2010 Ford Mustang Comparison: Mustang GT vs. Mustang Shelby GT500 Part 2

ExteriorThe 2010 Mustang is more of a refresh than it is a new Mustang, and while the 2010 Ford Mustang GT and the 2010 Ford Mustang Shelby GT 500 both clearly reflect those changes, the GT 500 adds an aspect of functionality to the aggressive new look.  The most obvious difference between these two Mustangs […] More »

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2010 Ford Mustang Comparison: Mustang GT vs. Mustang Shelby GT500 Part 1

The 2010 Ford Mustang debuted at the Los Angeles Auto Show in 2008 showing off a new, sleek exterior, and Ford unveiled the 2010 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 at the Detroit Auto Show a few months later.  The 2010 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 received similar changes in styling as the Mustang GT, but Ford’s Special […] More »

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1971-1973 Ford Mustang: End of the Classic (Part 4)

1971-1973 The restyling effort for the 1971 Ford Mustang brought about a bigger Mustang from the previous year in every aspect; width, length, height, and wheelbase were all enlarged, as well as the weight. There was still no Mustang GT (and there would not be one for some ten more years), but there was the […] More »

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1969-1970 Ford Mustang: Boss, Mach 1, and Grande (Part 3)

1969-1970 The Ford Mustang was restyled again in 1969: 4 headlights, 4 inches longer, and half an inch wider.  There were three new trim packages offered for the Boss, Mach 1, Grande, and GT, all performance models except for the Grande, which was intended as a sort of luxury Mustang.  There was also a special […] More »

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1967-1968 Ford Mustang: Shelby Super Snake, GT 500, and Stallion (Part 2)

1967-1968 Another big year for the Ford Mustang, 1967 marked the first redesign of the model. The body lines were slightly changed, with a new grille layout and new non-functional body colored side scoops in front of the rear wheels. Also, the rear roofline of the fastback was extended all the way to the back […] More »

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