TRAVEL BACK TO 1969 IN MODERN COMFOR The 2007 Saleen/Parnelli Jones Limited Edition Mustang was first shown at the New York Auto Show. It promised 400 hp and a beefed up suspension that would emulate the performance of the 1970 championship-winning Boss 302 that Parnelli Jones helped make f amous back in the golden era of Trans-Am racing. With retro touches like the Grabber Orange paint, black stripes, rear wing, jutting front lip, chrome surrounds on the grille and rear lights, rear window louvers, Minilite-like wheels, and the Shaker hood , it instantly takes you back to 1970. As part of the Parnelli Jones Edition is its Boss 302 engine. Ford kept the Boss label for a future project, so although the 302 appears in oddly familiar script around the vehicle, the word Boss is nowhere to be f ound. In place of the 4.6-liter SOHC V8 of lesser 'Stangs, the PJ has a true 302. It starts out as a 4.6, but Saleen strokes and bores it to make it a Five-Point-Oh. They also add bigger injectors, ported aluminum heads, performance camshafts, forged-alu minum pistons, forged-steel connecting rods, a forged-steel crank and dual exhausts with bitchin' big oval tips. Oh, and that huge Shaker scoop up top. Turn the key and it does indeed shake. It revs freely and keeps going well past what you feel it shoul d. The whole time producing a wonderfully sonorous wail. The power is delivered via standard Ford 5-speed manual, albeit with a nifty PJ billet short-throw shifter. Traction control is standard and helpful, rather than intrusive. You can spin the tires a

Year:  2007
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