Here at AmericanMuscle, we’re proud to announce our newest addition to the Mustang fleet–this brand new Grabber Blue 2014 Mustang GT and soon-to-be project car. There’s just one problem, we don’t have a crafty name for it yet. That’s where you come in. We’re leaving it up to you to name this 2014 GT and pick up all the bragging rights that come with it. Comment and tell us what you think the name should be and what modifications we should do to this beast!
This is the place to check out all of the Mustang related contests AmericanMuscle and others have to offer.
As the social media craze continues, Ford decided to integrate its Mustang Customizer with Facebook followers and offer participants 4 chances to win their very own, personally designed Mustang. Basically, you build and design your dream Mustang and use Facebook to share your design with others and accumulate points, or entries into the contest. For Valentine’s Day, Ford selected the last winner, Jennifer G. and had Vaughn Gittin Jr. deliver the very car she created and customized.
Who’s got the most powerful street-legal Mustang in the Northeast? We’re going to find out on March 23rd, 2012! The second event in the Muscle Mustangs and Fast Fords magazine series will be held at our Dynojet chassis dyno facility, here at AmericanMuscle.com in Malvern, PA. Does your Mustang have what it takes to take down the competition? Do you want to be featured in a national Mustang magazine?
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!
Congratulations go out to Rasiel Sabido, who won our Name That Part and Win contest! Rasiel’s name was drawn from a pool of everybody who guessed all six of the parts correctly, and he’ll get to choose one of the parts below as his prize. Not sure if your guesses were correct? Check our handy answer key below to find out! Click each picture to see what part it is.