In 1984 Ford introduced two specialty Mustang models, one was the Special Vehicle Operations Mustang (SVO) the other was the 40th anniversary special edition. Both would go on to become collector cars. They also helped Mustang sales, with Mustang seeing growth in production for the first time in five years with sales in 1984 of 141,480 units, up 17% versus the prior year.
Hi, Help me settle an disagreement with a fellow Foxbody enthusiast. I can’t find the answer in your own information or anywhere else but I find circumstantial evidence to back up my claim. All the popular auto parts chains sell an AOD torque converter for an “M” code 1984 Mustang and require this to be entered to match the part. Were any (M code) 4bbl V8 1984 Mustangs factory equipped with an AOD transmission and where can I find this info to show someone?
Steve, The 1984 LX Convertible 5.0 that I own is still stock, it has the auto Transmisson , but it was not 4bbl, TB 5.0 as they made two 5.0 engines for the LX and 4bbl was stick only.