What Changes Are In Store For the 2014 Ford Mustang?

What Changes Are In Store For the 2014 Ford Mustang?

If you are an avid fan of the Ford Mustang, you are probably searching for the anticipated changes to the next generation, to be released with the 2014 model year. Since the inception and introduction of this sporty consumer-style racing vehicle in 1964, there have been a variety of performance and appearance enhancements. With the 2005 release of the fifth generation, the next generation is greatly anticipated by those that follow this iconic vehicle, affectionately known as the “pony car.” Read More »

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1991 Ford Mustang GT Held on to Their Goodyears

1991 Ford Mustang GT Held on to Their Goodyears.

There were a few more updates to the Mustang in 1991 even as sales plunged to 98,737. The weak four boasted 105 horsepower due to a new eight plug cylinder head, but no one seemed to care much. Convertibles were given a cool power top that offered a neater appearance as it folded closer to the body. The fed hit automatic transmission cars yet again with a new edict requiring an interlock that meant the shifter would not move out of Park unless the brake pedal was pushed. Read More »

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Ford Mustang GT – From Birth to Legend

Ford Mustang GT – From Birth to Legend.

Ford Mustang GT Packaged for Speed Ford introduced the Grand Touring package to the world in 1965. Designed to take the Ford Mustang from a tame saddle horse to one wild pony, the Grand Touring (GT) package as it came to be known, offered drivers a better performing car with better handling. The options in the GT package were not new to Ford, but the package just bundled them all together. This way, buyers did not have to wade through an extensive list of options to put together the features that they desired to make a car that was a top performer... Read More »

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The Mark of the Mustang – The Pony

The Mark of the Mustang - The Pony.

The Ford Mustang symbol, the pony, has become an American symbol for performance. Just about anyone who sees the galloping pony will instantly tag it as the Ford Mustang emblem. It has indeed become an American icon that extends far beyond a car; it is a piece of Americana. The history of the pony emblem is as fascinating as the Ford Mustang logo is popular. Phillip Clark was on his way to California. His destination was the Art School of Design. He was in Nashville, Tennessee when he saw wild mustangs running free and was entranced with the spectacle.... Read More »

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What’s That? Check Out The Ford V-10 Mustang!

What’s That? Check Out The Ford V-10 Mustang!.

This idea has some Ford Mustang enthusiasts doing a double take. It seems that Ford thought it would be a good idea to drop a short deck all aluminum modular V-10 into a Mustang. Sweet! Amid rumors that this was going to occur, a few of these spicy little numbers have been spotted on the street. However, don’t go getting your hopes us that this will be standard fare from the Ford production plants. This Mustang and the handful of others that have been similarly modified about the globe are just Ford dipping its toe in the water. Read More »

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