A lot has changed in the past 50 years: world leaders, currencies, celebrities, bread prices and, of course, the Ford Mustang.  Since the days of LBJ’s administration, the iconic pony car has hit the highs of record sales and undeniable cultural relevance and the lows of performance-strangling emissions regulations and anemic power trains.  Five decades []

40,000 miles. That’s it. In the forty years that this blue Boss 302 has been around, it’s only been driven 43,002 miles. That’s gotta a be some type of record. Like all good barn finds, this classic was literally discovered in a bar after being tucked away sometime in the seventies. Apparently, the second owner []

If you ever wanted to own a classic Mustang, then this all-white 429 Boss will have you considering putting that dream house on hold. Maybe that’s a little over the top, likely stemming from my own growing appreciation for the car since I started writing for “The Mustang Source.” Hands down, the 429 Boss is []

A few months ago we told you about the lowest mileage Mustang Boss 429 on the planet going up for auction. It was an incredible example of the ultimate Mustang muscle car, extensively restored with just 97 miles on the odometer. Now we have yet another impressive Boss 429 set to cross the block, this []

And $145,00 is a price drop. The price was originally set at $189,000 but when it was listed on eBay, it was only bid up to $66,000. The plaque on the intake manifold states that this is car “MP 001,” making it the first 2013 Boss 302 Laguna Seca. It was originally owned by Ford’s []