Because the underside of this car is all shielded and ducted, there is basically nowhere to hook on to at the rear for trailering or even to put on a dyno.
So I got these tie downs from Ford Performance.
They bolt into existing holes and are a factory piece on the Cobra Jet Mustangs.
There are 4 hooks, one for each corner but I plan on only using the rear ones.
In front there are nice hook points on the K member.
When I saw pictures of these on the internet I was afraid they were too narrow for strap hooks to fit properly.
The first thing I did was test fit the strap hooks.
They passed the test nicely.
They told me it was their cost price on the Ford Performance filter.
They initially quoted me for the Airaid filter but at last minute did not want to take chance of slight difference so sold me FP for same price they had quoted Airaid.
The same filter sold by Airaid is a bit less expensive than getting it from FP.
Now we have proof it’s the same filter.
It’s in the Airaid box with a FP part sticker on.
Not as exciting as Trevor and Al’s builds, but going to be able to register the car with this plate.
65 being the first and best year of GT350 production with the R genuine race cars winning important races and championships.