresponding suspension upgrades. I found a 1972 fastback in WI and had it shipped to Desert Classic Mustangs in AZ. They lost several months ov
  10. This piece is often broken, pot metal and unrepairable. Very difficult to source. Tilt Wheel.html
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