Had a ‘85 SVO and a ‘85 1/2 GT at the same time, one had to go, after a few months of deciding, the 5.0 with T-tops won out. Still miss the SVO, great car in the 80's but that 5 liter torque was to sweet to let go.
Mad Max supercharger on demand.
I’ll pay you to do it.
1970 Mustang Fastback, took my driver's test in it, brought Mom home, picked up my best friend and did a Dukes of Hazzard over the raised railroad crossing. busted the oil pan and Dad sold it. bought it back for years later, restored it and sold it a few years after that.
Oleo locomotive is the name of my...um, nevermind.
That interior picture is a 80's F-150 with Ranger trim package.
3 inch stainless steel rolled tips FTW!
that’s the truth!
You’ve been watching too many”Furious” movies.
I had a ‘84 Vette, handled like it was on rails but my back couldn’t take the extremely rough ride. only kept it a few months.
or a 1983 Corvette.
Mustang did it 20 years ago. Called Mystic.
A points ignition condenser can easily store over 30,000v but low amps, we used to charge them up and leave them on the parts counter for the unsuspecting to pick up, then ZAP! Never killed anyone.
$5000. turbo kit, still less HP than my V6 Mustang I drive to work. CP
“it didn’t have even have enough to keep the car running” you should check your charging system.