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Jeff's Redfire Metallic '07 V6

My Redfire Metallic 2007 Mustang I call “The Toy” originally started out as a V6 Pony Package car. It saw 30k miles as a daily driver, until I saved the parts for its transformation. I built a forged high-compression 5.4L DOHC engine, using rare Australian intake manifolds, a retuned GT500 computer and GT500 harness. I swapped out the entire suspension for Ford Racing parts and installed one of their 3.73 8.8” rears. After a few years with that combo, I built a pretty nice 600rwhp GT500 supercharged engine and swapped that in place. That engine was eventually sold and I built a mild 4.6L 3V to make the car into a reasonable 20mpg daily driver.

The Lowdown

  • Performance Upgrades
  • Ford Racing Cold Air Intake
  • Ford Racing Stinger axle-backs
  • Ford Racing “P” lowering springs
  • Ford Racing Handling Package
  • Exedy Mach 400 Clutch
  • Hurst Comp Plus Shifter
  • BMR Adjustable Panhard Bar
  • Wheels & Tires
  • 18 x 8.5" Stock Bullitt Wheels
  • 255-45-18 Tires
  • 255-55-18 Tires
  • Future Upgrades
  • Roush R2300 Supercharger Kit


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I have been a Mustang fanatic since 1979, when my neighbor took me for a ride in his new Indy Pace Car Edition Mustang. At 15, I started a father-son project 1969 Mach 1 that began a lifelong path of engine building and hot-rodding. Over all of these years, I have owned nearly a dozen Mustangs and 21 other Fox T-birds, Lightnings, Mark 8’s, etc. that have all been engine-swapped or modified to my taste. As a high school history teacher, I taught an engine building club, where I taught students hands-on basic engine building skills using Ford 302 engines. I have personally built 42 engines for myself and others, and find engines more interesting than exterior styling. I do all of my own modifications and do not let anyone work on my cars. My dream is to eventually build another 1969 Mach 1 using a Dynacorn body.