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1985 Ford Mustang SVO
1985 Ford Mustang SVO. Model features fully detailed interior and exterior, detailed engine compartment, working steering and suspension, and opening hood, rear hatch, doors, and fuel door.
About this creation
1985 Mustang SVO front left decaled

The Mustang SVO was a limited-production version of the Ford Mustang sold from 1984 to 1986, during which time it was the fastest, most expensive version of the Mustang available. Although it departed both physically and mechanically from any prior version of the Mustang, it held the same spot within the lineup, both in terms of performance over "lesser" variants and in prestige, as had variants such as the Shelby tuned and "BOSS" Mustangs of the 1960s and 1970s.

1985 Mustang SVO front

The model is a major redesign of my 1984 Mustang SSP. The biggest change is the modification into the standard Fox hatchback body style and revised hood and front fascia. The new nose deletes the center grill and features the 1985 SVO's composite headlights. The engine is also entirely different, the 5.0L 302ci V8 having been replaced with the turbocharged 2.3L, including the associated turbo, intercooler, and associated piping. The exhaust has also been revised from the dual setup to a single pipe.

1985 Mustang SVO front right

1985 Mustang SVO left upper front everything open decaled

1985 Mustang SVO engine compartment

1985 Mustang SVO interior left

1985 Mustang SVO interior right

1985 Mustang SVO fuel door and rear hatch

1985 Mustang SVO crossmember

1985 Mustang SVO bottom

1985 Mustang SVO drivetrain closeup

1985 Mustang SVO drivetrain closeup engine

1985 Mustang SVO drivetrain rear bottom right

1985 Mustang SVO body

1985 Mustang SVO top

1985 Mustang SVO side right

1985 Mustang SVO side left

1985 Mustang SVO rear

1985 Mustang SVO left upper rear

Info courtesy Wikipedia.




Comments

  March 14, 2017
Do you have a build list?
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  June 21, 2015
Wow! You're very good on making Mustangs!
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  February 24, 2015
nice job!:D
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  February 24, 2015
Super cool! My friends dad had one of these in green
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  February 5, 2015
Quoting eric s it's definitely worth it. even if MOCpages allows uploading of a .PNG, it turns it into a crummy .JPG anyway; so what's it matter -_- i'm going to use flickr for my 6wides too! Yann & you are my inspiration. but first, i'll have to render my SR3D shots...
I'm still playing with my LDD to POV-Ray settings, but so far what works best for me to do fairly decent quick renders is as follows; (By Tab) Model Level of Detail - Full (4) Don't bevel transparent parts Use part specific bevel sizes Scene Background color = white Add base plane (as necessary) Camera Perspective Horizontal view angle - LDD default Lights Light 3 (Top) - 60%, Shadow 30% Camera Light - 60% Ambient Light - 30% Radiosity Enabled (Fast) Colors Modify LDD white color Modify LDD black color Stretch LDD palette Materials Use custom finishes (ldd_best_finishes.inc) USe custom materials (ldd_default_materials.inc) Use part materials Decorations none Outlines none Rendering Output image size in pixels - 3200 x 2400 Quality - level 8 I'm running an ACER Q550L with Intel Core i7, NVIDIA GEFORCE 745M graphics card with 2 GB dedicated video RAM, 8 GB system RAM, and Windows 8.1. I plan to upgrade to 16 GB RAM asap, but for now the 8 will render an image with those settings in anywhere from 20 min to an hour, depending on how many transparent pieces are in the image. I had previously been rendering at 1920 x 1080, but wasn't entirely happy with the output. Th render times of them ranged from 10-15 min each though, which was handy when doing large batches.
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  February 5, 2015
it's definitely worth it. even if MOCpages allows uploading of a .PNG, it turns it into a crummy .JPG anyway; so what's it matter -_- i'm going to use flickr for my 6wides too! Yann & you are my inspiration. but first, i'll have to render my SR3D shots...
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  February 5, 2015
Quoting eric s the difference in quality is nothing short of ASTOUNDING!
The new method is definitely the way to go from now on. It's going to take a while to update all my models, but the end result is well worth the time invested! Maybe this will actually generate some likes for my work (especially if I can figure out how to update the main photo for each as well!)
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  February 5, 2015
the difference in quality is nothing short of ASTOUNDING!
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  February 5, 2015
Quoting Yann (XY EZ) Superb creation. It looks like the real one, and the engineering is superb. Well done! PS: The problem with rendered pictures is that their quality is set down when you upload them on mocpages. If you upload the pics on flickr and then post them here on mocpages via the html redirection tool, you'll have a better picture quality ;-)
The Flickr trick is working wonderfully, will have to find out if I can do the main photo the same way. I'm updating all of my models with the new method, and will definitely use that in the future! It also saves me the time of having to use an editing program to resize them. Thanks again!
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  February 5, 2015
Fantastic job!
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  February 4, 2015
Quoting Yann (XY EZ) Superb creation. It looks like the real one, and the engineering is superb. Well done! PS: The problem with rendered pictures is that their quality is set down when you upload them on mocpages. If you upload the pics on flickr and then post them here on mocpages via the html redirection tool, you'll have a better picture quality ;-)
Will have to try that. I keep fighting to get good clear pictures rendered that don't take hours apiece to create, only to have mocpages seemingly ruin them once they're uploaded. Thanks for the tip!
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  February 4, 2015
Superb creation. It looks like the real one, and the engineering is superb. Well done! PS: The problem with rendered pictures is that their quality is set down when you upload them on mocpages. If you upload the pics on flickr and then post them here on mocpages via the html redirection tool, you'll have a better picture quality ;-)
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  February 3, 2015
i see someone likes the fox body stangs, nice
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  February 3, 2015
Quoting Spades 188 Although it never really had that feel Mustangs have... the 1985 SVO did look like a nice car. Your version of it is very accurate and you have done a good job! :D
205 hp for the 1985 model out of a 2.3L inline 4 cyl engine, as compared to 215 hp for the 5.0L V8 GT. Considering it was running only 6-7 psi of boost on the fairly inefficient turbos of the day, that isn't anything to scoff at. Personally I would love to take a 99-04 style SN-95 Mustang, strip it down of excess weight, and put in a 2.3L with a T3/T4 intercooled turbo running 30 psi and making 500+ hp, with a variable boost controller so it can cruise around fairly economically or go crazy at full boost and be outright scary...but that's just me.
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  February 3, 2015
Although it never really had that feel Mustangs have... the 1985 SVO did look like a nice car. Your version of it is very accurate and you have done a good job! :D
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  February 3, 2015
Interesting choice of car. Great stuff!
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  February 3, 2015
The engine and transmission are truly amazing awesome.
 
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