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Depends on what model or year we are talking about? Classic or Late-Model performance? Ford's 2003-04 4.6 liter Supercharged SVT Cobra Mustang and GM Global's 2005-06 LS2 powered 6.0 liter GTO are very similar in performance... both are 400hp factory rated domestic terrors, that literally depends on the driver for bragging rights. Both of these American Performance Cars are instant collectibles, with popularity that has kept their value from dropping.
Both are V8 powered, six speed optioned with IRS (independent Rear Suspension) equipped, both do very well on the dragstrip and have recorded 12 second 1/4 mile times from the factory, and with the IRS they can pull double duty on the road course as well. Personally, I would be happy with either model, as I admire GM and Ford performance equally...
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