AmericanMuscle and C&L Performance Giving Away 2015 Mustang Cold Air Intake!

MALVERN, PA – AmericanMuscle and C&L Performance have teamed up to giveaway the very first C&L Cold Air Intake for the 2015 Mustang. C&L Performance makes some of the highest quality cold air intakes available by doing rigorous testing to improve performance gains. In addition to the Intake the winner will also receive a Bama SF4/X4 handheld tuner with free tunes for life from Bama Performance. The C&L Cold Air Intake paired with a Bama Tune will maximize power gains, waking up your 2015 Mustang.

The winner will also receive a personalized plaque with their name, VIN number, and make/model that can be displayed on the intake. This is a package value of over $750.00! To enter, fill out the form online by 11/24/2014.

Giveaway Highlights

– C&L Performance and AmericanMuscle have teamed up to giveaway the very first 2015 Mustang Cold Air Intake

– One lucky winner will receive a C&L Cold Air Intake and Bama SF4/X4 handheld tuner for their EcoBoost, V6, or GT 2015 Mustang

– The winner will receive a personalized plaque with their make, model, VIN, and name engraved on it

– 2015 EcoBoost, V6, and GT owners are all eligible to win

– Participants need to fill out an entry form to be in the running. Contest ends 11/24/2014

All you need to do to enter is follow this link! Good luck!


Modern Muscle Design & AmericanMuscle To Giveaway SEMA Built 2014 Mustang

Keeping with the theme of giveaways this year we thought we’d better share this one with you because who doesn’t want to win an entire car and not just any car. A fully customized, SEMA built 2014 Mustang.

MMD and AmericanMuscle teamed up to custom design the car labelled Project MMD. Featuring over $30,000 in aftermarket parts and the sleek, modern design MMD is known for, this is a one-of-a-kind Mustang that can serve as the perfect show car or daily driver.

So before we get into it here’s the link to sign up:

And now for the particulars.

The Giveaway

One person will get to drive home from the annual AmericanMuscle Car Show—the largest Mustang only car show on the planet—in their newly acquired magazine cover car—Project MMD. Not only is this Muscle Mustangs and Fast Ford’s (MM & FF) May 2014 Cover Car, it’s also the same build that was featured at Forgestar’s booth for the 2013 SEMA Auto Show. The winner will be selected on 8/4/2014 and will be handed the keys at the AmericanMuscle car show on 8/16/2014.

Video: How Project MMD was built –

The Car – SEMA 2014

Sometimes you plan out an entire build before you ever pick up a wrench—this was not how Project MMD began. This car started out as a way to showcase some of MMD’s most popular modifications, but once the opportunity to showcase a car at the 2013 SEMA Auto Show came along, the guys at MMD went back to the drawing board. They commissioned AmericanMuscle to handle the performance aspects of the car while they gave it an appearance overhaul. The end result was a successful appearance at Forgestar’s SEMA booth and a few neck snapping trips in Las Vegas and the surrounding countryside.

Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords Cover Car – May 2014

Project MMD was designed and built to be a SEMA car, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a fully functional street machine—the guys at MMD actually drive it around town and to shows. That’s what pegged the interest of the crew over at MM & FF and once they finally saw Project MMD in person at SEMA, they knew they were looking at a cover car.

Project MMD – Styling

What began as your run-of-the-mill 2014 Oxford White Premium GT received the perfect synergy of classically inspired styling mixed with a bold, attention demanding modern twist. The car takes inspiration from the late ‘60s
Mustangs, such as the GT350 style spoiler and hood scoop. It also employs more recent aesthetics such as a matte white vinyl wrap and an adjustable air ride suspension that lets you drop the car to the ground when parked or at a show, all while still delivering the performance of coil overs. With the fog light deletes, page was taken from the BOSS 302’s playbook, along with the matte black roof decal.

Of the more modern styling, the MMD windshield and side decals offer a stark color contrast while the matte while tail light covers make for a more fluent paint scheme. The rear diffuser is an MMD prototype developed for this car and accounts well for the Ford Racing exhaust dumps.

