1987 Mustang Before & After Transformation
The transformation of my fox over the past 6 months. Adding goodies here
and there lol I changed headlights, taillights, wheels, MGW short-throw
shifter, steeda quadrant & firewall adjuster, higher springs in back for
bigger tires, extra set of meats & skinnies for strip use, HID's, relocated
race tach, new silverface indiglo gauges, electric fan, rear seat delete
and materials for weight reduction, foglight bypass switch, accented
interior pieces black... etc
5.0 Mustang Foxbody - but this dude is NUTS (1986 GT)
First let me start by saying that the 1986 Mustang GT is my absolute favorite
"Foxbody" model.... period, lol. I love the '85 GT as well, but I much
prefer the EFI over the carburetor (also the '86 has the 8.8 rear,
bigger/better clutch and true dual Exhaust w/ H-pipe) ...but this car is so over
priced, lol. I mean come on man. I am giving him the benefit of the doubt
saying that I'd give $2,500 for it, and maybe even $3,000 and If it was a
5-speed I might even go $3,500 but being an automatic and needing as much
work as it does I'd probably be more around $2,000 range. Shame too,
because I'd love to pick up another 1986 GT model so bad, which was the
whole purpose I called about it and went to see it. If the price was right
it would make a really nice project for someone.... just not me, lol.
...anyway, I thought this was worth sharing, lol.
Produced by nedaCFilms / Mustang-Town 2014
FOR SALE 1987 FORD MUSTANG GT T TOP
I have this beautiful 87 model GT with T Tops, you won't find many, this
one is sweet with 83,450 miles, car has GT 40P heads and GT 40 explorer
intake, changed to mass air, 73mm C&L mass air, 70MM throttle body, under
drive pullies ceramic coated headers with 2.5" BBK Xpipe, flowmasters and
flowmaster tailpipes,. A lot of billet inside, Cobra R wheels, NICE CLEAN
2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost: SVO Reborn? - Ignition Ep. 117
On this episode of Ignition, presented by Universal Technical Institute,
Carlos Lago drives the first turbo,
four-cylinder Mustang in
three decades: the EcoBoost.
Featuring 310 hp and 320 lb-ft of torque, this Mustang should easily outpace the V-6
and, with half the cylinders, it also boasts less weight over the front end
than the GT. Add in a performance package and – finally – independent
rear suspension, and this Mustang should prove a lot of fun.
Through Motor Trend’s instrumented testing, a visit to Universal
Technical Institute’s Dyno, a drive on the road, and a
Hot Lap, we’ll find out if the EcoBoost has what it takes. Stay tuned for more
on the GT.
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