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1971 Ford Mustang - Crossbred Pony

Bob & Tim Wallace's Big-Block Ram Jet-Powered '71 Mustang

Photography by David Featherston

The Details

Car: '71 Ford Mustang

Owner: Bob & Tim Wallace, Hastings, NE

Engine: Fuel-injected 502ci big-block Chevy Ram Jet built by Street & Performance in Mena, AR

Heads: Aluminum oval port, 110cc combustion chambers, 2.25/1.88-inch intake/exhaust valves

Induction: Aluminum Ram Jet manifold, J-trim Vortech Supercharger

Camshaft: Hydraulic roller, 224/234 degrees duration at 0.050-inch, 0.527/0.544-inch lift

Transmission: T56 six-speed, Hurst shifter, McLeod clutch

Rearend: Ford 9-inch, narrowed 2 inches, Detroit Locker, 4.56:1 gears, Strange 35-spline axles

Front suspension: Mustang II spindles with Aldan coilovers

Rear suspension: Aldan coilovers

Brakes: Wilwood 13-inch disc, front; Wilwood 13-inch disc, rear

Wheels and tires: Colorado Custom Empire series 18x9.5-inch with P275/40R18 BFGoodrich, front; Colorado Custom Empire series 20x12-inch with P295/40R20 BFGoodrich, rear

Power-adder: Vortech supercharger

Paint: Dupont Pepper Grey and Black Metallic by Ron's Restoration in Glade, KS

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