How do you build a wicked-fast first-generation Mustang? Ken Edwards seems to have the recipe figured out. His amazing 1966 Ford Mustang is powered by a fuel-injected 364ci Ford small block mated to a Tremec TKO600 5-speed transmission and rides on Mike Maier suspension, JRi shocks, Wilwood disc brakes, 285/30R18 Bridgestone Potenza RE-71R front and 315/30ZR18 BFGoodrich Rival S rear tires, and 18x10/18x11 Forgeline ML3C wheels finished with Hyper Silver centers & Polished outers.
Owner: Ken Edwards
Wheel: ML3C Concave
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