Mustang Themed Reality TV Show Begins To Gain Support

It’s something I know I’ve always wished for though thought it could never happen, a Mustang themed reality TV show. But things may be about to change. R&A Motorsports have come up with a pilot for a series they call ‘American Pony Builders‘ hosted by R&A Motorsports shop manager Jeff Yergovich The show will be based around Yergovich giving an insight into the restorations and projects they have going on, along with inside tips for all mustang owners of vintage to late models. “We will show some great power and handling upgrades, how to restore parts correctly, racing, auctions (do’s and dont’s, and the excitement that goes with getting your dream car), the worlds best car shows (and what it takes to put one together), what it takes to develop a specialty Mustang and then market it. You will meet people from the Mustang press. Are you getting the theme? It’s about you and your car. It’s about what we do with the worlds greatest production automobile and the story that goes with it.” Yergovich said. Take a look at the trailer below and see what you think. Spread the word and cross your fingers this goes into production. It looks like a fantastic show.


5 thoughts on “Mustang Themed Reality TV Show Begins To Gain Support

  1. I hope this isn’t a sick joke. If it is I don’t think any Mustang enthusiast would find it funny. How fantastic would this be! Thanks for the info and PLEASE keep us posted.

  2. I love it. I,ve had the privlege of watching professionals build my car and i could watch it over and over again, this program makes me feel like i would be reliving the dream all over again.Hope we get it over here in OZ.

  3. Our dream come true ! I never seen a car show that devotes more than 5-10 minutes to our lovely ponies and it looks that finally our Mustangs will get the credit they deserve!Please keep us posted , Thanks!!!!!!!!!

  4. If this is going to happen I seriously just died and went to Heaven. Mustangs are the sweetest ride to ever hit American roads. I have personally owned three so far. 1970 Fastback, 1996 Cobra and now a 1967 Fastback which I am currently trying to restore, but do to the economy and other financial crap, the car has been garaged. I live and breath Mustangs, I always have and I always will. Do they need projects for the show? Id be willing to lend out my pony to get some work done… LOL. Anyway I CAN NOT wait for this show to air.

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