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7 new things Mustang enthusiasts can look forward to

As Mustang reaches 60 years old, there are no signs of slowing down for the iconic muscle car. Here are 7 things Ford announced at its recent Mustang 60 get-together.

It’s National Mustang Day! What’s Your Favorite Generation?

Seven generations and numerous variants of the Ford Mustang have been produced since its debut in 1964. What's your favorite?

Live chat: Miatas, Mustangs and more for new SCCA Club Spec program

The SCCA has chosen the NC Miata and 2005-’09 S197 Ford Mustang for its new Club Spec Classes.

You Need This: 5.0-liter Mustang LX notchback with a stick

Think finding a clean 5.0-liter Mustang LX is impossible? This '89 notchback for sale says otherwise.

IMSA to debut new single-make series using the Mustang in 2024

Owners of the Ford Mustang Dark Horse R can go racing with IMSA in 2024.

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Features: The adventure of Uncle Mike’s 1979 Ford Mustang

This Fox-body Mustang leaves a lasting impression wherever it goes, whether it's on twentysomethings, French Soldiers or perhaps even you.

Buyer's Guides: S197 Ford Mustang Buyer's Guide: The best bang for the buck?

The S197 Ford Mustang has plenty to offer, and here's what you need to know to make them even better.

Features: How to assemble a race-ready drivetrain

Assembling a drivetrain for a race car? Here's when you can save a few bucks–and when you shouldn't.

Features: How to stitch together a bulletproof rear end

Items left on our Mustang’s to-do list: Source a rear axle and properly suspend it.

Features: #TBT | Rallying a Mustang with a 6.3-liter engine

Because driving a 5.0-powered Mustang in rally event isn't extreme enough.

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How we transformed our classic Mustang's brake system for track duty

We replaced the stock drums with Cobra Automotive’s HSR-legal disc brake kit–basically a duplicate of the parts used by Trans-Am teams back in the day–but we still needed …

The extra steps we took to avoid an overheating race car

All engines create heat. Race engines create even more heat. So we needed to assemble a cooling system that could handle our needs, especially down here in the South. 

Back …

How detailing can make a mediocre paint job look better

After working on our Mustang for the better part of a year, it was truly a mess: grease, dirt and overspray.

We asked our detailing wiz, Tim …

Why we put special fluids in our Mustang race car

Racing is hard on fluids, so we needed to choose some specialized products for our Mustang race car.

For the engine, we turned …

How to choose the right fuel for a race engine?

Our Mustang is so close to starting that we can taste it. But before we could fire it up, we needed something: fuel.

We turned to the

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Ford Mustang Readers' Rides

Jun 02, 2024 by RacingComputers
2005 None 2005

Too much Money invested to ever get it back

Apr 14, 2024 by cegrover
1970 None Mustang Grande

351C - originally H-code (2 barrel), but running 4-barrel heads, mild cam and Edelbrock 4 barrel carb, as well as headers and MSD ignition. Born with a 4-speed toploader, but …

Nov 12, 2023 by Maniac20
2022 None Mach 1

2022 Mach 1 Track Package - Roll Cage and more!

Nov 12, 2023 by Maniac20
2022 None Mach 1

2022 Mach 1 Track Package - Roll Cage and more!

Apr 02, 2023 by AndersonB
2014 None GT

Mods - Handling Cortex Street Adj LCAs with relocation brackets Vorshalg StreetPro suspension(Bilstien shocks/struts, Eibach pro springs, Vorshlag C/C plates) Whiteline adj swaybars and adj panhard bar Cortex 25mm spacers …

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