Classic Recollections created this one-of-a-kind pristine silver frosts metallic 1967 GTA Mustang. Everyone always wants the popular Shelby GT500 Eleanor look, but just having an all original 1967 Mustang would be sweet for me. The owner of the classic Mustang, Angelo Pavlis, wanted the muscle car to be a full restoration, that means having every part on the Mustang in perfect condition to ensure the car looks and runs like it just rolled off the assembly line. A street cam was added to give the 1967 GTA Mustang a nice idle. The original 289CID size engine was used along with the automatic C-4 transmission.
West Coast Customs has built the ultimate futuristic Mustang. West Coast Customs has taken all types of different Microsoft technology and incorporated into a 2012 Mustang. To mix things up, they decided to put a 1967 Mustang Fastback replica body on the 2012 Mustang platform. So let's talk about the technology used in the West Coast Customs Mustang.
The muscle car features a heads up display for the driver and one for the passenger with an integrated XBox and internet connectivity. They also took the rear windshield and turned it into a projector screen for ultimate game play. They also put the Kinect motion-sensing controllers in the front and rear of the car. Drivers can use the cameras to check out a live video and audio feed of the car's surroundings using their Windows Phone.
Classic Recreations have added the beautiful 1966 Shelby GT350 Mustang to their line of restored vehicles. The 1966 Shelby GT350 Mustang features a 545 horsepower 427 cubic inch stroker motor with authentic Shelby performance parts. It's a really nice restoration package for $100k.
Right now there are rumors swirling around the web that Ford is going to bring back the Mach 1 Mustang for 2017. Some say inside sources at MustangsDaily are the creators of this rumor. Also it's said the company will introduce a Shelby GT350 model for 2016, a year after the next generation Mustang for 2015.
Wheels Mag recently developed these renderings of the 2015 S550 Mustang, the turnout seemed to be pretty good. I love how the Mustang looks more exotic and sporty looking but still having a little muscle behind the name. The headlights look really sharp, side scoops on the quarter panels are gutsy, and grille adds a little flavor.
Mustang6g has just developed another rendering of the 2015 S550 Ford Mustang and it's pretty sweet. If you check out the recent spy photos of the S550 Mustang, I think it's pretty close to the real Mustang. If you look close on the photo, you can see the S550 Mustang running from the police.
How cool is this, some enthusiast is celebrating 49th birthday of the Ford Mustang. I guess some Mustang fan decided to do this before next year’s rendition of the 2015 Mustang. It sure looks like a yummy cake. Whoever created this cake sure is good with pastries. I sure would love to have this cake for my 30th birthday.
If you're in the market for a kick ass Ford Mustang and don't have money, you should check eBay for wrecked Mustangs. You can find wrecked Mustangs for practically nothing. Recently I found this sweet 2013 Shelby GT500 Mustang. The Mustang has the new 662 horsepower supercharged 5.8-liter V8 and a custom sunroof. The engine actually still runs and idles, so there's still life after death for this battered and bruised 5.8-liter V8. You definitely need a good body to fix a wrecked Mustang like this, but there are other Mustangs with less damage. What makes this 2013 Shelby GT500 Mustang unique is the sweet engine!
This is one of the sketches Ford released of the 1965 Ford Mustang before the muscle car was released to the public. The sketches and clay models Ford provided, came from various Ford design studios after the concept was approved in 1961. The Mustang not only went through many different designs but also names such as Avventura, Allegro, Avanti, Cougar, and Torino.
Just by checking out this photo of the steering wheel on the passenger side, you probably have a clue what this article entails. Information has just released from Ford that they have an official date set for New Zealand launch of the 2015 Ford Mustang. I guarantee the Mustang fans are pretty excited about this news. If any New Zealanders reading this article, all I can say is, get ready for some american muscle to arrive at your front door. But expect a turbocharged EcoBoost engine, not sure if Ford will be making the V8 option available in New Zealand.