Ford's Fox platform was the gift that keeps on giving, spawning the longest-lived Mustang ever, turbo T-birds and hot-rod Lincolns. Despite that Catholic conception rate, it all started with cars like today's NIce Price or Crack Pipe Fairmont. Sorta.
Foxy could be the description for getting a car on the cheap by picking up someone else's project before it's done. But buying an unfinished kit car project is always a risky move, not knowing the quality of the original builder's work. Most of the time that concern may be offset by the comfort in knowing that whether VW or Fiero, the underpinnings are at least readily available and, comparatively, reasonably priced. That comfort is lacking however when the original builder was a guy named Enzo, and the piecemeal car in question has a prancing horse on its nose. The power of the prance was strong yesterday, but it couldn't outweigh the bat shit insanity of picking up a 1980 308 GTS project that would only make economic sense if completed yourself, and which its current owner had already lost eight grand on. The voting wasn't a landslide, but 67% of you came to the conclusion that this particular prancing horse well earned the white pony.