One of the difficult issues when profiling a car so well known, such as the Shelby GT500 KR, is figuring out what new information can be brought to the story. 1,356 more words
Took a visit to Richard Edmonds Classic Car, Motorcycle, Automobilia and Parts Auction viewing day.
Not a great deal of American stuff, but what was there was pretty good 🙂
Very well run viewing day with some interesting Cars, Bikes, Parts, Automobilia and Tools all ready for auction.
Richard Edmonds website is here
After far too long, I finally decided I was far along enough in the engine compartment that I should put the hood and fenders back on. I still have a few fine adjustments on the engine before I am ready to fire it up for the first time, but the clock is ticking for summer cruising.
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When I started restoring/rebuilding my 67 coupe and really dug into the world of Mustang restoration, I started realizing I wouldn’t be done when I finished this one. I started feeling the draw of the fastback. After a couple of years of passively keeping an eye out, I finally found the one.
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The Bullitt hero car alongside the 2019 Bullitt Mustang at the 2018 North American International Auto Show.
Pricing has yet to be announced, but expect the limited-production Bullitt model to command a premium over the $43,990 base price of a 2018 Mustang GT Premium with the Performance Package. Ford is expecting deliveries to begin in the summer of 2018.
Read the article here at Hemmings
For some great pictures of the original Bullitt Mustang here on Jalopnik
Some more Bullitt stuff from a previous article
South African man builds a wire Mustang from scratch. The skill in this build is unbelievable 🙂
Read Conty’s story Here
Watch the video
Ford Mustang – Talking about generations
Olek from autoindigo has compiled a nice rundown on the various generations of the Ford Mustang, pop over and take a look by clicking here
There are also some other really interesting articles to be found over at autoindigo
This week has been busy for the office with the phone ringing constantly, unfortunately most of the esquires again are around our stock levels. For the people who already know how Mustang Maniac Webshop works as an online part supplier, we can only apologise to bring this up again. We can only keep reiterating that […]
From Jim Koscs at Fox News Auto.
It would appear that Ford built and tested a four wheel drive Mustang back in the day.
Dodge made ponycar history for 2017 by introducing a Challenger model with all-wheel drive. Although equipped with a V-6, it’s sure to please enthusiasts in Snowbelt states. Might Ford follow suit with the Mustang? The company did, after all, test four-wheel drive in the Mustang 52 years ago. The drivable prototype, which also has an early form of anti-lock brakes, still exists.
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