Posts Tagged ‘Ford Mustang’

1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Fastback

Jan
26

1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Fastback Front AngleThis 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429, is another incredible treasure from the Wellborn Musclecar Museum in Alexander City, Alabama. According to renowned Boss 429 specialist Ed Meyer, this well-documented 4,770-mile example is one of the top most original 1970 Boss 429 Mustangs in existence, and one of the most unique. The 1970 Boss 429’s defining elements are well known to enthusiasts.

The Kar Kraft-installed, forward-mounted engine is the 820-A version with unique aluminum semi-hemi cylinder heads and Ram Air intake, solid lifter cam, rev limiter, a more efficient cooling fan and modifications to the fuel-emission system.

The Iconic Mustang is Officially Going Global

Jan
20

The Iconic Mustang is Officially Going GlobalMaking Ford vehicles available to global consumers supports thousands of jobs across the United States. The all-new 2015 Mustang is supported by U.S. suppliers in 25 states. In 2013, Flat Rock Assembly Plant in Michigan, the car’s production home, celebrated the 1 millionth Mustang built there. The facility has approximately 3,000 employees working two shifts at full capacity to produce Mustang and Fusion. In addition, 100 jobs at the Port of Portland have now been added to support Ford exports bound for Asia Pacific and other markets.

A New Breed of Performance Starts With Ford EcoBoost Engines

Dec
29

2014 Mountune Ford Mustang Front AngleFord’s award-winning EcoBoost® engine lineup not only has great EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings, it is also becoming a favorite family of engines in the performance tuning community.

From the infancy of the automobile, tinkerers have always chased more power by removing original components and replacing them with expensive aftermarket parts. This can lead to added performance, but at a cost to fuel efficiency, durability or driving comfort most owners would never accept.

Ford Mustang with FlowForm FF15 from HRE

Dec
16

2014 HRE Ford Mustang FlowForm FF15In 2013, HRE brought its first cast performance wheels to market under the FlowForm name with the FF01 design, modeled after the iconic P40SC. HRE is back this year with an all-new design for the FlowForm lineup named the FF15.

The FlowForm FF15 and FF01 are created using a high-tech cast flow-forming process providing a level of precision, strength and attention to detail expected of an HRE. The multi-spoke FF15 comes in ready-to-mount sizes for specific makes and models. The wheels are all engineered and tested to the same standards of HRE’s forged products and carry TUV certification for sale in Europe and JWL/VIA certification for sale in Japan.

One of Three “Eleanor” Version “Gone in 60 Seconds” will be Present on Mecum Auctions in Austin, Texas

Dec
10

1967 Ford Mustang Eleanor Front AngleMecum Auctions will debut its first Austin, Texas, collector car auction at the Austin Convention Center Dec. 12-13 when an estimated 600 collector cars will cross the auction block. The consignment list of cars includes an excellent selection of American muscle cars, classics, hot rods, Resto Mods and more.

The auction is open to buyers, sellers and spectators with general admission tickets available at the gate for $20 per person, per day; children 12 and younger receive complimentary admission. Bidder registration is $100 and includes admission for two for both auction days. Doors open each day at 8 a.m. with the auction beginning at 10 a.m. Portions of the Mecum Austin Auction will be broadcast on NBC Sports Network with a live stream of the entire auction presented at Mecum.com.

2015 GAS Ford Mustang Rocket 725hp

Dec
08

2015 GAS Ford Mustang Rocket 725hp Front AngleThe Rocket’s design is unmistakably inspired by specialty pony cars of the 1960’s and early 1970’s including the 1968 Shelby GT500. Anchored by an imposing hexagonal carbon fiber grill—which is split by a polished aluminum bar and wild horse running across the horizon reminiscent of the ’60’s Mustangs—the Rocket’s lines emanate from the front, through the long hood, over a set of sculptured flared fenders and converge on its integrated rear spoiler, belying the car’s extreme power and refined athleticism.

Ken Block’s Gymkhana Seven: Wild in The Streets of Los Angeles [VIDEO]

Nov
19

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2015 Ford Mustang by Chip Foose

Nov
12

2015 Ford Mustang Chip Foose FrontChip Foose is an automotive legend and hot rod hall of famer for his incredibly creative and unique designs, so it is no surprise that the 2015 Mustang he designed for the SEMA show is nothing short of amazing. Chip took a 2015 convertible Mustang and completely overhauled the exterior of it with parts from the MMD by Foose collection to give it a sense of the hot rodding culture that Chip is all too familiar with.

2015 Ford Mustang GT King Cobra Parts Package

Nov
07

2015 Ford Mustang GT King Cobra Front AngleFord Racing is excited to introduce a special 2015 Mustang GT built exclusively with Ford Racing performance parts.  Named the “King Cobra,” there is no question this custom machine has some serious bite.

Built to be a high-performance street-and-drag strip car, the King Cobra can be replicated by any Mustang owner with the help of Ford Racing’s extensive parts catalog.

Hoonicorn RTR Ford Mustang

Nov
06

Hoonicorn RTR Ford Mustang Front AngleHoonigan Racing Division’s Ken Block is pleased to debut his Gymkhana SEVEN car for the first time publicly in the Ford booth at SEMA 2014. The car? A completely unique, one-off, world’s first performance all-wheel drive 1965 Ford Mustang notchback. A collaborative effort between Block, Hoonigan and RTR—fellow Ford and Monster Energy athlete Vaughn Gittin Jr’s automotive tuning brand—the car shares the spotlight with Block in his upcoming Gymkhana SEVEN video project.