Brett C.’s Factory Five Mk4 is a work of art, captured beautifully by his son Braden. This stunning Roadster boasts a Ford Strokers short block 347, GAS-N headers, Tremec TKO 5-speed transmission, and Wilwood brakes. Ken Pike (Street Rod Painter) handled the striking paintwork. Inside, it’s all about comfort and tech, with FFR leather seats, hidden speakers, and a Speed Hut GPS speedometer. This Mk4 is a masterpiece of performance and style.
Here are the details:
Ford Strokers (Jim Woods) built short block 347: Dart block, all bore (4.125″), forged steel crank, forged H beam rods, and forged Wiseco Pistons.
Custom cold air shroud sealing air intake to hood vent
GAS-N headers and side pipes
Lightweight aluminum flywheel
Forte external hydraulic clutch system
QuickTime Bell housing
Tremec TKO 5-speed transmission
2015 Mustang IRS differential and knuckles with FFR control arms and half shafts
Driveshaft safety loop
Original Shelby style rotating bar throttle linkage.
FFR Halibrand style 17” wheels
Nitto 5R tired 315/35-17 and 255/40-17
Eibach springs on Koni shocks
Stainless steel hard brake lines
Stainless steel hard fuel line and return.
Power steering with KRC adjustable pump tuned down for improved road feel but allows for 6 degrees caster.
Steering column turn signal stalk by Russ Thompson
Adjustable front spoiler
Welded Breeze stainless roll hoops.
Anniversary edition FFR carbon dash
Speed Hut GPS speedo
Upgraded FFR leather seats
Paint and bodywork by Ken Pike (Street Rod Painter) of Ken’s Custom Auto-body
Low profile Daytona Coupe style tail lights
Original remakes of Lucas tribar headlight assemblies with LED bulbs
Fully shrouded radiator inlet
Billet trunk hinge arms
Hydraulic hood struts
Hidden speakers between seats and under dash stereo
Custom leather tunnel cover
Arm rest and door pockets to match leather seats