Relax, it will have a V8. I just read an article where several Ford engineers are pushing for the Ranger Raptor to have a V8. Of course the first thing that came to my mind was, if they put one in the Ranger, the Bronco couldn’t be far behind….right?I’m afraid it won’t have a V8.
My favorite is the ‘67. I’ve had several over the years. One of the best I owned, as far as practicality is concerned, was the ‘85 GT. The fastback was a hatch. The rear seats folded down and the shelf behind the rear seats lifted out. You could carry all sorts of stuff. It wasn’t exactly grease lighting, but it was fun.My favorite body style is the 67 followed by the 69.
I love the taillights of the 67 that is very similar to the current mustang. The 65 tail lights always looked just stuck on there.
what do I know though as I own a 94 sn95...lol.
You'd be surprised how many people here drive their mustangs and non-AWD Challengers during the winter. Snow tires do wonders even for RWD cars.I was hoping my 2020 GT would be better in the snow than my ‘89 GT. Didn’t seem much better though when I got caught in a storm in December. I made it home, but it was dicey.
I don’t see them much during the winter here in Detroit. Must be much better drivers than I am, that’s for sure.You'd be surprised how many people here drive their mustangs and non-AWD Challengers during the winter. Snow tires do wonders even for RWD cars.
I live in Canton, the heart of Ford country, and the vast majority of Mustangs are shut down for the winter. I see pretty much zero when it snows. Where do you live?In the Detroit area I see them by the dozens in the winter, even snowy days. Significantly less 392’s than the summer of course but still a pretty common sight for me.
There won’t be a V8 Ranger/Bronco unfortunately as badly as it’s been discussed here internally.
Mustang will definitely be keeping the V8 with an all new 4th generation Coyote featuring a re-vamped intake system amongst other changes.
More power and more fun