Anyone looking for a sign as to what the most revered Ford V-8 of all time might be should look at the '94 Boss Mustang built by Roush Racing and Ford's Special Vehicle Engineering (SVE). The car was the brainchild of SVE chief John Coletti, in response to a big-block Chevy-powered Camaro from the GM "skunkworks." Masterfully engineered, the Boss motor was based on a tall deck aluminum AR block, AR heads, and measured a positively massive 604 cubes! It dyno'd 670 hp and 700 lb-ft, and ran 10.80s at 125mph-unbelievably with 2.73 gears! Dig that one-off fuel injection setup!