It took Ford less than two years to crank out a million Mustangs. That’s a lot. But precious few were decked out like Jim and Earla Turcich’s heartthrob 1966, with its K-code Hi-Performance 289 engine, Continue Reading….
Despite having said in previous occasions that putting a modern engine in a classic car is not one of my favorite options, the 2003 Ford Mustang Fastback ’65 Concept was the Mustang that made me Continue Reading….
The Mustang III had been built in the immediate aftermath of finalization of the design for the original Ford Mustang, the famed “1964-1/2″ to which no enthusiast needs an introduction. Robert McNamara was gone from Continue Reading….