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Mustangs, Shelbys, and Ford Classics decorate Santa Monica Pier for the 2016 Tony Sousa Car Show.
A detailed look at Billy Driscoll’s new Ultra Street engine build.
If there’s one thing about NMRA Pure Street racer Mike Gucciardo we like, it’s the fact that he doesn’t give up.
The car is a 1966 coupe with the numbers-matching 289, which Ruby just rebuilt this past summer.
There is something to be said for an enthusiast who builds an outstanding car.
OPTIMA's Search for the Ultimate Street Car, presented by Advance Auto Parts, rolled into New Orleans in mid-September.
The first-ever Cougar built is coming to the 2017 Carlisle Ford Nationals.
After our Great Alaska adventure, we had another 6,000 miles to get our 1965 Mustang back home to South Carolina.
The suspension innovators at Steeda are close to unveiling the company’s new road racer.
It is impossible to believe the redesigned S550 Mustang is now entering its third year of production at Ford’s Flat Rock, Michigan, assembly plant.
The adopted Mustang of the family is a 2011 GT/CS that has been modified throughout and is called Born Free.
The NMRA is opening up the rule book for a special Outlaw True Street class at its All-Ford World Finals.
Joe Caldwell’s goal is to go in the 6s at more than 200 mph and accomplish a goal that “Racin’ Jason” Betwarda planned on running, but tragically passed away before doing so.
Steeda Autosports’ Scott Boda knows how to get down the track in his 1990 Ford Mustang LX!
When Tim Spencer of Pelham, Alabama decided to build his latest hot rod he knew it would be based on a Ford product
When anyone asks this author what year Fox Mustang should they buy, one of my first answers is a 1989 model.
The highly anticipated ModNationals featured passes down its famous ‘strip, but it also included a car show, no time grudge racing, and a mobile chassis dyno.
Save your sanity (and your ears) while working with air tools.
A detailed look at Mike Clay’s 1981 six-cylinder coupe.
Our attention turned solely to the dragstrip as Drag Week concludes.