Archive for April, 2011

The “Boss is Back”, and Ford Racing Performance Parts has added the engine from the 2012 Mustang Boss 302 to its crate engine line-up. The engine, part # : M-6007-M50B, produces 444 horsepower and 380 lb./ft. torque with features like CNC ported cylind…

Lawmakers Acknowledge Importance of Collection and Restoration of Historic and Classic Cars
Washington, D.C. (April 15, 2011) — The United States Senate passed Senate Resolution 154 (S. Res. 154) at the request of the Specialty Equipment Market Associ…

Action sports icon Brian Deegan has partnered with Ford Racing to compete in multiple action motorsports platforms.

Deegan will compete in short course Pro 2 in a Ford Raptor in the Lucas Oil Off Road Series and will drive …


Ford Images creates a special, limited-time promotion for 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 owners – specialized prints that match their vehicle’s color, framed and mounted with a customized VIN plate

In celebration of the launch of the 2012 Ford…

I love a bit of history so here’s a Mustang find I just had to post about. Here we have an original unrestored 1969 Boss 429 Mustang. What’s more it’s a sought after S engine version. The car was bought from it’s original owner who had stored it in his garage with only 4,405 miles […]

Bazooka NOS8 8-Inch Nitrous Bottle

Sunday, April 10th, 2011

Here’s a cool piece of kit that has two functions. It’s a subwoofer that is styled on a Nitrous Oxide Bottle. It’s called the Bazooka NOS8 and is an Eight-inch passive Bass Tube enclosure with nitrous-oxide tube design. IT can handle 150w and includes tank, cosmetic nozzle, braided line speaker wire, and mounting kit. The […] Back in Business

Wednesday, April 6th, 2011

StangSuspension is back in business and ready to help you take your Mustang to the next level. Our new and interactive website features thousands of the most popular and hard to find Mustang suspension parts. You’ll find the top brands from St…

A few years back I posted about Jay Leno’s 1965 Shelby GT350. Though I never posted this little update from Jay. Last year Carroll Shelby himself visted Jay and spoke briefly about how they named the now famous GT350. He also Jumps in and signs the dash making an already rare care even more collectible. […]


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