PHOTO GALLERY - FOR MARK DESHETLER'S CHEVY POWERED MUSTANG

Mark Deshetler's Chevy Powered Mustang gets a wider front end for wider tires
Flip front from left side -added 7/31/01
Another angle -added 7/31/01
From the right side -notice bumper area contour -added 7/31/01
rear area shows the amount it has been widenned -added 7/31/01
Front flipped up from front -added 7/31/01
Back side of headlight area -added 7/31/01
Closer shot of same area -added 7/31/01
Back side of front end -added 7/31/01
Another angle of backside of hood -added 7/31/01
Headlight cup area -added 7/31/01
Engine out of Mustang engine bay - see 2nd gen Firebird subframe -added 7/31/01
Mark's engine lost a cylinder - pushrod broke -added 7/31/01
Closeup of pushrod - you can see where it fatigued and borke after 3 seasons of abuse -added 7/31/01

Duel at DeAnza 5/20/01
Mark Deshetler on the track with his Mustang - front shot
Mark Deshetler on the track with his Mustang - shot
Mark Deshetler on the track with his Mustang - another front shot
Mark Deshetler on the track with his Mustang - good shot of drivers side
Mark Deshetler on the track with his Mustang - another good shot
Mark Deshetler on the track with his Mustang - side shot
Mark Deshetler on the track with his Mustang - street legal car...

Mark Deshetler's Pole Posistion upper control arm installed on his Chevy Powered Mustang -added 5/12/01
Mark Deshetler's Pole Posistion upper control arm from front -closer shot -added 5/12/01
Mark Deshetler's left front brake ducting -added 5/12/01
Mark Deshetler's right Pole Posistion upper control arm and brake ducting -added 5/12/01
Mark Deshetler's rebuilt lower control arm with solid bushings and larger screw in Chrysler ball joint -added 5/12/01
Mark Deshetler's larger Chrysler ball joint up close -note:you can see the screw in sleeve welded in -added 5/12/01
Mark Deshetler's Pole Posistion upper control arm installed -shot with tire -added 5/12/01
Mark Deshetler's Pole Posistion upper control arm installed -shot from top angle -added 5/12/01

Mark Deshetler's Pole Posistion upper control arm -passenger side -added 5/08/01
Mark Deshetler's Pole Posistion upper control arm -drivers side -added 5/08/01
Mark Deshetler's custom oil line/switch setup -added 5/08/01
Mark Deshetler's oil pan and lower subframe -you can see his peronal grease-pit -added 5/08/01

Mark Deshetler's Pony Express winner and Auto-X car! Street Driven!
Mark Chevy Powered Mustang open road racer -added 3/20/01
Front end off car -added 3/20/01
Underside of fiberglass front end -added 3/20/01
Comparing stock Chrysler (left) GM (right) ball joint -added 3/20/01
Refurbishing lower control arms -added 3/20/01
Dashboard -added 3/20/01
Interior -added 3/20/01
Dual master cylinder -added 3/20/01
Another shot of master -added 3/20/01
Radiator setup -added 3/20/01
Another shot of front end -added 3/20/01
Fuel cell -added 3/20/01
Rear end -added 3/20/01
Another shot of rear end -added 3/20/01
Shot of Small block Chevy -added 3/20/01
Another shot of Small block Chevy -added 3/20/01
Another shot of Small block Chevy -added 3/20/01

Picture of Mark starting at Pony Express II 2000


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