It was in 1978 when Ford launched the Mustang’s third version. The Fox Body continued rolling until 1993 using a name inspired by the Fox frame beneath it.
And in recent years the success of the Blue Oval system has soared in terms of aftermarket aficionados. The same is true of rendering musicians, of course, which is why we are here.
There are several reasons why Fox Body ‘Stangs are so fond of tuning fans, with one of them being the fair weight of the unit depending on the size, the device tips the scales at 3,000-3,200 lbs. As such, a basic diet will make the number conveniently begin with a “2.”
Others, of course, tend to carry weight … Severe equipment designed to enhance Ford’s drag stripe behavior. Case by case of the seated making before us.
The pixel build starts off with a 1985 Mustang 5.0, a vehicle that in its most powerful iteration has never gone beyond 210 horsepower and 265 lb-ft. Okay, let’s just assume that the definition we’ve got here adds some extra muscle.
The exact performance of the V8 hiding under the hood is not visible to us. There are, however, quite a few hints, such as the supercharger that protrudes from the windshield, or the exhaust shape that leaves the vehicle just after the front wheels.
The Ford Mustang features an extra-beefy system combining components including leaf springs and uber-generous rear tires to bring all the power down. Talking of which, the front rubber is the slim kind. So during those all-important drag strip runs this helps to minimize drag.
Notice that the artist responsible for this eye candy, Timothy Adry Emmanuel. I also decorated the worst-case scenario and furnished the Fox Body cabin with a roll cage.
The exact performance of the V8 hiding under the hood is not visible to us. Though, there are also a few hints, such as the supercharger that protrudes from the windshield, or the exhaust shape that leaves the car just below the front wheels.