The end-product of Ford's call for something new-the SN-95/Fox-4 MustangGT. It's still front-engined and 5.0-powered-with 215 hp-and,thankfully, it's still rear-wheel-drive. During the development stage,rumors circulated that Mustang would be going to front-wheel motivationwith the SN-95. This new 'Stang was a lot more aerodynamic than priorones, and its reinforced Fox-chassis underpinnings-with more gussets andadditional bracing-made it a big hit with road racers andperformance-driving enthusiasts. The first-gen SN-95s also featured reardisc brakes as standard equipment and strut-tower bracing forengine-compartment rigidity.