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Walter’s ’66 Fastback

Shortly after bringing his beautiful Mustang home from a restoration shop, Walter realized that the exhaust hung too low, the pipes were not mandrel-bent, the mufflers were not hung evenly, and the trumpet tips were not aligned properly. So, he brought his fastback to Hanksville to see if these could be fixed. After discussing various options, Walter asked us to remove his existing exhaust and to build a new, high-quality custom exhaust for his newly-restored car.

As soon as the car was on the lift, we covered it in plastic to keep dust off of the new paint.

This dual exhaust is made from 2.5" 409 stainless steel, which was fully TIG-welded for the absolute best appearance. We reused Walter's nearly-new Flowmaster mufflers and original-style trumpet tips. The exhaust is routed under the transmission crossmember, then tucks well up inside the driveshaft tunnel for maximum ground clearance. We custom mandrel-bent the H-pipe crossover to equalize the exhaust note; like the rest of the exhaust the H-pipe is designed for maximum ground clearance. The mufflers and tailpipes are also tucked up close to the body, and we took extra care to align the trumpet tips so that they exit evenly through the GT-style bezels. This exhaust fits great and thanks to the Fllowmaster mufflers it has an aggressive sound and feel!



Walter’s ’66 Fastback

Shortly after bringing his beautiful Mustang home from a restoration shop, Walter realized that the exhaust hung too low, the pipes were not mandrel-bent, the mufflers were not hung evenly, and the trumpet tips were not aligned properly. So, he brought his fastback to Hanksville to see if these could be fixed. After discussing various options, Walter asked us to remove his existing exhaust and to build a new, high-quality custom exhaust for his newly-restored car.

As soon as the car was on the lift, we covered it in plastic to keep dust off of the new paint.

This dual exhaust is made from 2.5" 409 stainless steel, which was fully TIG-welded for the absolute best appearance. We reused Walter's nearly-new Flowmaster mufflers and original-style trumpet tips. The exhaust is routed under the transmission crossmember, then tucks well up inside the driveshaft tunnel for maximum ground clearance. We custom mandrel-bent the H-pipe crossover to equalize the exhaust note; like the rest of the exhaust the H-pipe is designed for maximum ground clearance. The mufflers and tailpipes are also tucked up close to the body, and we took extra care to align the trumpet tips so that they exit evenly through the GT-style bezels. This exhaust fits great and thanks to the Fllowmaster mufflers it has an aggressive sound and feel!



Walter’s ’66 Fastback

Shortly after bringing his beautiful Mustang home from a restoration shop, Walter realized that the exhaust hung too low, the pipes were not mandrel-bent, the mufflers were not hung evenly, and the trumpet tips were not aligned properly. So, he brought his fastback to Hanksville to see if these could be fixed. After discussing various options, Walter asked us to remove his existing exhaust and to build a new, high-quality custom exhaust for his newly-restored car.

As soon as the car was on the lift, we covered it in plastic to keep dust off of the new paint.

This dual exhaust is made from 2.5" 409 stainless steel, which was fully TIG-welded for the absolute best appearance. We reused Walter's nearly-new Flowmaster mufflers and original-style trumpet tips. The exhaust is routed under the transmission crossmember, then tucks well up inside the driveshaft tunnel for maximum ground clearance. We custom mandrel-bent the H-pipe crossover to equalize the exhaust note; like the rest of the exhaust the H-pipe is designed for maximum ground clearance. The mufflers and tailpipes are also tucked up close to the body, and we took extra care to align the trumpet tips so that they exit evenly through the GT-style bezels. This exhaust fits great and thanks to the Fllowmaster mufflers it has an aggressive sound and feel!



Walter’s ’66 Fastback

Shortly after bringing his beautiful Mustang home from a restoration shop, Walter realized that the exhaust hung too low, the pipes were not mandrel-bent, the mufflers were not hung evenly, and the trumpet tips were not aligned properly. So, he brought his fastback to Hanksville to see if these could be fixed. After discussing various options, Walter asked us to remove his existing exhaust and to build a new, high-quality custom exhaust for his newly-restored car.

As soon as the car was on the lift, we covered it in plastic to keep dust off of the new paint.

This dual exhaust is made from 2.5" 409 stainless steel, which was fully TIG-welded for the absolute best appearance. We reused Walter's nearly-new Flowmaster mufflers and original-style trumpet tips. The exhaust is routed under the transmission crossmember, then tucks well up inside the driveshaft tunnel for maximum ground clearance. We custom mandrel-bent the H-pipe crossover to equalize the exhaust note; like the rest of the exhaust the H-pipe is designed for maximum ground clearance. The mufflers and tailpipes are also tucked up close to the body, and we took extra care to align the trumpet tips so that they exit evenly through the GT-style bezels. This exhaust fits great and thanks to the Fllowmaster mufflers it has an aggressive sound and feel!



Ray’s ’65 Fastback

Ray's fastback is a great blend of classic Mustang styling with modern upgrades. While the body is mainly stock except for the rear spoiler, the rest of the car has been modified with large brakes, a 347 and T-56 transmission, undercar crossbracing and a 4-link rear suspension. Ray heard about Hanksville's reputation for great-fitting, custom mandrel-bent exhausts and discussed his plans with us while the car was in the planning stages. A year later, the car was ready for the finishing touches, including the exhaust.

Ray chose to have Hanksville build a 2.5" stainless steel dual exhaust with a custom H-pipe crossover and stainless steel tips exiting through the bezels in the rear valence. Ray wanted a classic, aggressive musclecar sound, so he chose
Flowmaster 40-series mufflers. Since the exhaust was routed through the crossbraces, we fabricated custom hanger tabs and used sturdy high-temp hanger grommets to attach the exhaust to the crossbraces, keeping the exhaust from moving and rattling against the chassis. Because the exhaust was hung so tightly, we used stainless steel flex couplers to isolate the exhaust from engine movement.

