This weekend finally saw a moment of harmony between Mustang and Camaro drivers, when two ‘Stangs and a ‘Maro shut down traffic on San Francisco’s Bay Bridge to do donuts. They were almost immediately snitched on and arrested.
Tomorrow is a big day for the United States of America, if you haven’t heard. What better way to celebrate than setting one of the most American images you can find as your wallpaper? The only thing that could make this shot better would be a red, white and blue paint job, but no one can complain about purple.
Right now, there are few greater threats to public safety than a Ford Mustang exiting a Cars and Coffee. To combat this national crisis, I recently filmed a video that shows Mustang owners how to leave cars and coffee events in a safe, delicate manner that doesn’t cause any form of ruckus. I did this in an 850…
You suck at driving. Well, I mean, not you specifically. You are great at driving. And me, I’m also great at driving. But everyone else? Everyone else sucks at driving. This is especially disconcerting for those of us who travel on two wheels, because while automotive safety has been steadily improving for vehicle…
Not only did the driver of this absolutely mangled Ford Mustang survive plowing through six cars and several front yards, but apparently he or she ran away and are still at large.
Prepare your bodies for some very purple Shelby Mustang hotness.
It would seem that for your next track day, illicit drag race against a Camaro or powerslide into a crowd of people outside Cars and Coffee, the 5.0-liter V8 Ford Mustang will be the best way to go.
Everybody loves a good “Ford Mustangs eat people” joke, but holy hell this hit-and-run is disturbing.
The 2016 Ford Mustang looks properly phosphorescent in British police livery. Reports say U.K. cops are evaluating the pony car for patrol duty this summer. And perhaps crowd control detail?
Your rad Dodge Challenger Hellcat may lord it over the other modern American muscle cars in horsepower, but not when it comes to the small overlap test.
Wide open highway, hundreds of horsepower at your feet, the stage is set for a really good few seconds of on-ramp fun. Nope!
A few months ago, I wrote about my secret sixth car: a 1966 Ford Mustang that I had purchased for my brother (who lives overseas). Well, two years ago, my parents put the pony in storage in Virginia. Now it’s time to track it down and see if it’s still in one piece.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: the cars in Formula Drift are beyond belief. More than 2.5 million people got the message last weekend.
You know how in low-budget sitcoms, there’s a standard joke setup where someone warns someone to be careful, then the warn-ee walks into a doorway, and then you hear a bunch of crashing and breaking things, and then they come back out and say some punch line? That’s pretty much what this video is like, only with a…
Hellcat-killing power in a brand new Ford Mustang GT for less than $40,000 sounds like an amazing deal. And it is! But if you dig a little deeper into one dealer’s offer for an obscenely cheap overpowered Mustang, you may find out there are ways to pay even less for all that power.
Our man Jason Torchinsky has already raged at the failures of the 2016 Ford Mustang GT’s new tattle-tale indicator lights, but that doesn’t mean the rest of the car is bad. Not when it’s a bright red convertible with a 5.0-liter V8 under the hood! Jason’s here to tell you all about the car.
Paid the cost to be the Boss.
I have to admit, I’ve rarely been as personally disappointed in a feature of a new car than I am right now with this Mustang GT California Special. This car is the only car you can buy in America right now with this one particular feature, and, somehow, Ford managed to fuck it up. I’m so hurt and confused.
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