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Discussion in 'Cars in General' started by Cano, Mar 2, 2003.
It may well be. Still looks bad-ass though.
That it does
Mechanical injected 427 SOHC in a 65 early pro-mod Mustang.
It's strange but that was the era aye
For some reason it now looks incredibly European.
Anything that turns looks European...
Given the mustangs road racing history I will never understad that stereotype.
There's actually a couple Mustang's that do rally cross in my region, they're awful at it but at least the guys are having fun doing it.
American cars only do straight lines and left turns. (as far as the rest of the world is concerned.)
American cars only do straight lines in the same way that British and Italian cars only stay on the side of the road with smoke pouring from the engine.
It's just stupid to think that.
Or catch fire...
Tom Caldera Shelby...ex magazine and ISCA show car back in the 70's....Tom still owns the car.
As it sits today:
Mustangs in particular have a few weak links that need to be corrected, namely chassis stiffness and front suspension geoemtry. Until then they are pretty terrible at cornering. Luckily once these issues are corrected the car is very competent around corners.
Awesome brings me back to being a kid when foxes where brand new.
By George Barris
Came across this in my random searches. I haven't seen it here:
Actor Paul Newman's '63 Beetle with a mid-mounted Holman-Moody built 351ci Ford Racing engine, ZF trans, & upgraded suspension.
Not quite sure where to post this, so I guess it's a soon-to-be custom.
He drives the same car as me (with different stock engine)
He wants to put a mother 2JZ engine in it. And get 600 HP- which is...150 HP more than the freakin Brabus edition.
I truly see no possible way this could end well.
The real F-bomb being built nearly ten years ago.
That TWIN turbo's!
The front is an abomination.
Which V12 is that? Any idea on HP?
The V12 looks like the GMC V12.
GMC made a V12?
GM made a lot of V12's. So did Ford.
And when were said v12's put in production? I can't think of any examples off the top of my head other than the GT90 concept.
I know that Ford owned Aston back in 1990-whatever, I'm assuming those were Ford's V12's?
Aircraft engines? Didn't Ford make a plane around WWI-ish?