What is crazier, driving 8,000 miles in a $250 station wagon (and expecting to make it), or lending your brand new 2016 Ford Mustang GT, for 26 days, to two strangers to whom you’ve only ever corresponded by email?
It is my pleasure to introduce what is quite possibly our most questionable venture to date: The Mustang Challenge.
In what seems like the setup for a slapstick B-comedy movie, two Canadians are flying down to our offices in Pennsylvania and grabbing the keys to an AM employee’s Ruby Red 2016 Mustang GT PP and embarking on an 8,000 mile road trip across the country – cue laugh track.
In recently captured spy video from Michigan, we get to see a heavily camouflaged S550 GT500 cruising the street.
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.
Rumors of an S550 GT500 have been building for a long time and we finally have our first look at it leaving Ford’s Dearborn Development Grounds.
The late 1970s were bleak for fans of American muscle cars. The oil crisis and the strict emission standards rendered the powerful, big-block engines of the 1960s and 1970s obsolete and
The 2016 AmericanMuscle Car Show is right around the corner and things are going into high gear in the coming weeks!
What appears to be the production version of the 2017 Ford SVT Raptor was spied driving around on the road with no camo and a bunch of badging
Ford has unveiled a one-off GT350 modeled after a P-51 stunt plane called “Ole Yeller” that will be auctioned away for charity.
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.