Not any old Mustang could make our list of muscle cars you should know. That’s why we’re diving in to the history of the popular pony car this month, taking a look at the legendary Shelby GT500-KR of 1968.
by Lindsey Fisher on January 2, 2014
by Don Creason on December 27, 2013
We kick off our weekly Friday Fan Feature this week with Ray Burk’s ultra-rare 1993 5.0 hatchback. Check out this unique Stang and get ready to submit yours on Facebook next Monday. `
by Daniel Ramey on December 25, 2013
Karen Loftus owns one “Nasty” Mustang that is tearing up the competition and the highway along the East Coast. Check out her mods list and let us know what you think about her aggressive stang.
Fischer Motorsports takes an engineering level approach to building this Ford GT into a brawler for the street, strip, track, and standing mile. We get the details on the efforts to make 2,000 hp with this Ford.
by Don Creason on December 6, 2013
Ever wonder what happens to those corporate cars that we magazine guys flog mercilessly? Dave Soucia found out when he purchased his 2011 GT500 and started tracing the car’s history. We have his story, right here.
by Don Creason on December 5, 2013
We get the scoop from Ford on the all new 2015 Mustang live from the LA Press Event and Tech Briefing. Find out everything that Ford is willing to divulge about the next-gen Pony car and see new photos right here!
From the early photo and detail drop, to the 7am press releases, the LA Tech Briefing, and the Official Press Events. We are covering it all. This is the place to be for 2015 Mustang information as it breaks!
by Lindsey Fisher on December 2, 2013
Building a car is all about expressing your personal style, and our very own StangTV contributor Dan Ramey certainly continues to do so with his 2008 Mustang GT. But this Stang goes further than rolling art!
by Lindsey Fisher on November 25, 2013
A few weeks ago we brought you video of Jake Conant’s 8-second Cobra nearly rolling over after a wicked wheelie at the track. This week we get full details on the car that took him for that ride.
by Don Creason on November 22, 2013
NMRA’s Coyote Stock has gained another former championship winning team. We got the story on Darin Hendricks and Steve Moberly returning to NMRA competition after an eight year hiatus.
by Jason Reiss on November 21, 2013
The NMRA’s True Street class is home to a number of players looking to bust the first 7-second average, and one more has joined the party. Look inside for details on Mitch Goare’s twin turbo machine!
by Josh Kirsh on November 20, 2013
Check out this awesome build by 281 Motorsports dedicated to those of the Special Forces who fought and gave their lives for our freedom. You don’t want to miss this!
The star of the show was once again the Ford Mustang, winning the Hottest Car award for the second year in a row. There were plenty of custom Ford pony cars on display at SEMA this year, and here are our favorites.
by Don Creason on November 13, 2013
Total Cost Involved and Magnaflow have teamed up to build one of the baddest Mustangs at the SEMA show. Check out this ’67 Stang built to compete in the the Optima Ultimate Street Car Invitational.
Come in and check out the details on Michael Heintz’s sweet Boss 302 Mustang. Michael’s been a Ford guy all his life; the mods on this car are just beginning!
by Don Creason on October 10, 2013
Brenspeed brings six cars to Beech Bend, and shows us what they do for their customers, with a ten second, daily drivable 2006 Mustang GT.
by Jason Reiss on October 8, 2013
Ever seen a ’67 Shelby Cobra in NHRA Super Stock competition? Neither have we, but John Stock’s beautiful GT/EA ’67 Cobra has been unleashed on the class.
by Don Creason on October 1, 2013
Victor Ford and Kenny Brown Performance team up to build a BOSS beater, that owners can drive daily, and hit the track with on the weekends.
by Mark Gearhart on September 25, 2013
In two previous stories we had shared with you how much we enjoyed ROUSH’s 2012 and 2013 RS3 Mustangs. if you are interested in how we thrashed our recent 2014 RS3, then read on.
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