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Vaughn Gittin’s RTR-X Mustang Project getting prepped for SEMA debut

October 26, 2010 Mustang News No Comments

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We are less than a week away from the 2010 SEMA show where Vaughn Gittin Jr. will debut his latest creation, the RTR-X Mustang.  Vaughn’s retro 1969 RTR-X Mustang is undergoing final paintwork and assembly in preparation for the SEMA show in Las Vegas.  The RTR-X Mustang project is a collaboration between Vaughn and Team Need for Speed who used a 1969 Dynacorn Mustang replacement body shell as a starting point for what they hope will be one mean track and street machine. 

Powering the RTR-X Mustang will be the new Ford Racing Boss 302R crate engine which puts out 440 horsepower but Vaughn and his team are hoping for somewhere in the 450-500 horsepower range after some tinkering.   

Other goodies found on this retro themed Mustang will be a Ford Racing Boss 302R1 six-speed transmission, Wilwood brakes, 18-inch Work Meister wheels with Falken RT615-K rubber, Art Morrison sub-frame assembly and Motec M800 ECU coupled with a Motec Sport Dash Logger digital display.

Check out some of the build photos below as it comes down to the wire.  You can also see all the latest photos by heading over to SpeedHunters.com.




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