Dallas Motorsports presents this unique and well set up Mustang LG World Challenge Race Car!
This is Chassis #3 of 7 built by Lou Gigliotti at LG Motorsports for the World Challenge series in the mid 90's. 3 of the 7 cars built were sold to Steve Saleen for the World Challenge Series. This LG Challenge car was built to compete with other notable and famous Challenge Drivers such as: Steve Saleen, Tim Allen, Bob Bondurant, and many more! In the years following the world challenge series, this challenge car was used mostly as a DE car, with a few COMMA (COMPETITION MOTORSPORTS ASSOCIATION) races at Hallett Raceway up until 2015.
With its current setup, this World Challenge Mustang is tough to compete with on the track! In December of 2013, it was fitted with a Ford Racing S374D Engine (serial # M-6007-S374D), that is set up for Nascar Oval and Road Racing! The Ford Sealed Racing Engines are built with real racing parts such as a Forged Crank, Rods and Pistons w/ full floating piston pins! Also note that the S374 engines are built with a BOSS 351 Racing Block with CNC Ported Heads. The Ford Racing Dyno Sheet shows the motor to be putting out 590hp with a Holley 750 Carb. Upon arrival of the motor, a Holley 830 was re-jetted and installed on this 374. The HP differences are considered to be minimal with the upgraded size of Carb. At that time, new plumbing was also installed which included new oil lines, filters, and remote oil engine tank. All of the fluids were also changed at this time. The fenders, bumper cover, and hood that are currently on the car were painted, fabricated and installed after test and tune of the engine. This 374 has less than 3 hours worth of running time!
The S374D is mated to a Freshly Built Nascar Spec 4-Speed Jerico Transmission. (Re-Built by Taylor Racing in Plano, Texas Fall of 2015). The 5.50" clutch was replaced with a stronger 7.25" Cerametallic clutch, along with a brand new Ford Racing Aluminum Bell Housing and Flywheel. The rear end consists of a Winston Cup 9" Cambered Rear Axle, with 1 Degree of negative camber. The rear suspension consists of two lower control arms and a third upper arm, all of which are adjustable. The front suspension is a circle track set up, with a short and long arm. The upper and lower control arms are all adjustable. The HUB assemblies are from HOWE and fairly new. The Wilwood Brake Calipers are freshly re-built, with recently added Coleman Rotors. In Fall of 2015, a new fuel cell was also installed.
There are several spares that are included with the sale of this Challenge Car, of which includes:
-4 Wilwood Calipers, 3 Front and 1 Rear
-1 front hub
-2 Black Carbon Fiber Front Fenders (these are the original challenge fenders used in the challenge series)
-Black Carbon Fiber Front Bumper (this is the original bumper used in the challenge series)
-Extra Carbon Fiber Black Bumper
-Tilton Super Starter
-Tilton Hydraulic Release Bearing
-2 MSD Ignition Boxes, 2 MSD Ignition coils
-extra clutch discs
-Tilton Bell Housing
-2 New BF Goodrich G-Force R1 Tires, 315/35Z/R17
-2 New BF Goodrich G-Force R1 tires, 275/35Z/R17 w/ brand new WELD Racing wheels (the other two are on the rear of the car)
-4 Used Hoosier Tires w/ extra 17" wheels, 275/40Z/R17
-4 Used Hoosier Tires w/ extra 17" wheels, 315/35Z/R17
-3 Tilton Master Cylinders Reservoir
-2 Tilton Master Cylinders
-2 ERS Eibach Springs
-2 Z/X Eibach Springs
-3 Speedway Engineering Hubs
-2 Axle Seals, 2 Pilot seal w/ misc seals and bearings
-Tube Chassis crossover self bleeder
-4 Weld Racing Wheel Caps
-Front wheel bearing caps, snap rings, o rings
-374ci auto light spark plugs, silicone hi-temp plug wires, and MSD distributor cap
-4 used coleman brake rotors
-Fuel Cell Breather w/ original fuel cell liner
-Holley fuel pump w/ misc fuel pump parts
-310 Steel Rear Diff
With several thousand dollars worth of receipts from over the years, a fresh transmission, and a fairly new motor, this World Challenge car is certainly a lot of Race Car for the money!
This World Challenge Mustang will be sold on a BILL OF SALE (without title).
Contact Spencer Heitman at 214-893-3976 for more information, or to make an appointment to view.