It seems weird to say that an engine from the modern era is an ‘all time great’, for many are stifled by regulations on emissions, sound and economy and in terms of character, can be pale imitations of their ancestors. As much is not the case for a few, though. The Ferrari V12, the Porsche Motorsport flat-six and, we’d like to argue, the Ford Mustang V8, or specifically, this Mustang V8. For the GT350 didn’t come with any old smoker. It came with the Voodoo, a fettled, flat-plain crank version of the ubiquitous Coyote, pushed out to 5.2 litres and with a rev limit of over 8,000rpm.