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Want More Power and Better Handling? Try the Mustang Shelby GT350SE or GT500SE

Want More Power and Better Handling? Try the Mustang Shelby GT350SE or GT500SE

The Signature Edition package adds Shelby gear to the GT350 and GT500

A while back, Shelby introduced the Carroll Shelby Signature Edition package for the Ford Mustang. The bundle turned the regular Mustang GT into a more aggressive pony design-wise and replaced the standard V-8 with a supercharged unit capable of 825 horsepower. Now, Shelby is extending the Signature Edition to the GT350 and GT500 models. These new packages are much thinner on the performance front, but they’re also notably more affordable. The Signature Edition is available on the 2020 Shelby GT500 and 2015-to-2020 Shelby GT350 models, including the GT350R. Like all Shelby conversions, every Signature Edition car will receive a Shelby CSM number and will be documented in the official Shelby American Registry.

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Watch a 1,000-Horsepower Hennessey Shelby GT350 Take on a Cammed Shelby GT500

Watch a 1,000-Horsepower Hennessey Shelby GT350 Take on a Cammed Shelby GT500

The Shelby beats the Shelby in this race

What happens when you race a Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 against a Ford Mustang Shelby GT500? In standard form, the GT500 should run away with this race, but nothing about this race is “standard.” The GT350 isn’t stock; it’s been through the Hennessey ringer, and it’s been loaded with a Whipple supercharger to go with other modifications that the current owner put in place post-Hennessy tuning. The result is a monstrosity that packs well over 900 horsepower. That should be enough to put the GT500 in its place, right? Well, in a twist that probably everyone saw coming, the GT500 is far from a stock model, too. It’s also been tricked out to deliver over 800 horsepower, effectively making this a super-powered Shelby versus super-powered Shelby race. Who saw that coming?

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This Slammed Ford Bronco-GT Supercar Mashup is Oddly Satisfying

This Slammed Ford Bronco-GT Supercar Mashup is Oddly Satisfying

We didn’t know we needed a Bronco and GT’s lovechild… until now

Let’s put this in a very simple way. The Bronco is an off-roader. The GT is a supercar meant to stay on the tarmac. These two segments run parallel and can never intersect. But, thanks to some geniuses, we now have a pictorial representation of what these two would like when mashed up, and surprisingly, we didn’t have the urge to break our screens. Timothy, who goes by ‘Adry53customs’ on Instagram, uploaded a few renderings of the Bronco-GT lovechild, which happens to be a hot rod, and it is satisfying.

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This Fox-Body-Inspired Notchback Mustang Rendering Is the Retro-Styled Mustang We Deserve

This Fox-Body-Inspired Notchback Mustang Rendering Is the Retro-Styled Mustang We Deserve

The Fox Body Mustang was the only truly unique Mustang in the name’s history, and this rendering brings it into the future.

Most Ford Mustang fans will agree that there was something special about the third-gen Fox Body Mustang. Bring up the Notchback, and you’ll be sure to draw up some interesting conversation. The third-gen Mustang was so unique in that it was a complete rebirth of the name and featured next to no retro design cues from previous iterations outside of the GT’s fake side vents on GT models in the late 80s and early 90s. Following the third-gen model, which was in production from 1979-1993, by the way, the bubbly Mustang came to life followed by the more retro-styled fifth-gen model, and finally, the model we have today. Now a new rendering has painted Fox Body Notchback design styling onto a modern Mustang, and we’re convinced that this is the modern Mustang that we deserve.

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Ken Miles' Mustang Shelby GT350R Becomes The Most Expensive Mustang Ever Sold At Auction

Ken Miles’ Mustang Shelby GT350R Becomes The Most Expensive Mustang Ever Sold At Auction

The Bullitt Mustang’s reign as the top-selling Mustang didn’t last long

A 1965 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R has become the most expensive Mustang ever sold at an auction setting. The record-breaking Shelby GT350R sold for a whopping $3.85 million, eclipsing the previous record-holder, the 1968 Mustang GT hero car that was driven by Steve McQueen in the movie Bullitt. No less than Ken Miles, the British racer who was prominently featured as one of the main characters in the movie, Ford v. Ferrari, drove the specific Shelby GT350R, nicknamed the “Flying Mustang.” The $3.85 million sale price now ascends to the top of the ladder as the single most expensive Mustang to ever sell at auction. It’s going to take a special Mustang to unseat the new record-holder.

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The Most Expensive Mustang Is Now a 1965 Shelby GT350R With a Price of $3.85 Million

The Most Expensive Mustang Is Now a 1965 Shelby GT350R With a Price of $3.85 Million

Would you pay almost $4 million for a classic Shelby Mustang?

The first-generation Ford Mustang is one of the most iconic cars ever built, and for a 60-year-old classic it isn’t very expensive. You can buy several models for less than $100,000 and the rare versions aren’t as expensive as the Ferraris from the era, which are known to cost from as low as $5 million to as much as $50 million.

But some Mustangs can cost millions of dollars. Up until now, Steve McQueen’s Mustang from the Bullitt movie was the most expensive, having been auctioned off for $3.74 million in January 2020. Come July and that record has been surpassed by another Mustang from the era. The prototype version of the 1965 Shelby GT350R just crossed the block for $3.85 million, $14K more than McQueen’s green ’Stang.

