1965 FIA FORD MUSTANG
Alan Mann Racing were pleased to offer a racing Mustang in superb condition and having benefited from AMR build and preparation. The car can be considered as a modern version of the Tour de France mustangs synonymous with the AMR heritage.
Signed by Alan Mann and Sir John Whitmore, this car was built by the late Jim Morgan, an ex-Alan Mann Racing mechanic with vast experience in racing the most successful Mustangs.
The car has had much success (and a 100% finishing record) in the Spa 6 hours, with several podium finishes, driven by Dave Thomas, John Young, David Smith, and Henry Mann.
Converted from a rust free New Mexico-sourced road car in 2004 by Jim Morgan. Currently in endurance specification with a Mathwall engine, producing a reliable 390 BHP, this car presents an opportunity to acquire a well-sorted car which has just had a mechanical overhaul. Just 10 hours running on the engine since last rebuild, giving a further 20 hours before another. The Ford Toploader gearbox is fitted.
The car has fresh HTP papers, new belts and fire extinguisher. A comprehensive spares package includes Warrior engine, diff, painted front wings, brakes, wheels, tyres and lights.