April of 2014 marked 50 years of production for the Ford Mustang, while ending the production of the S197 platform and introducing the redesigned S550 platform. The 50th anniversary of the Mustang was a monumental landmark in its history, but 2017 is another marking of 50 years of production, but this time, for the Shelby GT500 Mustang.
What exactly is it about a certain Mustang that makes it stand out from the rest—what you might call a real ‘head-turner’? For AM customer Stephen and his 2006 GT, it is his impeccable eye for detail and total ground-up customization of his S197.
It is without a doubt that the automotive world gasped when Ford reintroduced the GT back into its portfolio at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, but would you believe me if I told you they almost developed a Mustang with the same performance as the Le Mans winning GT?.
Dressed in red and black, AM Customer Donovan’s 2013 Boss 302 is the last thing you want to see next to you in the staging lanes at the track. Powered by a built motor sporting an 80mm turbo putting down
Developed as an affordable, sports-oriented vehicle that was relatively lightweight for its era, the first-generation Mustang wasn’t too fast.
AM customer Nina has transformed her 2007 Mustang GT into a head turning muscle car, capable of laying down a sick burnout or breaking necks at car shows.
When the S197 was released it offered a completely fresh, yet retro-inspired canvas for enthusiasts to customize and modify.
When you are a Mustang owner and enthusiast, you can’t help but to check out every Mustang you see on the road or in parking lots — it becomes an ingrained reaction.
It was the large knobby tires wrapped around a set of Charcoal 2013 GT500 Wheels that made me stop dead in my tracks at AM2015.
If you spend your fair share of time on Instagram, it’s likely that you’ve seen Michael Seminerio’s glossy yellow 2013 Mustang V6 under the handle Mustang_Mikey.