This exhaust fits great, provides maximum ground clearance and suspension cycling, and will sound terrific. Thanks, Ray, for choosing Hanksville to help you with this beautiful car!




Ray’s ’65 Fastback

Ray's fastback is a great blend of classic Mustang styling with modern upgrades. While the body is mainly stock except for the rear spoiler, the rest of the car has been modified with large brakes, a 347 and T-56 transmission, undercar crossbracing and a 4-link rear suspension. Ray heard about Hanksville's reputation for great-fitting, custom mandrel-bent exhausts and discussed his plans with us while the car was in the planning stages. A year later, the car was ready for the finishing touches, including the exhaust.

Ray chose to have Hanksville build a 2.5" stainless steel dual exhaust with a custom H-pipe crossover and stainless steel tips exiting through the bezels in the rear valence. Ray wanted a classic, aggressive musclecar sound, so he chose
Flowmaster 40-series mufflers. Since the exhaust was routed through the crossbraces, we fabricated custom hanger tabs and used sturdy high-temp hanger grommets to attach the exhaust to the crossbraces, keeping the exhaust from moving and rattling against the chassis. Because the exhaust was hung so tightly, we used stainless steel flex couplers to isolate the exhaust from engine movement.

This exhaust fits great, provides maximum ground clearance and suspension cycling, and will sound terrific. Thanks, Ray, for choosing Hanksville to help you with this beautiful car!




Ray’s ’65 Fastback

Ray's fastback is a great blend of classic Mustang styling with modern upgrades. While the body is mainly stock except for the rear spoiler, the rest of the car has been modified with large brakes, a 347 and T-56 transmission, undercar crossbracing and a 4-link rear suspension. Ray heard about Hanksville's reputation for great-fitting, custom mandrel-bent exhausts and discussed his plans with us while the car was in the planning stages. A year later, the car was ready for the finishing touches, including the exhaust.

Ray chose to have Hanksville build a 2.5" stainless steel dual exhaust with a custom H-pipe crossover and stainless steel tips exiting through the bezels in the rear valence. Ray wanted a classic, aggressive musclecar sound, so he chose
Flowmaster 40-series mufflers. Since the exhaust was routed through the crossbraces, we fabricated custom hanger tabs and used sturdy high-temp hanger grommets to attach the exhaust to the crossbraces, keeping the exhaust from moving and rattling against the chassis. Because the exhaust was hung so tightly, we used stainless steel flex couplers to isolate the exhaust from engine movement.

This exhaust fits great, provides maximum ground clearance and suspension cycling, and will sound terrific. Thanks, Ray, for choosing Hanksville to help you with this beautiful car!




Ray’s ’65 Fastback

Ray's fastback is a great blend of classic Mustang styling with modern upgrades. While the body is mainly stock except for the rear spoiler, the rest of the car has been modified with large brakes, a 347 and T-56 transmission, undercar crossbracing and a 4-link rear suspension. Ray heard about Hanksville's reputation for great-fitting, custom mandrel-bent exhausts and discussed his plans with us while the car was in the planning stages. A year later, the car was ready for the finishing touches, including the exhaust.

Ray chose to have Hanksville build a 2.5" stainless steel dual exhaust with a custom H-pipe crossover and stainless steel tips exiting through the bezels in the rear valence. Ray wanted a classic, aggressive musclecar sound, so he chose
Flowmaster 40-series mufflers. Since the exhaust was routed through the crossbraces, we fabricated custom hanger tabs and used sturdy high-temp hanger grommets to attach the exhaust to the crossbraces, keeping the exhaust from moving and rattling against the chassis. Because the exhaust was hung so tightly, we used stainless steel flex couplers to isolate the exhaust from engine movement.

This exhaust fits great, provides maximum ground clearance and suspension cycling, and will sound terrific. Thanks, Ray, for choosing Hanksville to help you with this beautiful car!




Ray’s ’65 Fastback

Ray's fastback is a great blend of classic Mustang styling with modern upgrades. While the body is mainly stock except for the rear spoiler, the rest of the car has been modified with large brakes, a 347 and T-56 transmission, undercar crossbracing and a 4-link rear suspension. Ray heard about Hanksville's reputation for great-fitting, custom mandrel-bent exhausts and discussed his plans with us while the car was in the planning stages. A year later, the car was ready for the finishing touches, including the exhaust.

Ray chose to have Hanksville build a 2.5" stainless steel dual exhaust with a custom H-pipe crossover and stainless steel tips exiting through the bezels in the rear valence. Ray wanted a classic, aggressive musclecar sound, so he chose
Flowmaster 40-series mufflers. Since the exhaust was routed through the crossbraces, we fabricated custom hanger tabs and used sturdy high-temp hanger grommets to attach the exhaust to the crossbraces, keeping the exhaust from moving and rattling against the chassis. Because the exhaust was hung so tightly, we used stainless steel flex couplers to isolate the exhaust from engine movement.

This exhaust fits great, provides maximum ground clearance and suspension cycling, and will sound terrific. Thanks, Ray, for choosing Hanksville to help you with this beautiful car!




Ray’s ’65 Fastback

Ray's fastback is a great blend of classic Mustang styling with modern upgrades. While the body is mainly stock except for the rear spoiler, the rest of the car has been modified with large brakes, a 347 and T-56 transmission, undercar crossbracing and a 4-link rear suspension. Ray heard about Hanksville's reputation for great-fitting, custom mandrel-bent exhausts and discussed his plans with us while the car was in the planning stages. A year later, the car was ready for the finishing touches, including the exhaust.

