WR TV: 2014 Ford Mustang GT Track Pack

Cars, Reviews I By Bradley Iger I January 07, 2014
With the recent announcement of the all-new 2015 Ford Mustang, we wanted to give the current generation Mustang a proper send off before putting this pony out to pasture. 
 
Multimedia Editor Chris Amos gives us an up close and personal view of the Mustang GT, along with a chance to experience what it’s like behind the wheel of this 420 hp slice of Americana. This particular GT is also equipped with the Track Pack, which includes a 3.73:1 axle, the heavy-duty Torsen limited-slip differential from the Boss 302, larger Brembo brakes with performance pads, an upgraded radiator and engine oil cooler, and 255/40R19 Pirelli P Zero summer tires wrapped around 9.0 x 19-inch aluminum wheels. Check out the videos below to see how it all works together in practice. 
 

 

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