This hobby became serious when I went to work for a local speed shop. Within a few years, I helped build the business into a nation-wide name that focused on modifying and tuning late-model Mustangs. We equipped ourselves with a chassis dyno, lifts, mechanics and that is where I gained my SCT and Dynojet Certifications. I spent 6-7 years there, building and custom tuning in the best and most passionate automotive industry; the Mustang aftermarket. Since the move to AmericanMuscle in April of 2010, I have purchased my second Mustang – a Grabber Orange 2007 GT (supercharger coming soon)! My Google+ Profile
Now I know we’re a Mustang site, but if you don’t like the Ford GT Supercar… well, there’s just no hope for you! When Ford reintroduced roughly 4,000 GT Supercars in 2005-2006, not only were they a 550hp-supercharged, street-legal, economically pricedbeast, but they brought back a legacy of racing history. It’s been over 6 years now, and it looks like some concept designers are getting ansy!
If any of you have ever experienced brake failure, you know that split second can scare the crap out of you! Now imagine brake failure in your brand new 2012 Boss at the quarter mile… yeah… now we’re shaking a little. That’s what happened when Motor Trend went to brake test their new bright-yellow Boss 302 Mustang at the track.
Throughout the month of April, many of you who bought Wheels & Tires from us may have noticed a GIANT Golden Ticket inside the box when it arrived. I hope you held onto your ticket, because I’m about to announce the winner of a $1000 AmericanMuscle shopping spree!
Want a 10 second Mustang? Did you just say “yes!” out loud? It’s okay… we all do! The Bama Custom Tuning team decided to turn this dream into a reality when they slapped on a few bolt-on performance parts to our Automatic 2011 5.0L GT. Check out these mods!