Fbodyfreak has captured these two wild street racing videos featuring a two generations of mustangs. The footage he has captured features a few street races between a white 1991 Fox Body Mustang and a blue 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT 500.
Both the 67 and the 91 are far from your average stangs, these blue oval musclecars have wild engines under the hood. The 91 Fox Body; nicknamed “Yahtzee” may look all Ford on the outside, but under the hood it’s all Chevy. It’s powered by an LS1 383 stroker that is tied to a TH400 transmission.The LS1 is equipped with an 88mm comp turbo which gives 20 lbs of boost.
The 1967 Shelby; nicknamed “NDA9s” is powered by a 440 Windsor engine. This is a crate engine produced by Nelson Racing Engines, it is based off of the Windsor design. The motor runs on e85, it makes 550 rwhp and it’s tied to a Powerglide, for added power it has two 125 shots of nitrous.
The race between the two cars took place a long and lonesome highway some where southwest of Omaha (judging by the desert terrain). The cars lined up with the Fox body in the left lane and the Shelby in the right. They were given the signal and the blue GT 500 took off and crushed the Fox Body right off the line. The second race they swapped lanes and the same result the 67 Shelby has the win from the start. A few months earlier both cars races when the 91 had a PT88 turbo that only produced 9 lbs and the Shelby was all motor. The Shelby could not hook and the Fox Body won each race that day.