The car that you buy for its driving performance.
Or how the Ford Mustang was originally made.
Or maybe how it became the car that every Ford Mustang owner is driving now.
We’re talking cars, trucks, SUVs and sport utility vehicles.
We’ve got the answers for you.
All of them, but Ford’s.
If you’re a Mustang owner, you probably know the answer to that question.
But what if you’re not?
Here are the answers to five of our favorite Ford Mustangs.1.
The Ford GT-R3 The GT-4 is Ford’s first truly high-performance production car.
It was the first to have an automatic transmission, the first Mustang with a V6, the only Mustang with an electric engine, and the first car ever to get a turbocharged engine.
But for all that, it’s just a Mustang.
Its performance was not the result of any magic or any advanced technologies.
It’s simply a Mustang, which is why its performance is more than just the car’s design.
The GT4 is the most powerful Mustang ever built.
Its power is so good, Ford is now using it in their newest SUV, the XC90.
It could be the fastest car ever made, but its power was never about making it fast.
It wasn’t even about making the car a better car.
In fact, it was a terrible car.2.
The Shelby GT500 The Shelby is Ford and Shelby’s most powerful vehicle ever.
The only Mustang ever to reach 500 horsepower.
But its performance was so good that it earned the nickname “the best Mustang ever made.”
In the mid-1970s, Ford put together a team of engineers who decided to make the best Mustang possible.
Their design included a carbon fiber body, a lightweight, supercharged engine with a supercharger, and a carbon-ceramic brakes.
The result was the Shelby GT-500.
And its performance has never been better.
Shelby’s engineers wanted the GT500 to be a Mustang like nothing Ford had ever done before.
And the team went through countless iterations and revisions before they finally came up with the Shelby.
And it’s the best GT-400 ever.3.
The Mustang GT500 Mustang’s legendary performance makes it the best of the best.
Ford put the GT-4000, which was based on the GT50, through several iterations.
They tweaked the car and made it more powerful and more refined.
But the result was still not as fast as the GT400.
That’s why Ford is calling it the GT350.
The best GT350 ever.
And they went through several more iterations, with no end in sight.
But it’s still the fastest Mustang ever.4.
The Dodge Charger Charger was Ford’s answer to the Mustang.
It had the same styling, but a different powerplant.
The Charger’s performance was a little more refined, but the Charger still had an engine that was a monster, so Ford went with the Chargers powerplant as the best possible for the Mustang GT.
The new Charger GT is just a Charger.
It doesn’t have the power or the torque of the original GT400, but it has the power and torque of a Charged Charger and a Charging Turbocharged engine and is a lot more powerful than the Charged GT.5.
The Corvette Stingray The first Stingray was Ford and Chevy’s answer for the Mustangs most popular car, the Mustang Convertible.
It also introduced the first ever turbocharged four-cylinder engine in the Mustang lineup.
The Stingray’s performance wasn’t the result at all of a new supercharged four cylinder, but of a turbocharger.
The big thing about the Stingray is that it was the most efficient Mustang ever produced.
That makes it an incredible car, but there’s a problem.
There’s only one Stingray available.
No, not that one.
The one Ford bought to use for a test.
Ford didn’t want to give away the real thing to a rival, so they built a replica.
But then they sold it to the Corvette Stingrays owners, who loved the real Stingray.
The real Stingrays are a little slower than the Stingrays, and it takes longer to get them up to speed, but they’re more fun to drive and more fun in real life.6.
The Maserati Enzo This supercar was Ford design chief John Cougar Mellis first attempt at a supercar.
And while he came up short in the end, it showed Ford that he could take their high-horsepower, high-rebound, low-traction supercar and turn it into something more powerful.
Mellis was also working on a convertible.
So when he saw that a Maseratis convertible was on the horizon, he thought, I’m going to build one.
He hired some of the most talented car guys around, including Michael Shank, and they came up the rest.