Monthly Archives: December 2010

Prank Photos: Gift Wrapping the Boss’s Office!

Merry Christmas, Boss!

At AmericanMuscle, the Holidays are full of hard work, professionalism, dedication and… you’re not buying this are you? Okay so every once in a while we gotta have some fun, too! Last night, after the boss decided to head home for the day, a few employees took the privilege of spreading some Holiday cheer. Check out the aftermath:

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Tell me about YOUR best office prank in the comment section below!

GT500 on the Dyno: $60k On Fire!

Everyone has had their share of miserable days (afterall, today IS Monday). I promise you, after watching this video, you really won’t feel that bad about your own problems.

800RWHP gone in a flash, no pun intended! While you want to feel bad for this guy, it was done on a completely stock GT500 bottom end and the owner has been having fun with the car for quite some time. With the addition of a forged bottom end, the owner of Blue Diamond says the car will be back within the next month or so with 1100-1200RWHP!

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Can This 4 Year Old Kid Drive Better Than You?

I was surfing around last night, when I stumbled upon this video. Either Vaughn Gittin Jr. had a kid, or this is an amazing example of someone who was born to drive!

Where were those things when I was 4? Either way – I’ve got $5 that says at age 16, he passes his parallel parking test on the first try!

So tell me, what was your first experience driving a Mustang?

December’s Ride of the Month

Alex Pappas’s 2006 GT

Alex’s GT started out stock with 8,000 miles on the odometer. Two years later, it has 34,000 miles on it, and Alex has installed an amazing array of parts. He’s done all the work except mounting his Nittos on the MRR GT-1 wheels. The GT sits on Koni Yellow adjustable shocks and struts, GT500 strut mounts, and Eibach lowering springs. A BMR adjustable Mustang panhard bar, billet lower control arms, and LCA relocation brackets contribute to the GT’s mean stance. Alex also installed Steeda adjustable upper control arms and front and rear sway bars. (more…)