  • 589 RWHP / 480 TQ @ 10 PSI on a Dynojet 224xLC



  • Air Lift Suspension Kit
  • The Driveshaft Shop Carbon Fiber One Piece Driveshaft
  • Vortech Supercharger System – Black
  • Snow Performance Stage 3 Boost Cooler
  • Ford Racing Boss Style H-Pipe and Side Exhaust
  • JLT Replacement Air Box Intake – Blow Through Supercharger
  • The Driveshaft Shop Carbon Fiber One Piece Driveshaft


  • MMD 551C 20 Inch Staggered Wheels
  • Matte Black Boss Style Roof Decal
  • MMD GT350 Style Window Covers – Pre-Painted
  • MMD Hood Scoop – Pre-painted
  • MMD Headlight Splitters – Pre-Painted
  • MMD Ducktail Spoiler – Pre-painted
  • Carbon Fiber Dash Overlay Kit
  • MMD Retro Mirrors – Unpainted
  • MMD Side Scoops – Pre-painted
  • MMD Tail Light Trim – Pre-Painted
  • MMD Boss Style Fog Light Deletes
  • MMD Satellite Radio/GPS Antenna Cover – Pre-painted

[GIVEAWAY] – WIN! – Officially Licensed Mustang Eyewear!

It’s not too often we get to giveaway products here at 67mustangblog though when we do we’re always excited to see the reaction and enthusiasm of our readers. This time our good friends over at have given us some nice new officially licensed Mustang eyewear to giveaway to one lucky reader.

The Mustang eyewear collection has been produced to closely resemble the features of the car we all know and love. Inspiration has been taken from the strong, innovative, masculine, and gritty characteristics of the brand.

All you need to do is enter below. Entries close on June 30th and the winner will be contacted shortly after. Remember, like and share via facebook and twitter for more entries!

Good luck!

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Design Details

Strong, lightweight carbon fiber, commonly used on cars, has been incorporated into the design of each frame. The iconic Mustang logo and pony are featured prominently across the temples, with subtle, sexy angles and details of the cars themselves serving as inspiration.

Official Mustang paint color names (Raven Black, Mineral Gray, Dark Charcoal, Satin Silver) were used in product naming to further bridge the connection from the cars to the eyewear. Flashes of brighter Mustang colors (blue, yellow, and red) are modestly featured along the top or fronts of the 1909 series, and have been used in the temple tips of the 1901 series.

Thunder Bay Museum To Raffle Off 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback

It’s not everyday (or even year) someone gives away a 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback. So this is could be your lucky day because the Thunder Bay Museum in Ontario, Canada is doing just that.

The beautiful 289cid V8 candy apple red car was restored to GT specifications in 2000 and features upgraded springs, 4-barrel Motorcraft AFB carb, headers, working Boss hood scoop, and dual exhaust. “The odometer shows just 110,600 miles. A recent appraisal notes that the hood, doors and trunk are properly fitted and fender areas free of obvious imperfections. The metallic paint is in good condition with no signs of rippling or orange peel. A few, very minor, paint flaws on the hood can only be seen on close inspection.”

Here’s how you can win. To purchase tickets make out a cheque to the Thunder Bay Museum, and send it to 425 Donald Street East, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada P7E 5V1, or use Visa or MasterCard by calling (807) 623-0801, faxing (807) 622-6880, or emailing them at Please include your name, phone number, charge card number, its expiry date and your mailing address. (Must be 18 or over to purchase tickets. Winner is responsible for picking up the car or arranging for its shipping).

DRAW DATE: September 8, 2014, at 5pm

For full details go HERE.

Here’s the car’s particulars. Now where’s our phone? Good luck to all!

• Candy Apple Red exterior metallic paint
• Deluxe interior (door panels and console shift)
• 289 cid V-8 engine (with original 302 block)
• Big block shock towers (from a 1969 Cougar XR7)
• 10.0:1 Compression ratio
• 4 bbl Motorcraft AFB carburetor
• 225 horsepower @ 4,800 rpm, 305 ft-lbs torque @ 3400 rpm
• Dual exhaust with Thrush Mufflers
• Numbers-matching car
• 3-speed Cruise-O-Matic C-4 automatic transmission with floor shifter
• 2.79:1 Axle Ratio
• Rally rims, hubcaps and beauty rings with Cooper Cobra G/T Radial, white letter tires, 235/60 R14 (front and rear)
• Original radio
• Disc brakes, front and rear
• Mach 1 hood scoop
• Weight: 3,400 lbs
• Wheelbase: 108 inches
• Length: 183.6 inches
• Built in Dearborn, Mich: Factory price in March, 1967: $3,306
• Originally purchased in Ontario, stored for most of the 1980s and 1990s, and restored by the 4th owner in 2000
• Data Plate Code: 63A-T-2A-17C-81-0-W