Name: Cody Warren
Residing City and State: Tucson, AZ
Year: 1968 Ford Mustang
Wheel style: American Racing Torq Thrust II 17X7 and 17X9.5
Tire Size:245/45/17 and 275/40/17
Vehicle specs: My car is a factory big block fully optioned car. Unfortunately, when I got it, all the good stuff at been removed.
The car is now equipped with a fully built, 351W bored .40 over with a Paxton Novi 1200 supercharger. That’s backed by a Tremec 3550, 5 speed transmission and a Ford 9″ with 4.11 posi rear end. Vehicle sits on RideTech 4 link and shockwave airbags on all four corners. The suspension is run by RideTech E3 compressor and computer.
The body has several added body parts to include a 3″ cowl induction hood, Shelby upper scoops, Eleanor lower scoops, front racing valance, Shelby trunk, Shelby tai lights, GT rear valance, and a shaved cowl panel. The paint is Mercedes black, with “hot rod satin” racing stripes. The side scoops were molded into the body to appear that they were a part of the car and not just bolted on.
Why this car? I’ve always had a love for classic mustangs. Once I saw the “Gone in 60 seconds” remake, I had to have a 67-68 Mustang Fastback.
What got you into muscle cars? My dad has always been a car nut. I just inherited his love for muscle cars.
What’s your earliest memory of muscle cars? When I was in elementary school, my dad bought a 1967 Chevrolet Nova. I remember him getting on it. It was only a 305 but it felt like a dragster to me.
How many cars have you built? Just this one so far. I have three more that need to be completed.
How long have you owned this car? I’ve owned it since Senior year of High School, so about 10-11 years.
What does American Racing Wheels mean to you and why did you choose our wheels? American Racing makes a timeless and classic wheels. I’ve always loved the design of the Torq Thrust. Many companies try to recreate, but they never come close.
Any future plans for the current car? Install Dakota Digital VHX gauges, power brakes, and several other small things.