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Asked by Sep 29, 2016 at 05:22 PM about the Ford Mustang

Question type: Car Customization

My friends have been talking about how the v6 has
gotten better over the years my question is if
someone were to race a 1996 v8 mustang with a
2014 v6 mustang who would win?

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Depends on the driver.

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just look at the HP ratings- it surprises many people when they learn that some of the most powerful American engines from the '50s were not V-8s they were hot rodded GMC straight sixes-

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Hello, Cxudfif great question. I would still hold out hope for the V-8. Also the older V-8 still retains high price values compared to some of the newer models with v-6 motors which can be had for less than half the price at just 5-7 years old.

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