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5-wide 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback . 5-wide 'Stang Fastback GTA . This will be my second entry for the 5 wide contest, my entry for the American car contest, and for the pre 1975 contest. :P Anyway, it is a 1967 'Stang, Fastback GTA version. I was thinking, well, I want to do the American car contest, but I also want to do something 5-wide... And something classic! Muscle car! So I went through my new October TG mag, yes, the one with the green carpets in Clarkson's merc, and in Hammond's icons, I found it. The Mustang! Then I looked which ones were for sale, and I picked the 1967 Fastback GTA. Not that I bought it, just... I built it. The coke bottle design was the hardest, that little cheese slope did the trick, but it was hard to put the fastback tail on that. A lot of jumper plates were the answer. Some snot to make those taillights. The roof. I wanted two stripes. I needed two stripes. I made two stripes. And... what's this? There's a race! (I was planning to put a girl with a flag there, but I forgot... :P) Ready to roll! Why even Eleanor, the Shelby GT500 from 'Gone in sixty seconds' (the new movie from 2000) has joined in on the fun! Those big Shelby taillights look great... THREE... TWO... ONE... GO!!! Thanks for viewing!


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