In honor of the Foxbody holding on into the top eight off the Great Beat-Off, here's some dirtbags jumping one in a field.
Is there anything we car enthusiasts hate more than car thieves? Don't be fooled the mainstream media, which portrays them as heroic cool guys out to rescue their little brothers from the mob and then hook up with Angelina Jolie afterwards. Make no mistake — car thieves are assholes.
America will be celebrating its 234th birthday this weekend, and these nerds from Texas-based Latemodel Restoration Supply donned goofy hats and hopped into a Fox Mustang for smokey donuts, burnouts, fireworks, and some fine camera hamming. Now that's patriotic.
Owners of various Alameda Down On The Street honorees sometimes contact us to let us know how their cars and trucks are doing. Lately, we've heard from a couple who have really spiffed up their rides.
Do LeMons Mustangs tend to overheat, crack heads, and fry brake calipers because their teams are cheating so hard? Don't ask us! All we know is that LeMons Mustangs have a pretty bad reliability record… but at least they've done way better than the Camaros!
They're back on the track this morning and the standings are getting interesting. The Team SCHWING Toyota FX16 started the day as the leader, with the Never Give Up BMW 1600 just two laps back.
Back when we had the Do Fox Mustangs Belong In DOTS? poll, 63% of Jalopnik readers who bothered to vote said they thought it was a good idea. So, I grabbed the camera and set out on foot to photograph the first pre-90s example I could find. 28 seconds later, here's this abused-but-proud '86 LX showing up in my…
When you're a six-foot-tall, 80-pound 1981 babe, the list of things you need for a hot night on the dance floor is pretty short: 1) Cocaine. 2) Absurdly high heels. 3) A Ford Mustang. 4) Cocaine. 5) Cocaine. Ford was eager to provide Item #3, and the 88 HP four-cylinder engine lets you save your money for…