Ford Racing is getting more serious than ever with how it is boosting the new Mustang’s performance.
The details are in on the 2015 Roush Mustang lineup and they’re even hotter than we expected. Actually, it really shouldn’t come as a surprise given the performance company’s history with the Ford pony car.
There are going to be some Mustang fans who aren’t going to like the new model regardless of what people say about it, and to some degree, I get it, but I still think Ford nailed it.
There have been a lot of great movie Mustangs, but not many of them have their own special edition. Steve McQueen’s Highland Green 1968 GT390 2+2 fastback from Bullitt is that kind of movie Mustang.
How has the Dodge Challenger become the most technological, forward-thinking, reasonably-priced car out there? Let me explain what I mean.