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SEMA 2013: TCI Engineering 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback

By - November 11, 2013 – 12:28 pmNo Comment | 5,579 views

Total Cost Involved 1967 Ford Mustang

We almost missed this stunning 1967 Mustang Fastback at SEMA as it was hiding outside of the Las Vegas Convention Center tucked away under the Magnaflow tent, but we’re glad we got to see it. Built by Total Cost Involved (TCI) Engineering of Ontario, CA, this custom Mustang has been modified in almost every way imaginable. The bulging hood hides a Windsor-based 427ci V8 with 580 horsepower and 580 lb-ft torque mated to a Tremec T56 Magnum transmission, and the widened bodywork allows for massive wheels and tires both front and back. The interior is one of the nicest we’ve seen in a vintage Mustang, covered almost entirely in high quality leather and featuring a Grant steering wheel, Autometer gauges and more.

Engine

  • 427″ (351W) built by Smeding Performance
  • 580HP & 580TQ
  • Zoops “Posi-Trac” system
  • Holley fuel system
  • US Radiator cross flow
  • Magnaflow custom exhaust
  • K&N filter

Drivetrain

  • Tremec T56 Magnum 6-speed transmission
  • McLeod RST dual disc
  • SFI scatter shield
  • Hydraulic T/O bearing
  • Currie Enterprises 9-inch rear end
  • 31 spline axles
  • 54″ width(A/F to A/F)
  • 3.89 axle ratio
  • Tru-Track posi

Handling / Braking

  • Wilwood 14-inch front brakes w/ 6-piston calipers
  • Wilwood 14-inch front brakes w/ 4-piston calipers
  • Michelin Pilot Sport tires, 295/30/18 front and 335/30/18 rear
  • Billet Specialties “LeMans” wheels, 18×10 front and 18×12 rear

Additional Suppliers

  • Redline Synthetic lubricants
  • Inland powder coating
  • Lokar
  • Inland Empire Driveline
  • Kicker
  • JME Enterprises
  • Ididit
  • Borgeson
  • EMJ Metals
  • Autometer
  • Vintage Air
  • Ricks Stainless
  • MSD Ignition
  • Pomona Valley Customs (PVC)
  • Danny’s Paint Shop
  • Atlas Polishing

Photos © 2013 MustangsDaily.com




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