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I'm going to try and provide an update on a monthly basis or so on what's been happening on Mustangtech.
Here's the first one for 2017.
Gbx78 has been spending some time with his mistress during the break. "Scarlet" has received some new toggle switches for things such as manual cooling fan override, spot/fog light control and oil temp gauge sharing between transmission and engine.
Some cold air induction is also in the works with the help of hybrid and ozbilt. Scarlets most recent updates can be found here.
Brandy is cool
Cage's "brandy" has been given a cooling upgrade in the form of a new radiator shroud and beastly derale fan install.
The improvement was instantly obvious, but some wiring may need to be upgraded now because of the bigger current draw of the new fan. Stay tuned.
Ford has announced that it will make a hybrid Mustang available in 2020. It is said that the hybrid will produce as much horsepower as the current V8's, but with more torque - which you'd expect from the addition an electric motor.
The Mustang Hybrid, to be built at the Flat Rock Plant, comes in 2020 and will be available in North America to start with.
They are also investing in the development of a wireless charging system, that would enable recharge simply by parking the car.
Mert has 3 68 Mustangs he's looking to part with quickly.
$75,000 - S code/C6 convertible, Lime gold, black interior, black top. Was a weekend driver after bare metal resto in 2005. C6 has just started slipping and needs a look. $75k Comes with spare C6 (R servo, recent rebuild) and spare black top (existing one is fine, just have a spare I'll add to the deal).
$65,000 - S code/4 sp toploader GT coupe. Royal Maroon, black vinyl roof. Restored from bare metal in 2012. Fried dash wiring harness after getting it driving after resto. Replaced harness and never got around to reinstall dash. $65k Includes many "extras". Has bench seat, comes with buckets and very clean and complte 4 speed console. Most AC parts included as well. Has 67 dual screen air cleaner and comes with full and ready to bolt-on complete and correct '68 S code air cleaner setup (base, chrome lid, correct snorkel, S-tube, heat shield, and functioning air motor, $2.5k US, minimum, if you can even find some of the parts). New 3.25 tru-trac rear.
The EXP below is not so standard, but the quality is top notch.
$110,000 - EXP 500 (Shelby coupe) repli-bute. 445 stroker, C6, 3.00 tru-trac. Custom jarrrah veneer dash and shelby console. Custom OEM comfort weave interior. AM/8 track. Correct Shelby sequencing tail lights. All rear fibergalss OEM, front Branda "best". Took second place at 2014 Melbourne Motoclassica. $110k Comes with a few extras I have not installed, oil cooler, trans cooler.
All three vehicles come with a Marti Report.
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