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For those who don’t know ‘MyClassicGarage’ is inviting its followers to help building a classic car that will be used for a sweepstakes giveaway.
The most interesting thing is that the car and styling is chosen and now its time to put a beast through it.
The reason why ‘’MyclassicGarage’’ is doing this,its because they wanted to give the users a chance to live their dream of restoring a classic.
“The solution was to let the gearheads vote on the giveaway car, how it looks, how it performs and then be able to follow the build online.” Says MyClassicGarage

To open the game,1st step was picking the car.so more than 25000 votes went for a ’69 Camaro and a ’67 Mustang fastback.The ’67 Mustang fastback won !

“Once the Mustang won, the giveaway/build was branded #ProjectFastBack with a hint for the restoration to bring “back” the power and speed of an iconic car,”says the official
For further voters will be asked to vote between different body designs options. Voting will cover exhaust, suspension, color, interior, wheels/tires and more (We must say that the Mustang show above is just an example,not the eventual design! )
So lucky that Salvaggio Automotive Design will build the car.
Step 3 is totally focusing on the engine choice.Voters can only pick one of three popular Ford crate engines.Each one with a very different character.

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The three limit choices are :
1.) 5.0-liter Coyote with 412 horsepower and peak torque of 400 lb-ft.
2.) 427ci small-block with 450 horsepower and 520 lb-ft torque
3.) 2.0-liter EcoBoost 252 horsepower and 270 lb-ft torque
Just incase you vote today keep checking the website.Furthermore the official MyClassicGarage hosts a social network for gearheads called MCG Social,and here users can post ,connect , comment,like with other enthusiast

If you had the chance to pick one ,which one will be ?
Feel free and share with us your opinion

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