PART V: REBUILDING MY TOTALLY-NOT-COLLECTIBLE MUSTANG!

PART V: REBUILDING MY TOTALLY-NOT-COLLECTIBLE MUSTANG!
Stephen Cox wraps up his mini-series and blogs about the performance improvements after the installation of a new Windsor racing engine and transmission.  The ‘80 Mustang is arguably the least desirable of any Ford pony car ever built and is certainly not worth the money and effort for a restoration. But the car has tremendous sentimental value for my family and me. I bought the car in early 1982 as the second owner. My wife and I dated in this car and I've since put over 240,000 miles on the o...
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PART III: REBUILDING MY TOTALLY-NOT-COLLECTIBLE MUSTANG!

PART III: REBUILDING MY TOTALLY-NOT-COLLECTIBLE MUSTANG!
Stephen Cox blogs about re-powering his four-cylinder ’80 Mustang that’s been in his garage for decades. Now it’s on-track to be a potent Ponycar. Ford Motor Company built 128,893 Mustang coupes during the 1980 model year, making my Medium Blue Glow four-cylinder example anything but rare. I bought the car when I was seventeen and it was my primary transportation for a decade. It now has nearly a quarter of a million miles on the odometer. Since the car has little value, I figure there's no ...
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