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  • Artegon podría convertirse en uno de los mejores museos de automóviles muy pronto. Quienes han tenido la oportunidad de visitarlo seguramente ya han visto una colección de increíbles carros parados, incluidos el #Batimóvil y la #MysteryMachine de #ScoobyDoo con un aviso que dice "Coming soon" 😱  Al parecer el Orlando Auto Museum incluirá una colección de autos clásicos, americanos y europeos, microcoches, vehículos militares, motocicletas, scooters y bicicletas... y una colección de Hollywood con los vehículos usados en las películas o por las estrellas. Además del #Batmobile, se espera que también este el Ford de 1948 de Grease, el DeLorean de #BackToTheFuture de 1981, una réplica del Cadillac de #Ghostbusters de 1959 y el original de #PursuitSpecial de #MadMax 🏎
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#qpeo #qpeonews #orlando #orlandoflorida #Artegon #OrlandoAutoMuseum #quepasaenorlando
  • Artegon podría convertirse en uno de los mejores museos de automóviles muy pronto. Quienes han tenido la oportunidad de visitarlo seguramente ya han visto una colección de increíbles carros parados, incluidos el #Batimóvil y la #MysteryMachine de #ScoobyDoo con un aviso que dice "Coming soon" 😱 Al parecer el Orlando Auto Museum incluirá una colección de autos clásicos, americanos y europeos, microcoches, vehículos militares, motocicletas, scooters y bicicletas... y una colección de Hollywood con los vehículos usados en las películas o por las estrellas. Además del #Batmobile, se espera que también este el Ford de 1948 de Grease, el DeLorean de #BackToTheFuture de 1981, una réplica del Cadillac de #Ghostbusters de 1959 y el original de #PursuitSpecial de #MadMax 🏎
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    #qpeo #qpeonews #orlando #orlandoflorida #Artegon #OrlandoAutoMuseum #quepasaenorlando

  •  155  10  8 November, 2018
  • In the late 80s and early 90s, few cars had the widespread reputation of the 5.0 Mustang - a performance platform that started off reasonably quick for an 80s car but which was capable of 13 and even 12 second quarter miles with bolt-on parts - and under 9 seconds with more radical modifications. Although the #FoxBody wasn’t as fast as its ancestors when it debuted for 1979, it was certainly a feared street racer ten years later, by which time a vast aftermarket had grown up around the 302 V8, once an “economy” option in cars like the Ford Maverick. By 1987 the Fox had reached its final “aero look” iteration, restyled in the mold of the Turbo SVO, which was dropped after 1986. These later Fox #Mustangs, made from 1987-1993, were fastest of all. The four-cylinder cars introduced during the fuel crisis era remained but the majority of cars were the fast kind - the GT with spoilers and visuals, or the LX with a plain look and lots of power - a car to be feared on the drag strip or places like Flatlands Avenue in Brooklyn, or any number of less formal settings. But there was one other version of the #Mustang at this time - one no speed addict wanted to see. Beginning in 1982 at the request of the #CaliforniaHighwayPatrol, Ford began offering the #MustangSSP - for “Special Service Package.” Effectively a police interceptor version of the 5.0, it came usually in bare-bones notchback form, often with some performance pieces unavailable on the civilian Mustangs. Contrary to urban legend, the cars were not that much faster than regular LX/GT 5.0s (the build was basically the same), but agencies were more than happy for people to believe that they were. More than 15,000 SSPs were built from 1982-93. 32 states (and the RCMP) and dozens of federal agencies used them for pursuit work, among other things. When production of the Fox #Stang ended in September, 1993, so did the #SSP - the later SN95 Mustang did not have a police option and #Ford focused it’s pursuit efforts on the Crown Victoria. SSPs are rare collector’s items today.

#PursuitSpecial #ig_autoshow #FivePointOh #Policecars #FordPerformance #classicFord #classicMustang #MustangNotchback #MustangLX #highwaypatrol
  • In the late 80s and early 90s, few cars had the widespread reputation of the 5.0 Mustang - a performance platform that started off reasonably quick for an 80s car but which was capable of 13 and even 12 second quarter miles with bolt-on parts - and under 9 seconds with more radical modifications. Although the #FoxBody wasn’t as fast as its ancestors when it debuted for 1979, it was certainly a feared street racer ten years later, by which time a vast aftermarket had grown up around the 302 V8, once an “economy” option in cars like the Ford Maverick. By 1987 the Fox had reached its final “aero look” iteration, restyled in the mold of the Turbo SVO, which was dropped after 1986. These later Fox #Mustangs, made from 1987-1993, were fastest of all. The four-cylinder cars introduced during the fuel crisis era remained but the majority of cars were the fast kind - the GT with spoilers and visuals, or the LX with a plain look and lots of power - a car to be feared on the drag strip or places like Flatlands Avenue in Brooklyn, or any number of less formal settings. But there was one other version of the #Mustang at this time - one no speed addict wanted to see. Beginning in 1982 at the request of the #CaliforniaHighwayPatrol, Ford began offering the #MustangSSP - for “Special Service Package.” Effectively a police interceptor version of the 5.0, it came usually in bare-bones notchback form, often with some performance pieces unavailable on the civilian Mustangs. Contrary to urban legend, the cars were not that much faster than regular LX/GT 5.0s (the build was basically the same), but agencies were more than happy for people to believe that they were. More than 15,000 SSPs were built from 1982-93. 32 states (and the RCMP) and dozens of federal agencies used them for pursuit work, among other things. When production of the Fox #Stang ended in September, 1993, so did the #SSP - the later SN95 Mustang did not have a police option and #Ford focused it’s pursuit efforts on the Crown Victoria. SSPs are rare collector’s items today.

    #PursuitSpecial #ig_autoshow #FivePointOh #Policecars #FordPerformance #classicFord #classicMustang #MustangNotchback #MustangLX #highwaypatrol

  •  361  7  6 August, 2018