Ray chose to have Hanksville build a 2.5" stainless steel dual exhaust with a custom H-pipe crossover and stainless steel tips exiting through the bezels in the rear valence. Ray wanted a classic, aggressive musclecar sound, so he chose
Flowmaster 40-series mufflers. Since the exhaust was routed through the crossbraces, we fabricated custom hanger tabs and used sturdy high-temp hanger grommets to attach the exhaust to the crossbraces, keeping the exhaust from moving and rattling against the chassis. Because the exhaust was hung so tightly, we used stainless steel flex couplers to isolate the exhaust from engine movement.

This exhaust fits great, provides maximum ground clearance and suspension cycling, and will sound terrific. Thanks, Ray, for choosing Hanksville to help you with this beautiful car!




Ray’s ’65 Fastback

Ray's fastback is a great blend of classic Mustang styling with modern upgrades. While the body is mainly stock except for the rear spoiler, the rest of the car has been modified with large brakes, a 347 and T-56 transmission, undercar crossbracing and a 4-link rear suspension. Ray heard about Hanksville's reputation for great-fitting, custom mandrel-bent exhausts and discussed his plans with us while the car was in the planning stages. A year later, the car was ready for the finishing touches, including the exhaust.

Ray chose to have Hanksville build a 2.5" stainless steel dual exhaust with a custom H-pipe crossover and stainless steel tips exiting through the bezels in the rear valence. Ray wanted a classic, aggressive musclecar sound, so he chose
Flowmaster 40-series mufflers. Since the exhaust was routed through the crossbraces, we fabricated custom hanger tabs and used sturdy high-temp hanger grommets to attach the exhaust to the crossbraces, keeping the exhaust from moving and rattling against the chassis. Because the exhaust was hung so tightly, we used stainless steel flex couplers to isolate the exhaust from engine movement.

This exhaust fits great, provides maximum ground clearance and suspension cycling, and will sound terrific. Thanks, Ray, for choosing Hanksville to help you with this beautiful car!




Ray’s ’65 Fastback

Ray's fastback is a great blend of classic Mustang styling with modern upgrades. While the body is mainly stock except for the rear spoiler, the rest of the car has been modified with large brakes, a 347 and T-56 transmission, undercar crossbracing and a 4-link rear suspension. Ray heard about Hanksville's reputation for great-fitting, custom mandrel-bent exhausts and discussed his plans with us while the car was in the planning stages. A year later, the car was ready for the finishing touches, including the exhaust.

Ray chose to have Hanksville build a 2.5" stainless steel dual exhaust with a custom H-pipe crossover and stainless steel tips exiting through the bezels in the rear valence. Ray wanted a classic, aggressive musclecar sound, so he chose
Flowmaster 40-series mufflers. Since the exhaust was routed through the crossbraces, we fabricated custom hanger tabs and used sturdy high-temp hanger grommets to attach the exhaust to the crossbraces, keeping the exhaust from moving and rattling against the chassis. Because the exhaust was hung so tightly, we used stainless steel flex couplers to isolate the exhaust from engine movement.

This exhaust fits great, provides maximum ground clearance and suspension cycling, and will sound terrific. Thanks, Ray, for choosing Hanksville to help you with this beautiful car!




Ray’s ’65 Fastback

Ray's fastback is a great blend of classic Mustang styling with modern upgrades. While the body is mainly stock except for the rear spoiler, the rest of the car has been modified with large brakes, a 347 and T-56 transmission, undercar crossbracing and a 4-link rear suspension. Ray heard about Hanksville's reputation for great-fitting, custom mandrel-bent exhausts and discussed his plans with us while the car was in the planning stages. A year later, the car was ready for the finishing touches, including the exhaust.

Ray chose to have Hanksville build a 2.5" stainless steel dual exhaust with a custom H-pipe crossover and stainless steel tips exiting through the bezels in the rear valence. Ray wanted a classic, aggressive musclecar sound, so he chose
Flowmaster 40-series mufflers. Since the exhaust was routed through the crossbraces, we fabricated custom hanger tabs and used sturdy high-temp hanger grommets to attach the exhaust to the crossbraces, keeping the exhaust from moving and rattling against the chassis. Because the exhaust was hung so tightly, we used stainless steel flex couplers to isolate the exhaust from engine movement.

This exhaust fits great, provides maximum ground clearance and suspension cycling, and will sound terrific. Thanks, Ray, for choosing Hanksville to help you with this beautiful car!





Ray’s ’65 Fastback

Ray's fastback is a great blend of classic Mustang styling with modern upgrades. While the body is mainly stock except for the rear spoiler, the rest of the car has been modified with large brakes, a 347 and T-56 transmission, undercar crossbracing and a 4-link rear suspension. Ray heard about Hanksville's reputation for great-fitting, custom mandrel-bent exhausts and discussed his plans with us while the car was in the planning stages. A year later, the car was ready for the finishing touches, including the exhaust.

Ray chose to have Hanksville build a 2.5" stainless steel dual exhaust with a custom H-pipe crossover and stainless steel tips exiting through the bezels in the rear valence. Ray wanted a classic, aggressive musclecar sound, so he chose
Flowmaster 40-series mufflers. Since the exhaust was routed through the crossbraces, we fabricated custom hanger tabs and used sturdy high-temp hanger grommets to attach the exhaust to the crossbraces, keeping the exhaust from moving and rattling against the chassis. Because the exhaust was hung so tightly, we used stainless steel flex couplers to isolate the exhaust from engine movement.

This exhaust fits great, provides maximum ground clearance and suspension cycling, and will sound terrific. Thanks, Ray, for choosing Hanksville to help you with this beautiful car!





