This early 1965 K code Mustang was rebuilt initially by myself in the mid 1990's from a never crashed SCCA roller found on the Central Coast of Calif. The car was raced competitively in HMSA vintage events such as Coronado and LSR. I sold the car to race a vintage Corvette, and the Mustang was further developed by Orwin Middleton and Bob Joehnck in Santa Barbara, to its current HMSA, SVRA vintage eligible specifications. The current owner never had the inclination to race the car, and after a number of years has decided to sell it as you see it now.
Production based K code Mustang with old Calif SCCA history, now running as an HMSA, SVRA eligible vintage race car. The car has successfully competed in 3 General Racing, HMSA Coronado events and several HMSA Laguna Seca Invitational events. No dnf's
Recent Competition History
The car ran in the top five of its group in its old configuration with much less power and more weight then it currently carries. The car is basically unraced in its current configuration, but will likely be a podium finisher with a skillful driver