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Byron Alexander drove to Fontana from Sierra Vista, Arizona, with this gorgeous ’92 GT. The poppin’ orange paint is the eye catcher, but closer inspection reveals a super-sano interior (with a hatch full of stereo wattage) and a nitrous-fed, stroked Windsor under the hood that puts 900 horses on the ground. When asked what engine-management system is used to tune the beast, Byron pointed to the Ford Motorsport Extreme Performance Engine Control system—better known as EPEC—mounted in the front-passenger’s footwell. That’s kickin’ it old school for real, and we definitely dig it.