So one of the problems of late has been the whole projector headlight fitting issue. The problem was I waited so long for these custom headlights which came as 7″ only to find that once installed they were too large. We needed the Shelby 5 3/4″ headlights.
The company alleges that this is the first Mustang convertible to roll off the production line and was the first ever sold having been delivered one day before the official launch date of the Ford Mustang.
So who says that 1967 and 1968 Ford Mustang Fastbacks are hard to find? I’ve recently come across this Australian site, Australian Muscle Cars, who have a great deal of inventory of 1967 and 1968 Mustangs including a 1967 Shelby GT350, 1968 Shelby GT500 and a 1968 Shelby GT500KR.
There seems to be a lot of accusations flying around in the ongoing saga of the demise of Unique Performance, and at the center of it is Douglas Hasty, the CEO and founder of the company.
In an article with the Dallas Morning News Hasty defended his actions stating “I have a vehicle for every single deposit a customer has given us” and that he also was in possession of
I stumbled across this interesting article about an all electric Ronaele (Eleanor spelt backwards) Mustang.
The Mustangs come in two versions, the 300e and the 600e. I can only guess the 600e has more um… kilowatts?
In all seriousness these cars still have quite a bit of power with the 600e having more than 2,000 ft. lbs of torque. 300e’s top speed is going to be around 150 mph, but the ratios can be changed to bump it to over 200. Autoblog says “A full charge
Apparently over in the US (where most of you probably are) the first teaser trailer for NBC’s revamp of the show Knight Rider aired during a commercial break in one of your football matches (Sunday Night Football yesterday, Redskins vs Vikings to be exact)
You may have heard of Galpin Auto Sports from MTV’s hit show Pimp My Ride. The company, which has been around since the 40’s, has produced a one of ‘Galpanized’ Mustang convertible that is to be given as part of Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Charity’s Warriors in Pink sweepstakes.