Pics from May 22, 2010 Chicago Mustang Club and Ron Hopkins Elgin Mustang Show. Exciting show from 10am-2pm. Free food, Ford Sync training and demos. Even an 1972 Pantera showed up.
VIDEO: Smoking Tire road tests a 2011 Ford Mustang GT 5.0-liter, loaded, but it’s gonna cost about $42,000 !
Nice little car show at St. Charles High School last weekend. There were a few choice Mustangs there, on Saturday May 15.
Check these beauties out:
Shelby American announced last week that they will be offering street versions of the GT350 to include a naturally-aspirated model with either a 6-speed automatic or 6-speed manual transmission, as well as a supercharged version, which will be available as soon as late summer 2010. Cost is $26,995 for the N/A or $33,995 for supercharged.
In a time when Earth is experiencing a downtrodden economy and a “green” revolution, intergalactic space pirates from nearby Centauri are earning more booty by the minute. Centaurians agree that Ford has a winner on their hands. Qaxar hasn’t driven a Mustang since it “got me a lot of chicks, but was more nose-heavy than W.C. Fields.”
VIDEO! Oogle the brilliant new motor in the 2011 Ford Mustang GT. Underrated at 412-hp, this baby is more like 430-hp
Performance buffs have been modifying classic Boss 429 engines and getting over 670-hp! A little modern technology can go pretty far with these blasts from the past!
VIDEO: The 2011 Ford Mustang GT arrives with an all-new advanced 5.0-liter V-8 engine, developed by a passionate pile of enthusiastic engineers who rallied around the common goal of delivering more than 400 horsepower.
Vaughn Gittin Jr.recently unveiled his new 2011 Mustang, and Monster Energy Drink as his new sponser. This new super-sleek sliding ‘Stang will be the one he uses for the 2010 Formula Drift season.
There has been a lot of commotion recently about the possibility of a diesel-powered Mustang that Ford is developing for Europe. Most reports have alluded to actual plans Ford has and which existing powerplants would be used. Who is right?