I don't know, maybe "big boned" is more socially acceptable nowadays?
While reviewing Fox Body Mustang Restoration: 1979-1993, I was reminded just how amazing the 5.0 Mustang really is.
Third generation Mustangs — those built from 1979 to 1993 — may very well be history's most popular performance car. After all, they were immortalized in pop culture and spent more than a decade at the top of the performance food chain.
In Fox Body Mustang Restoration: 1979-1993, author Jim Smart gives you a brief history of these cars before showing you an inside look at what it takes to return one of these automotive icons to the road.
Check out this review to see if this book has been what you're looking for to get you rolling in your own 5.0.
Last summer, while the Cobalt SS/SC and I were vacationing in Glacier National Park, I was having breakfast and reading a magazine — something I don't normally have any time for due to my busy schedule.
As a kid I found myself enamored with the music from the late '50s, '60s, and early '70s — though, it wasn't contemporary for me.