With the upcoming release of the next generation Ford Mustang, spy photographers have been prowling the streets and popular testing areas, looking for any signs of a 2015 Mustang or mule car rolling around. Now, it looks like veteran spy photographer and automotive espionage extraordinaire Jim Dunne has captured a few distance photos of Ford’s new pony car.
In building what should be hailed as “The Boss of all Bosses,” custom car guru Bodie Stroud has created one truly unique 1969 Boss Mustang. Using an original 777 HP, all-aluminum 494 c.i. Mario Andretti race motor, Bodie set out to create of one of the sickest Mustangs of all time – a pure and one-of-a-kind American muscle car.
Watch out COPO, the Mustang Shelby 1000 is back and better than before! Once again, Shelby American unveils the most powerful production car in existence – the 2013 Shelby GT 1000, equipped with a menacing, 1,200 horsepower producing motor.
By now, you’ve probably seen these photos floating around, but what you may not have realized is that these are not at all a new development.
One of the fastest Mustangs ever to hit the Texas Mile, this 5.0L Coyote V8 set the bar a notch higher for the 5.0 racing scene. Going 206.2 MPH with a pair of turbos boosting to 17 PSI, this Sterling Grey Mustang GT took the title as World’s Fastest 2011+ Coyote V8 Mustang in the Standing Mile. They did it all on a street-able setup and set of charcoal AMR wheels to boot!