I was only speaking with Jason from Classic-Recreations a few weeks back when he told me he had a few cars headed for Australia, but apart from that I have not seen any of them until now. I stumbled upon what seems to be a video of Classic-Recreations workers test driving the RHD car for their client
It’s not too often you come across a review of a car that is 45 years old so when I found this great video I had to share it with you all. Fitness Professional and car enthusiast, Rob Riches, gets behind the wheel of a nice blue 1967 GT Fastback and takes us on a cruise around sunny California.
The Barrett-Jackson 7th annual Palm Beach Collector Car Auction is upon us again. Taking place at the Americraft Expo center at the South Florida Fairgrounds in West Palm Beach the auction again has no shortage of quality Mustangs to take a look at.
The interest in the post I made about Richard’s 1967 Shelby Super Snake Eleanor has been astounding. It seems his car is loved by a lot of people, and it’s no wonder so many people have commented by asking if it is for sale. Well I though I would post an update to let you all know that it is FOR SALE! for a cool $250,000 big ones.
This is not entirely Mustang related but all car enthusiasts should appreciate this. This has to be the most amazing private car collection I have ever seen. Yes it’s a private collection, owned by a figure that goes by the name of ‘The Sultan of Michigan’. The whereabouts and ownership of the collection are two things that the owner prefers to keep private. Check out the video after the jump
It may sound like an absurd thing to say but I believe there was actually a few good things to come from the company that was Unique Performance, mainly helping to commercialise the whole idea of Eleanor builds and also bringing a few new products to the market including Carrol Shelby Signature seats, Shelby Shifters, Pedals and of course the now very rare Carroll Shelby signature gauges.
It seems Twitter has taken off, so to make posts more accessible to those commuting with their phones and Blackberrys and not able to or wanting to get online, I’ve now added a Twitter function to the site.
Notice anything different? I’ve finally managed to have the site upgraded to something a bit better looking and more manageable. It’s been a long time coming. Apart from the look the site now has better ways of managing images, posts and user comments which I’m sure all of you will notice.