by Patrick RallThe National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky is currently showing a little love to other great American performance cars from the 1960s and 1970s, with Ron Kinberger's 1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 representing the Mustang crowd in fine fashion.The 1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 was the second year for the GT500 name, with few changes coming from the original offering in 1967 to the one displayed at the Corvette Museum from 1968.
Ford has revitalized the 2011 Mustang GT with a new engine, making the Mustang once again relevant in the discussion of modern day muscle cars. The new all aluminum 412 hp, 5.0L V8 engine is a much needed upgrade from the sluggish engines of recent years. In addition to the new engine, Ford has introduced larger brakes, electric powered steering and a revised suspension. Combined with last year's exterior and interior overhaul, the 2011 Mustang
One of the many joys of owning a Mustang GT is working on the car. The more that you work on your vehicle and the more time that you spend with it, the deeper the connection you'll have with the car and the better understanding of the car you'll have as well. One of the best ways to gain a better knowledge of your Mustang and to simultaneously keep the car in the best shape possible is