One of the biggest clichés in automotive history, according to a recent list, is the Ford Mustang. The whole car, all 50 years of it. That is, if you believe these know-it-alls.
Before the EcoBoost Mustang, before the new Ford GT with its turbocharged thump, there was the Ford Mustang SVO. And there is possibly no better example of such fine machinery than this one, which has to be the best-preserved one on the planet.
By Phillip Ferrini Here’s a blast from the past: MotorWeek’s original review of the 1988 Saleen Mustang and the ASC McLaren Mustang. I’m a fan of the ASC cars, but I really like Saleen Fox-bodies, so it was a treat to see one put through its paces back when it ruled the roost. […] More »
– By Detroit Steel Classic, in every sense of the word and a reminder that the new 2015 Mustang with the EcoBoost engine really isn’t as groundbreaking as a lot of people think. Sure, the new four-cylinder S550 is well deserving of all the attention it’s getting. However, let’s not forget the ’84 […] More »
–by Jonathon Klein Over the past few years, Ford has operated its performance division here in the US under the SVT nameplate. But over the course of the last decade, those performance-driven models have either dropped a letter or two, or completely replaced the entire name, such as with the Shelbys. Now, though, […] More »