Ray’s ’65 Fastback

Ray's fastback is a great blend of classic Mustang styling with modern upgrades. While the body is mainly stock except for the rear spoiler, the rest of the car has been modified with large brakes, a 347 and T-56 transmission, undercar crossbracing and a 4-link rear suspension. Ray heard about Hanksville's reputation for great-fitting, custom mandrel-bent exhausts and discussed his plans with us while the car was in the planning stages. A year later, the car was ready for the finishing touches, including the exhaust.

Ray chose to have Hanksville build a 2.5" stainless steel dual exhaust with a custom H-pipe crossover and stainless steel tips exiting through the bezels in the rear valence. Ray wanted a classic, aggressive musclecar sound, so he chose
Flowmaster 40-series mufflers. Since the exhaust was routed through the crossbraces, we fabricated custom hanger tabs and used sturdy high-temp hanger grommets to attach the exhaust to the crossbraces, keeping the exhaust from moving and rattling against the chassis. Because the exhaust was hung so tightly, we used stainless steel flex couplers to isolate the exhaust from engine movement.

This exhaust fits great, provides maximum ground clearance and suspension cycling, and will sound terrific. Thanks, Ray, for choosing Hanksville to help you with this beautiful car!





Ray’s ’65 Fastback

Ray's fastback is a great blend of classic Mustang styling with modern upgrades. While the body is mainly stock except for the rear spoiler, the rest of the car has been modified with large brakes, a 347 and T-56 transmission, undercar crossbracing and a 4-link rear suspension. Ray heard about Hanksville's reputation for great-fitting, custom mandrel-bent exhausts and discussed his plans with us while the car was in the planning stages. A year later, the car was ready for the finishing touches, including the exhaust.

Ray chose to have Hanksville build a 2.5" stainless steel dual exhaust with a custom H-pipe crossover and stainless steel tips exiting through the bezels in the rear valence. Ray wanted a classic, aggressive musclecar sound, so he chose
Flowmaster 40-series mufflers. Since the exhaust was routed through the crossbraces, we fabricated custom hanger tabs and used sturdy high-temp hanger grommets to attach the exhaust to the crossbraces, keeping the exhaust from moving and rattling against the chassis. Because the exhaust was hung so tightly, we used stainless steel flex couplers to isolate the exhaust from engine movement.

This exhaust fits great, provides maximum ground clearance and suspension cycling, and will sound terrific. Thanks, Ray, for choosing Hanksville to help you with this beautiful car!


Bret’s GT500

The supercharged 5.4L modular motors in the new GT500s are nice engines, with a wide powerband and many
available
aftermarket upgrades. Their exhausts, however, are quiet and restrictive. Bret wanted to give his Cobra a more muscular sound, and asked Hanksville to fabricate a new axle-back system.

We recommended stainless steel Magnaflow mufflers because of their straight-through design and stainless steel contruction. After mandrel-bending new tailpipes, we TIG-welded new 4" polished stainless steel tips, using OEM-style stainless steel clamps to attach the exhaust. The exhaust sound is very throaty without being too loud, and adds power that can really be felt.


Bret’s GT500

The supercharged 5.4L modular motors in the new GT500s are nice engines, with a wide powerband and many
available
aftermarket upgrades. Their exhausts, however, are quiet and restrictive. Bret wanted to give his Cobra a more muscular sound, and asked Hanksville to fabricate a new axle-back system.

We recommended stainless steel Magnaflow mufflers because of their straight-through design and stainless steel contruction. After mandrel-bending new tailpipes, we TIG-welded new 4" polished stainless steel tips, using OEM-style stainless steel clamps to attach the exhaust. The exhaust sound is very throaty without being too loud, and adds power that can really be felt.



Bret’s GT500

The supercharged 5.4L modular motors in the new GT500s are nice engines, with a wide powerband and many
available
aftermarket upgrades. Their exhausts, however, are quiet and restrictive. Bret wanted to give his Cobra a more muscular sound, and asked Hanksville to fabricate a new axle-back system.

We recommended stainless steel Magnaflow mufflers because of their straight-through design and stainless steel contruction. After mandrel-bending new tailpipes, we TIG-welded new 4" polished stainless steel tips, using OEM-style stainless steel clamps to attach the exhaust. The exhaust sound is very throaty without being too loud, and adds power that can really be felt.



Bret’s GT500

The supercharged 5.4L modular motors in the new GT500s are nice engines, with a wide powerband and many
available
aftermarket upgrades. Their exhausts, however, are quiet and restrictive. Bret wanted to give his Cobra a more muscular sound, and asked Hanksville to fabricate a new axle-back system.

We recommended stainless steel Magnaflow mufflers because of their straight-through design and stainless steel contruction. After mandrel-bending new tailpipes, we TIG-welded new 4" polished stainless steel tips, using OEM-style stainless steel clamps to attach the exhaust. The exhaust sound is very throaty without being too loud, and adds power that can really be felt.



Bret’s GT500

The supercharged 5.4L modular motors in the new GT500s are nice engines, with a wide powerband and many
available
aftermarket upgrades. Their exhausts, however, are quiet and restrictive. Bret wanted to give his Cobra a more muscular sound, and asked Hanksville to fabricate a new axle-back system.

We recommended stainless steel Magnaflow mufflers because of their straight-through design and stainless steel contruction. After mandrel-bending new tailpipes, we TIG-welded new 4" polished stainless steel tips, using OEM-style stainless steel clamps to attach the exhaust. The exhaust sound is very throaty without being too loud, and adds power that can really be felt.



Bret’s GT500

The supercharged 5.4L modular motors in the new GT500s are nice engines, with a wide powerband and many
available
aftermarket upgrades. Their exhausts, however, are quiet and restrictive. Bret wanted to give his Cobra a more muscular sound, and asked Hanksville to fabricate a new axle-back system.

