Ford Mustang

Coffee Walk – Numbers Matching 1966 Shelby Mustang GT350H – Dennis Collins

Welcome to Coffee Walk Ep. 140! Today’s Coffee Walk is one that my team and I have put a lot of passion and hours into. This numbers-matching 1966 Mustang Shelby GT350H (previously in storage for 49 years) has the pedigree,… Read More ›

Ford’s Mach 1 concept envisioned a competition-prepped persona with a few forward-thinking features – Thomas A. DeMauro @Hemmings

The fertile imaginations of automotive designers have produced awe-inspiring renderings of idea cars with thought-provoking innovations. The freedom to explore new horizons, without having to be overly concerned about current production viability which could stymie creativity, has fostered positive results… Read More ›

“Batman”: The ’67 Holman-Moody Mustang that was smuggled in boxes, raced, and restored to glory – Colin Comer @Hagerty

Imagine, if you will, taking your significant other’s daily driver from them, smuggling it off to another country to be turned into a race car, smuggling it back disassembled in crates, assembling it, proceeding to race it competitively under a… Read More ›

5 Best Woodie Wagons Sold At Worldwide Auctioneers’ 2021 Scottsdale Event (5 Best Woodie Wagons Ever) – Nzilili Sam @HotCars

Though they have, for long, been extinct in production facilities, woodie wagons are still counted among the most important cars in America’s automotive history. For several decades, woodie wagons were equivalent to the modern day’s high-end SUV. Buyers loved their spacious cabins,… Read More ›

Ford’s Mustang was a staple in auto parts ads since the beginning – Jeff Koch @Hemmings

Ford’s iconic Mustang has long been synonymous with automotive personalization, freedom, and a youthful vigor that either reinforces or belies its driver’s age. But what happens when that personalization and freedom drives an owner/enthusiast to move beyond the factory equipped?… Read More ›

1967 Eleanor Mustang From ‘Gone In 60 Seconds’ Up For Sale – Edward Snitkoff @FordAuthority

The Ford Mustang initially achieved cinematic immortality in Bullitt, a 1968 film starring Steve McQueen that featured some of the best car chase scenes of all time. Fortunately, it wasn’t the last Hollywood production to give the pony car a starring role. Gone in… Read More ›

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