If you’re pushing the envelope of performance with your Mustang, you’re bound to break a few parts. Sometimes the timing of that breakage is less fortuitous than others.
Case in point is Justin Humprey’s ’00 GT. As you know, it put down some big rear-wheel power during the dyno portion of our King of the Street competition. What you might not know is some parts let go while it was on the dyno. One of the those parts was his Two-Valve engine’s timing chain.
You’ll have to wait until our May issue to see how Justin fared in the competition, but for now, this photo makes for a great opportunity to make light of his misfortune. Make us laugh, and you might just score a coveted 5.0&SF sticker.
You’ll have to wait until our May issue to see how Justin fared in the competition, but for now, this photo makes for a great opportunity to make light of his misfortune.
Caption Contest Winners
“This is the last time we let Steve Turner order parts!”
Lake Zurich, IL
“These class restrictions are getting ridiculous.”
Moncks Corner, SC
“I wonder if Bama can get us a mail-order tune for this?”
“This is what happens when you take a Ford to a Chevy mechanic for repairs.”
“Things just don’t fit like they use to.”
Send those creative entries to march Caption Contest, 5.0 Mustang & Super Fords, 9036 Brittany Way, Tampa, FL 33619 or email to email@example.com, and don’t forget—no street address, no STICKER. Also, unless you’re quick to the post office, email is the way to go: Deadlines don’t wait for snail mail.