We recommended stainless steel Magnaflow mufflers because of their straight-through design and stainless steel contruction. After mandrel-bending new tailpipes, we TIG-welded new 4" polished stainless steel tips, using OEM-style stainless steel clamps to attach the exhaust. The exhaust sound is very throaty without being too loud, and adds power that can really be felt.



Bret’s GT500

The supercharged 5.4L modular motors in the new GT500s are nice engines, with a wide powerband and many
available
aftermarket upgrades. Their exhausts, however, are quiet and restrictive. Bret wanted to give his Cobra a more muscular sound, and asked Hanksville to fabricate a new axle-back system.

We recommended stainless steel Magnaflow mufflers because of their straight-through design and stainless steel contruction. After mandrel-bending new tailpipes, we TIG-welded new 4" polished stainless steel tips, using OEM-style stainless steel clamps to attach the exhaust. The exhaust sound is very throaty without being too loud, and adds power that can really be felt.



Bret’s GT500

The supercharged 5.4L modular motors in the new GT500s are nice engines, with a wide powerband and many
available
aftermarket upgrades. Their exhausts, however, are quiet and restrictive. Bret wanted to give his Cobra a more muscular sound, and asked Hanksville to fabricate a new axle-back system.

We recommended stainless steel Magnaflow mufflers because of their straight-through design and stainless steel contruction. After mandrel-bending new tailpipes, we TIG-welded new 4" polished stainless steel tips, using OEM-style stainless steel clamps to attach the exhaust. The exhaust sound is very throaty without being too loud, and adds power that can really be felt.



Bret’s GT500

The supercharged 5.4L modular motors in the new GT500s are nice engines, with a wide powerband and many
available
aftermarket upgrades. Their exhausts, however, are quiet and restrictive. Bret wanted to give his Cobra a more muscular sound, and asked Hanksville to fabricate a new axle-back system.

We recommended stainless steel Magnaflow mufflers because of their straight-through design and stainless steel contruction. After mandrel-bending new tailpipes, we TIG-welded new 4" polished stainless steel tips, using OEM-style stainless steel clamps to attach the exhaust. The exhaust sound is very throaty without being too loud, and adds power that can really be felt.



Bret’s GT500

The supercharged 5.4L modular motors in the new GT500s are nice engines, with a wide powerband and many
available
aftermarket upgrades. Their exhausts, however, are quiet and restrictive. Bret wanted to give his Cobra a more muscular sound, and asked Hanksville to fabricate a new axle-back system.

We recommended stainless steel Magnaflow mufflers because of their straight-through design and stainless steel contruction. After mandrel-bending new tailpipes, we TIG-welded new 4" polished stainless steel tips, using OEM-style stainless steel clamps to attach the exhaust. The exhaust sound is very throaty without being too loud, and adds power that can really be felt.



Lynn’s ’73 Mach 1

Lynn has worked on many early Mustangs. This is his first ’72-’73 project, which he has built for a friend. This car has its original 351 Cleveland power along with a C-6 transmission. Lynn’s custom mandrel-bent Hanksville exhaust is made from 2.5" aluminized mild steel tube, and includes a custom-fitted H-pipe crossover to even-out the exhaust tone between the two cylinder banks.

After discussing the sound that Lynn wanted the exhaust to have, we recommended Magnaflow mufflers. We fitted the pipes and mufflers close to the body to maximize ground clearance, and custom-bent the tailpipes to wrap over the rear axle and between the fuel tank and rear leaf springs. The tailpipes exit through the cutouts in the stock rear valence, and use stock exhaust tips to maintain a nice, restored appearance.



Lynn’s ’73 Mach 1

Lynn has worked on many early Mustangs. This is his first ’72-’73 project, which he has built for a friend. This car has its original 351 Cleveland power along with a C-6 transmission. Lynn’s custom mandrel-bent Hanksville exhaust is made from 2.5" aluminized mild steel tube, and includes a custom-fitted H-pipe crossover to even-out the exhaust tone between the two cylinder banks.

After discussing the sound that Lynn wanted the exhaust to have, we recommended Magnaflow mufflers. We fitted the pipes and mufflers close to the body to maximize ground clearance, and custom-bent the tailpipes to wrap over the rear axle and between the fuel tank and rear leaf springs. The tailpipes exit through the cutouts in the stock rear valence, and use stock exhaust tips to maintain a nice, restored appearance.



Lynn’s ’73 Mach 1

Lynn has worked on many early Mustangs. This is his first ’72-’73 project, which he has built for a friend. This car has its original 351 Cleveland power along with a C-6 transmission. Lynn’s custom mandrel-bent Hanksville exhaust is made from 2.5" aluminized mild steel tube, and includes a custom-fitted H-pipe crossover to even-out the exhaust tone between the two cylinder banks.

After discussing the sound that Lynn wanted the exhaust to have, we recommended Magnaflow mufflers. We fitted the pipes and mufflers close to the body to maximize ground clearance, and custom-bent the tailpipes to wrap over the rear axle and between the fuel tank and rear leaf springs. The tailpipes exit through the cutouts in the stock rear valence, and use stock exhaust tips to maintain a nice, restored appearance.



Lynn’s ’73 Mach 1

Lynn has worked on many early Mustangs. This is his first ’72-’73 project, which he has built for a friend. This car has its original 351 Cleveland power along with a C-6 transmission. Lynn’s custom mandrel-bent Hanksville exhaust is made from 2.5" aluminized mild steel tube, and includes a custom-fitted H-pipe crossover to even-out the exhaust tone between the two cylinder banks.

