This car has a roller cam 5.0 HO longblock swapped in from a '91 GT, including the E7 heads. It was rebuilt and installed about two years ago by Dave Schultz, a well known name in the SoCal Mustang community. It's running the stock CFI induction which runs well (for CFI, that is). Other mods include a K&N airfilter in the stock dual-snorkel air cleaner with polished lid, Mustang convertible motor mounts, 3-row radiator, thermostatic fan clutch, 180 t-stat, 83 Mustang finned aluminum "Powered By Ford" valve covers, Ford Motorsport 9mm plug wires, and a police package power steering cooler. Exhaust: '85 Mustang tubular headers, connected to '85 Mustang y-pipe. 3" mandrel bent single exhaust with cat and Dynomax Ultraflow muffler. The exhaust has a nice mellow burble at idle, but a healthy growl when you get on the gas! It'll set off car alarms in a parking garage if you get on it, but it doesn't have a headache-inducing drone on the freeway.Drivetrain: Stock AOD transmission, rebuilt less than a year ago with a mild shift kit. Shifts nice and firmly. Posi 8.8" rear end from a '91 Mustang with 3.73 gears and the proper speedo gear. There's also an auxiliary transmission cooler up front mounted on police package brackets.Suspension: Front end: almost completely rebuilt in the last year with new polyeurethane bushings in the control arms, swaybars, and endlinks. New balljoints, endlinks, and LX 600lb/in springs from Moog. Stock 15:1 fast-ratio steering rack with new inner and outer tie-rods. KYB struts. Rear: KYB shocks, stock heavy duty control arms, stock 300lb/in springs, and custom made subframe connectors. Overall the ride is very stiff (definitely not your dad's LTD's ride), and the car handles way better than a car of its size and shape should!!06-19-05Well, I installed a 1G 100A (large bodied externally regulated) alternator I had picked from a ex-cop FOX bodied V8 LTD. The alternator has been upgraded with the prefomance fan. This is the one with the solid front. Everybody was telling me to do the 130A 3G alt upgrade when I feel a 130 amp alt is not needed for my application. Also, It looks stock. I also tossed a new regulator in as well.This alt is great. With the 75amp that was in there I had problems with the car charging while the lights were on. To make matters worse... the kicker was when I had the brake lights on and the turnsignals on while the headlights were on... the car died once it came to a stop. Once the lights were turned on the Volt meter dropped from 13-14 volts to around 12. This was the reason for the 100A alt upgrade.Now with the new alt in there the I have absolutly no charging problems at all. Lights on, brake lights on, turnsignals on, radio on... the works... no issues.pictures... sorry for the quality.