The owner of this new Mustang Convertible is not only stuck on the side of Flatbush Avenue in middle of the Snowpocalypse, he refuses to put the top up. His excuse? "Every day is a good day in New York."
[Onion] DETROIT — Ford officials issued a massive recall of the entire 2010 Mustang line Tuesday, apologizing for a quality-control oversight that led to the company manufacturing a badass muscle car that was way too awesome for the American public.
It may seem like sacrilege to ask this but, does the Shelby name mean anything anymore? The 2011 GT350 seems like a 'Stang with a supercharger and a chubby body kit. Considering the upgrade's $34K asking price, color us unexcited.
The web search engine with the extraneous exclamation point's put together an early list of the ten most searched-for cars of 2009. Unexpectedly to some, online auto searches seem less about sales and more about what makes car fan-boys excited.
A marketing ploy, sure, but we have a thing for any marketing exercise which carries risk of serious injury and/or death. This should also definitely prove to armchair racers that they're faster in their minds than they would be behind a real steering wheel (force feedback doesn't count). Of course it also proves that…
Drift-master Vaughn Gittin Jr. has build an all carbon fiber-body, 550 HP monster called the Mustang RTR-C, debuting at SEMA. Since it turned out so well, he's decided to sell ten to the public — for $135,000 each.
As we predicted over two years ago, the Mustang's officially entering NASCAR for the first time in the 2010 Nationwide Series. Better yet, here's the first official rendering of what the new "stock car" will look like.
The latest iteration of the Ford Mustang takes surprisingly well to aviation graphics, thus the fighter-themed one-off Mustang AV-X10. The just-released, non-blurry photos show just how far Ford took the theme.