The 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback Is the Shared Passion of This Father and Son

An American icon.

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Few marques are as synonymous with the concept of America as the Ford Mustang, and the lucky few to own a vintage Mustang know it. Between road racer Addison Lee and his father, Don, a 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback forms a cornerstone of their relationship — Don having helped Addison build the car so he could drive to school in it. Since then, Addison has gradually upgraded the Fastback throughout the years, adding a 347 stroker as well as overhauling the suspension and brakes when he began racing it. Currently a competitor in the SCAA Spec Mustang series, Addison credits this car for taking him where he is today: “In my mind, there are few other cars that are as fun to drive. The way they smell and even feel is something, for me, that’s hard to beat.”

Petrolicious profiles this relationship further, which you can find in the video above. And for a closer look at a classic Shelby Mustang, click here.

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