The automotive designers and modelers at Ford are the true creators–they are the engineers behind what each and every Mustang looks like, and they communicate not by words and confusing explanations, but through plain old masking tape.
There’s a lot of “New” worth digesting when it comes to the 2015 Mustang–from the rear axle to the 2.3L EcoBoost, all the way down to a fundamentally different chassis (S550). We’ll walk you through some of the commonly known differences from the 2014 Mustang to 2015, as well as some of the cool features and performance aspects you might not have known about. (more…)
Stage two has these cars tightening up their stock suspension and addressing a few other key needs before heading back to the track. Those 2005-2014 GT owners who want a road map to building a Mustang that rides like it’s on rails, take notes. (more…)
The 2015 GT500’s replacement–either the 2015 GT500 or GT350–has been spied driving around Dearborn, thanks once again to KGP Spy Photography. (more…)
AmericanMuscle has a bunch of new parts and exciting Mustangs coming your way in the month of January. Watch us tighten up the suspension on our 2006 GT–Project Grabber Boost–and introduce a twin turbo kit for 2011-2014 GT & BOSS Mustangs that can boost your Coyote up to 1200RWHP. (more…)