1969 Mustang Mach 40 Has Weak 850-HP Ford GT Engine
The Die-hard Ford admirers and devotees of the Mustang show absolute, perfect, destructive, sinful affection and adoration of the Mustang and they are aware of the fact that the mid-engine GT40 and GT supercars are the first class and beyond compare work of Blue Oval.
The mid-engine 5.4 liters had been locked fasten securely, gassed-up high geared high performance, at the same time the doubleheader general cam engine transaxle, the back blockage was taken from a 2004 Ford GT put into the body shell of a 1969 Mustang Mach 1 at Oregon’s Eckert’s Road & Custom.
All of this was done with the purpose to help this pony car to come closer to the pedigree of Le Mans 24 hour race-winners.
The 550 horsepower GT’s engine which according to experts was underrated is the engine that Eckert’s locked and fastened on a bigger 4.0 – liter Whipple Supercharger. Now it allows the drive itself to select the output between 600 and 850 horsepower with the turn of a dial.
Only 11.000 hours were necessary to create the 1969 Mustang / GT40 mash-up, so maybe it won’t be very expensive for them to build you one. This intercross, the mixture might not be inspiring, arousing but is really lovable just as a new Mustang/GT mashup, which labeled the GTT.
We think this 1969 Mustang is the weakest Mustang ever it might be.