The “Agent” over at recently posted images of Larry Morgan’s 2010 Ford Mustang under construction over at Rick Jones’ RJ Race Cars.

The 2010 body was sculpted after hours and hours of Lockheed wind-tunnel time and we’re told the critical frontal area is much smaller than the current body competing in NHRA and IHRA Pro Stock. Don Ness Racecraft supervised the buck design and Ford Racing is utilizing the services of Roush Industries to produce the bodies.

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Morgan reports that he should have Ford Racing’s new Pro Stock block and heads in the next few weeks, but it typically takes months to get a competitive combination together. Morgan was attempting to make Indy with the new Ford program but it looks like a lot of work still needs to be done.

“I want to go into the 2010 season with a competitive engine program and a competitive race car, and I think the switch to Ford will allow me to do that,” said Morgan.

Morgan is currently 12th in the NHRA Full Throttle Series Pro Stock point standings after fifteen events. The Newark, Ohio native has 16 career NHRA wins, including nine in Pro Stock.

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