For Muscle Car and Mustang enthusiast John Cotton retirement has been about Family, Service and creating some really cool Cars. This ’67 Fastback is a multiple show winner and just one of many cars John has built in the last several years.
by Don Creason on May 29, 2012
by Rob Cossack on June 5, 2012
Don Lamana is stepping up to X275 from Ultimate Street this year with a new car out of Pro Fab Performance. Powered by Proline Racing and boosted from Exile Turbochargers the car is just about ready to see the dyno and some track time. We’ll have news on that as well, but for now come inside for the latest.
by Lauren Hargrove on July 9, 2012
Of course a ’67 Fastback that runs in the 10′s tends to grab the attention of any blue oval nut and after a weekend of chatting it was decided that the Sniff brother’s ’67 needed to be shown in action at Irwindale Speedway.
by Don Creason on September 2, 2012
With everyone covering Coyote this, Coyote that, we’d like to share a story of one man and his GT with a blown and built SOHC combination. Read on to learn about this amazing car and it’s owner’s incredible story.
by Diego Rosenberg on September 3, 2012
When Plymouth introduced the 1968 Road Runner, it took everyone by surprise – even Plymouth. But they correctly surmised that there was a market for an affordable supercar, and the no-frills content was even embraced by those who wanted to go faster. FoMoCo’s answer for 1969 was the Fairlane Cobra and Cyclone CJ.
by Lindsey Fisher on September 12, 2012
With the fifth-generation Mustang continuing to make headlines for superior power, performance and prestige, previous generations of the classic pony car are becoming things of the past for some. But that’s not the case for Dino Rallis’ 2003 Mustang Cobra that Justin’s Performance Center recently built.
by Chris Demorro on September 14, 2012
Next weekend, Barrett-Jackson Auctions will try and sell a number of classic and contemporary Shelby Mustangs, including some truly impressive low-mileage specimens. Which of these cars will draw the highest bid?
by Chris Demorro on September 18, 2012
For $31,000, would you rather have a 2013 Ford Focus ST with all the options, or a base model (and we do mean base) Mustang GT? We lay out the arguments for both cars after the jump.
by Lindsey Fisher on September 26, 2012
It’s not the mundane, usual or normal things in life that make it interesting. Instead, it’s the unusual, fantastically original and abnormal aspects of life that keep things exciting and this video we recently received from John Stachlewicz of Saginaw, MI is definitely right up that alley. Check it out inside
Despite the rumors, X275 is alive and well with new cars being built and coming out nearly every week. This new addition belongs to Aaron Gramer out of Tarpon Springs, Fla. Purchased as a roller out of Team Z Motorsports in July of 2011, it was wrapped up in August and made it’s race debut recently at Bradenton.
by Don Creason on October 1, 2012
Often the obstacle to going fast is less about horsepower and more about available funds. Adam Cox took a unique approach combining a DOHC 4.6L engine with a carburetor. Couple that with a chassis that hooks and you’ve got a recipe for 10′s on a budget.
by Chris Demorro on October 3, 2012
Have the dirty details of the 2015 Mustang been revealed? That could be the case, if one forum member who was asked to evaluate the 2015 Mustang is to be believed. Highlights include an aggressive front end and a 310 horsepower, 2.3 liter EcoBoost engine that returns up to 34 mpg…and perhaps even a EcoBoost V8.
by Lindsey Fisher on October 9, 2012
The more that goes into a build, the better a car is right? Well, not necessarily, as the 2013 Mustang GT built by Justin’s Performance Center recently proved that wrong by becoming the world’s fastest stock long block Coyote to date. Talk about getting the fullest from the Mustang’s factory-installed featur
We give you a sneak peek at Whiteside Customs’ SEMA-inspired 2013 Mustang. The car features some of the hottest parts and a cool, calm, and collected exterior treatment.
by Amie Williams on October 22, 2012
There are certain cars that don’t need to be on center stage to demand the attention. This Shelby Cobra 427 was spotted at the Goodguys event in Colorado with carbon fiber parts and a 1,000 horsepower packed under the shiny hood. Check out this mean machine.
by Mark Gearhart on November 5, 2012
It’s been a proverbial race for OEM-level aftermarket manufactures to build the baddest Mustang on the planet, and ROUSH has recently raised the bar with their 700hp RS3 Phase 3 Mustang SEMA show car. The power behind this monster is ROUSH’s new Phase 3 supercharger system.
by Chris Demorro on March 27, 2013
Shelby American is set up at the New York Auto Show, and in addition to the 1,200 horsepower Shelby 1000 S/C and Shelby Focus ST, there is another mystery Shelby on the showroom floor. A truck. What could it be?
by Jason Reiss on March 27, 2013
The Mickey Thompson SEMA 2013 Mustang GT was put together by the fine folks at Anvil Auto in California. The car was designed to show off M/T’s Metal Series Suspension System currently in development, along with their Enhanced Stance System of Street Comp tires and SC-5 wheels.
by Jason Reiss on November 26, 2012
NRC Motorsports is in the construction process on this gorgeous Outlaw 275-style Mustang. It will feature some of the chassis tricks that NRC Motorsports is known for and will compete at races all over the Southeast.
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by Don Creason on November 26, 2012
Great driving talent and a solid combination can only take you so far in racing. Rick Riccardi III is quick to give a great deal of credit to his crew who help him go rounds and make the winning effort on race weekends. With a revised combination on hand, Riccardi is quickly becoming unstoppable in Hot Street.