Ken at The Glen was a great experience! This was Kenny's big year-end event held annually at Watkins Glen, the race track that inspired him to not only become a formidable driver, but also a world championship race car builder.
This is definitely a one-of-a-kind Kenny Brown Mustang with a one-off purpose! Just go fast and be safe! This car ran 200+ miles per hour on its first pass at the Texas Mile, made a last-minute appearance at Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords magazine KOTS competition, and was a formidable enemy on almost any race track.
Sometimes things happen by accident or maybe come from a higher power. In the case of Kenny's famous Panther S and Marauder S hot-rod sedans, it's probably a little bit of both. So how did a Mustang race car builder and tuner end up producing some of the most memorable 4-door "family" cars in history?
Kenny's beloved M69 Mustang was arguably the most talked-about Mustang at the 2005 SEMA Trade Show. The stuff that dreams and money are made of, the ultimate example of form following function, and a one-of-a-kind masterpiece that can't be reproduced easily.
Kenny and his short wheelbase Ford Thunderbird were extreme creations that came at the hands of another company in Lincoln, NE that did the bodywork. Needless to say, they were formidable enemies on track and a load of fun to drive. You have to see the video to see how much work went into these creations!