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Ford just did the impossible and figured out how to make the iconic Mustang even better

On Tuesday, Ford announced plans to introduce a new Mustang complete with a hybrid drivetrain in 2020.
You read that right.
MUSTANG. HYBRID.

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Watch Jay Leno Drive This Custom 1,000-HP 1969 Chevy Camaro

Simply throwing a massive motor and better brakes into an old muscle car is a semi-decent formula for bringing a classic back to life, but there's something about a completely detail-oriented retro-mod build that really gets the blood flowing. And it's hard to find a better example of that sort of breed than the flawlessly fixed-up '69 Camaro seen here in the most recent Jay Leno's Garage video.

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My Ride: Restoring America's First Muscle Car

Curt Brohard and his brother Allan took 20 years to restore a rare surviving 1906 Stanley steam-powered car. The year this car was built, a Stanley steamer set the world’s land-speed record of over 127 miles an hour.

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ProMedia Unveils 2017 NMCA, NMRA, LSX Challenge Class Rosters

ProMedia Events & Publishing, the parent company of the NMCA, NMRA, and the LSX Challenge Series, have revealed their championship and speciality class lineups for the 2017 season, which will once again feature many of the traditional heads-up and index classes that have put each of the series on the map over the years.

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Iconic American muscle car, Ford Mustang, to go electric

One of America’s most cherished muscle cars is going electric — the Ford Mustang. Ford announced plans Tuesday to make a hybrid version of the Mustang that will be powered by electric motors as well as a gasoline engine.

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The Easiest Classic Muscle Cars To Be Restored!

Owning a classic muscle car is an investment not everyone can achieve. Yet if you want to live the American dream you owe it to yourself to own one. One of the most important aspects of owning the muscle car of your dreams is to be able to restore it when necessary.

 

Ford Mustang 1965-1970

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If your muscle car is a classic 1965-1970 Ford Mustang, you'll find it is one of the easiest to maintain. Restoring this car means you may need to purchase the exact same sheet metal it was originally built with. Don't waste your time running from auto shop to auto shop searching for the parts you need, as you can get them online.

 

Chevy Camaro 1967-1969

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The 1967-1969 Chevy Camaro is also easy to restore, since you can get a full interior set for it in the colors that we all loved in the 1960's.


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Ford Mustang beats Chevy Camaro, Dodge Challenger in March 2017 Sales

The Ford Mustang beat the Chevrolet Camaro and the Dodge Challenger the 5th month in a row and the 27th time in the past 29 months, allowing the Motor Company to continue to lead the muscle car segment as it climbs out of the slow winter months.

 

 

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6 thoughts on “Ford Mustang beats Chevy Camaro, Dodge Challenger in March 2017 Sales”


  1. Built for the European market with the styling. I think it lost most of the reto look. Nice car though, kind of cramped quarters for large adults.

  2. that’s a lot of mustangs to beat on the strip. Chevy and mopars will take care of that


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