Engine builder’s mood really shows through.
So this is a weird one. SVTP Vendor, and all around nice guys, Pro-Dyno recently made a somewhat interesting discovery. While tearing down a Terminator engine for a rebuild they found that a previous engine builder had left them a little surprise in the form of eight smiley faces, one on each rod.
Bullitt Mustang Gets Big-Cube 4V .
When it comes to subtle styling the Bullitt Mustangs have to take the award for being the most instantly recognizable. Other than the unique Dark Highland Green paint (among select other choices) the Bullitts may be best known for the parts that were omitted in order to achieve a clean, yet menacing, look; items such as a spoiler and fog lights. The two modern interpretations (2001 and 2008) of the 1968 orginal also came with a modest power bump over their GT counterparts.
Hurt Motor = Build Oportunity.
Most don’t know it, but I have a pretty big soft-spot for SN-95 SVT Cobra Mustangs. As luck would have it, we seems to be going through a small surge in interest in these cars. I’ve seen several really nice ones popping up a shows recently, and was honored to award the SVTPerformance.com Editor’s Choice Award at the inaugural Ponies in the Smokies show to Jonathan Catapano’s highly modified Orange 1998 Cobra. So when I saw that SVTP Member SVT GI (“Jason”) was saving an injured ’97 Cobra I took notice.