Five Facts to Know About the First Mustang
If you’re looking to earn your stripes as a true Mustang fan, then there are a few things you definitely should know.
At this year’s festival, drifters were allowed into the prestigious Hill Climb event and things got smokey and slidy. Especially since they let in Ken Block and his 850 horsepower Hoonicorn.
Here we have a 1964 Ford Mustang that hasn’t been turned into an all out street performer, but rather an all out mudslinging monster truck.
After being caught in as many as five twisters that hit the small town of Simla, Colorado recently, this Mustang Mach 1 suffered only a few scratches.
The Ronald McDonald House Charities of South Dakota are holding a raffle where one lucky winner will get to drive home in this 1971 fully restored Mustang Mach 1, and tickets are only $10 a pop!