Whoever is running Ford’s marketing division may just be the coolest person ever. Or at least they are right now. This drifting gathering is epic.
A California woman recently came back into ownership of the 1967 Mustang that was stolen from her nearly three decades ago.
“Shorty” is about as rare and coveted as they come in the world of American muscle cars. So coveted, that the concept spent most of its life in hiding from Ford Motor Co., which is why experts predict that it could go for as high as $600,000 when it crosses the block this March.
There are Mustang enthusiasts, and then there’s Adelbert Engler, who in forty years of collecting Mustangs, has amassed over 5,000 scale models and other rare Mustang memorabilia.
By Detroit Steel The fact that we’re only a few weeks away from Ken Block’s Gymkhana 7 is enough to celebrate. But the fact that the drifting champ will be driving an all-wheel drive 1965 Mustang in the next installment of his high-powered video series has us all eagerly awaiting Nov. 17, when it […] More »