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The Mustang in Review- You all love them....or all hate them. This car from Ford isn't a commuter like the taurus,focus,fusion, or anything else-it's THE car by Ford. The Mustang has a love hate relationship with the car community- whether you hate the brand,the unfortunate acceleration into a crowd, the Mustang crashes, or anything else this is probably why. The 4.6L to the Coyote and Shelby GT500 and GT350 has been a big jump for the brand, but is it enough? Let's find out. Thanks for watching and more below!
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My detail brand! - https://pattersoncarcare.com My Procharged Mustang GT known as Smurrf has treated me very well over the years, however with the brand new 2018 Mustang GT arriving it was irresistible to see head to head which one overall in depth is a better value and better car. The 2019 Mustang GT will be out soon with little changes so I imagine this will apply there as well. The Coyote 5.0 V8 is a glorious engine and with both cars sharing a similar power plant is it worth the extra money to buy a 2018 instead of an S197 from 2013? Here's every difference of both cars. Thanks for watching! Smiles per gallon snapbacks! - https://bit.ly/2wo4V4M Smiles per gallon sunglasses! - https://bit.ly/2vCb10m 2nd channel!- https://goo.gl/NtQcxJ Key Tags- https://goo.gl/CFuoFx Snapchat!- DJP4 Twitter- @thatdudeinblue Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/thatdudeinbl... New decals!- http://spinnywhoosh.com/thatdudeinblue/ Stay awesome. Drift into blue squad and subscribe! Songs- https://www.youtube.com/user/CHUKImusic
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http://twitter.com/Motor_Friend Intro Footage is from the game Drift Stage. Intro Music is "Journey to the Horizon" by Michael Schiciano. https://soundcloud.com/skitchstudio Way before Ken Block’s Hoonicorn, there were a few all wheel drive Mustangs built by the English company Ferguson Research, in 1965. The full time all wheel drive system sent 37% of the car’s power to the front wheels. Ferguson built these cars hoping to sell the technology to Ford, but Ford wasn’t interested in changing the Mustang’s design. The system would later be repurposed for use in the Jensen Interceptor, but no more Mustangs were built. There is only one known surviving example of the Ferguson Mustang, and it now lives at the Tampa Bay Automotive Museum. The 1998 Super Stallion was a one-off racing Mustang that could truly be called ahead of its time. It featured unique carbon fiber trim, inboard independent rear suspension, and big slotted Brembo brakes. The Super Stallion was powered by a supercharged 5.4L DOHC V8. The same engine that would later be used for the Ford GT. This powerplant reportedly put down 595 Horsepower on E85, and could rocket the car to 60 miles an hour in under 4 seconds. Although no production version of the Super Stallion was ever released, the car had a clear technological influence on Mustangs designed over 15 years later. The Mustang Mach III is kind of an ugly duckling on this list. Ford wanted to give the public a taste of what the 4th gen Mustang would be, so the designers were reportedly told to make the car look like a Ford Probe that got attacked by a swarm of angry bees. It looks a little extreme, to say the least, but some of styling cues did actually make it into the SN95, and the Mach III was the first model to ditch the old 302, in favor of a Modular V8. Let’s get into a car that actually make it into production, the Mustang SVO. The SVO got a turbocharged version the old 2.3L Pinto 4 cylinder that made 200 horsepower. Bear in mind that at this, time the V8 Mustang only made 150 horsepower. Despite being the top performer of any Mustang model in its time. The SVO seems to be completely unloved today. Maybe because it doesn’t have the romance of a V8 engine, or maybe because the turbo motors are known for spotty reliability. Onto something from this century. The Shelby Terlingua Mustang was created in 2006 to mimic the styling of Carroll Shelby’s personal GT350R, that he raced way back in the day for the Terlingua racing team. Instead of Shelby’s classic Cobra motif, the Terlingua is emblazoned with paintings of cute little bunny rabbits. Not exactly macho. Ford’s anemic 4L V6 gets a supercharger in the Terlingua. Boosting power to 375. It’s fun to fill a specific niche, but I’m not really sure who this car was made for. There can’t be that many people who are willing to dump a wad of cash into their base model Mustang. The Giugiaro Mustang was created as a concept by Italian design firm Italdesign Giugiaro. It has a strangely shaped rear deck, glass canopy, scissor doors, cameras in place of the mirrors, and an actual horse hide interior. I don’t know about all those features, but take a look at the front of the car. Doesn’t that look a little bit familiar? Now, I’m not saying Ford ripped off one of their own concepts, but they totally did. Anywho, aside from the unique interior and bodywork, the Giugiaro is pretty much a standard 5th gen Mustang. It has a supercharged 4.6L V8 putting out 500 horses. When it comes to collectible Mustangs, the two BOSS models made from 1969 to 1970 are very high up on the list, but what if I told you that there were actually a third BOSS model that never got any love? Well, it’s true. The BOSS 351 was made only for the 1971 model year. The previous BOSS Mustangs had proven their worthiness on the track, but Ford had very little interest in racing by the time the 351 rolled around. That, combined with the new car’s bloated styling, meant it would be swept under the rug pretty much immediately. The Bullitt package was a movie tie-in car that came 30 years too late. It was essentially a 2001 GT with a unique exhaust, and a bunch of styling cues meant to emulate Steve McQueen’s 68 Mustang in the film, Bullitt. About 5,000 of them were made. They must’ve had little trouble selling them, because Ford revived the package in 2008. In 1978, somebody at Ford looked at the success of the Bandit Trans-am, with the flaming chicken, and thought, “I could totally just rip that off, and it’ll sell like hotcakes.” The result was the Mustang II King Cobra. Not only was it a knockoff, but they were also trying to cash in on the nostalgia for a time when Mustangs were good. This last hurrah for the Mustang II had a 302 making about 120 horsepower. They actually managed to sell 5,000 of these things before Fox Body production began.
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