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Cars > Challenges > “The Grim Reaper” Vs “Blackbetty”

 

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The_Godfather

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Burnside, Kentucky
United States

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Somerset, Kentucky
United States

 

1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1

“The Grim Reaper”

1998 Mustang GT

“Blackbetty”

 
Photo of: 1969 Ford Mustang
Photo of: 1998 Mustang GT
 

Head to Head

 

About “The Grim Reaper”

This is my 1969 Mach 1 mustang, it only has 48,000 miles.

Im a member well, and the founder of The Mustang Mafia of America and this is one of the 2 foundation cars. One of the cars that started the whole club.

Well here is alittle info on my Mach 1. I have owned it for 7 years now. I had it redone in 2005. It has a new coat of Dupont 1969 Candy Apple Red piant with Dupont Gloss Black paint on the hood. I spayed what I could around the engine. As you can see I even did a custom paint job on the valve covers. I added 2 gauges to the inside were the ash tray use to be. Who needs to smoke in the car anyways.

I have also added a Dixico Hood Tach, Magnum 500 rims and upgraded the stero from the stock Am radio.

The motor is still stock it is rated at about 275 horse but Im thinking its a little more then that by the way she runs.

this car has a wheel base of 108"
Length of car is 187.4"
Width 71.8"
Hight 50.3
Curb weight 3185lbs

The Mach 1 has a Unique Exterior Design, with its 2 tone hood and a simulated Air Scoop with Integral Turn Signal Indicator Lights as well as Exposed Lock Pins, Reflective mach 1 strips and a front and rear Spoiler and duel Sports mirrors.

The Also redid the Interior for this car with a rim blown Horn and a new high back racing seat.

The 1969 Mach 1 also came out with a new motor which was a 351 Windsor that was extremely compact and lightweight and provied excellent Prformance.

It also came out with the GT Handling Suspension and a special Sound Package to help keep road noise and more out of the cockpit.

About “Blackbetty”

1998 Mustang gt forged short block and twin turbo kit

 

Specs for “The Grim Reaper”

The motor is still stock it is rated at about 275 horse but Im thinking its a little more then that by the way she runs.

this car has a wheel base of 108"
Length of car is 187.4"
Width 71.8"
Hight 50.3
Curb weight 3185ibs

Specs for “Blackbetty”

listed above

 

Factory Options for “The Grim Reaper”

The Mach 1 has a Unique Exterior Design, with its 2 tone hood and a simulated Air Scoop with Integral Turn Signal Indicator Lights as well as Exposed Lock Pins, Reflective mach 1 strips and a front and rear Spoiler and duel Sports mirrors.

The Also redid the Interior for this car with a rim blown Horn and a new high back racing seat.

The 1969 Mach 1 also came out with a new motor which was a 351 Windsor that was extremely compact and lightweight and provied excellent Prformance.

It also came out with the GT Handling Suspension and a special Sound Package to help keep road noise and more out of the cockpit.

Factory Options for “Blackbetty”

air bags, breaks, cd player, power everything

 

Mods for “The Grim Reaper”

No modifications listed.

Mods for “Blackbetty”

2 big blow dryers

 

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Cover photo of The Grim Reaper album
The Grim Reaper
Photos: 28
Cover photo of Before and After album
Before and After
Photos: 16
 

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