Sometimes the path reveals itself.
You know, I love it when someone asks how much you have in your build and you can simply reply with “A lot.” That’s exactly the exchange that occurred in SVTP Member Weather Man’s (Brian) S-197 build thread. It all started with a deal that was too good to pass up. Brian happened upon an engine for the right price in the SVTP Market Section and just had to pick it up. His plans only extended as far as placing it on an engine stand to wait for some project off in the distant future. Well that’s just not how things turned out.
1985 GT Build
5.0 Fox get a complete makeover.
For many of us the Fox Mustang was our introduction to the Ford Performance universe, and as such it holds a special place in our collective hearts. Perhaps you’ve owned one in the past or hope to own one in the future, but no matter your current ownership status you can always sit back and enjoy someone else’s build process. That brings us to SVTP Member suicidekings’ (Tony) magnificent 1985 Mustang GT build.
Soon to be leaving a car show near you.
You wanna turn some heads or make some traditionalists lose their minds? Well there’s few better ways to do that than install a Chevy LS-Motor into your Mustang. That’s exactly what SVTP Member laextreme5 (“Cody”) is doing with his New-Edge 2002 Ford Mustang GT, but he’s taking things one step further. He’s also installing a CD009 transmission from a 2006+ Nissan 350Z. Say what?
Because modified is better than stock.
Few things are more satisfying for a gearhead than that feeling of success you get when standing back and gazing upon your recently completed build. That’s just the sensation SVTP Member Paul. experienced after the long construction project that is his 2011 5.0L-Powered Mustang GT. What started as a fairly typical loaded Premium GT was transformed into a customized ride an owner can be proud of.