Ever wonder what it’s like to go around the track with a real time race car driver? While Jack Roush Jr. prepped for the big races, he taped some practice laps as he takes on the brand new Circuit of America for the second race of the season, the Grand Am.
That’s right, according to Edmunds.com the next-generation S550 Mustang is poised to get a 4 cylinder after all. Love it or hate it, it looks like a leaner, more fuel-conscious Mustang is something we may have to get used to in the very near future.
With Spring on its way and hundreds of new Fox Body products in out lineup we thought it would be a great time to roll out a lineup of new kits conveniently packaged together to meet all of your project and restoration needs. These kits will save you time and some cash by purchasing as a package and are filled with OEM quality parts built to exact factory specifications. Here’s our top 5 1979-1993 Mustang combo kits you’ll want to pick up before Springtime.
This is stage 2 of a three part series detailing the restoration of one beaten, neglected, then beaten again 1993 GT and its transformation into a one-of-a-kind ’93 Cobra convertible. Stage 1 included an essential tune-up, new clutch, body work and fresh paint in preparation for stage 2. The horrendous duct taped intake found with the car has been replaced with an SR Performance cold air intake ahead of schedule just so the tired 5.0 could be driven safely to the paint booth.
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.