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This site is dedicated to the iconic Ford Mustang from early development in 1962, first production car in 1964 and everything thereafter. We have gathered our collective knowledge from Mustangs we have owned and learned about over the years.
The month of March is here and what better to celebrate than a selection of green Mustangs for St. Patrick's Day.
1972 Mustang Mach1 351C Ram Air in medium lime metallic, this color was only used in 1972.
1966 GT350 in brilliant lime
This 66 Mustang GT350 (real or not) is still an eye catcher in this bright lime metallic with white stripes.
3 Bullits are better than one
Three Mustang Bullits, start with an original 68 highland green fastback, then add the two later Bullitt editions. This is a collection belonging to Chad McQueen
Video: Testing The New BOSS 302S!
The new BOSS 302S is coming and its packing a greater force than the highly anticipated BOSS 302 Laguna Seca Edition. The Boss 302S definitely keeps with the racing heritage of the Boss 302 namesake. The previous edition, the BOSS 302R is going to be replaced with the new 302S which will start the production process in the 2nd quarter of 2011. The Boss 302S is a track ready car, not street legal and will be the top dog of the Mustang models.
Ford is heavy on their track testing to achieve the most horsepower from this engine as they possibly can. The new BOSS 302S hitting the track in early 2012.