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1966 Ford Mustang - Sibling Rivalry

Photography by Terry McGean

The DetailsOwner: Justin Del PradoCar: '66 Ford Mustang convertible

Engine: 347ci small-block

Heads: Trick Flow aluminum Track Heats, 2.02/1.60 intake/exhaust valves

Induction: Edelbrock Victor Jr. aluminum single-plane intake, 650-cfm Holley carbCamshaft: Cam Motion hydraulic flat-tappet, 236 degrees duration at 0.050-inch lift, 0.555-inch lift

Power: 376 hp at 6,400 rpm, 350 lb-ft at 4,200 rpm at the rear wheels

Transmission: Borg-Warner T5 five-speed, Centerforce Dual-Friction clutch

Rearend: Currie 9-inch, 3.50:1 gears

Front suspension: Stock, ADDCO springs, Koni shocks, ADDCO 1-inch sway bar

Rear suspension: Stock, Koni shocks, ADDCO 31/44-inch sway bar

Brakes: Baer Racing 13.5-inch discs, front; Baer Racing 12-inch discs, rear

Wheels and tires: 17x8 American Racing Torq-Thrust IIs with Yokohama P215/40ZR17, front; 17x8 American Racing Torq-Thrust IIs with Yokohama P245/45ZR17, rear

Best e.t.: 12.47 at 112 mph (quarter-mile)-on street tires

Cost to build: $30,000

The DetailsOwner: Jarrod Del PradoCar: '66 Ford Mustang GT

Engine: 289ci small-block

Heads: Trick Flow aluminum Track Heats, 2.02/1.60 intake/exhaust valves

Induction: Edelbrock Victor Jr. aluminum single-plane intake, 650-cfm Holley carbCamshaft: Cam Motion solid flat-tappet, 238 degrees duration at 0.050-inch lift, 0.556-inch lift

Power: 335 hp @ 6,500 rpm (est.), 285 lb-ft @ 4,500 rpm (est.)

Transmission: Borg-Warner T5 five-speed, Centerforce clutch

Rearend: Ford 8-inch, 3.55:1 gears

Front suspension: Stock, ADDCO springs, KYB shocks, ADDCO 1-inch sway bar

Rear suspension: Stock, KYB shocks, ADDCO 31/44-inch sway bar, Shelby traction bars

Brakes: Baer Racing 13.5-inch discs, front; Baer Racing 12-inch discs, rear

Wheels and tires: 17x8 American Racing Torq-Thrust IIs with Yokohama P215/40ZR17, front; 17x8 American Racing Torq-Thrust IIs with Yokohama P245/45ZR17, rear

Body mods: Shelby GT-350 rear quarter-windows

Best e.t.: 13.06 @ 106 mph (quarter-mile)-on street tires

Cost to build: $25,000

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