Check out the priceless look on this dad's face when reunited with his first car after 24 years.
God help us for posting about another Mustang iteration, but with Ford's commitment to bring a variant of the Pony car to market each year, it was simply a matter of time before the rumors began to swirl. This newest one, courtesy of MustangEvolution, contends that a revival of the Mach 1 is due out sometime in 2009.
Barrett-Jackson and Mustangs seem to go hand-in-hand, especially special edition Mustangs. We just told you about the one-off Roush BlackJack Mustang convertible that will be going across the block, and there was the pair of bitchin' OCC Eleanor GT500 E Mustangs that set Westworld rockin' in January, only to be topped by the pair of black Bosses a little while later. And who can forget the other Shelby specials that have brought outrageous amounts for the right to get car number one? The first G
Matt Rigney did it again. Just like last year, Matt went through the catalog for the upcoming Barrett-Jackson auction and found all of the Mustangs (and Cobras) for his website, Mustang Heaven. Recognizing how tedious it was to search the entire six days worth of lots for his beloved 'Stangs, Rigney went through and collected the links for each one and consolidated them into one list available on his site. More than one hundred of Ford's finest pony cars will be crossing the block this year, inc
With Ford readying one or more special-edition Mustangs to slot in between the GT and the Shelby GT500, there is a need for an engine that will bridge the gap between the SOHC 4.6L's 300 HP, and the supercharged DOHC 5.4L's 500 HP. And it's impossible to ignore the fact that the Mustang GT will soon be bringing a knife to the gunfight, with both the Chevy Camaro and Dodge Challenger threatening to hit the streets with over 400 HP.
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