What is So Special About The Roush Mustang?

What is So Special About The Roush Mustang?

For the Mustang enthusiast, knowing what’s special about a Roush Mustang can make a difference for those that are interested in hot rods or racing vehicles. They offer an extensive line of aftermarket performance parts for the Ford Mustang, as well as artfully created vehicles that are performance-driven street rods, with all the features you might look for in a racing vehicle. The explanation for this is quite simple, if you realize what makes them so special. Read More »

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Understanding The Power Behind The 5.0 Mustang Engine

Understanding The Power Behind The 5.0 Mustang Engine.

The power behind the 5.0 Mustang engine can be attributed to the low-end torque, and because it is so unbelievably low, it is one of the most popular engines put in these cars. Many people that own a Ford Mustang will consider adding more horsepower to the 5.0 Mustang engine, but for the average driver, there is no real need to do so. Read More »

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History of the First Generation Ford Mustang Engine

History of the First Generation Ford Mustang Engine.

Memoirs from the Era of Horsepower On April 17, 1964, an American legend was unveiled and a love affair was formed. It was a time of change as full sized muscle cars were gradually being replaced by smaller (intermediate sized) muscle cars. Nevertheless, Ford had a dream of making a small sports car with power and performance. Thus, the pony car was born. The Ford Mustang paved the way for muscle cars to come – and it was all about the power. Read More »

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Restoring Your Classic Ford Mustang

Restoring Your Classic Ford Mustang.

Restoring a classic car can be both fun and rewarding. It is an adventure that you will never forget and if you do it well, it will be a great source of pride for years to come. When you find a car and prepare to restore it, you are in for a ride – pun intended. Once you decide to embark on your resto adventure, there are a few tips that will help you on your way.  Read More »

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From Fastback to Boss 1967 – 1969 Ford Mustang

From Fastback to Boss 1967 – 1969 Ford Mustang.

1967 Mustang and the 1967 Mustang Fastback In 1967, the Mustang was introduced to a new concept: competition. Chevrolet had the Camaro, Pontiac had the Firebird, and even Plymouth had revamped the Barracuda so that it fit more with what we now call “muscle cars.” Ford responded with a Mustang that was slightly larger although the chassis was still pretty much the same. While the wheelbase remained at 108 inches, but the total length was upped two inches. Read More »

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