Pair Of 1966 Mustangs From Car Warriors To Hit The Auction Block
The annual Leake Collector Car Show & Auction in Dallas will feature two special rides that were built on the pilot episode of Car Warriors shown on one of our favorite channels, the Speed Network. The team known as the Challengers built “Old Skull”, the an old school blue vintage Mustang with some new school flare. All chrome badges were removed and painted back on to eliminate the overusage of chrome.
The first 1966 Ford Mustang “Old Skull” was actually the winner of Car Warriors and is one to be reckoned with. This car was painted red, white, and blue with an airbrushed Texas flag featuring a skull on the hood, hence the name Old Skull. It also has painted stripes and ghost flames. Don’t mess with Texas is right when it comes to this bad boy.
The next Mustang to be featured is the challenging team’s 1966 Mustang of Car Warriors built by the team called the All Stars. This Mustang is no joke with a 351 small block blown engine, modified with dual 4 barrel carbs and 9 inch Ford rear end. It was custom painted by Ryno Templeton and meant to mock a 1960′s gasser. The challenging team, Southern Fried D’Lite, will be in attendance alongside Ryno Templeton from Trick My Truck and West Coast Customs.
“Car Warriors gained a huge following during its first season, and this is a rare opportunity to own a car that kicked it off,” stated Richard Sevenoaks, president of Leake Auction Company. “We are thrilled to have Ryno Templeton join us for the auction. He is known for his painting abilities on Car Warriors and CMT’s Trick My Truck. There will be a lot of excitement surrounding the two Mustangs as they compete for top bidding honors.”
The Leake Auction will be held November 18-20 in Dallas Market Hall. Admission is $15 for adults, $10 for senior citizens and military personnel with an ID and $7 for children under 12. For a complete list of vehicles