1969 Ford FastBack XL Boast Big Power From A Massive Engine
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A massive 545 cubic inch engine drives this classic Ford.
The image of the perfect big-block V8 is about as American as one can imagine, especially when looking back at the muscle car era. Automotive history is littered with stories about the legendary 426 ci Hemi, the 440 ci big block and various 427 ci GM powerhouses. However, none of those crazy engines could match the sheer size of this fire-breathing Ford. Don't get us wrong, seven liters and more is certainly a huge engine, but on the other hand, nine liters is ridiculous. This is exactly where this car comes in as it comes with a 545 ci Ford Racing Stroker engine which produces some ridiculous performance stats and allows for some insane burnouts.
Raw is the only word that can be used to describe this beast as the engine produces 700 horsepower and is naturally aspirated in the process. These days it can feel like the days of massive powerhouses are over. However, this car proves that feeling is wrong as it shoots across the road like a light blue missile. As you squeeze the throttle, the car wobbles and spins in awe of its power. That makes heads big, burning rubber and spitting hot fumes from the exhaust pipes.
The car itself is a 1969 Ford XL Fastback with a beautiful blue paintwork that glows in the sun like a diamond on a dark tarmac road. A black leather interior appears to accompany the car, which is hugely popular with the muscle car restoration and modification community that has almost taken over the American auto industry. This is certainly one of the coolest Ford Fastbacks, not just because of its engine, but also because of the uniqueness of this build and its lesser-known legend. We hope to see more builds like this in the future.
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