Here are the two 406 Super Stock engines for Brannan's 1962 Galaxies. Both are still under construction, needing wiring, belts, other accessories, etc. The 406 6V is for his dark blue Super Stock and the Dual 4bbl is for his light blue lightweight Super Stock. The 406 valve cover decals are custom done
Very nice lightweight. I have the MCW lightweight interior too for my model of Dick Brannan's # 823. Also I have a pair of lightweight bucket seats for my 1962 Brannan light blue lightweight Galaxie #823
Original T-Bolt's were either Vintage Burgundy or Wimbeldon White with a light champagne color interior. Other exterior colors were the result of a color change by the dealer/car owner. I believe, the original burgundy cars were white and the white cars were black. Depending on the cars livery, would dictate the color the strip was painted. For example, the original Bob Ford was gold with a black top and black strip, Gas Ronda's Poppy Red car also had a black strip, but the Courtesy Ford T-Bolt strip was red. Researching the specific car is required to be accurate. Hope this helps.
Actually, according to Mr. Brannan, the rear axle was not reposition (or moved forward 3") on his car (Goldfinger), the first of two built by DST. The rear axle was in it's stock position. The only modification was to the rear wheel well to accept larger slicks. So if anyone is building this particular Mustang, the rear axle should be left in it's stock position. That is from the original owner who was involved with the creation of this car.