Michael Zwick’s 1990 Ford Mustang LX Brings a Vintage 5.0 Appeal To The Street
A Notch Above the Rest.
There is a lot of noise in today’s horsepower wars—no pun intended. When we say noise, we mean the Coyote segment tends to get most of the attention in today’s Mustang market. Many owners have coaxed a ridiculous amount of power from the beloved modern 5.0 platform and they use social media to draw an exorbitant amount of attention to those exploits.
If you are only exposed to the noise from the current 5.0 movement, you might never realize that the 5.0’s right of passage into the high-performance world began in the 1960s. Even more fitting, the EFI hot rodding craze started in large part with the 5.0 Mustang in the mid-80s through the early ‘90s. But a car that is old doesn’t mean it is out of style and Michael Zwick has brought some vintage noise of his own to the modern Mustang world … read more