Though the times might change, some things don’t. Fox body ‘Stangs are cheaper than ever, and people are stuffing just about everything under the hoods of these pocket rockets. Dan Hale is one of those guys, and under the hood of this ‘Stang is not a SBF, but a twin-turbo Mod Motor.
by Rick Seitz on February 5, 2013
by Lindsey Fisher on December 29, 2012
When it comes to modern pony cars, not much can beat a Boss 302, but with a few upgrades and a well-rounded driver, even the famous high-performance Mustang can be improved upon. Such is the case with this 2012 Boss 302 enhanced by Justin’s Performance Center. Check it out inside!
by Don Creason on January 3, 2013
Coyote Stock is set to become the next big thing in NMRA racing. Jacob Lamb made the switch this year from Modular Muscle and a built four valve 4.6 to the Coyote Stock. It runs near identical times, although 500lbs heavier than before. Inside is the feature on his fierce four eye.
by Don Creason on January 10, 2013
Some dad’s built treehouses, some take their kids camping. Joey Keown’s dad taught him how to build a cool Mustang, and in the process built a father son bond that will always exist.
There are a large number of Mustangs headed to the auction block at Mecum’s nine day long Kissimmee, FL event, which begins later this week. We preview a few of the notable ones here.
by Don Creason on January 15, 2013
Matt Snow uses his ’93 Cobra as a test platform for new products. Make no mistake though, this is no bolt on car with a blower, it’s a chemically intercooled predator, with very large venomous fangs in the form of nearly 1,000 hp to the rear tires.
Kenny Brown Performance works their magic on a modified GT500, transforming it into the ultimate track day Mustang. This was the first late-model GT500 to roll out of the Kenny Brown shop and it surely does not fail to impress both on the road course and in a straight line.
When transitioning from the 2011-2012 to the refreshed 2013 Mustang, many didn’t expect Mustang manufacturers like ROUSH Performance to do much with the newfangled body style. Boy, wouldn’t we be proven otherwise. From the dragstrip, dyno, and to the road, we review the 2013 ROUSH Stage 3 Mustang.
In the market for a new Fox body? What do you look for, and how do you detect major problems? We began our search months ago for a new StangTV project car, and are happy to report we’re the proud owners of a new Fox body. We give you a few pointers on looking for your next Fox-body project in this article.
This too-cool-for-school 1966 Mustang belongs to Anna Peko, and was resurrected from a tired shell that she remembers riding in as a kid. Check inside for all of the cool details – including a Ford Racing Parts Coyote engine swap.
by Jason Reiss on April 3, 2013
Tim McAmis Race Cars and Mike Knowles have teamed up to bring you another incredible Pro Mod – this time Mike’s awesome “Blown Money” ’67 GT500 Pro Mod Mustang. Check inside for the scoop found only here at Dragzine.
by Don Creason on April 10, 2013
Tom Clark has built one Sinister ’79 Pace Car, doing it over a period of five years, and as his time and budget have allowed. We take a look at what he’s accomplished so far with this one of a kind Fox-body restomod.
It took nothing short of a cross country drive in Vaughn Gittin Jr’s personal RTR Mustang to convince Joey Redmond to come into the light and build one of his own. Come inside and check out Joey’s Mustang that converted him from an import lover to a domestic fiend.
The Mustang II gets virtually zero respect within the performance community. Bret Behrens is the owner of one though that will command respect on the street or the track. Check out his V10 Mustang II build.
We’re setting out to build our own version of the ROUSH Stage 3 Mustang. We’ll be taking the best parts from ROUSH Performance and several other manufacturers and combing them to create the ultimate daily driver capable of slaying cars that cost four-times as much on the street, strip, and road course.
by Matt Emery on May 3, 2013
When Galpin Auto Sports set out to make a track car in eight short weeks, the vehicle they chose was a 1968 Ranchero. With inspirations from the Shelby Mustang and a Boss 351 Cleveland engine, it’s a hit wherever it goes. Check it out inside.
by Don Creason on May 10, 2013
Maximum Velocity Performance owner Tracy Keller breaks 200 mph at the Texas Mile, goes for 9′s at the drag strip, and street drives this bad BOSS 302.
by Don Creason on May 16, 2013
We break down what could be some of the most credible rumors about the highly secretive 2015 Mustang, it’s engine lineup, which if true could be one of the best ever.
by Don Creason on May 22, 2013
Jason Hall didn’t do just an engine swap, he swapped an entire GT500 into his Fox-body coupe, making it the ultimate Mod-Fox.
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by Jason Reiss on May 30, 2013
Todd Carlson’s awesome street-driven Mustang knocks down 745 horsepower to the wheels and 23 miles per gallon. It relies on a Livernois Motorsports-built Coyote engine and 2.9L Whipple supercharger to achieve the incredible. Check out the details inside!