When the 'Fox' Mustang debuted in 1979, the public quickly warmed to it, and Ford knew they'd got themselves a winner. In fact they sold over a million up to 1993. The sheer amount on the road meant an aftermarket for performance parts quickly grew, and modifications go from the likes of a high-flow air filter to blown 700bhp (522kW) road cars which can cover the quarter-mile in under 10 seconds. This particular car is a heavily altered road machine, having been fitted with IMSA-style fender bulges to fit the 10-inch (250mm) and 13-inch (330mm) wide wheels, a new nose section, huge rear wing to aid downforce and some good engine mods to boost the already powerful V8. A larger throttle body to allow more air in plus a performance camshaft and free-flow exhaust help this car to run in 13.4 seconds on the quarter. Racecraft uprated suspension lowers the car and improves handling.
Ford Mustang GT (1987) Specifications
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