This is a 1986 Ford Mustang SVO, and it has to be the best-preserved SVO on the planet. It hardly has a mark or blemish on its original Dark Gray paint job. But the real marvel is under the hood.
Those of you who have test-driven and/or bought the 2015 Ford Mustang have noticed a few things about its handling hardware.
A leaked pre-production training manual shows that when the new EcoBoost is filled with 87 octane, the power figures drop quite substantially. But don’t worry, there’s a bright side.
While our own experience in the EcoBoost Mustang left us wanting much more seat time, the performance index of that car could be a bit better. Thankfully, we have Ford Racing. And according to them, the EcoBoost is about to get a serious increase in torque.
It seems that a few of those 2015 EcoBoost Mustangs might have been a little too eager to get out of the stable.