After discussing the sound that Lynn wanted the exhaust to have, we recommended Magnaflow mufflers. We fitted the pipes and mufflers close to the body to maximize ground clearance, and custom-bent the tailpipes to wrap over the rear axle and between the fuel tank and rear leaf springs. The tailpipes exit through the cutouts in the stock rear valence, and use stock exhaust tips to maintain a nice, restored appearance.



Lynn’s ’73 Mach 1

Lynn has worked on many early Mustangs. This is his first ’72-’73 project, which he has built for a friend. This car has its original 351 Cleveland power along with a C-6 transmission. Lynn’s custom mandrel-bent Hanksville exhaust is made from 2.5" aluminized mild steel tube, and includes a custom-fitted H-pipe crossover to even-out the exhaust tone between the two cylinder banks.

After discussing the sound that Lynn wanted the exhaust to have, we recommended Magnaflow mufflers. We fitted the pipes and mufflers close to the body to maximize ground clearance, and custom-bent the tailpipes to wrap over the rear axle and between the fuel tank and rear leaf springs. The tailpipes exit through the cutouts in the stock rear valence, and use stock exhaust tips to maintain a nice, restored appearance.



Lynn’s ’73 Mach 1

Lynn has worked on many early Mustangs. This is his first ’72-’73 project, which he has built for a friend. This car has its original 351 Cleveland power along with a C-6 transmission. Lynn’s custom mandrel-bent Hanksville exhaust is made from 2.5" aluminized mild steel tube, and includes a custom-fitted H-pipe crossover to even-out the exhaust tone between the two cylinder banks.

After discussing the sound that Lynn wanted the exhaust to have, we recommended Magnaflow mufflers. We fitted the pipes and mufflers close to the body to maximize ground clearance, and custom-bent the tailpipes to wrap over the rear axle and between the fuel tank and rear leaf springs. The tailpipes exit through the cutouts in the stock rear valence, and use stock exhaust tips to maintain a nice, restored appearance.



Lynn’s ’73 Mach 1

Lynn has worked on many early Mustangs. This is his first ’72-’73 project, which he has built for a friend. This car has its original 351 Cleveland power along with a C-6 transmission. Lynn’s custom mandrel-bent Hanksville exhaust is made from 2.5" aluminized mild steel tube, and includes a custom-fitted H-pipe crossover to even-out the exhaust tone between the two cylinder banks.

After discussing the sound that Lynn wanted the exhaust to have, we recommended Magnaflow mufflers. We fitted the pipes and mufflers close to the body to maximize ground clearance, and custom-bent the tailpipes to wrap over the rear axle and between the fuel tank and rear leaf springs. The tailpipes exit through the cutouts in the stock rear valence, and use stock exhaust tips to maintain a nice, restored appearance.



Lynn’s ’73 Mach 1

Lynn has worked on many early Mustangs. This is his first ’72-’73 project, which he has built for a friend. This car has its original 351 Cleveland power along with a C-6 transmission. Lynn’s custom mandrel-bent Hanksville exhaust is made from 2.5" aluminized mild steel tube, and includes a custom-fitted H-pipe crossover to even-out the exhaust tone between the two cylinder banks.

After discussing the sound that Lynn wanted the exhaust to have, we recommended Magnaflow mufflers. We fitted the pipes and mufflers close to the body to maximize ground clearance, and custom-bent the tailpipes to wrap over the rear axle and between the fuel tank and rear leaf springs. The tailpipes exit through the cutouts in the stock rear valence, and use stock exhaust tips to maintain a nice, restored appearance.



Barry’s Mustang Fastback

We dig the grey and black paint scheme on Barry’s car. Coupled with the vintage-look Edelbrock wheels, this car really looks great. However, the 460 under the hood makes this car even more impressive! Barry wanted to upgrade the exhaust, so he brought the car to Hanksville for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

After discussing his preferences regarding sound level and tone, we recommended that Barry use Flowmaster 50-series Delta Flow mufflers. These mufflers are a little larger than the standard small-case Flowmaster 40-series mufflers and the small-case Magnaflows, so they don’t tuck-up quite as high as the smaller mufflers. However, they do a good job of toning-down the exhaust note of big block engines.

Barry opted not to use a crossover pipe. We added offset bends before the mufflers to fit the pipes as high as possible, enhancing the appearance and increasing ground clearance.

We recommended the use of stainless steel band clamps where the tailpipes meet the mufflers, to ensure that the exhaust can be easily-removed to allow servicing of the drivetrain. The band clamps are more expensive than regular muffler clamps, but they are reusable and do not kink the tube where the pipes are joined. We recommend this style of clamp on all of our premium exhausts.

To finish the exhaust, Barry chose a pair of rectangular polished stainless steel tips.


Barry’s Mustang Fastback

We dig the grey and black paint scheme on Barry’s car. Coupled with the vintage-look Edelbrock wheels, this car really looks great. However, the 460 under the hood makes this car even more impressive! Barry wanted to upgrade the exhaust, so he brought the car to Hanksville for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

After discussing his preferences regarding sound level and tone, we recommended that Barry use Flowmaster 50-series Delta Flow mufflers. These mufflers are a little larger than the standard small-case Flowmaster 40-series mufflers and the small-case Magnaflows, so they don’t tuck-up quite as high as the smaller mufflers. However, they do a good job of toning-down the exhaust note of big block engines.

Barry opted not to use a crossover pipe. We added offset bends before the mufflers to fit the pipes as high as possible, enhancing the appearance and increasing ground clearance.

We recommended the use of stainless steel band clamps where the tailpipes meet the mufflers, to ensure that the exhaust can be easily-removed to allow servicing of the drivetrain. The band clamps are more expensive than regular muffler clamps, but they are reusable and do not kink the tube where the pipes are joined. We recommend this style of clamp on all of our premium exhausts.

