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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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Mach 1, seeing how much dust it can accumulate

March 20th, 2017 by admin

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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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Marti confirms one of the Bullitt Mustangs has been found in Mexican junkyard

March 7th, 2017 by admin

The car was discovered last year in Baja California Sur by Hugo Sanchez, rotting away no drivetrain. Legend had it that the film’s primary stunt car had been sent to the junkyard shortly after filming was complete.

Sanchez brought it to a Mexicali custom car shop owned by his friend, Ralph Garcia, Jr., to have it turned into a clone of the similarly-famous “Eleanor” Mustang from the film “Gone in 60 Seconds,” but first sent for a Marti report.

Marti is certain that the VIN plate is original, and he also cross-checked the dates stamped onto the car’s original body panels, some of which were beyond easy repair and had been removed. A few of the modifications made to the car for filming have been preserved, including strut tower reinforcements and holes drilled into the trunk for auxiliary power cables.

A frenzy for all things “Bullitt” should be in full swing by next year, the 50th anniversary of the film’s debut.

http://www.foxnews.com/auto/2017/03/06/ford-mustang-found-in-mexican-junkyard-is-from-bullitt-expert-confirms.html
http://forums.vintage-mustang.com/vintage-mustang-forum/1037026-what-thought-lost-now-found-3.html

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Marti confirms one of the Bullitt Mustangs has been found in Mexican junkyard

back in the good old days when high schoolers could often buy a cool car with a job at the gas station

February 28th, 2017 by admin

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1965 or 66 Mustang someone labeled with SS GT

January 14th, 2017 by admin

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1965 or 66 Mustang someone labeled with SS GT