When the 2018 Ford Mustang arrives in October it will again offer the a collection of chrome exterior appearance features and interior upgrades known as the Pony Package. To be...

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Anyone who has driven the first generation Ford F-150 Raptor in years ago would have never believed the latest and greatest one yet would have a V6 under its hood...

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While we wait for the new power figures associated with the 2018 Mustang’s upgraded 2.3 liter EcoBoost engine, Ford has announced it will come standard with the same tire frying...

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With the refreshed Ford 2018 F-150 pickups due to go on sale in a short few months, official horsepower and torque specifications have been announced for its expanded array powertrains....

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It’s a little known fact that back in 1964 there was an independent rear suspension (IRS) designed for the Mustang by Carroll Shelby’s crew. It never eventuated, most probably due to budget constraits but the Original Crew who worked on the car has wondered all these years how well it would have worked. So they set about finding out.

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It’s a little known fact that back in 1964 there was an independent rear suspension (IRS) designed for the Mustang by Carroll Shelby’s crew. It never eventuated, most probably due to budget constraits but the Original Crew who worked on the car has wondered all these years how well it would have worked. So they set about finding out.

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The video maybe a few years old but it’s worth revisiting this incredible machine and what went into making it.

For those who don’t know, the The Villain is a custom built 1968 Ford Mustang. Built by Jason Engel and his amazing staff at Classic Recreations in Yukon, Oklahoma. The Mustang Villain is powered by Ford Racing’s 420-HP all-aluminum DOHC 5.0L Coyote engine, which will be mated to a Tremec T-56 Magnum six-speed manual transmission through a Centerforce DYAD.

Check it out!

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It’s not really a major update this week however the good news is the new Shelby hood and nose has arrived. It was only a few months ago that

I decided to give up on the Eleanor dream I had when I was a young adult and build a Shelby GT500 clone. Now we’re in the midst of gathering all the parts needed to press forward. A few weeks back we got the Shelby gauges. See them here..

Stay tuned as things should begin to progress faster as the months roll on this year.

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This past week I received a nice little package from the guys at Classic Recreations, my Carroll Shelby signature Shelby gauges, in KPH. (hey, i live in Australia!). They are something I’ve talked about quite a bit and whilst I already purchased a great set of Autometer gauges quite a few years ago I just could not pass up the opportunity to have these guys in my car. Check them out after below.

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Ford has announced that the Shelby GT350 and GT350R Mustang will carry over into the 2018 model year but without all the changes and updates made to the 2018 Mustang....

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