For Sale by Actual owner with clean Arizona Title in my name in my hand is this amazing First year 1984 Ford Mustang Svo.. With 39,802 Actual original A box miles. This car is absolutely flawless and has been extremely well preserved and maintained throughout the years. Paint color is Dark Charcoal, Every little switch and detail works perfect, Perfect interior sporting the original Hurst shifter a boot. And hand pump air bladders for seats! This car was a leap in technology and handling for its time, Sporting a Turbo charged and inter cooled 2.3 making175hp 210-ft-lb, 5 lug wheels, 4 wheel disc brakes and Koni adjustable shocks, the shock tool is still in the glove box. Fresh service and brand new tires also recently done. It comes with all the owners manuals, shop manuals ect and car model and car cover! Also registered with the SVO club of america. $17800 obo Give me a call and make an offer! All you need to do is imagine yourself owning this amazing car! Andy 480-848-2838
The Mustang SVO was a limited-production version of the Ford Mustang sold from 1984 to 1986, during which time it was one of the fastest, and the most expensive version of the Mustang available. Although it departed both physically and mechanically from any prior version of the Mustang, it held the same spot within the lineup, both in terms of performance over "lesser" variants and in prestige, as had variants such as the Shelby-tuned and "BOSS" Mustangs of the 1960s and 1970s.
Still ultimately concerned with issues such as fuel consumption and emissions, SVO engineers opted to pass over the venerable production 5.0 liter V-8 in lieu of an updated, turbocharged, and stronger version of Ford's 2.3 liter inline four, originally used in the Pinto and Ford Mustang II. The installation of the four-cylinder engine helped with weight distribution, due to the engine being installed perpendicular to, and behind, the front axle, thereby improving handling. Endowing the engine with an advanced, computer-controlled fuel injection system and an intercooled turbocharger system helped push power output to 175 horsepower, fairly high for the time. In addition, a "fuel grade" switch was added to the dash, allowing the driver to adjust the vehicle's performance level depending on whether premium or standard grade fuel were being used, as the engine was not installed with a knock sensor. A factory-installed Hurst shifter was made standard to improve feel and quickness.
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