Cadillac or competing brand model ? Why ? Discussion, versus Lincoln MKS in Item Specific Cadillac Discussion; Caliber SRT-4 Cross Fire SRT-6 300C SRT-8 Magnum SRT-8 Charger SRT-8 Jeep GC SRT-8 Dodge Ram SRT-10 Viper SRT-10 SVT? ...
- 11-05-06 07:39 PM #46
Re: versus Lincoln MKS
Cross Fire SRT-6
Jeep GC SRT-8
Dodge Ram SRT-10
Mustang? Riding the Shelby name.
Lightning? It's a joke.
Ford stock could be a win for somebody. Afterall you could've bought it for $6 and rode it all the way up to $8. That's a win for someone. The only thing that would scare me though is the P/E ratio is 0. Never a good sign.
- 11-05-06 09:23 PM #47
Re: versus Lincoln MKSDodge Ram SRT-10SVT? Dead!
Focus? WhoFusion? What500? WhereMustang? Riding the Shelby name.Adrenaline? Cancelled.Lightning? It's a joke.
- 11-06-06 05:59 PM #48
Re: versus Lincoln MKS
You're right about the Lightning. I was thinking of the new Roushe (spic) F-150. That's a joke.
- 11-06-06 07:42 PM #49
Re: versus Lincoln MKSAUTOBLOG.COM | Posted Oct 24th 2006 2:13PM by John Neff
The second vehicle Ford showed off yesterday was the F-150 FX2 Sport Extreme truck. Again, the theme is that anybody with a big enough wallet could build this truck using accessories and parts from Ford's performance and accessories catalogue. The truck's new name is justified thanks to a Ford Racing screw-type supercharger, ceramic-coated headers and Ford Racing side exhausts that helps the 5.4-liter V8 churn out 450 horsepower. Aww, brings back memories of SVT Lightnings liquefying their rear rubber at will. The FX2 Sport Extreme is also dressed up with more Ford appearance accessories like a dark billet grille, headlamp treatments, a fiberglass tonneau cover and what are described as "unique" wheels that look an awful lot like GT500 rims. Inside are technological treats like headrest-mounted screens and a line-in on top of the dash. Again, check out the Read link for a full gallery of pics provided by the Jalopalites.
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