2007 Ford Mustang Roush on 2040-cars
Catoosa, Oklahoma, United States
If you have any questions or would like to view the car in person please email me at: email@example.com .
This listing is for my 2007 Mustang Roush. I had a shop install a ford racing cam, a 2.49 superchager pulley, and
catless BBK headers when the vehicle had about 10,000 miles. It put down 450 to the wheels on its first dynojet
pull and we slowed it down to 430 to make it a reliable daily driver( about 550 to the crank). I also added HID
kits to the head and fog lights.( Though it is a daily driver
it sits in the garage and i do not drive it to work. About as far as it goes is 10 miles to the gym and back. Since
I have owned the car I've never had to do anything other than maintenance. At about 30,XXX miles I added 4.10 ford
racing gears, i still have not had the computer set for these gears so the speedometer is a little off. For
example, if you are going 40 mph the spedo reads 45 mph. There are a few ways to fix this either with a retune,
there is a converter box that can be added, or the factory gears can be reinstalled. I have all factory parts for
this car and two spare rims that you are more than welcome to keep with the purchase of the vehicle. I included a
picture of all the scratches I know about on the car. The up close of the white decal is to show that they are
chipping away a little, I just took a picture of one but they are all chipping. The interior is next to flawless
just some slight wear on the floor mats. The car has no known dents on the body. Car shifts great, corners like a
champ, and drives smooth. Feel free to message me with any questions. Buyer is responsible to ship. I can send more
pictures upon request.
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Auto blogMon, 10 Jun 2013
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There was a time not so long ago when opting for a base Ford Mustang meant getting little more than some sheetmetal, an anemic four-cylinder engine and what may very well have been the world's most disappointing automatic transmission. During the Fox Body years, Ford seemed hell-bent on living up to Carroll Shelby's derogatory description of the coupe as little more than a runabout for demure office assistants, and the result was a base model with fewer sporting intentions than a Dilbert day calendar.
Some 20 years later, hopping behind the wheel of an entry-level pony is an entirely different experience. With all of the menacing aesthetics of the brawnier GT, a well-equipped interior and a drivetrain that toes the line between efficiency and power better than few before it, the 2013 Ford Mustang V6 is an attractive option for buyers in the big coupe market. But is it attractive enough to forgo the beastly GT?
Our new man Greg Migliore is in attendance at a Ford media event at the Blue Oval's Dearborn, MI headquarters today, and he's reported in with a handful of the 2015 F-150 stats that we've been dying to know. Ford is slow-playing the news release here, but we can still offer up some interesting output and performance figures after half-year of waiting.
We have all be quite aware that Ford's shift to aluminum construction would save a lot of weight for F-150 models, and the results we're hearing now are duly impressive. For instance: in Super Crew trim, a 2015 F-150 is a whopping 732-pounds lighter than was its closest 2014-model-year equivalent. That's like hauling three middle-aged dudes to your bowling alley's league night for free. Polish your balls, guys.
Ford isn't willing to offer up any actual curb weights just yet, but if we take that 732-pound loss and extrapolate with the 5,128-pound curb weight of the 2014 F-150 Super Crew with the 3.7-liter V6, we can guesstimate that 2015 models will measure out in the 4,400-pound range. That's impressive.
Let's get this unfortunate though important tidbit out of the way right off the bat: The Ford S-Max isn't sold in the United States, and it's not coming here, at least not anytime soon. And so it's with our European friends in mind that we share this information about the next-gen S-Max (previewed about a year ago in concept form) that is set to debut all across Europe next year and will be shown off at the upcoming Paris Motor Show. Now, moving on...
As with the first-gen S-Max, the new model will boast seating for seven passengers, along with a decent amount of storage space, all packed into a relatively reasonably sized package. Powering the front wheels (or optionally all four) will be the buyer's choice of EcoBoost gasoline-turbocharged or turbo-diesel four-cylinder engines along with automatic and manual transmission options. Included in the mix is a new 1.5-liter EcoBoost with 160 horsepower, though the 240-horse 2.0 is likely to be seen as the headliner.
There are all kinds of new technologies on offer, ranging from Adaptive Steering to Dynamic LED Headlamps with Glare-Free Highbeams, and it's all housed inside new, more sleekly designed bodywork riding atop a chassis with new suspension architecture designed to make the S-Max a people-hauler that's still fun to drive. For all the details, we suggest you scroll down below to read through Ford's official press release.