The unmistakable influence of the Mustang on the racing world is seen here in endurance and drag, Trans Am, and GT racing. This major volume draws on the history of factory and privately sponsored efforts to lavishly chronicle the history of factory-produced models that have been put to the test as racing machines. Vivid historical and contemporary images reveal Mustang's 35+ years of competitive racing history.Racing rods and cranks carried wider rod journals than street Boss 302 engines, but were identical in other regards. ... C9ZE-D (Trans-Am, early Trans-Am rods had aquot;SKaquot; numbers) 427 Single Overhead Camshaft (SOHC) The Cammer 427 was Forda#39;s answer to Chryslera#39;s 426 Hemi engine. ... The Cammer was never factory installed in a regular-production road-going vehicle designed for highway use.
|Title||:||Mustang Race Cars|
|Author||:||John Albert Craft|
|Publisher||:||MotorBooks International - 2002|