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Muscle Car Of The Week Video #66: 1964 Ford Fairlane Sports Coupe K-Code 289
Http://www.musclecaroftheweek.com - Ford built muscular versions of nearly every car they made during the 1960s, and this 1964 Fairlane 500 Sports Coupe is a great example of how they turned a hum-drum family commuter into a stylish mini-muscle car that packed a serious punch. This Sports Coupe escaped the fate of a straight 6 in favor of a Hi-Po 289 V8 screwed to a 4-speed manual box. The K-Code version churned out 271 HP through increased compression, free-breathing intake and exhaust, a solid cam, and other hop-up goodies. The added bonus is the good looks of the Sports Coupe, wearing a slick Raven Black suit with a bright red interior. Extra-cool is the fact that it is all original and unrestored. It's our Muscle Car Of The Week from the Brother's Collection.
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The ZR9 Camaro is nearing the end of the paint stage, and we thought we'd share this shot of the hood after the application of the black Z/28 stripes over the Jet Stream Blue! The car is really looking slick!
When you purchase an Eddie Motorsports S-Drive Serpentine Pulley System, one part number gets you everything you need to fully accessorize the front of your engine. The kits will equip your engine with an ultra-reliable, single, six rib serpentine belt system that is easy to install and they are absolutely stunning to look at.
Eddie Motorsports has recently introduced their newest S-Drive Serpentine Pulley System for Big Block Mopar engines 383-426-440. The compact drive systems are American made and come complete with all of the necessary billet aluminum pulleys and mounting brackets that are CNC machined from 6061-T6 aluminum by Eddie Motorsports in their Southern California manufacturing facility. The Mopar S-Drives are the cleanest looking systems on the market and utilize a single spring loaded tensioner to keep the serpentine belt properly tensioned at all times; there is no need for multiple, unreliable, idler pulleys to clutter up the assembly.
Blue is a very popular color on first-generation Camaros, and for good reason – it looks fantastic! We are currently working on three different blue Camaros in the V8 Speed & Resto Shop. The '69 in the foreground is Jet Stream Blue, the '69 on the lift is in Lemans blue, and the '67 in the background is a custom mix. We might have the Camaro blues, but we dig it!