There’s a Lot of Engineering in the New Shelby GT350
How many engineers does it take to make the GT350 the most track capable Ford Mustang ever? Here’s a hint: a lot!
If you told me your Mustang can do 212.9 mph, I’d be impressed. If you told me your Mustang can hit that speed in 5,280 feet, I’d involuntarily spit out whatever I’d happen to be drinking at the time. Don’t worry – I know a good dry cleaning place.
On this edition of The Smoking Tire’s “One Take” series, Matt Farah gets to travel back in time to review a 2004 Mustang Mach 1.
In order to debut both his new Formula D RTR car and livery, Vaughn Gittin Jr. took the new Mustang to a frozen lake, fitted her with some killer studded ice tires, and made many a glorious rooster tail.
For a time, we thought we’d never see the Saleen 302 Black Label Mustang outside of line drawings. Thankfully, we were wrong, because this is one of the most capable Saleen’s ever built.