Finishing Up the Project 1968 Ford Mustang Convertible05/20/15 ,via Mustangs and Fords Magazine
Texas, I could barely believe my eyes: Project 1968 Ford Mustang convertible was done, and it was unbelievable. Editor Kinnan’s Hoofbeat’s column in last month’s issue talked about building it yourself versus buying a finished car outright ...
1967 Ford Mustang Hardtop Convertible Could be Yours for $65k05/12/14 ,via Carscoops
The 1967 Ford Mustang Hardtop Convertible is no stranger to our site as we've featured this unique creation before, when it was listed for sale back in 2009 ... decided to kill the project. Smith abruptly retired from Ford in 1968, but some three decades ...
The Ford Mustang Wasn't The First Pony Car12/02/13 ,via Automobile
Chrysler launched the Plymouth Barracuda in the marketplace on April 1, 1964, technically beating the Ford Mustang ’s official on-sale date ... the Tarpon project began in early 1963. “Management expressed interest in a new car with a sports flair ...
50 nifty things you may not know about the Mustang04/11/14 ,via Automotive News
Ford Motor Co. built two midengine Mustang-badged concept cars: the 1962 Mustang 1 and the 1968 Mach ... and north Texas Ford dealer, paid $300,000 to secure the first retail production unit of the 2015 Mustang GT when it goes on sale this fall.
Would you buy a 'Super Mustang'? Design innovator Henrik Fisker returns with a 'Rocket' car (video)11/21/14 ,via OregonLive
Danish car designer ... said the "Rocket" is "a project born out of passion, it's a dream come true, to have the opportunity to 'touch' a Mustang and apply my design ideas to it." The designer is reportedly a big fan of the 1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500.