We are living in an era when all-wheel drive cars are commonplace. Even performance cars have adopted the technology, while RWD sports and supercars
Columbus, Ohio a city known for its gorgeous park systems, thriving metropolitan areas, its world class zoo and of course home to THE Ohio State Buckeyes. Yet as our penultimate destination we choose not to focus on the aforementioned attractions, rather we were persistent in completing the final task to “Americanize” us, which was to shoot guns.
The redefined styling of the S550 showed the world a different take on the classic pony car, turning it into a global platform in the process.
It was never our intention for us to go to Chicago. According to our proposed itinerary drawn up at AM2016, we were supposed to go from Denver to Kansas City and then to Indianapolis. Chicago was never in the picture. This decision was initially questioned by Andrew at the onset of our voyage, but we quickly dismissed his suggestion to hit Chicago. Little did we know that just then, Andrew had planted a seed.
Shelby American revealed their latest creation at the Mustang Club of America’s 40th Anniversary celebration at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway: The 2017 Shelby GTE Mustang.
AM2016 was one of our most fun car shows to date, drawing in hoards of Mustangs, showcasing horsepower, and contributing to a charitable cause.
Denver will forever be remembered, naught for the sights or the activities in which we participated, but rather for several, select individuals to whom we had the pleasure of meeting, and one we did not meet at all.
Ford took the world by surprise with the Mustang in early 1964, but its new, two-door pony car wasn’t a new concept.
8 hours turned into 13, and our destination changed from Portland to Eugene. The most amazing miserable half-day drive to date.
At the recent Woodward Dream Cruise, Ford had a 2017 Mustang sporting a new prototype engine making over 500 naturally aspirated HP in the Mustang Alley. Question is, what Mustang will we see it in?