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We finally get to see Jay Rowland’s labor of love. Check out our review of the movie Clutch.
Classic Ford Mustang to Participate in 2,400 Mile Road Rally in Dead of Winter!
In anticipation of the mission to conquer LeMans in the 2016 Ford GT, Ford has begun the arduous process of testing.
We should tell you that Alley is no stranger to the Mustang world. She has owned everything from a Fox-body 5.0L to a Shelby GT500.
Former Fox Body HOT ROD Flog Feature Car on eBay
We met up with Steeda Autosports for the 14th Annual Track Guys Performance Driving Event Sebring Sensation, where we were tossed the keys to the latest Pony.
Roy currently races 11.50 index at such local tracks as Cecil, Maple Grove, and Englishtown.
Ford Proves Its Flat-Plane-Crank Mustang GT350-R Is Still A Go For 2015
Rockwell Tools’ new MaxLithium impact wrench has many uses. Check it out here!
We’ve created a list of 10 wild engines for you to dig into. Check ’em out and let us know which one is your favorite.
All it takes is some planning, a bit of hands-on due diligence with your Mustang, and packing a few essentials to keep you.
Our list of picks for the top 20 bolt-on parts under $1,000 for the 1979-1993 Mustang.
We head out to Irwindale Dragstrip to check out the local Mustang action at the track!
Watch as we weld up the spider gears in Marge’s open diff, and then go have stupid, delinquent fun on some dirt roads around Southern California!
As people do with most rare cars, the couple kept this car completely stock, with just a mere 7,500 miles accumulated on the clock.
This 2012 5.0 is the fourth Mustang owned by Doug Johnson, and it's equipped with Ford's Premium Package.
If there’s one single tool that helps drivers bang gears on time, it’s a shift light.
This 1941 Ford pickup was finished in the nick of time to face some serious competition. If it had debuted at a small local show, the truck would have had an easy time overwhelming the rest of the field.
This isn’t your run-of-the-mill Fox-body ’vert. It has a 4.6L Three-Valve, with quite a few mods gracing the engine bay.
Gonzalez set out to build the show-stopping combination you see here. But before we delve into the combo, we should start at the beginning.