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Stupid question, but what does SVO & SVT mean???

On the side pannels of my 97 mustang gt, it says SVO in blue letters, i was just wondering what exactly it means.

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SVO stood for I believe "Special Vehicle Operations" in the early 80s. Why it's on your car, I could not say.

SVT=Special Vehicle Team

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http://www.svt.ford.com/svtArchiveCobra.asp
http://home.pon.net/hunnicutt/history_svt.htm
http://media.ford.com/products/model...ehicle_id=1269
http://www.svtoa.com/default.asp
http://media.ford.com/print_doc.cfm?article_id=12954
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_SVT
http://www.saac.com/

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