Monday, December 22, 2014

SHO 'Nuff

A Visual History of Ford’s Iconic Taurus SHO Supersedan


Born in an era when domestic front-wheel-drive family sedans were considered the antidote to fun, the Ford Taurus SHO was an odds-defying proposition from the start. Packing a five-speed manual and a Yamaha-engineered V-6 with glorious pipe-organ intake plumbing, the front-drive Taurus SHO answered a question that very few people had asked. But, boy, are we glad it happened. What follows is a brief history that serves as an explanation of why the nameplate means so much to so many.

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