Arguably one of the best aspects of Mustangs through the years is the fact that they are infinitely customizable. It’s easy to find mods and custom parts for even the older Mustang Models — and what you can’t find, it’s easy to fabricate. That is just what Glen Martyn did with this truly unique 1966 Mustang Fastback model that he’s owned for more than two decades.
Well we can’t really remember when I updated you all on my very own project car. After packing up shop in Australia and moving to London, England it’s been slow going on the restoration front. However just this past week I’ve finally progressed a little. Given it’s only been purchasing of the air conditioning solution but any progress is good progress. Right?
We don’t often see genuine Shelby examples go to auction outside of the US so it’s refreshing to see this lovely 1967 Shelby GT500 Fastback in Nightmist Blue up for auction on September 7th at The RM Sotheby’s auction in London, England.
We recently came across this story and were quite simply blown away. It’s about a 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback that has been converted to be entirely electric. Now, we know what you’re thinking. “It’s a muscle car, how could they?” But after you watch the below video we think you’ll have a change of heart.
Orlando, FL – America’s most iconic sports car, the original Ford Mustang, is back in production, better than ever. The first true replica of the Mustang, looking just as stunning as the original, but with modern powertrain and technology is being launched by Revology Cars, a specialty automobile manufacturer based in Winter Park, Florida.
Our friends over at Mustang360 recently published a fantastic barn find story we feel compelled to share here with you all. Junior Deese, a Mustang enthusiast and collector got a call from a lady about a Fastback Mustang she was thinking of selling. The lady, Nancy Snipes, had gotten Juniors number after speaking to her son who did some digging at a local repair and parts shop.