For decades, the foxbody Mustang was considered the go-to platform for muscle enthusiasts. They were relatively cheap, had a V8, and could be found on any street corner. What they lacked in power was made up through being a light-weight unibody chariot.
But in this video from AutotopiaLA, we get to see a 1985 Mustang that’s been modified to produce around 700 horsepower thanks to its Ford 351-cubic-inch (5.75-liter) Windsor V8 that has been bored a 440 cubic-inch (7.2 liters).
Be sure to watch the video to uncover the fascinating story behind this modified foxbody Mustang and witness its incredible power firsthand.