The Ford Mustang is undoubtedly an American icon / relic. As a deeply coveted and stylish car, the Mustang is primarily on the wish list for many American drivers because of its sleek design and power. Ford introduced the Ford Mustang in 1964 at the World’s Fair in New York to immediate acclaim (and 22,000 sales on the first day alone!). With so many Mustangs in existence, replacing the cylinder heads may be a good way to extend the life of the car. If you are a mechanic or you know your VIN number, then you may be able to find the correct head for your Mustang by using either the Make / Model search or the VIN search feature on our website.
History of Subaru Forester and Cylinder Head Replacement Options
With multiple awards, the Subaru Forester has a great track record in the U.S. market, but even a Subaru Forester may need a cylinder head replacement.
Ford Escape Cylinder Heads and Vehicle History
This popular Ford vehicle was initially designed and made in conjunction with Mazda of Japan. The Ford Escape is a crossover SUV (CSUV) – sometimes referred to as a crossover utility vehicle (CUV) – and was released in 2000 for the 2001 model year. Around that time at the turn of the century other SUVs used smaller unibody designs with solid rear axles which Ford took note of. Ford and Mazda opted for a car-like, unibody design with a fully independent suspension and rack and pinion steering.
Jeep Grand Cherokee History and Cylinder Heads
With millions sold in the U.S. since 1993, the Jeep Grand Cherokee (JGC) has an excellent history of safety and reliability. The Jeep Grand Cherokee is manufactured by the American company Jeep in the United States and started production in 1992. It replaced the Cherokee model of vehicle that Jeep was producing due to the fact that Jeep wanted to break into the SUV market. It combined the off-roading capability with the comfort of an SUV and was a hit for many casual U.S. drivers.