The sweet 2012 Boss 302 Mustangs have been produced since February in Flat Rock, Michigan. They are just starting to arrive at some dealerships around the country.
Ford has launched their new website to build your own 2012 Ford Mustang. We sit here in the northern climates longing for the warm days to wax up our sweet ole Stangs, but there is nothing wrong with checking out and pricing your future dream car.
Props go out to 16-year old Tom Murphy, from Manteno Illinois and his dad. Perhaps they were trying to get out of shoveling the driveway and while Mom was sweating out front from heaving two feet of snow, these two were building cars out back. I hope it was at least a supercharged GT500.
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SHELBY AMERICAN announced convertible 2012 Shelby GT350’s in Red, White, and Blue. A limited production of 350 will be built. 430 HP normally aspirated, 525 HP supercharged or 624 HP supercharged versions. Starts at $26,995.00 (normally aspirated) and $33,995.00 (supercharged), not including the base car.
The people at Cervini’s have come up with a sweet looking retro tail light conversion kit for late model Mustangs. They are reminiscent of the ones the Cougars had in the 1960’s, which were used by aftermarket Mustang modifiers to look awesome.
Most people never get to own a Boss 302. Few people will ever own a pair of Boss 302’s. Only one person will ever own the Patriot Edition Boss 302. For $3 you can have it all!
Don’t have a supercharger or turbo so you’re not worried? Think again! Neither do I! Have you checked your throttle-body lately? This amount of oil blow-by comes out after only 250 miles of driving. You don’t want this gunk getting sucked back into your intake do you?
Hot off the presses for about $300 is Shelby American’s new precision-machined billet fuel rails for the 2005-2010 Mustang GT 4.6 and the 2007-2012 Ford Shelby GT-500 5.4 engines. They look great and have better flow for those demanding modded motors out there.
Ford Mustang GTT – Twin Turbo baby. This precious pony pounds out at least 700-rwhp, yet the owner states is very streetable. Custom fuel system, custom exhaust, custom intercooler. Upgraded transmission, TCI rachet shifter, ghost stripes. Dark deep-dish rims adorned with huge shoes, neatly tucked in the fenders.