Yeah, so, was that the huge mistake that was so terrible?510hp Shelby GT ?
More egregious than the pitiful lack of research and insight was the notion of an automatic for the Boss and Shelby. To me, it is a prime example of someone who just doesn't 'get it'. My loathing for this piece is based more on the notion of the transmission options to help it's marketability. The thousands of man hours put in by the Boss engineers at Ford, as shown on Speed Channel's Boss 1 hour show "Ford Remakes a Legend", were all focused on the goal of delivering the ultimate track car. There are links to this show on someone's facebook page in 3 segments are out there on a thread on the TMS forum. If you haven't seen it, I highly recommend doing so.Yeah, so, was that the huge mistake that was so terrible?
Big deal, been lots worse mistakes made by other writers about these cars.
I agree it's not a great article, but I doubt one written by another 6th grader would be any better.
Just so you know, the name Greg Zyla, is a pen name for Jethro Bodine, he grad-gee-ated the six grade don't you know...:smartass:
You guys just don't have any sense of humor...The Daily Review is just another on-line news outlet that doesn't specialize in the auto industry as far as I can see. The only suspicious number I saw was "Mustang GT Coupe without every bell and whistle can do so for $29,310" I came up with $37,400 for the Premium coupe with Brembos and just a few options. Otherwise, the article was very positive for Mustang owners IMHO.