In 1985, all GTs came standard with this engine, a monster capable of 210 horsepower with its four barrels rolling in the carburetor. Powertrain and PerformanceThe four barrel 5.0L V8 saw additional power once again in 1985. The Turbo GT was not included in the ’85 power train lineup, however the additional power for the […]
The 1971 model was probably the longest Mustang produced. This was the last high-performance model because after this the general trend was towards smaller engines. The big-block engines actually influenced the design of the car which was now adapted to the 5.8 liter unit. Starting with 1973, these cars would be limited because of strict
On April 17 1964 is when the Ford Mustang first made its public debut, that is over 55 years ago. After years of hinting at such a vehicle with concept cars like the Allegro and Mustang II, and weeks of public teasing before the official reveal, Ford unwrapped the Mustang at its stand at World’s Fair in
1965 was the first year the GT package was introduced in the Mustang line-up under the name “GT Equipment Package”. This included a V8 engine, fog lamps mounted on the grille, stripes on the rocker panels and disc brakes. As opposed to the base version, the GT was equipped with a four-barrel carburetor, and later,
One car that took America by storm during its formal introduction was the 1965 Ford Mustang. Now with plenty of generations and different models to sport the Mustang name, the pony car has remained in production for a continuous 55 years, an impressive feat that not many models have accomplished. The ’65 Mustang is as
The 1966 model altered the trim levels on the Mustang. Also a new grille was introduced, side ornaments, wheel covers and even the gas cap. Automatic transmission became optional on the Hi-Po. New features for the car included a AM/eight track sound system and even one fo the first AM/FM car radios on the market.