How things change! Now people run away from the Mustangs.
Anyone who’s ever spent a while on track has inevitably growled “I will have you, Nemesis!” at the schmuck in front of them. That all comes back to this classic video of a Porsche following a Ford Mustang on track, growling at it in the most metal way possible.
A Ford Mustang was unbelievably split in half after being t-boned by a Mercedes-Benz at an intersection in Palmdale, California, reports Fox 11. According to witnesses, the silver Mustang that sustained the worst damage appeared to be racing a white Mustang before the accident when it couldn’t stop for a red light.
It’s always nice to see an unscathed Ford Mustang, right? Well, just not in your review mirror, of course.
So far, so good for the yellow steed pacing the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Talladega Superspeedway.
This car started out as a right-hand-drive, front-wheel-drive, JDM Honda Integra and its owner David Richmond figured he would do (what seemed like) a simple parts swap to make it rear-wheel drive. Simple is not how things worked out.
A wild Ford Mustang attack was thwarted by a brick house in London today. No word yet on what happened to the other two little pigs though, police are still sifting through a bunch of wood and straw. Just kidding, but the car did make a $40,000 mess of an elderly couple’s house.
A certain Ford dealer in Ohio has become Internet-famous for offering some big power kits on brand new Mustangs for a song, pretty much. Their most recent offering will give you a 550 horsepower EcoBoost Mustang for under $33,000, which is a very nice step up from the car’s stock 310 HP. Here is how you can do it.
Wooosh! Here it comes, it’s the Ford Mustang! Are you ready?
Well, the new Ford GT just got about a hundred times cooler. It turns out that the new mid-engine supercar was made to avenge the death of ‘Project Silver,’ a quarter-million dollar Mustang race car that was canceled before it saw the light of day.
Another weekend, another crash at a Cars and Coffee event. We were lucky this time, with no apparent injuries as the car narrowly avoided a crowd and spun into a tree instead. But it’s yet another sad, terrifying incident involving a Ford Must—*adjusts glasses*—oh wait, it was a Dodge Viper this time, actually.
Owners of the Shelby GT350 today opened a class-action lawsuit against Ford over transmissions and differentials that allegedly overheat at high speeds (especially during track use), sending the cars into limp mode. Sport mode is good. Track mode is good. But limp mode? Not good.
For years Chelsea DeNofa has been one of the great underdogs in American drifting. He’d either outdrive other more expensive, more powerful cars with his little BMW 3 Series or blow up trying. Now he’s under the wing of one of the most professional teams in Formula Drift, at the wheel of a new Ford Mustang. Team…
No car has so voracious a hunger for pedestrians as the curb-hunting Ford Mustang. Now Ford is giving the 2018 model what it calls ‘pedestrian detection’ technology, which it swears it is using for good, not evil.
The only thing more embarrassing than showing off by drifting your Mustang in front of a Lamborghini dealership is subsequently crashing into that Lamborghini dealership after telling your friends to record you.
A strange yellow Honda S2000-shaped Ford Mustang crashed while leaving a local car show in Connecticut over the weekend, mystifying car experts everywhere.
Last week a ratty old Mustang was dragged out of a Mexican junkyard that may in fact be the car from Steve McQueen’s Bullitt. Experts now seem pretty certain it’s the real deal. Given McQueens’s god-like status among car guys and the movie’s 50th anniversary coming up, who wants to play Price Is Right?
While only one 1968 Ford Mustang fastback appears to star in the famous chase scene from the Steve McQueen flick Bullitt, two cars alternated duties on camera. One car took a heavier beating than the other and its whereabouts have been a mystery since, but a forum user says it recently wound up in a shop in Mexico.