RC Controlled ’65 Hoonicorn Mustang Is a Chip Off the Old Block
How would you like to drive a radio controlled mini model of Ken Block’s 1965 Hoonicorn Mustang from ‘GYMKHANA 7’?
Why are people asking for seats in their GT350R? You buy a hardcore track car and want more weight?
We just love those old classic Mustang ads from the sixties, like this one titled, “Classic 1965 Ford Mustang Gone Surfing”.
The limited edition Mustang is painted in yellow and black as a tribute to the Terlingua Racing Team that won the 1967 Trans Am Championship. But it’s the car’s performance upgrades that have people buzzing.
Here’s what it’s like tackling the canyons in a ’69 Mustang Convertible housing a stroked 302 cubic inch V8 with 340 horsepower that’s mated to a 4-speed manual and a 3.70 Positraction rear end.