Fred Moucatel of Plainsboro, New Jersey has a 2008 Mustang S197 that is slithering up the ranks and biting the competition. Moucatel’s stang dubbed “Venom” is leaving a poison trail of defeated competitors.
Tracking down the perfect Mustang can be a challenge, especially if you found “the one” and it slipped right through your fingers. This is one man’s story of never giving up his search for his dream BOSS 302.
by Don Creason on August 27, 2013
If you’re going to show off what your shop can do, you might as well do it well. Check out “Blackie” the TeamZ Motorsports street driven shop car that pulls sub 1.20 60-foot times.
Kevin Wolbach started by buying a daily driver and has now turned his bad pony into a competition Mustang with nearly 600 hp.
The definition of “legacy” for the modern Mustang enthusiast is evolving to a whole new level of automobile ownership, pride, passion, commitment, and community involvement.. Checkout the legacy of Krista Elyse
by Lindsey Fisher on August 21, 2013
Jeff Polivka’s JPC built tuborcharged BOSS is a street/strip terror. Check out the details and video of this low ten second street driven brawler right here.
We spent the day at Saleen’s Corona, California headquarters learning about the all new S351, the first Saleen Mustang to bear that moniker in over a decade. Inside is a complete car feature and video interview with Steve Saleen about the S351 rebirth and plans for the 2015 Mustang.
by Daniel Ramey on August 3, 2013
It’s rare to find a beautiful woman who likes Mustangs, and can work on her Mustang too. Shelby Wolf, better known in Mustang circles as Shelby Cobra talks about her life growing up in a Ford family, her entry into a modeling career, and her love of wrenching on Mustangs with her dad.
Kenny Brown takes us around the track with a look at his personal GT4-RS Mustang “Ruby” at the Heidt’s Performance Car Challenge, and offers insight into how he turns the Mustang into a corner carving track machine.
If you are looking for a comfortable commuter subcompact that doesn’t feel like a subcompact? The 2014 Fiesta might be what you are looking for. We got behind the wheel of one for a few hours to give you our initial
by Don Creason on July 17, 2013
Team Beefcake Racing puts together another killer Coyote powered Mustang with Finish Line Performance and Lund Racing.
by Don Creason on July 11, 2013
Race Part Solutions takes a base model V-6 and turns it into a capable track machine, with a goal of going 10′s for less than the cost of a new Mustang GT.
by Daniel Ramey on July 3, 2013
For Andrew Hughes Mustang ownership always seemed like just a dream. Through hard work and determination this young man exemplifies the American dream, and proves that if you want something bad enough, you can make your dreams come true.
We pick up a new family hauler, and take it on the road to find out the truth about whether we really like the new 2013 Fusion.
Brandon Elledge took his turbocharged 3.8 liter V6 engine from the Ford Thunderbird he built, and dropped it into a Ford Fox-body Mustang, making a unique and powerful car that will cause confusion and envy wherever it goes.
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!
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.
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 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.
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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.