We perform some plastic surgery on Project Silver Bullet with parts from ROUSH Performance improving the exterior appearance of our high-end Mustang to match it’s high performance characteristics.
by Don Creason on February 3, 2014
by Lindsey Fisher on December 18, 2013
Follow along as we upgrade the appearance of our 2011 Mustang to a 2014 with Ford parts and an exhaust with CORSA. A complete parts list is inside!
by Don Creason on November 4, 2013
2005-2009 Mustang owners can now get tail lights that look and function much like the 2013-2014 Mustang tail lights including 3D appearance, LED illumination and sequential signals.
by Andrew Wolf on July 24, 2013
We recently took delivery of a set of Optic Armors’ much-talked-about Drop-In Blackout front and rear windows for a Fox body Mustang project vehicle of ours, and in this mini tech-feature, we’ll take a look at the windows the install process of these cool (and very clear) new windows.
Age takes it’s toll on your car, and Fox-body’s often suffer from faded, dull looking trim. We get together with Chris Mikos at Midwest Mustangs, Inc. to learn how to make Fox-body trim look new again over the weekend.
by Paul Huizenga on March 28, 2013
Keeping your car looking good can be a labor of love, or a horrible chore – it all depends on using the right tools, products, and techniques. We get the inside info from two of the biggest names in DIY detailing so you can make your car shine like the pros, inside and out!
by Don Creason on September 10, 2012
Our Project Wild E Coyote has received numerous upgrades in the performance department lately. We decided that to help further differentiate it from the herd we’d upgrade its lighting, and appearance at all four corners, thanks to our friends at American Muscle.
by Lindsey Fisher on August 24, 2012
You already have the cream of the crop with your 2013 Mustang, but isn’t there some appeal to making it stand out from the crowd even more? Now it can thanks to the new Roush R6 Aerobody Kit components specifically designed to set your new Mustang apart from the rest.
Sanding scratches and wavy panels are the result of poor blocking techniques – an art that is simply just not that hard to master. We’re going to show you some super easy steps and tricks to getting the smoothest finish before you paint.
When painting your ride, working slowly and safely can produce great results. Before you ever get there, though, laying the groundwork and properly preparing the bare metal with the correct tools is just as important too. We spoke to the pro’s and got some basic steps and tricks to aid in your next paint job.
When it comes to shoehorning a new, bigger engine into the framerails of a Fox Body Mustang, the stock hood isn’t very useful. The simple solution is to find an aftermarket hood that will accommodate the increase in engine size and we found a company that could meet all of our demands, and that company is Cervini’s Auto Design.