Originally produced for NASCAR only 1,350 cars were made in its two-year run from 1969 to 1970.
I’ve owned my ’67 since 1977 when I was 18 years old. I have done almost all the work on it myself
After the required 500 mile break-in period I put my 67 Mustang on track at Thunderhill Raceway.
V8 Speed & resto upgrade this 72 Corvette convertible to a modern 6 speed shifting rocket
How It All Began In 1967, during the heyday of the muscle car era, Chevrolet introduced the Camaro, its answer to the Ford Mustang. The basic Camaro had an inline-6 powertrain of 230 inches (3.8 liters), which put the top maximum speed at 140 miles per hour (mph). Some came equipped with a V-8 engine…
The 1969 model year signaled the end of an era in Mustang production. For all intents and purposes, this would be the last year that any new original Shelby Mustangs were produced. Though both the GT350 and GT500 would be offered for the 1970 model year, each was simply re-VIN numbered 1969 model production cars.…
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