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1994 Ford Mustang GT
1994 Ford Mustang GT, first year of the revised Fox platform (SN-95). Model features fully detailed interior and exterior, detailed engine compartment, working steering and suspension, and opening hood, trunk, doors, and fuel door.
About this creation
1994 Mustang GT front right

The Mustang GT was reintroduced for 1994, featuring higher performance and better handling than the base Mustang or its 1993 predecessor. Ford carried over the 302 CID Windsor pushrod small-block V8 engine (called the "5.0 L" although its capacity was 4.94 L) from the 1993 Mustang GT. Total output from the engine was 215 hp (160 kW; 218 PS) at 4200 rpm and 285 lb·ft (386 N·m) of torque at 3500 rpm. Mustang GTs could deliver zero to 60 mph (97 km/h) acceleration times in the mid-six second range and complete a quarter mile in about 15 seconds. The Mustang GT also featured a stiffer handling suspension, a 3.08:1 rear axle ratio (later changed to 3.27:1 or 3.55:1 depending on the transmission and model year), dual exhausts, and larger 16-inch (410 mm) wheels (compared to the base Mustang's 15-inch wheels). The 1994 Mustang GT was named Motor Trend Car of the Year.

1994 Mustang GT front

Ford allocated $700 million to improve the Fox platform for the 1994 Mustang. Efforts were made to improve the car's handling as well as noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) conditions over the previous generation Mustang. The Mustang's front suspension makes use of MacPherson struts with longer lower control arms, new spindles, anti-roll bars, and other enhancements over 1993 and older Mustangs. In the rear, a four-bar link solid axle is used.[8] The 1994 Mustang's standard rear axle ratio was 2.73:1, though this was later changed to 3.27:1. All Mustangs received standard four-wheel disc brakes, though anti-lock brakes (ABS) were optional.

1994 Mustang GT front left

Along with its new exterior, the 1994 Mustang received new interior styling. The Mustang's cabin featured a "dual-cockpit" layout that was adorned with contours and sweeping curves, similarly to other Fords of the time such as the Thunderbird. The 1994 Mustang offered many amenities and conveniences, a number of which later became standard equipment. The preferred equipment package came with power windows, mirrors, and door locks, remote keyless entry, air conditioning, cruise control, and a trunk cargo net. Also available was Ford's Mach 460, 230-watt multi-speaker sound system with CD player. All 1994 Mustangs received standard three-point seat belts and dual front airbags.

1994 Mustang GT side left

1994 Mustang GT rear

1994 Mustang GT rear right

1994 Mustang GT side right

1994 Mustang GT top

1994 Mustang GT bottom

1994 Mustang GT front upper left everything open

1994 Mustang GT engine compartment

1994 Mustang GT trunk and fuel door

1994 Mustang GT interior left

1994 Mustang GT interior right

1994 Mustang GT rear upper right everything open

1994 Mustang GT drivetrain

1994 Mustang GT drivetrain closeup

1994 Mustang GT drivetrain underside

1994 Mustang GT drivetrain engine

1994 Mustang GT body

Info courtesy Wikipedia.



Comments

 I made it 
  January 31, 2015
Quoting Andy Vanity Amazing model, although the rendering is not the best you could make. The quality makes harder to see all of it's details.
They've been reduced in size for Mocpages. If you go to my Flickr you can see them much larger. https://m.flickr.com/#/photos/97475651@N04/
 I like it 
  January 31, 2015
Incredible job!
 I like it 
  January 31, 2015
Amazing model, although the rendering is not the best you could make. The quality makes harder to see all of it's details.
 I like it 
  January 31, 2015
good job!:D
 I like it 
  January 31, 2015
Very well done!
 I like it 
  January 31, 2015
Great cars. The design and engineering is fabulous! keeep building cars! ;-) 5/5
 I like it 
  January 30, 2015
nice shot of the dif internals; it's a function. I KNOW! your models remind me of Model Team!
 I made it 
  January 30, 2015
Quoting eric s that's cool with me; it's my favorite part about your models!
I'm rendering an image that shows the internals of the differential now, it should be up in a few minutes.
 I like it 
  January 30, 2015
that's cool with me; it's my favorite part about your models!
 I made it 
  January 30, 2015
Quoting eric s no way, you mean it's FUNCTIONAL!? +1 and nice - now you need to post a reference pic xD
It's not functional in the sense that the engine and manual trans have no internals. It's an open differential (one-wheel wonder), but rolling the model will spin the driveshaft.
 I like it 
  January 30, 2015
no way, you mean it's FUNCTIONAL!? +1 and nice - now you need to post a reference pic xD
 I made it 
  January 30, 2015
Quoting eric s sweet, i'll just say, "everything" lol. but the interior stands out to me the most. AHAHA and one of the coolest parts of your cars that always catches my eye is the modeled rear differential! nice job!
You have NO idea how much of a challenge that was! It's a bit outsized, but it does have a pinion and ring gear inside so I think the trade-off was well worth it. This model is actually based on my own Bright Blue Metallic 1994 Mustang.
 I like it 
  January 30, 2015
sweet, i'll just say, "everything" lol. but the interior stands out to me the most. AHAHA and one of the coolest parts of your cars that always catches my eye is the modeled rear differential! nice job!
 I like it 
  January 30, 2015
Sweet Mustang! I love the front!! :D
 
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