Rusty bubble redux on muh 2 year old Mustang ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Recently we were thrown the keys to a Steeda Q500, it’s pretty special and deserved a decent photo shoot.
Director David Gelb Jiro Dreams of Sushi tackles another venerable, beloved, and long-standing institution: the Mustang, crown jewel of the Ford fleet. As the fiftieth anniversary of the Mustang approaches and the US car industry is just emerging from the ravages of the Great Recession, Ford launches what is only its…
2006 Ford Mustang GT300
Test drove the 2018 Mustang GT with the 10 speed and I was super impressed! It was a bare bones base model and it didn’t matter, Ford really hit this one out of the park. Hands down my absolute favorite car I have driven in all these years.
It will be a base model with the 10 speed auto, no performance pack because that’s the only inventory locally available. Ever since I test drove the new Camaro 8 speed a while back I have been wanting to compare it to the main competition. The reviews I have been watching/reading these last few days have been very…
Holy crap, three years on Oppo and I haven’t even introduced my daily driver!
My grandfather bought this car from Red Holman Pontiac in Westland, Michigan 25 years ago today, July 22nd, 1993. It will never leave this family.
Mustangs get hit by a car pulling out of a Cars & Coffee.
One one hand, an engine just needs sufficient air, fuel, and spark to run. But on the other hand, a modern car has so many engine management bits doing so many things at once, it’s easy to get lost trying to diagnose a problem. That’s where this book comes in handy...
A Handy flowchart for all the Mustang Bros to use at their next Cars & Coffee.
My collection of Lego Speed Stars kits:
We will be selling our Escort and this 2000 Mustang GT will be our new ride to fame and glory. It belonged to a friend of mine and was very well maintained. Only the paint was showing some fade due to Georgia sun and Ford quality.
For kids there was a bounce castle and a playground, for dads there were a lot of cars and planes. And for moms, well, they were just happy the kids and dads had somewhere to play.
I am sifting through old Korean and Nam war collections for M37 pictures. I’ve found a lot of them in the background and are unlabeled. So unless you go through them all nobody will ever see them.