Don Roy
June 1, 2007
Photos By: Jerry Heasley

Whether you're a baby boomer looking to revisit some portion of the past, or a newcomer to the Mustang scene wanting to kick life up a notch, there's little doubt that you can find a way to do it with a visit to Will William's shop in Tulsa. As Will told us, "every time we stop for gas with one of these cars, they draw a crowd." There's no extra charge for the celebrity status, if you keep the bootleg turns to a minimum.


Tulsa Car FX Mustang Mach 1s

Ford 4.6-liter, 3-valve SOHC V8

Engine Modifications
Ford Racing shorty headers; Steeda Autosports cold air kit, SCT custom-tuned flash programmer; Pypes fully polished crossover pipe, Violator cat back exhaust system

Hurst short throw shifter; FRPP 4.10 ratio rear axle gears

Steeda Autosports lowering springs, front and rear sway bars, panhard rod

Wheels And Tires
Nitto 275/40-18 tires on 18 x 9.5" black chrome wheels

Classic Design Concepts shaker hood, aggressive chin spoiler, quarter window louvers, ducktail rear spoiler; MRT aluminum rear window louvers; 3d Carbon rear lower valance panel; Xenon rocker panels and side scoops; Silverhorse Mach I fuel door; Car FX gloss painted outside rearview mirrors, custom rear Mach I vinyl graphics; Ford NOS original 'Mach I' side stripe

Car FX painted interior; MRT gauge pod; Auto Meter Sport Comp gauges, including oil pressure, volts and boost pressure

340 HP (flywheel estimate)