Finished off in Raven Black and red GT stripes, this is perhaps one of the best-restored 1965 Mustangs I’ve ever laid eyes upon.
I won’t condone street racing, even though I might have done it a few times in high school. However, there is no denying some of these cars are ridiculously sick.
From the thread “Let’s See Your Latest Pics” I have selected five Mustangs that have really caught my eye.
Though she be but little, she is fierce! When Shakespeare uttered those words, he must have been foreshadowing the creation of this naturally-aspirated, Coyote-powered S-197 Mustang. Indeed, its motor only measures a mere 5.0 liters and it doesn’t benefit from such luxuries as nitrous or forced induction, but that doesn’t mean it’s any less capable.
After driving the 2015 Mustang GT, I didn’t have an S-197 sitting around to really detect all the differences between the two cars. However, our friends at Autoweek just so happened to have both on hand to play around with. Here’s what they found.