It has to be a powerstroke. You get that right and you’ve pulled off a masterstroke. Just ask any Ford car enthusiast or expert about this. But here’s the thing, a ford powerstroke transmission change and installation is only ever going to come off if it’s in expert hands. You first have to start with the manufacturing workshop. Call this the nerve center, if you want. Once the design and engineering work’s been done, it’s off to the warehouse.
This is where all those magnificent parts and components will be stored on behalf of all or rather; let’s just scrap that, start again, and go with a majority of drivers from around the world. Because let’s face the facts, Ford motor drivers, not everyone drives a Ford these days. Some of you might have thought that Mr. Ford would have been fuming at this but no, inasmuch as he was driven with ambition almost to the point of being greedy and selfish (and in actual fact, when you look at the history archives, this all quite true), but no.
Ford was a visionary. And he was a realist. While he was the pioneer of his day, he would have seen this coming. And he probably welcomed it. Nowadays, motorists from around the world have so much freedom of choice. If they don’t want to drive a Ford Mustang then so be it, that’s their choice. And if someone doesn’t want to be seen driving around in a classic Ford Capri, then that’s his sad affair.
Too bad for him. Ask any mad about Ford driver and he’ll tell you all about the joys (and pains) of driving such a temperamental car. But the car runs. Just as long as its transmission has been pro-fitted.