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Vaughn Gittin Jr. completes first shakedown test of the RTR-X Mustang

By - April 28, 2011 – 1:31 pm4 Comments | 43,782 views

1969 RTR-X Mustang

When Vaughn Gittin Jr. unveiled the 1969 RTR-X Mustang at SEMA last year, he promised that the car wouldn’t be a trailer queen. “This car is built to be driven,” he said at the time. “This thing is not just going to sit on a trailer and go from show to show. We are going to be beating this beautiful machine up.”

Gittin lived up to his promise and yesterday took the RTR-X out for its very first test session at Willow Springs Raceway. After a few warm up laps he soon had the RTR-X sideways, the tuned Boss 302 5.0L V8 overwhelming the rear Falken RT-615K tires.While the performance of the car is certainly impressive, we were more enamored with the unique design details like the Kinsler individual throttle bodies, hand-formed steel fenders, hand-cut carbon fiber grille, or the cantilever rear suspension system.

You can all of the RTR-X’s design details as well as the car in action in the gallery below.

Photos © 2011 MustangsDaily.com




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