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1967 Trans-Am Mustang


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Wow!  Excellent work.

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Great build Phil, congratulations ☺

Dave B

Awesome!!

Wow that is nice!

Wow!  Excellent work.

Thanks everyone. 

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Beyond excellent, well researched and executed!  Thanks for sharing.

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What a great subject.  Very well done, Phil!

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Nice, well done!

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I doff my chapeau. Sir! Great job.

Regards

Brian Kroon

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Beyond excellent, well researched and executed!  Thanks for sharing.

What a great subject.  Very well done, Phil!

Nice, well done!

I doff my chapeau. Sir! Great job.

Regards

Brian Kroon

Thanks Bruce, Tony, Bo and Brian. The sixties was such an incredible era of motor racing for the evolution of so many series including Trans-Am, Can-Am, F-1, Indy, GT, NASCAR and more.

Cars definitely got more complex in a very short period of time even during the individual seasons. In 1967, Trans-Am and even NASCAR racecars were still pretty close to street cars. After that, modifications started to get very serious.

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