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Ford Racing 392 Powered 1969 Mustang Test Drive

This Pro Touring 1969 Ford Mustang is one of those builds where classic styling and modern performance are perfectly synced. While the iconic Fastback design is well preserved the entire car has been upgraded to a level that gives you the feeling you’re driving a brand new Mustang.

The coil over suspension and Baer disc brakes on all corners combined with hydraulic rack and pinion power steering give this Pro Touring 1969 Mustang a great behavior around corners. The Ford Racing Windsor Crate engine stroked to 392 cubes makes 500hp controlled by Tremec 5-speed.

This killer 1969 Mustang Fastback build already has a new owner, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy watching it flexing muscle on the road, right? Check out the video brought to you by No Reserve Classics and feel free to share your thoughts in the comments.


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