Mark Houlahan
Tech Editor, Mustang Monthly
July 26, 2016

After 15 years of Fox Mustang production the all-new 1994 SN95 Mustang was a big departure from the light, quick, and cheap Fox Mustang. The SN95 rolled off the assembly line with four-wheel-disc brakes, five-lug wheels, a fresh interior with dual airbags, and more, ushering the Mustang nameplate into the end of the 20th century with improved handling, braking, and styling. We said goodbye to the Fox Mustang’s 2.3L four-cylinder as it was replaced with the 3.8L V-6, now with port fuel injection (the Fox used the 3.8L for a couple of years, but in a central fuel injection (CFI) throttle body). The venerable 5.0L V-8 from the Fox era carried on in the GT, but carried a new FEAD (front engine accessory drive) and revised intake manifold to allow the engine to fit within the confines of the SN95s new sheetmetal. The SN95 was not without its quirks though and has not had the aftermarket product support of Mustangs that came before and after it, and the ownership desire for the 1994-1998 Mustangs can be limited as well. The good news is if you do like the 1994-1998 Mustang body style they are dirt cheap right now and make for fun projects. We hope you’ll find some inspiration in these SN95s we spotted at Mustang Week.

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