When it arrived in 1964, the Ford Mustang changed the way Americans viewed performance vehicles and created a new class of automobile known as the pony car.
Two police sergeants from Oxnard, CA have developed an ingenious way to motivate troubled teens–steering them to the drag strip instead of letting them ride with local gangs.
Dan took his 2011 Mustang GT Premium down to the drag track to blast out a sub 11 second quarter mile pass with only bolt-ons and a tune. Even though he hooked so hard he nearly ripped off his rear bumper, he indeed broke into the 11s and is already well on his way to bigger and better (faster) things!
As part of Ford’s 50th Anniversary Countdown to the release of the 2015 Mustang, they’ve given us an up and close look at the Mustang II and the history behind one of the best selling Mustangs of all time.
Wouldn’t we all like to have been the first person ever to purchase a Ford Mustang? This lucky woman was, and she traded in a Chevy to do it! Here’s the first Mustang ever sold to the public, and the dazzling story behind it.
According to Ford inside sources reporting to Edmunds.com, The 2015 Mustang is set to lose at least 400lbs off the current body weight, but that’s not all.
Anyone looking for a new car movie to go see will be in for a pleasant surprise. Dreamworks, Ford and EA are producing Need for Speed, a spin off the popular Electronic Arts video game series. The movie will include a 900 horsepower Mustang (seen above), custom designed by Ford in collaboration with Dreamworks and Electronic Arts.