When Ford launched the pony car era in 1965 with the Mustang, one thing became immediately clear — it had to be raced. The SCCA Trans-American Championship was the place, and the Mustang, Camaro, Firebird, and AMC Javelin would duke it out on the track for the crown. This 1973 Ford Mustang was built by Ed Hinchliff of Hinchliff Racing after Ford factory support for the series ended and has a heavily-modified 351 cubic-inch V8 by Rousch. The car includes documents showing its racing history and needs a going-over before hitting the track again. But with a little love, this golden age racer would be eligible for vintage racing events across the US.