I currently have an '87 Mustang LX 4-cyl auto vert. While it's nice, and fun on curves, it's slow as hell, and small too. I used to have a '96 Windstar, and its 200hp 3.8L V6 could whip my Stang's 88hp 4-cyl even if it was just running on 3 cylinders with the IMRC's wired shut... lol Other than a reall wierd experience on the highway with my Windstar, it was a great ride.. Comfortable, safe, and it could get up and MOVE. One night on the interstate, it was on cruise control and lost speed.. I tapped the 'Off' button and it started slowing down, and the CEL came on. It wouldn't accelerate worth ****, so I pulled over the the emerg lane and shut it down. Before this, no problems. Restarted it, and it was running wierd, and the CEL was flashing, indicating a misfire condition. I again shut it down, and called for a tow truck. When the wrecker got there in 20 minutes, I started it, and it ran great - Revved to 4k, but had a steady CEL.. AZ pulled the codes, which read "Multiple cylinder misfire". Cleared the codes, and it never happened again.. Any ideas? lol Anyway.. I'm wanting to get one again, and I was wondering - Since the 3.8 is the base Mustang engine, it must have parts out for it. What can be adapted to the Windstar, and is the engine reliable enough to push past its stock 200hp? Thanks!