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Page 1 The Flat Hood Sleeper

updated: Oct 25th 2012 @ 11:16 AM



Here’s my harmless 66 Mustang. The car is designed as an Old School 60's Street/Strip Sleeper car with modern stuff thrown in. It was fun to do, despite the constant fabrication to make things fit. The Use of a flat hood was the key component to keep the sedate sedan look. Hope You Enjoy it.
347 stroker in a dart block
SCAT H-beam rods
Scat Forged Crank
Ported ARF 185 Heads
Ross Forged and Coated Pistons .060 over.
Comp Cams Custom grind Camshaft
Smith Brothers Push Rods and Comp Cams 1.6 Roller Rockers
Edelbrock Performer RPM  Air Gap Intake modified for a custom nitrous fogger.
ARP Studs
Cometic Head Gaskets
Melling High Volume Oul Pump 
Race Demon 650 Carb
Custom NOS Fogger.
Custom Purge system.
DynoMat Bottle Heaters 
Edelbrock High Flow Mechanical Pump (Engine)
Holley Blue Pump (Nitrous)
Custom Braided Line and Fittings Throughout 
Custom Modified dual pickup Factory Fuel Tank 
BHJ Harmonic balancer
Custom modified factory oil pan.
Northern Aluminum Radiator with Milidon Pump
Flex-a-Lite Electric Fan and Controller
Headman Shorty Headers with Jet Hot coating
Custom 2 1/2" exhaust with Flowmasters out the rear
MSD Digital 6 Box
MSD Billet Distributor
Comp Cams Composite Distributor Gear 
MSD Wires
MSD Shift Light
NOS Launcher Nitrous Controller
Autometer Tachometer
Powermaster 120 Amp Alternator
Optima Yellow Top Battery
Fully Prepped Powerglide Transmission 
Transmission Specialties 3200 Converter
JW Flex Plate 
JW Bellhousing
TCI Trans pan
B&M Pro ratchet shifter
RCI Trans Blanket
Flex-a-Lite Trans cooler
Flaming River Manual Rack with Tilt wheel
Grant 11" Wheel 
Stainless Steel Front Disc Brakes
Lakewood traction bars
Competition Engineering Subframe Connectors 
Monroe RV Coil-over helper shocks
American Racing Torque Thrust "D" 15" Rear 14" Front 
Mickey Thompson Streeet Drag Radials 235/60/R15
Custom 8 Point cage.
RCI 5-point restraints
MSD Shift Light
Custom Nitrous control panel
Custom Autosound AM/FM/Cas Deck
Custom Autosound front speakers
Infinity Rear speakers
Dynomat insulation throughout
Factory Ford Sheetmetal 
Paint color is Ford Oxford White
Mustang Project Rear Sequential Tailights
Sylvania Cool Blue Halogen Headlights 
Yes I drive it to the track, run 10’s and drive home with a flat hood.
Other than the engine block machine work and the paint, I have done most of the work myself. As you can see......some assembly was required. 
Most of the pictures are from the track, but I do drive it on the street and go to shows. Even won a few Non-track trophies too. My home track is Gateway International Raceway in Madison Il.....just across the river from St Louis.
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Best Pass is 10.60 @ 127. Still working on the suspension. It has run 130 mph, but the ET wasn't as good.

Inside the car.........NHRA Legal to 10.0's. Other than the bar install....all work was done by me. Even got to reuse some of the original interior parts.

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  View out the back and.....peeking through the wheel, the Jacobs Nitrous control and the custom made box for operating the system. Uses an NOS Launcher controller now. Activation, fuel, heaters, purge and opener...........You never have to get out of the car.

 No show gauges here..............Tach and fuel pressure for the motor added to the working and calibrated factory ford stuff.                                                                       

The trunk...........with the necessary items. Two bottles are used to limit pressure drop due to low volume at the big end of the track going through the traps.

The trophy shelf. Some for racing and some for shows.


EPC show in 2006....First in Class. Modified of course!


The Engine.......Complete with a custom plumbed fogger. You try fitting it under a flat hood!!!
Underneath the car front and rear.



Feb 06 Car Craft
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Sept 2012 Modified Mustangs


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Last 3 User Comments
Jun 8th, 2012 @ 4:44 PM


I love that plate 'not oem'

Awesome stance on that car btw, I like it!

Oct 12th, 2009 @ 2:34 PM


Great JOb with your stang and great website

Mar 6th, 2008 @ 12:25 PM


love the car, dimed ya, stop by and return the favor.

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