Joe Greeves
July 25, 2012

The Details

Johnny Oldaker's '70 Mustang Mach 1

Engine

  • 351 Windsor V-8 stroked to 408ci
  • 4.030-inch bore
  • 4.00-inch stroke
  • Eagle 4340 forged steel crank
  • Eagle 6.2-inch forged steel H-beam connecting rods
  • SRP forged aluminum pistons
  • Comp Cams solid roller cam
  • Canfield aluminum cylinder head, ported, 1.94-inch intake and 1.60-inch exhaust valves
  • Scorpion 1.6:1 roller rockers
  • 750 Race Demon carburetor
  • Edelbrock Victor Jr Air Gap intake manifold
  • MSD ignition
  • Vintage Air Front Runner serpentine pulley system

Transmission

  • Ford four-speed Top Loader transmission
  • Centerforce clutch disc and pressure plate
  • McLeod scatter shield
  • Hurst shifter

Rearend

  • Ford 9-inch, Detroit Locker differential, narrowed 1.5 inches
  • Moser axles
  • 3.89 gears

Exhaust

  • Hooker 1-3/4-inch Super Comp long-tube headers, ceramic-coated
  • H-style crossover pipe
  • 3-inch stainless steel exhaust
  • Flowmaster mufflers

Suspension

  • Front: Fatman 2-1/2-inch-drop spindles, Contour Springs, KYB shocks
  • Rear: Eaton leaf springs, Calvert Racing Suspension Caltracs traction bars, KYB shocks

Brakes

  • Front: Wilwood disc, 11-inch rotors, four-piston calipers
  • Rear: Factory drum

Wheels

  • Front: Rocket Racing Wheels Booster, chrome-plated, 17x7
  • Rear: Rocket Racing Wheels Booster, chrome-plated, 18x10

Tires

  • Front: Nitto NT555, P245/45ZR17
  • Rear: Nitto NT555, P285/40ZR18

Interior

  • Black Mach 1 interior with black carpet and headliner, five-point rollbar, Auto Meter gauges, JVC stereo, Vintage Air heating and cooling

Exterior

  • Three-stage Candy Brandywine paint with black stripe by Deep City Customs (Apopka, FL), cowl induction hood