When you’re a gearhead, it’s impossible not to tinker and customize your ride, adding personal touches that better suit the car to your liking. For AM Customer Greg, his 2015 GT is the perfect example of this mindset, with his S550
Is 310 horsepower really enough? Let me answer that for you; no, it is not.
Developed as an affordable, sports-oriented vehicle that was relatively lightweight for its era, the first-generation Mustang wasn’t too fast.
The drag racing scene was at its peak in the 1960s with almost every major automaker involved one way or the other.
Ford and Shelby built many special-edition Mustangs back in the day, but none is as menacing as the GT500 Super Snake. Based on the already potent
An iconic name for American car enthusiasts, the “Cobra” is creation of Ford and Carroll Shelby. First used on the Shelby Cobra in 1962, the name
Having introduced the four-cylinder engine in 1974 with the oil crisis-bred Mustang II, Ford continued to offer the small, fuel-efficient unit with the third-generation model, which arrived in 1979, too. However, the redesigned Mustang
Launched for the 1974 model year and sold until 1978, the second-generation Ford Mustang isn’t only the most short-lived Mustang, but it’s also the most hated model to wear the stallion badge. Rendered ugly, slow, and the black sheep of the Mustang family
Leading the field at the Indy 500 is still a big deal nowadays, but it was significantly more important back in the day, when carmakers were actually bringing more customers into dealerships by winning races.
When Ford launched the Shelby GT350 in 1965, the pony car market gained a new perspective. The GT350 was ready to hit the track at any given time and