Stock Mustangs? We love ’em. Bored and stroked out Mustangs? Twice as nice. This ’67 GT500 is one of the quickest in its game and also one of the most beautiful. It’s got a 351 Windsor engine borrowed from a Dodge Dart – it demolishes the quarter mile. Not only does it go, it’s got looks to match and looks to be in pristine condition. Judge it for yourself, right here:
We’re bringing you an oldie but goodie today on this fine Monday. This 900-HP Mustang EcoBoost was one of the main attractions from the 2015 SEMA show. Like most of the amazing rides that show up to Vegas, it’s not simply stock. This Ford was tuned by Bisimoto: a company known for its prowess in extracting huge power numbers from four-cylinder engines. Check out some of the key specs that make this Mustang really run:
Now that winter is in full swing, Ford is breaking out the big guns to help customers clear those driveways and neighborhoods. Ford’s F-Series Super Duty, including the F-250 and F-350, are now available with a Snow Plow Prep Package which has a best-in-class rating of 1,400 pounds for the gas model. The diesel version is good for about 1,290 pounds.
Engine choices include the third-gen 6.7-liter Power Stroke diesel V8 with 475-hp and 1,050 lb-ft of torque, or the 7.3-liter V8 gas engine with 430-hp and 475 lb-ft. Interested in the Snow Prep Package? It’s only available with the 4×4 pickups. Check it out, right here.
When Craig Morrison of Art Morrison Enterprises saw this 1950 Chevy pickup he bought it on the spot. The 3100 Series is a quintessential American Farm truck and this one (pictured above) was just wasting away in disrepair. This pickup has been restored with special attention to the chassis. Thanks to Morrison, this little farm truck has been given a second chance at life – all in its original style. From the interior design to the exterior paint, this truck’s heritage is very intact.
Get the entire Morrison Farm Truck story right here:
Although this sneak peak of the 2021 Ford Bronco isn’t revealing any groundbreaking changes anticipated for the SUV, we appreciate the intell nonetheless. The images reveal a round headlight that draws design inspo from the classic Bronco SUV. Other features are modern touches like slender, vertical orange turn signals that will be unique in Ford’s lineup.
Luckily for us, a member of the Bronco6G forum has created renderings of the new Bronco to date which featured the new headlight design. The 3D models were made by forum member TopRecon and show the SUV as a two-door model. It’s unknown whether the Bronco will be exclusively four-door. Based off these renderings, it looks like the Ford Bronco might be coming for Jeep with this design. More to come.