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Melbourne 2009: FPV F6 and testing of water

The blue oval FPV F6 is again impressive. Colors. Alice Cooper eye makeup. Blisters, six online turbocharger can. If Musclecar fully in a modern Australian performance sedan. We like it, May, but not necessarily for everyone. Ford Performance Vehicles white, F6 and the V8 power of the counterpart, the FPV GT, is a new, lower "E" on the surface. Dark colors. No adhesives. No "black eye" .. It is safer, Aussie muscle machine.

If the space is opened in a few days in Melbourne, FPV host state structures is a very experienced e F6 production for the future "concept." Let her calm and you are not fooled. Under you will find the 415 horses, 416 lb-ft, 4.0-liter turbo six years. Ford Performance gurus say that you get the car F6 E, whether it is an application for a production version. We believe that the decision is clear that this is already done so. After all, why not another PR stating things like the color of choice and the theoretical starting point? Forehead, tears chance Down Under is another palatable for entering your street rocket buffet. The official press release after the jump.

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