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.…
Pure Notch Facts 1992 Mustang LX Coupe 327ci Small-Block Ford V-8 Stroker, A4 Block 486 horsepower with 465 ft/lbs of torque rear wheel Modern Driveline/TREMEC T-5z Five-Speed with .80:1 Overdrive Ford 8.8-inch with 3.55:1 Gold Track and 9-inch Flanges Baer Four-Piston 14-inch Front Disc Brakes Baer Four-Piston 13-inch Rear Disc Brakes 1995 SVT Cobra R…
For the first time ever, European customers can get their hands on the Ford Mustang Mach 1
Steering wheel in your left hand, shifting gears with your right going fast on the open road brings intense pleasure.
All-America icon Ford Mustang sets world-record meeting in Belgium
The Tremec TR3160 is a superbly crafted piece of machinery known for buttery smooth shifts
With the 760 horsepowerGT500 in full stride, production will finish of the Shelby GT350 and GT350R, fall 2020 as planned.