Living each of its 31 years as a treasured authentic, this 1986 Mustang SVO is absolutely one of the finest Fox Body survivors on the planet! As a well-maintained survivor that's averaged only 356 miles per year, this Ford's original body appears to be in great shape. Naturally, that unmolested fuselage wears a clean coat of original Dark Gray paint. And noteworthy SVO cosmetics include: a unique front clip, aero-shaped headlights, a functional hood scoop, rear wheel spats, body-matched quarter window trim, a 'bi-plane' spoiler, a unique rear bumper cover, striped taillights and subtle “SVO” fender badges. With the death of the V8 being yelled from rooftops, SVO engineers opted for a turbocharged version of Ford's 2.3 liter inline 4-cylinder. That iron mill utilizes computer-controlled Bosch fuel injection, an intercooled Garrett T3 turbo and new-for-1986 cooling to turn stout 8 to 1 compression into 205 horsepower and 240 lb./ft. of torque. A standard Borg Warner T5 5-speed benefits from revised gearing and a Traction-Lok posi-traction rear end that's fitted with big, 3.73 gears. Beneath that drivetrain, a complete Koni suspension system replaces already competent Mustang GT hardware. 15 to 1 quick-ratio power steering combines with ventilated, 4-wheel disc brakes to ensure crisp turns and sudden stops. And 16-inch Enkei wheels spin 225/50 Goodyear Eagle Sports around chrome lug nuts. This '86 SVO was the last, and some would say best, of vintage 4-cylinder pony car performance. And, with roughly 11K miles on 100% original equipment, the car would be right at home in any serious Mustang collection. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information!