Our pals over at Carwow convinced one of their artists, Yasid, to mock up a bunch of rally cars. Not just any rally cars, though — the goal was to take the modern re-births of cars that once had rich rallying history (well, mostly), and see how their modern interpretations would look in full rally kit. I think the…
In honor of Movie Monday, I am posting one of my favorite car chase movie cars — the original Gone in 60 Seconds (GI60S from here on out) 1973 Ford Mustang “Mach 1”, code-named Eleanor.
You know what they say: sometimes, you’ve just got to drive your car onto a roof. And by “they,” I mean “literally zero people.”
Seeing a fast car driving slowly can be irksome. I mean, what’s the point of doing 55 MPH in a car capable of so much more? Still, even if it makes you roll your eyes, chances are you don’t think it’s a capital offense. There seems to be at least one trigger-happy idiot in a Mustang who disagrees, since he reportedly…
This weekend’s wallpaper comes to us from Kevan Bates, who told us that he’s a powertrain development engineer for Ford and got to work on the 2015 Ford Mustang. He said that as a perk of the job, he got early access to the test builds and took this shot in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Ever wonder what would happen if you and your best friend moved to Mexico to put on motorcycle stunt shows and were then approached to run drugs for a Russian maniac, but had to prove your drifting skills first?
On Thursday we told you about thieves stealing a custom Mustang from a California retiree, and today we’re happy to report that the car has been returned, safe and sound.
The sound is the first thing that about the Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang that grabs your attention. It makes the hair on the back of your neck stand up. It starts with a guttural growl and then builds from there. And keeps building. And building. And building.
The Ford Mustang is the original pony car. What do you need to know before you buy a Ford Mustang? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
There are two types of buyers who will drop serious cash on a muscle car. The first is the sick burnout crowd. For them, the 707 hp Challenger Hellcat fits the bill. Then there is the buyer who wants to lay the smack down on more expensive sports cars at the local track. This is why the Shelby GT350 and GT350R exist.
Chris Harris is an Englishman. That means he’s from a land called England, where people are sophisticated and erudite and enjoy tea with the finest selection of boiled meats. Until recently America’s Ford Mustang was just too rowdy for these genteel people, but that’s about to change.
Ford factory-backed race team Multimatic is on a massive roll. After a decisive home turf win at Canadian Tire Motorsport park two weeks ago, the team pulled into Lime Rock Park this weekend armed what would again prove to be the deadliest weapons in the Continental Challenge GS field: their pair of Ford Performance…
Special edition cars are often just motorized platforms to test the limits of human eye-rolling. There’s something about those Harley Davidson-edition F150s or the Fiat 500 Gucci cars that just feels like shameless brand-whoring. But not this one. Not these Mustangs made to honor the Apollo moon missions. These are…
By 1973, the once-lean Mustang had become bulky and heavy, gaining a foot in length and nearly 700 pounds in weight. Responding to the disappointment of then-current Mustang owners and the general consumer demand for smaller vehicles, Ford’s second generation Mustang was designed from scratch to be smaller and more…
I’ve been wanting to post a good how to of this for a while but never seem to have the time. I hope a quick guide will do here. I started making these keys just as a goof but people seem to really get a kick out of them. If done right they will roll around and help spark conversation or just kill boredom on tabletops.
Hennessey’s new HPE750 Supercharged Mustang was tested to 207.9 MPH. My personal transportation needs require at least 208 MPH, so while this car is not for me, for under $70,000, it’s still a hell of a deal for those who need to go really, really fast.
There is only one word to describe the furious sound being screamed at you from the new 2015 Ford Mustang Shelby GT-350R. Savage.
This video is pretty butt-clenchingly terrifying, with the driver seeming to pass out cold as his Mustang keeps tearing ass forward, through a fence and across a field, until, thankfully, the guy finally wakes up and stops the car. But something seems a bit off about all this — was this genuine, or an elaborate and…
Saleen calls it a “game changer.” It’s the most powerful production(-based) Mustang ever created. And the tuner says that if I don’t write about the 302 Black Label, I have no journalistic integrity. And if I don’t drive it, I’m hiding in a hole next to… Saddam Hussein? Okay, then.