1960’s Ford Factory Race Cars that were Street Legal!

1960’s Ford Factory Race Cars that were Street Legal!

This is the 1st video in the 1960s Factory Race Car series. Watch the other 2 here: 1960s Chrysler | Legendary Factory Lightweight Drag Racing Warriors https://www.youtube.com/redirect.php?w=M80xznNhc4g&t=34s Insane Factory Race Cars | 1960s Chevrolet & Pontiac https://www.youtube.com/redirect.php?w=GfhzBEn7MEI&t=3s In this video, we journey back to the automotive world of the 1960’s. We take a look at what the Ford Motor company was offering if someone wanted to buy an incredibly special, factory built car that was ready to take to a drag strip or a stock car track to race and also happened to be completely street legal. Did Ford actually make such unicorn cars that the general public could buy Yes, but with a caveat; The cars were mostly limited in production numbers and were considered experimental or homologation compliant cars. Simply put; Homologation cars were cars that the manufacturer was required to build in limited quantities and sell to the public that represented the version of the car that would compete in a racing event or series. Buckle up and hang on while put the hammer down and roar into the 1960’s for this review of the street legal race cars that Ford was offering if you were lucky enough to get one. 00:00 Intro 00:59 1963 Ford Galaxy Lightweight 02:52 1964 Ford Fairlane Thunderbolt 04:09 1966 Ford Fairlane 500 R-Code 05:34 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 07:22 1969 Ford GT 40 Road Version 08:52 Outro

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