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.
Labor of Love
From scrap yard to salvation.
Let’s face it, bringing a Classic (and to the SVT community the 1993 Cobra certainly fits that definition) back from the brink is simply the Lord’s work. From the outside many see wrecked Fox body as nothing more than a quarter decade old hunk of scrap metal, but we know better; especially when it wears a snake on its front fenders. This s a car that deserves better. This is a car worth saving. Luckily, SVTP Member Tony Garcia took on the mission of returning this badly wrecked Cobra to its former glory.
From Ashes to Glory
One SVTP Member’s quest to rebuild a legend.
Few things automotive related are sadder than seeing a once great vehicle resigned to life of near DD-level mediocrity after a minor fender-bender. That was situation in which SVTP Member Mike93SVT found his project 2010 Shelby GT500 Mustang. Not satisfied to see a such potential wasted Mike bough the car and began the painstaking process of resto-modding the SVT to better than new condition.
Steeda unleashes murdered-out Mustangs with over 800 horsepower
By Steve Turner
The beauty of the Mustang platform is its adaptability. Owners can paint its canvas to create the masterpiece of their dreams. Some like to do the work themselves and create something that screams out for attention. Others enjoy picking up a fully realized package that is a bit more under the radar. The latter is just what Steeda Vehicles is offering as part of its 2017 lineup—a special limited run of black on black Mustangs.
Sam Anderson challenged himself to build a 733-horsepower classic
By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Sam Anderson
If you have built more than one project car, you always want to push the next one to a higher plane than the last. That was definitely the case for Sam Anderson, who set out to see just what kind of build he was capable of creating. As you can see, he was capable of fusing two iconic Mustangs into one project-car masterpiece.