Ford Motor Company inside sources are reporting the newly redesigned–but still highly secretive–2015 S550 Mustang will make its debut with a limited edition, 1,000 unit run of 2014 1/2 Mustangs.
This custom 2014 Mustang GT “Thunderbird Edition” is Ford’s tribute to the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds air demonstration squadron and is being auctioned off in support of the EAA Young Eagles program. It typical Mustang fashion, this very special edition has more going on under the hood than a typical GT.
Surrounded by devastation, one local Moore resident and Mustang enthusiast caught the nation’s attention and pulled on the heartstrings of those in the Mustang community and everyone here at AmericanMuscle. Amongst the emerging tales sits one iconic Ford Mustang that reminds the world of the “Built Ford Tough” mantra. The owners of that car, Oklahoma native Jack Haden and his wife, Stephanie, emerged from the their Tornado shelter like many others to find their home damaged and car destroyed.
If you can’t wait for the 2015 Mustang to arrive, it’s safe to assume you have heard all the rumors, digested endless amounts of conflicting reports, studied spy photos and listened to educated opinions before coming to the conclusion that no one outside of Ford really knows what power plant the redesigned Mustang is going to have. Now it seems we finally have something to hand our hats on.
Some may say the 2015 Mustang is getting the dead horse treatment, but we just can’t stop wondering where Ford is headed with our beloved muscle car. And after all, sometimes it’s good to take what you have and reflect on where things are headed. With that said, it’s time for a status report for the 2015. We’ve all seen the existing 2015 Mustang renderings, concept photos, spy shots and mule cars hiding an IRS, but this is the best look at what the 2015 “should” look like, based on the most recent prototype photos shot by Jim Dunne.
Roush is back with their latest and greatest Mustang. The 2014 Stage 3 Roush is one bad machine, posting 575HP and 505 foot pounds of torque from its 5.0 coyote motor with a menacing growl emanating from the exhaust. Even when idle, if you’re anywhere near this thing you know simply by the refined sound it’s one piece of Detroit muscle that certainly means business.