GT-350-R (einvented)

Let’s not mix words. This may be the most exotic, naturally aspirated engine ever created for a car with an MSRP below $100k.

How do you live up to a legend? The 289 from the original Mustang GT350 is iconic. Revered. Read more

1979 Mustang Turbo Pace Car – 2,700 Original Miles – Gallery

The 1979 Mustang Pace car is one of the most popular and researched car on this site. The word fanatic accurately describes the following for this car. That makes it even more exciting for us – to be a part of an original Pace Car now for sale. Did we mention it has less than 2,700 miles? Read more

Installing a Turbo-Back Exhaust on 2.3L EcoBoost Mustang



This is a fantastic video demonstrating installation tips and tricks for the 2015 2.3L EcoBoost Mustang. As noted in the video, these aftermarket exhaust systems will not reproduce the typical V8 rumble, but that’s ok.

Does a Turbo 4 Cylinder Belong in a Mustang?

The current landscape of muscle machinery is not crowded with micro motors. Hellcats and SCAT Packs flank one side while fire breathing LSX combos are shoved into just about everything else. Even imports with an eye on the muscle crown are embracing platforms with 6 or more cylinders. So, is a Turbo-4 the right choice for a Mustang? Read more

Coyote Swapped Fox Body

Take a super clean Fox, dip it in a beautiful coat of pearl, smooth the engine bay, dress up a perfect black interior and you will always capture our attention. Oh, and did we mention the Coyote 5.0 swap? Read more

1979 Mustang Pace Car Video Page : 1

We love a clean pony, especially one with low miles. What is the secret for finding and keeping low mile collectible cars? Read more

Shelby GT350R Hot Laps

No Music. No blabbing. No bullshit. Read more