Maximum Density - 2011 Ford Mustang 5.0 Long-Term Road Test
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2011 Ford Mustang Long-Term Road Test

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2011 Ford Mustang 5.0: Maximum Density

May 12, 2011

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Ford quotes the volume of the Mustang's trunk at 13.4 cubic feet, but I doubt that accounts for the sub woofer that must eat up another 2 cu-ft. So, what you see here is practically everything our track-test day requires: weather station tripod, four scale pads and ramps, scale receiving unit, torque wrench, socket set, tool kit, tire pressure gauge, air compressor, two walkie-talkies, a 200-foot tape measure, jumper cables, four quarts of oil, two sets of optical timers, two VBox cases, fire extinguisher, ten "shortie"slalom cones, and a clip board. Not pictured because they wouldn't fit: the weather station housed in a mega Pelican case and the six tall cones.

Who said the Mustang's trunk is small? Not me.

Chief Road Test Editor, Chris Walton @ 7,777 miles

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