Posts Tagged ‘Ford’

1967 Ford Shelby GT500 Tribute RK527

Apr
16

1967 Ford Shelby GT500 Tribute “RK527” is going to compete in 2014 HOT ROD Magazine Power Tour. Rob Kauffman will be the person behind the steering wheel. Charlotte’s celebration of Mustang’s 50th anniversary will happen later this month. For this occasion RK Motors announced plans to unveil the “RK527”, which is an 800-plus horsepower tribute car based on a 1967 Shelby GT500.

The official reveal of the unique muscle car will happen during a special event at Charlotte Motor Speedway this Friday.  The vehicle’s debut will also signify RK Motors owner and chairman Rob Kauffman’s plan to drive the RK527 during the upcoming HOT ROD Magazine Power Tour. The latter will take place between 7th and 14th of June.

Ford Returns To Formula DRIFT

Apr
02

Ford Motor Company is returning to Formula DRIFT series and is celebrating its second year being an official sponsor of the event. Ford will support Mustang drivers Vaughn Gittin Jr. and Justin Pawlak, launch a sweepstakes for a custom Fiesta ST and bring trackside displays to three key events across the United States.

Back in 2005, the brand supported drivers in Formula DRIFT, when the competition triggered a successful Ford Racing performance parts engine development program for the supercharged 4.6-liter V8 crate powertrain. Last year, two Mustangs finished at the top, keeping Ford in the hunt for the manufacturer’s cup throughout the first year of the championship.

2015 Ford Mustang Convertible

Mar
27

2015 Ford Mustang is designed from the wheels up to deliver optimal enjoyment. It has a distinctive style and an entirely redesigned top system. In fact, Ford states that this is the best convertible they have ever built, due to its one-of-a-kind design and outstanding driving characteristics.

Both the top-covered and cabrio versions of the 2015 Mustang were designed and engineered from the ground up. They incorporate an array of visually subtle, but important, changes to make them stand out, while at the same time delivering increased standards of quality, performance and refinement.

Ford Mustang Evolution II V-10 Triton Edition By A-Team Racing

Mar
13

What would a 1978 Ford Mustang look like today? The answer to this question was delivered by the specialist at A-Team Racing, who managed to create this currently reviewed project. The car was dubbed as Evolution II and is driven by a Triton V-10 engine coupled with a Z06 6-speed transaxle.

In fact, the Triton is all custom, because the tuners did all by themselves their own manifold intake. In addition, the unit also include custom-made valve covers, which can be seen on the top of the powertrain. They surely give it some retro design and refer to the good-old-days.

2014 Ford Mustang GT Hero Car Headed To Barrett-Jackson Auction

Feb
28

2014 Ford Mustang GT Hero Car which starred in the new movie “Need for Speed” is going to be auctioned for charity by Ford Motor Company at the Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach auction. The event will happen on 12th of April and will add to the excitement of the film. The official premiere of the latter will take place on 14th of March.

The proceeds of the auction will go to Henry Ford Health System, which is a not-for-profit group founded by Henry Ford that has the goal to improve the health and well-being of a diverse community.

Vossen Wheels Lend More Style To Ford Mustang

Feb
21

This stylish king, dressed in sliverish-black coat, is rolling around the streets on new set of shoes. This design enhancement was performed by the specialists at Vossen Wheels, who have equipped it with brand new Matte Black Machined VVS-CV3 wheels.

The latter come in dimensions of 20×9 inches for the front and 20×10.5 inches for the rear, and they definitely lend this exclusive vehicle even more aggressiveness in terms of appearance and stance. In fact, the 2015 Mustang was revealed recently and amazed the world with the addition of an EcoBoost engine in the model range.

GeigerCars Ford F-150 SVT Raptor Super Crew Cab Beast Edition

Feb
20

The crew at Geiger Cars has prepared for us a very special surprise – it has made a stunning refinement for one of the most aggressive vehicles currently on the road – the Ford F-150 SVT Raptor. The first striking thing in this vehicle is its poison green exterior color, which was achieved by via foil wrapping.

Underneath the hood however, lies the true power of this Beast Edition – the inherent for the Raptor 6.2 -liter engine which was enhanced via high-tech tuning and now produces 572 hp (421 kW) and 712 Nm of torque, in comparison to the production 417 hp and 590 Nm.

2014 Ford Mustang V8 GT Coupe The Black Built Exclusively For Japan

Feb
18

2014 Ford Mustang V8 GT Coupe The Black – strange name isn’t it? But it wouldn’t be so strange for the lucky people in Japan who will be the only ones to see and have the chance to possess this incredible limited edition model.

And even more, what make this muscle car even more attractive to the collectors and fans is that it will be built in only 40 examples. As you have already figured it out from the name (even without looking at the pictures) this 2-door sports car is painted in jet black body color.

2015 Ford F-150 Adds A Snow Plow Prep Option

Feb
10

Just in time for the cold winter time filled with snow adventures, Ford has introduced a new tool in its arsenal against Mother Nature. Brand’s new snow plow prep option will be an available option on the exclusive 2015 F-150.

In fact, the US automaker is the only one to offer a light-duty snow plow prep option across all cab configurations. This includes Regular, SuperCab and SuperCrew. The snow plow mode is activated via the push of a button. As a consequence, the vehicle temporarily turns off nonessential features to provide dedicated power for the plow.

Up For Auction: 1965 Ford Mustang 289 Racing Car

Feb
03

This beautiful specimen could be yours for around $101,000. That’s quite the starting price, but we are talking here about a fully restored and race-prepared 1965 Mustang 289. The parties responsible for this magnificence are guys at Rae Davic Racing (worked on the shell) and the gearheads at the Kent, England-based CCK Historics (main assembly).

The 289′s engine (which measures at 289 cubic inches) has been equipped with a new carburetor and and air-filter. Threre’s also a remote oil cooler, a new distributor and an electric cooling fan. We can’t be sure about the exact power output but it’s sure to be at least 240 hp.