To finish the exhaust, Barry chose a pair of rectangular polished stainless steel tips.


Barry’s Mustang Fastback

We dig the grey and black paint scheme on Barry’s car. Coupled with the vintage-look Edelbrock wheels, this car really looks great. However, the 460 under the hood makes this car even more impressive! Barry wanted to upgrade the exhaust, so he brought the car to Hanksville for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

After discussing his preferences regarding sound level and tone, we recommended that Barry use Flowmaster 50-series Delta Flow mufflers. These mufflers are a little larger than the standard small-case Flowmaster 40-series mufflers and the small-case Magnaflows, so they don’t tuck-up quite as high as the smaller mufflers. However, they do a good job of toning-down the exhaust note of big block engines.

Barry opted not to use a crossover pipe. We added offset bends before the mufflers to fit the pipes as high as possible, enhancing the appearance and increasing ground clearance.

We recommended the use of stainless steel band clamps where the tailpipes meet the mufflers, to ensure that the exhaust can be easily-removed to allow servicing of the drivetrain. The band clamps are more expensive than regular muffler clamps, but they are reusable and do not kink the tube where the pipes are joined. We recommend this style of clamp on all of our premium exhausts.

To finish the exhaust, Barry chose a pair of rectangular polished stainless steel tips.


Barry’s Mustang Fastback

We dig the grey and black paint scheme on Barry’s car. Coupled with the vintage-look Edelbrock wheels, this car really looks great. However, the 460 under the hood makes this car even more impressive! Barry wanted to upgrade the exhaust, so he brought the car to Hanksville for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

After discussing his preferences regarding sound level and tone, we recommended that Barry use Flowmaster 50-series Delta Flow mufflers. These mufflers are a little larger than the standard small-case Flowmaster 40-series mufflers and the small-case Magnaflows, so they don’t tuck-up quite as high as the smaller mufflers. However, they do a good job of toning-down the exhaust note of big block engines.

Barry opted not to use a crossover pipe. We added offset bends before the mufflers to fit the pipes as high as possible, enhancing the appearance and increasing ground clearance.

We recommended the use of stainless steel band clamps where the tailpipes meet the mufflers, to ensure that the exhaust can be easily-removed to allow servicing of the drivetrain. The band clamps are more expensive than regular muffler clamps, but they are reusable and do not kink the tube where the pipes are joined. We recommend this style of clamp on all of our premium exhausts.

To finish the exhaust, Barry chose a pair of rectangular polished stainless steel tips.


Barry’s Mustang Fastback

We dig the grey and black paint scheme on Barry’s car. Coupled with the vintage-look Edelbrock wheels, this car really looks great. However, the 460 under the hood makes this car even more impressive! Barry wanted to upgrade the exhaust, so he brought the car to Hanksville for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

After discussing his preferences regarding sound level and tone, we recommended that Barry use Flowmaster 50-series Delta Flow mufflers. These mufflers are a little larger than the standard small-case Flowmaster 40-series mufflers and the small-case Magnaflows, so they don’t tuck-up quite as high as the smaller mufflers. However, they do a good job of toning-down the exhaust note of big block engines.

Barry opted not to use a crossover pipe. We added offset bends before the mufflers to fit the pipes as high as possible, enhancing the appearance and increasing ground clearance.

We recommended the use of stainless steel band clamps where the tailpipes meet the mufflers, to ensure that the exhaust can be easily-removed to allow servicing of the drivetrain. The band clamps are more expensive than regular muffler clamps, but they are reusable and do not kink the tube where the pipes are joined. We recommend this style of clamp on all of our premium exhausts.

To finish the exhaust, Barry chose a pair of rectangular polished stainless steel tips.


Kerri’s ’67 Mustang

When Kerri’s car first arrived at the shop, we couldn’t hear the exhaust over the sound of the blown motor. The car sounded great, but Kerri wanted it to be louder and to have an old-school sound to it. After discussing various muffler options, Magnapack mufflers were chosen, since they are straight-through and would offer a significant sound increase.

We installed a custom 2.5" exhaust with a made-to-fit H-pipe, installed the 14" Magnapacks, custom-bent the tailpipes, and rewelded the existing exhaust tips. While the engine still sounds great, the exhaust is definitely louder and has a great, old-school sound.



Kerri’s ’67 Mustang

When Kerri’s car first arrived at the shop, we couldn’t hear the exhaust over the sound of the blown motor. The car sounded great, but Kerri wanted it to be louder and to have an old-school sound to it. After discussing various muffler options, Magnapack mufflers were chosen, since they are straight-through and would offer a significant sound increase.

We installed a custom 2.5" exhaust with a made-to-fit H-pipe, installed the 14" Magnapacks, custom-bent the tailpipes, and rewelded the existing exhaust tips. While the engine still sounds great, the exhaust is definitely louder and has a great, old-school sound.



Kerri’s ’67 Mustang

When Kerri’s car first arrived at the shop, we couldn’t hear the exhaust over the sound of the blown motor. The car sounded great, but Kerri wanted it to be louder and to have an old-school sound to it. After discussing various muffler options, Magnapack mufflers were chosen, since they are straight-through and would offer a significant sound increase.

We installed a custom 2.5" exhaust with a made-to-fit H-pipe, installed the 14" Magnapacks, custom-bent the tailpipes, and rewelded the existing exhaust tips. While the engine still sounds great, the exhaust is definitely louder and has a great, old-school sound.



Kerri’s ’67 Mustang

When Kerri’s car first arrived at the shop, we couldn’t hear the exhaust over the sound of the blown motor. The car sounded great, but Kerri wanted it to be louder and to have an old-school sound to it. After discussing various muffler options, Magnapack mufflers were chosen, since they are straight-through and would offer a significant sound increase.

