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owned by an original race team crew member, but in storage for 30 years because, you know "I’m going to restore it one day" and finally he sold it to an enthusiast who DID restore it and got it on the track again

January 26th, 2018 by admin

a K code – hi po 289, the biggest and best FoMoCo had to install in the Mustang, and these K code Mustang’s had the fender badge that said High Performance 289

On the Mustang order form, the K-code was a $276 option package. It got you a 289 cubic-inch high-performance engine and 9 months knocked off the factory warranty.

the other Bullitt Mustang has come out of hiding. Last year a junkyard in Mexico was found to be hiding one, now, the one Steve McQueen tried to get back has finally been let out of the secret place it had been kept out of the world’s sight

January 15th, 2018 by admin

the surviving Bullitt car, the one McQueen had tried to buy back had been bought from the studio by
Frank Marranca, a police detective, who bought the car from the studio in 1971 with a letter from Ford certifying that the Mustang with VIN 8R02S125559 had been purchased by Solar Productions for the movie.

Marranca shipped the car to New Jersey, and along the way, the shift knob and the aftermarket wood steering wheel were stolen. When Marranca’s growing family needed a station wagon, he put the otherwise untouched car up for sale.

An ad on page 121 of the October 1974 issue of Road and Track magazine read: “1968 ‘Bullett’ [sic] MUSTANG driven by McQueen in the movie…Can be documented. Best offer.”

A man from Madison, New Jersey, saw the ad. He had always wanted a ’68 Mustang fastback, so he bought the Bullitt car for $6000

The third buyer, one Bob Kiernan, fell hard for his new car and when he got a company car, his wife drove the Mustang to her teaching job at a nearby school.

some cool cars were lost in the fires

December 18th, 2017 by admin

Well, shoot, I wouldn’t want one, but… I gotta say, this is a pretty cool idea

October 30th, 2017 by admin

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Well, shoot, I wouldn’t want one, but… I gotta say, this is a pretty cool idea

Good news, and more evidence that quickly posting a "Be On The Lookout" on social media can be more effective that filing a police report that is tossed into a filing cabinet

August 4th, 2017 by admin

Dwight Sanders is a truck driver and was on the road in Kentucky last week when his neighbor called to tell him that someone broke into his place, and stole his dead wife’s Mustang

He and his wife, Dolores, bought the car brand new in 2011 and worked on customizing it for years after. Dolores died in 2014 from cervical cancer. Sanders says the Mustang is more than just a car, it’s the last memory he has of his wife.

“It was me and my wife’s project,” said Sanders. “She was a wonderful person, everybody loved her. She never made an enemy. She was just a great person.”

He immediately posted photos of the Mustang on facebook, and within days the car was spotted 70 miles away. Police were sent to verify and arrest the perp.

https://www.click2houston.com/news/facebook-post-helps-lead-police-to-stolen-ford-mustang
http://www.thedrive.com/news/13155/man-uses-facebook-to-track-down-deceased-wifes-stolen-ford-mustang-gt

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Good news, and more evidence that quickly posting a "Be On The Lookout" on social media can be more effective that filing a police report that is tossed into a filing cabinet

the 2015 Mustang had a Hollywood walk of fame reveal back in 2013, and even did the Gruaman’s Theater cement bit

June 25th, 2017 by admin

they had this Stang roll onto wet cement and leaves its tire tracks like hand prints of a star

http://carzhunt.blogspot.com/2013/12/more-on-2015-mustang-reveal.html

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the 2015 Mustang had a Hollywood walk of fame reveal back in 2013, and even did the Gruaman’s Theater cement bit

A hardtop convertible to make a fastback, I think I posted about this years ago, but I can’t find it

June 25th, 2017 by admin

and these are probably better looking photos than whatever I might have posted before anyway

http://carzhunt.blogspot.com/2013/12/more-on-2015-mustang-reveal.html

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A hardtop convertible to make a fastback, I think I posted about this years ago, but I can’t find it

interesting paint job

May 7th, 2017 by admin

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interesting paint job

Mach 1, seeing how much dust it can accumulate

March 20th, 2017 by admin

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Mach 1, seeing how much dust it can accumulate

1984 GT 350 Mustang, the 20th Anniversary Special

March 12th, 2017 by admin

Ford execs apparently didn’t have any big plans to make a big splash for the Mustang’s 20th birthday, but cranked out 350 1984 20th Anniversary G.T. 350s that carried a lot of options to make them unique — including the G.T 350 moniker made famous by Carroll Shelby in the late 1960s.

The trouble with the plan was that Shelby owned the rights to the G.T. 350 name. And no way he was going to waste that legacy on a turbo four with 145 hp

Ford didn’t think they’d have to give way, and were wrong. They had screwed a lot of small people through the years (intermittent wipers for example) but hadn’t tangled with a legend like Shelby before. Hell, they used him to teach Enzo a lesson, you’d think they would have realized he wasn’t going to take any shit from them.

Carroll didn’t use the GT 350 badge until 2011, when the car was finally competitive.

http://www.oldcarsweekly.com/car-of-the-week/car-of-the-week-1984-ford-mustang-g-t-350
https://www.thoughtco.com/1984-ford-mustang-anniversary-edition-gt350-2464614

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1984 GT 350 Mustang, the 20th Anniversary Special