all have pretty good aftermarket, all suck ass to work on, with enough $$$ all have the same potentialBefore I start searching can somebody tell me which generation is the best to own?
i.e. Aftermarket parts support, Ease to work on, Potential, Etc..
id say get a 5.0 fox body then if u like them. they would be in ur price range (even for a super clean, low miles one) and have some play money left overum.. my budget isn't very high maybe like $5-7k for starters
this won't be my daily driver. I always wanted a Mustang and I particularly like the way the 89-91ish years look.
This will probably be just an occasional cruise car, HP expected can be anywhere as more power is always something everyone wants lol, Maybe a trackday car if it handles nice?
I'm not so much into drag racing these days
what all do u have to do to cram a 5.8 (351 cubic inches for those who dont know)I got a 90 notchback and i love it. The 5.0 is a strong and dependable motor, and can be built fairly easy and somewhat cheap. The only reason i took mine out was because of those blocks will start puking rods around 500 hp. And i wanted something that was pushing over 800. But as for the car itself, i love it.