Really Debating tryin selling or not again, dropped the reserve this is a true survivor and rust free trunk floors all rust free besides surface rust, 1 family owned car, 3rd owner originally my grandpas car out of bailey colorado, runs drives really strong, c6 trans i believe,power steering, 9in factory rearend, rebuilt generater, has the factory wheels and 70% tires included in sale only. Wheels in pics have been removed. Has the 390 BBF eldebrock carb, brand new less than 500 miles on exaust and front shocks, clean colorado title in my name, Not a perfect car to anyone but myself im setting a low reserve as to what this rare find is. Has year of manufacter 1964 Plates Registered to the car here in colorado from when my family originally bought included, and the only problem i have been having is the front blinker bulbs sockets a little coroded but working on that next few day but works in rear for sure front works need new bulbs and clean contacts, heat defrost works only on medium fan, all glass is original and has no cracks original motor, I have new sway bar kit front and rear included, NOT installed, seats all original and mostly very nice shape for an original
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Auto blogThu, 17 Jul 2014 12:57:00 EST
The 2015 Ford Mustang sounds great so far - at least on paper. Ford has just announced specs for the latest version of the iconic pony car in Dearborn, telling Autoblog that it will pump out as much as 435 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque from its 5.0-liter V8.
Those gaudy figures power the naturally aspirated GT model, and they easily eclipse the "more than" 420 hp and 390 lb-ft that Ford originally estimated.
The 2.3-liter turbocharged EcoBoost four-cylinder makes 310 hp and 320 lb-ft, and it's the first turbo Mustang since the 1986 SVO.
Ten years ago, during the bright-eyed enthusiasm of the early 2000s and before the collective automotive industry did its best Titanic impression, we had the Ford GT. An everyman's supercar like there'd never been (remember, this was before 638-horsepower Corvettes were a thing), the GT arrived with a supercharged, 5.4-liter V8 that produced 550 horsepower and graced this retro-styled rocket with an easy, sub-four-second sprint to 60 miles per hour.
Equal to the GT's performance were its looks. Inspired by the GT40 racers that dominated Le Mans and bested Ferrari in the 1960s, the sleek, low, almost-reptilian look of the GT was the absolute pinnacle of the retro styling that so defined the early 2000s.
Crank and Piston put together a video celebrating the ten-year-old GT, arguing that Ford is a bit too busy with the next-gen Mustang, which turns 50 next week, to do it themselves. In the short clip, there is gratuitous engine noise and supercharger whine, not to mention scenes of the white-on-red GT prowling the deserts and streets of Dubai. It's a bit short, but very nicely shot. Scroll down, have a look and be sure to turn up those speakers before getting started.
Ford has partnered with St. Petersburg Polytechnic University for three years to research various kinds of connected vehicle communications. The university tie-up is part of its study of space robots, NASA systems created to enable space-to-Earth communication, and the university's own development of systems that enable communication between the International Space State and Earth.
The objective is for Ford to engineer layers of robust networks and redundancy systems that will allow your car to speak to other cars, to emergency vehicles, to infrastructure like traffic lights and buildings, and to the cloud. Benefits would come in just about every area of transit, from avoiding accidents, to getting medical workers to an accident more quickly, to improving the flow of traffic during rush hour.
Check out the press release below for details on what Ford wants to learn from the JUSTIN Humanoid and NASA Robonaut R2, and a video of technical leader Oleg Gusikhin discussing his interest in the project.