The chase scene from Bullitt is arguably the greatest chase scene in automotive history. The King of Cool himself, Steve McQueen rips around the streets of San Francisco in a de-badged 1968 Mustang with Dark Highland Green paint. This Mustang captured the hearts of enthusiasts, and Ford eventually paid homage to McQueen with their first Bullitt edition Mustang in 2001. Ford decided to bring it back again for the 2008 and 2009 model years before it was retired it for another decade. Keen-eyed car spotters caught a glimpse of a Mustang rolling around Chicago with a Highland Green paint job several months ago, and the rumor mill started churning. Excitement was building and people began asking the question: “Are we going to get another Bullitt Mustang?”. The answer is yes!
It’s a tale as old as time – the head-to-head competition of the Mustang vs. Camaro. As a new model year is creeping upon us, we have the numbers and comparisons on hand. Which is better? How about we break it down and you make the decision. After all, numbers don’t lie.
There was much speculation on how much power the 2018 Ford Mustang would be able to produce; there is no more room for guessing, as the results are now in! To put this easily into perspective, the 2018 Mustang can go from 0 to 60mph faster than a $94,000 911 Carrera. Also, the GT gets a 25 horsepower bump and the EcoBoost gains some more torque! If that doesn’t tell you enough about the capabilities of this pony car, keep reading.
The Ford Shelby GT500 is a popular name among vehicles undergoing revival like the Honda NSX and Ford GT. It was recently spied testing its supercharged 5.2-liter V8 engine. Mustang6G posted a video of the beast out on the roads and it is music to our ears! Now that we know what the Shelby variant sounds like, we can come to a conclusion about what’s under the hood as well.
Ford has something up their sleeves for the 2018 Mustang GT and we cannot wait for it! A group of track-enthusiasts and engineers from the 2018 Ford Mustang team spent numerous hours after work developing faster equipment for the upcoming model. Apparently, the mods turned out to be so impressive, they were able to convince upper management to have it put on the market.
“A passion to create something special is what really drove this project,” said Tom Barnes, Mustang vehicle engineering manager. “And that really showed in the off-the-clock way we went about doing our work.”
Shelby American is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the legendary Super Snake Mustang with a new wide body edition. Throughout the years, the Super Snake has become synonymous with only the fastest and most remarkable Ford Mustangs out there. With Shelby unveiling the first official take on a wide body S550 Mustang, it is clear that they continue to put their best foot (or should we say wheel?) forward.
Legendary hot rodder Chip Foose has built an incredible career modifying and building cars that wow the automotive community all around the world. No stranger to the iconic Ford Mustang, Chip worked with
It doesn’t matter if you want to go drag racing, hit a road course, or have a refined feel while driving on the street; modding your Mustang’s suspension will unlock a whole new level of potential and fun with your pony. Often an overlooked part of the modding process, upgrading the
It’s one thing to have a Mustang that looks the part, but it’s another thing entirely to have one that can back up those looks with tire-melting power. AmericanMuscle Customer Nathan’s 2007 Mustang GT has the best of both worlds—head-turning good looks and
California Made it Happen
“California Made It Happen” was the tagline Ford attached to their newest specialty Mustang in 1968, the California Special. Although there have been a litany of specialty Mustang’s over their half-a-century production, few have withstood the test of time like the California Special—one of the very first one-off stallions to be offered from Ford.