We installed a custom 2.5" exhaust with a made-to-fit H-pipe, installed the 14" Magnapacks, custom-bent the tailpipes, and rewelded the existing exhaust tips. While the engine still sounds great, the exhaust is definitely louder and has a great, old-school sound.



John’s ’73 Mach 1

John has built a very nice Mach 1 himself, including the bodywork, paint, drivetrain setup and detailing the undercarriage. He brought his car in for a custom 2.5" stainless steel dual exhaust, featuring a custom X-pipe, Magnaflow mufflers and stainless steel tips.



John’s ’73 Mach 1

John has built a very nice Mach 1 himself, including the bodywork, paint, drivetrain setup and detailing the undercarriage. He brought his car in for a custom 2.5" stainless steel dual exhaust, featuring a custom X-pipe, Magnaflow mufflers and stainless steel tips.



John’s ’73 Mach 1

John has built a very nice Mach 1 himself, including the bodywork, paint, drivetrain setup and detailing the undercarriage. He brought his car in for a custom 2.5" stainless steel dual exhaust, featuring a custom X-pipe, Magnaflow mufflers and stainless steel tips.



John’s ’73 Mach 1

John has built a very nice Mach 1 himself, including the bodywork, paint, drivetrain setup and detailing the undercarriage. He brought his car in for a custom 2.5" stainless steel dual exhaust, featuring a custom X-pipe, Magnaflow mufflers and stainless steel tips.



John’s ’73 Mach 1

John has built a very nice Mach 1 himself, including the bodywork, paint, drivetrain setup and detailing the undercarriage. He brought his car in for a custom 2.5" stainless steel dual exhaust, featuring a custom X-pipe, Magnaflow mufflers and stainless steel tips.



Dave’s ’69 Mustang

Dave’s Mustang is in the final stages of a great restomod project. It sports a 392 c.i. Windsor and a custom rack-and-pinion steering setup. Although Dave had JBA make a set of custom headers to fit his application, the left-side header still did not fit around his steering shaft.

Dave asked us to modify the header. We sectioned the collector, added a custom mandrel bend and relocated the collector end to clear the steering.

We then custom-bent a dual exhaust system, which features an H-pipe that was specially fitted beneath the transmission tailshaft. We added extra bends to keep the 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube close to the floor, and custom-bent the tailpipes to exit discretely just in front of the rear valence.



Dave’s ’69 Mustang

Dave’s Mustang is in the final stages of a great restomod project. It sports a 392 c.i. Windsor and a custom rack-and-pinion steering setup. Although Dave had JBA make a set of custom headers to fit his application, the left-side header still did not fit around his steering shaft.

Dave asked us to modify the header. We sectioned the collector, added a custom mandrel bend and relocated the collector end to clear the steering.

We then custom-bent a dual exhaust system, which features an H-pipe that was specially fitted beneath the transmission tailshaft. We added extra bends to keep the 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube close to the floor, and custom-bent the tailpipes to exit discretely just in front of the rear valence.



Dave’s ’69 Mustang

Dave’s Mustang is in the final stages of a great restomod project. It sports a 392 c.i. Windsor and a custom rack-and-pinion steering setup. Although Dave had JBA make a set of custom headers to fit his application, the left-side header still did not fit around his steering shaft.

Dave asked us to modify the header. We sectioned the collector, added a custom mandrel bend and relocated the collector end to clear the steering.

We then custom-bent a dual exhaust system, which features an H-pipe that was specially fitted beneath the transmission tailshaft. We added extra bends to keep the 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube close to the floor, and custom-bent the tailpipes to exit discretely just in front of the rear valence.



Dave’s ’69 Mustang

Dave’s Mustang is in the final stages of a great restomod project. It sports a 392 c.i. Windsor and a custom rack-and-pinion steering setup. Although Dave had JBA make a set of custom headers to fit his application, the left-side header still did not fit around his steering shaft.

Dave asked us to modify the header. We sectioned the collector, added a custom mandrel bend and relocated the collector end to clear the steering.

We then custom-bent a dual exhaust system, which features an H-pipe that was specially fitted beneath the transmission tailshaft. We added extra bends to keep the 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube close to the floor, and custom-bent the tailpipes to exit discretely just in front of the rear valence.



Scott’s Saleen

Scott’s S197 Saleen originally had factory-installed exhaust cutouts, but unfortunately they leaked. So, Scott asked us to install a pair of Magnaflows in place of the stock mufflers, to remove the cutouts and to reattach the Saleen exhaust tips. The new exhaust is still pretty quiet, but has more of a rumble than the stock mufflers.


Scott’s Saleen

Scott’s S197 Saleen originally had factory-installed exhaust cutouts, but unfortunately they leaked. So, Scott asked us to install a pair of Magnaflows in place of the stock mufflers, to remove the cutouts and to reattach the Saleen exhaust tips. The new exhaust is still pretty quiet, but has more of a rumble than the stock mufflers.


Scott’s Saleen

Scott’s S197 Saleen originally had factory-installed exhaust cutouts, but unfortunately they leaked. So, Scott asked us to install a pair of Magnaflows in place of the stock mufflers, to remove the cutouts and to reattach the Saleen exhaust tips. The new exhaust is still pretty quiet, but has more of a rumble than the stock mufflers.


Scott’s Saleen

Scott’s S197 Saleen originally had factory-installed exhaust cutouts, but unfortunately they leaked. So, Scott asked us to install a pair of Magnaflows in place of the stock mufflers, to remove the cutouts and to reattach the Saleen exhaust tips. The new exhaust is still pretty quiet, but has more of a rumble than the stock mufflers.


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