1969 Mustang Mach GT 40 built by Eckert's Rod & Custom at SEMA from Eastwood





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Published on Dec 5, 2012

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Mustang Mach 40

Originally a 1969 Mach 1, the goal was to create a what-if mid-engine concept car. The idea: put a '69 Mach 1 and 2006 GT 40 super car together, incorporating the modern Ford technology into the body of a Mach 1.

The car was being built to be a one off, but also built to perform. The power train, a 5.4 liter dual overhead cam GT super car motor, was upgraded so it has a Wipple 4 liter super charge along with drive by wire throttle. In addition the motor was converted to a flex-fuel system. It has a mid-engine V8 and transaxle.

The base horsepower can be dialed in, literally there is a dial control in the car, from 600 to 850 HP. It also has auto and manual traction control.

Check out this amazing car we found at SEMA 2012 in this video. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE.


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