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Given that the 21st century has seen a sort of return to the roots aspect for the Mustang, it was probably only a matter of time before the Boss 302 made a return. Over the last few years there's been steady and growing interest in the concept of a new-age Trans Am Special.
Jim Clarke led the charge with the creation of the 5.0 HO V8 for the Mustang in 1982 and was responsible for the continuous improvement of the 5.0 throughout the '80s. What Jim and his team accomplished is truly amazing.
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Outstanding power blended with well-configured vintage looks. Sound intriguing? Then this 1993 Ford Mustang GT Supercharged should move to the top of your must see list. Outfitted with well-chosen aftermarket performance upgrades, its an absolute screamer on the boulevard and it will rumble into its next owners garage with extensive documentation to back up the work and investment thats gone into its build. The clean white paint this Fox bodied Pony wears is its original color and it continues to impress with its strong shine and well-maintained appearance. Nearly every aspect of the car unabashedly points to its otherworldly performance and its exterior is no exception, as its been equipped with a GT body kit that adds to its curb appeal while improving its aerodynamics. Unlike so many of its counterparts that have been in place for any length of time, this kit is still in top form, showing no cracking or damage from having been navigated into any immovable obstacles. The cowl hood is another strong indication that theres some serious power on board, while smoked headlights and foglights up front and aftermarket reproduction headlights in back add to this Mustangs distinctive appearance. Performance-centric modifications to a Mustang of this era are nothing new, but the overall attention to visual balance, tasteful aesthetics and precision really set this build apart. The burgundy-colored interior remains in its original shape - with the add-ons needed by the performance upgrades seamlessly blended in - and is in surprisingly good shape, especially for a car whose unusual performance capabilities create such a temptation for inspired driving. Both the cloth front buckets and rear bench seat are still fresh, showing very little wear as they straddle a clean center console. Painless Performance control switches seem right at home in the dash next to the original gauges, which still function as intended, and the dash pad above shows no cracking at all. A Pioneer aftermarket stereo fills the cabin with sound via a pair of door-mounted speakers and additional displays to monitor oil pressure and operating temperature take their place on the drivers side pillar. As great as this classic looks, its performance capabilities are equally impressive. The 5.0 liter V8 in its engine bay is often heralded for its ready adaptation to performance upgrades, and that aptitude has been taken full advantage of here. The powerplant was bored out for just a little more displacement before being armed with an outstanding array of top tier components, including a V1 Vortech Supercharger, a pair of Trick Flow heads, a Holley Systemax intake manifold and a BBK 70mm throttle body. Its now good for a full 484 horses - a figure thats backed up by a recent dyno reading - and with Bassani long tube headers and Flowmaster 2 chamber mufflers added to the mix, its exhaust sound has to be heard in person to be fully appreciated. The professionally enhanced powerplant teams with a TKO II 5 speed transmission - one of the only transmissions that can reasonably be expected to handle such an output without issue - to put full control of all that unbridled power in the hands of the driver via the Hurst shifter inside the cabin. A 4:10 rear end rounds out the drivetrain, so you can only imagine this Ponys off the line explosiveness. Power steering makes for easy maneuvering in everyday driving situations, while power brakes that include discs up front bring its set of 15 Weld Pro Star wheels to a fade resistant halt as needed. Well-configured and harboring outstanding power, this 1993 Ford Mustang GT Supercharged promises many fun-filled miles ahead, whether its on the asphalt or on the track. Call today!
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