Remember that Canadian woman who was on the verge of getting stuck with a $47,000 bill for a rented Mustang? Well, it looks like Enterprise Rent-A-Car has had a change of heart after first sending her a bill for the car. Kristen Cockerill apparently got a call from an Enterprise rental manager in Nova Scotia a few weeks ago apologizing for the experience, according to Canadian Yahoo news report. "It's been extremely stressful, actually,
'Tis the season of giving and Gearheads are as giving as any. Take for example the Bay Area, California based Street Actions Car Club and their annual charity car show and food/toy drive: It's a perfect excuse to get together to enjoy some nice cars and give back to the community. See the full post over on The Mustang Source!
Marcus Amick The Mustang Source Continuing to build on a long legacy with Barrett-Jackson, Ford Mustangs claimed four of the top ten sales at the car collector's Las Vegas show. We know - it really isn't major news considering how popular the pony car always is at the event. Still, it's always nice to revel in new facts that speak to America's passion for Mustangs like those noted by "Business Insider," in a report
by John CoyleMustang Forums Like it or not, it's that time of year again. And whether you're looking for gifts for your resident gearhead, making sure the little ones gets bitten by the car bug, or trying to slide in a couple of gifts for yourself while nobody's looking, we've got you covered. You're Never Too Old... >>>>
by John Coyle Corvette ForumGenerally, my favorite thing about a big unveiling is that it sucks most of the press folks into one area of the show, which makes it easier to get photos of cars that would otherwise be mobbed. That's not to say that I don't enjoy them--the Genesis Coupe reveal in New York a couple years back was awesome--and the theatrical aspect can be entertaining.This year, I actually felt a little
by John Coyle Mustang ForumsWhen people asked me how the LA Auto Show was this year, I generally tell them it's about 98 percent boring and two percent "oh-my-God-I'd-murder-someone-to-own-that." And that's how most consumer auto shows are, because while there's some razzle dazzle stuff on the floor, the vehicles that keep the lights on for automakers aren't anything all that inspirational. But concept cars--like the electric BMW i8 above--are the definition of razzle dazzle,
Los Angeles is the only stop on the show circuit where the ladies attending it are as hot--or hotter--than the models in the booths. Seriously, California girls are no joke. But the booth babes weren't bad either. Enjoy the photos! More Ladies of the 2011 LA Auto Show >>>>
by Chris RoseAmericanMuscleThis past weekend, 611 Mustangs from all over the country came out to Delaware County Community College in Media, PA to help us celebrate customer appreciation and donate to a great cause, Wounded Warriors Project. We were ready to make this thing happen rain or shine with potential thunderstorms threatening our event! Did AmericanMuscle make it worth the trip? I think the video and pictures speak for themselves! The weather held out,