There hasn’t been much new info lately regarding ordering and pricing for the 2020 GT500, and Ford has still yet to officially release pricing or open order banks, but an M6G member brings us some updates.

According to this update, GT500 order banks are scheduled to open month and pricing is also expected to be released in June. Catch the rest of the info and discussions inside.

This is definitely not your typical matchup, but is a deserving watch nonetheless. The guys at Throttle House compare the Mustang Bullitt versus the Civic Type R.

The two cars may differ much in looks, specs and culture, but they share one thing — delivering lots of driving thrills, just in different ways. Check out the video review inside of these two impressive vehicles.

This is definitely not your typical matchup, but is a deserving watch nonetheless. The guys at Throttle House compare the Mustang Bullitt versus the Civic Type R.

The two cars may differ much in looks, specs and culture, but they share one thing — delivering lots of driving thrills, just in different ways. Check out the video review inside of these two impressive vehicles.

Crashes at the Green Hell are common, though this is the first time we’ve seen a GT350 crash captured on video.

It’s a painful watch, but a reminder that tracking comes with risks, without which of course tracking wouldn’t be near as fun. It’s also set off a debate on the forums as to the reason for the crash — theories run from driver error to the type of wheels. What’s your take?

We’ve just spied the 2020 Shelby GT500 Mustang testing in Dearborn in the bold new Grabber Lime and the ever-popular Race Red!

This not only gives us another real-world look at the Grabber Lime GT500 cruising the streets but also shows us the Race Red GT500 with over-the-top racing and rocker stripes.

See the full gallery in the forums.

Continue reading “Spied: 2020 Shelby GT500 in Grabber Lime and Race Red” »

The 2020 GT500 Mustang would draw attention on the streets in any color, but put two of them together in Grabber Lime and Velocity Blue colors and cellphones are sure to be out.

That’s the scene captured in these videos when two GT500s were spotted on the streets and highways in Michigan, giving us some listens and  looks at the 2020 GT500 in motion.

Continue reading “2020 GT500 in Grabber Lime and Velocity Blue Captured on Streets in Videos” »

The 2020 GT500 Mustang would draw attention on the streets in any color, but put two of them together in Grabber Lime and Velocity Blue colors and cellphones are sure to be out.

That’s the scene captured in these videos when two GT500s were spotted on the streets and highways in Michigan, giving us some listens and  looks at the 2020 GT500 in motion.

Continue reading “2020 GT500 in Grabber Lime and Velocity Blue Captured on Streets in Videos” »

Don’t need to run both cats with your aftermarket exhaust? ARMYTRIX has introduced their decat / catback exhaust with remote valvetronic function.

Offered in both dual and quad tipped versions, the ARMYTRIX Mustang GT exhaust systems drops one cat for more flow and also weigh less than OEM exhaust. The systems are fabricated from T304 stainless steel and TIG welding.

Continue reading “ARMYTRIX Decat / CatBack Valvetronic Exhaust for Mustang GT” »

Don’t need to run both cats with your aftermarket exhaust? ARMYTRIX has introduced their decat / catback exhaust with remote valvetronic function.

Offered in both dual and quad tipped versions, the ARMYTRIX Mustang GT exhaust systems drops one cat for more flow and also weigh less than OEM exhaust. The systems are fabricated from T304 stainless steel and TIG welding.

Continue reading “ARMYTRIX Decat / CatBack Valvetronic Exhaust for Mustang GT” »

Check out this partially camouflaged Mustang prototype recently spotted. What do you think it is?

This prototype wears manufacturer plates so it’s by Ford, and the spotter who recorded the videos (view all the videos inside) confirms that it’s a V8. It also appears to feature flared front fenders and there is what looks to be some badging at the bottom of the driver door. See what other members think it may be and share your guess inside.

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