I believe some/all of the automatic cars in 1985 had some screwy kind of throttle body fuel injection.
Confirmed... Just did a google search. The automatics only had 180hp as well. They call it CFI fuel injection.
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1985 Mustang GT
That CFI EFI is actually pretty awesome, and better than GMs venerable TBI. That aside, the 5-speed 5.0HO GTs also list CFI EFI, but strangely enough, still with a DSII distributor. Maybe a California thing?
A little trivia as not many are familiar with them:
CFI was used from 1980 to after 1990 in various forms and cars. The HO CFI went on to power the Lincoln MKs for a couple more years. The HO version of CFI was unique to the Mustang and Linc, with larger throttle bores, no 'choke' mechanism, and 600cc injectors. Standard 302/5.0L received smaller bores, 'choke' setup, and 500cc injectors, while V6 engines had the same throttle bores, but only 388cc injectors.
2v CFI was used for about 7 or 8 years during the transition from carbs to MPFI in V8 and V6 cars. The awesome part is Ford purposely made them with TPS and FPR built-in, and to bolt right onto a standard Holley/Motorcraft 2-barrel flange, so converting old 2v carb cars (289s to 390s or anything with about 300hp or less) to EFI for better performance, drivability, and especially mileage is a snap with the CFI.
PS: One day, I will gumption to make a 3x2 Tri-Power setup with CFI throttle bodies. I know it will run simply awesome, and look just about like a stock carbed setup, with none of the carb issues and hassles—and far cheaper than carbs too.
Example of CFI installed onto a Ford I6 performance application. The CFI on the right is mounted sideways compared to the manifold on the left, an is a standard 302 unit with 'choke', dashpot, and blue-top 500cc injectors: