Walter’s ’66 Fastback
Ray’s ’65 Fastback
Lynn’s ’73 Mach 1
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
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 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
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.