In Spanish, Bronco means rough, and that's the word that American cowboys adopted to describe an untrained horse. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Bronco II looks anything but rough, and its Mustang drivetrain should make for one fun rodeo. Will its price however, be low enough to rope you in?
With the introduction of the Bronco II in 1984, Ford's mini-pickup was no longer the Lone Ranger. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe 5.0-powered Bronco II could be a great off-roading companion, but will its price render it forever alone?
The experts in pony car animal husbandry knew their talents would not go to waste when Ford revived the 5.0-liter V8 dubbed Coyote. Here's one of their first crossbreeds, a swap into a Fox-body Mustang. Call it the Foxyote.
Want to retrofit an iPad in place of your Mustang's stock Sync-ified infotainment console? You'll need to relocate Sync to the ceiling, but with some basic carpentry skills the install is surprisingly easy.
For the last year, every Mustang review has essentially read, "an involving, exciting sports car, but it's slower than the Camaro." In the muscle market, it's power, not handling, which sells. Luckily, the 2011 Ford Mustang fixes that. Moar power!
For the 2011 model year Ford's bringing back the 5.0-liter V8 in the Mustang GT, at 412 HP and 390 lb-ft of torque, it's a nice piece of kit and here's a look at some of the details.
Today's our first time in-person with the 2011 Ford Mustang GT. What's it look like? A 'Stang with a 5.0-liter V8 crammed under the hood, just as God intended.
Want to know what the 5.0 in the 2011 Ford Mustang GT sounds like? Here it is on an engine dyno and on the road. Now, we just need to see independent dyno results to verify Ford's 412 HP claim.
In horses, Pinto is not a breed, but a description of coloration. In cars, the Pinto is colored by a history of corporate malfeasance and an era of performance malaise. Still, Nice Price or Crack Pipe keeps an open mind.