There have been numerous spy photos and videos of the upcoming Mustang GT350 swirling around the interwebs, so we have a rough idea of the monster’s eventual production looks.

This is the story about one man who discovered his pre-production 1964 Mustang was once Henry Ford II’s personal car.

I’d rather the Mustang not return to Le Mans. What I want Ford to do is bring back the GT40 for another go.

With news that the 2015 Mustang has kicked into full production, it won’t be long before you see it on the streets, or better yet, in your driveway.

I’d say it’s just around the 30-second mark when you realize that this is going to end up bad … very bad.