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Building the Mustang Mach-E 1400 Was More About Learning Than Being Cool

Building the Mustang Mach-E 1400 Was More About Learning Than Being Cool

The One-Off Mustang Mach-E 1400 is an awesome machine, but it’s a learning tool for Ford

Ever since Ford introduced the Mustang Cobra Jet 1400 all-electric Mustang, which was essentially a potent electric drag car, we’ve been itching for a performance-oriented Mustang EV to be born. We got as close as the Mustang Mach-E which is, as far as I’m concerned, not a Mustang, but that has been the extent of it. Then, almost out of nowhere, Ford threw us a bone in the Mustang Mach-E 1400. It’s still not a proper Mustang, but it features 1400 horsepower just like the Cobra Jet 1400, and it’s one mean electric machine. Despite its ability to eat tires like I eat cookies, the purpose of the Mach-E 1400 was to help Ford learn while showcasing what the company is capable of.

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With 1,400 Horsepower, The Ford Mustang Mach-E 1400 Is Useless But Awesome

With 1,400 Horsepower, The Ford Mustang Mach-E 1400 Is Useless But Awesome

The Mustang Mach-E 1400 features seven motors in total; five more than the standard Mustang Mach-E!

Ford is on a hot streak lately and it seems like nothing can go wrong for the company. Running high on the Bronco’s launch success, the Blue Oval has carried over the momentum to its electric steed – the Mustang Mach-E – by unveiling a performance prototype of its EV. This Mustang churns out a massive 1,400 horses and features seven motors in total! How about that!

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Awesome Car for Sale: Ultra-Rare 1985 Ford Sierra RS Cosworth

Awesome Car for Sale: Ultra-Rare 1985 Ford Sierra RS Cosworth

This pre-production example is a genuine time capsule to the ’80s

The Ford Sierra RS Cosworth has been rising in popularity over these last few years to the point that some ultra-clean examples have traded hands for over $120,000 and this may become one of the most expensive examples ever sold.

That’s because this blue Cossie is the last remaining road-legal survivor of a batch of 10 pre-production cars made by Ford to test and tune what would become one of the most legendary cars ever to be adorned by the FoMoCo badge. Those 204 horses may not seem like much today but we’ll assure you the towering rear wing is bound to turn more heads today than many modern sports cars.

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The Story Behind the Ford GT40 Concept Shows How Far Ford Had to Go To Get It Right

The Story Behind the Ford GT40 Concept Shows How Far Ford Had to Go To Get It Right

You thought making a concept car is easy? Think again!

Ford was all about revisiting its illustrious past two decades ago when the Ford GT40 Concept was conceived. However, unlike other throw-back prototypes such as the Forty-Nine, the GT40 Concept actually spawned a production model in the 2005 GT that retained many of the exterior design features of the concept car.

As always, though, the road from the sketchbook of a designer to a finished, full-size prototype, and then to production is long and arduous and, this time, it all started with a look over in the yard of an old nemesis of Ford’s.

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Here's What a Pro Racer Thinks of the 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500

Here’s What a Pro Racer Thinks of the 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500

This pony was built to go fast, indeed, but not just in a straight line - and that’s a big deal!

After his extensive review of the Porsche Taycan Turbo S which, by the way, is under no circumstance just a straight-line special but a well-rounded package. Let’s hear the expert, then!

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This 2003-2004 SVT Cobra Terminator Is the Car You Probably Forgot About

This 2003-2004 SVT Cobra Terminator Is the Car You Probably Forgot About

Savagegeese dissects the Cobra Terminator like nobody did before

The SVT Cobra Terminator was the end result of SVT boss John Coletti’s impression that the at-that-time new Mustang wasn’t quite up to the task performance-wise. So the 2002 Cobra R&D was sent from Team Mustang to Team SVT, and what came out, well, you know pretty darn well what came out.

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2020 Ford GT "Le MANSORY"

2020 Ford GT "Le MANSORY"

An aftermarket masterpiece in every sense of the word

Mansory has belatedly pulled the covers off of its latest masterpiece, the Ford GT “Le Mansory.” Initially scheduled to be revealed at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show, the Le Mansory is the product of everything the German tuner stands for.

Modifications abound inside and outside of the Ford GT. It’s hard to expect anything less from Mansory, but this is no ordinary project for the tuner. The GT Le Mansory is limited to just three units, making it one of the rarest projects Mansory has ever created. Are you not intrigued?

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Ford Mustang Mach 1 History - A Legendary Timeline Greatness

Ford Mustang Mach 1 History - A Legendary Timeline Greatness

The 2021 Mustang Mach 1 is only the fourth model of its kind in 51 years

Originally available in just one trim and a GT Equipment Group that eventually became the familiar GT version, the Ford Mustang quickly evolved into a multi-model pony car. By the late 1960s, Ford was already offering two Shelby models, two Boss versions, and various region-specific variants. With five performance models in showrooms for the 1969 model year, Ford decided to introduce a sixth version: the Mach 1.

The first iteration of the Mach 1 remained in production in various forms until 1978. When the second-generation Mustang was discontinued, the Mach 1 nameplate was phased off for decades and didn’t return until 2003. After a short-lived stint with the fourth-gen ’Stang, the Mach 1 once again disappeared until 2020. Just like the Bullitt and the Boss, the Mach 1 is a unicorn Mustang. With the nameplate revived for the 2021 model year,, it’s the perfect time to have a look at its history and what made this badge famous.

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2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1

2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1

The Mustang Mach 1 returns after 17 years with Shelby upgrades

The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1 is a higher performance version of the sixth-generation Mustang. A limited-edition model that revives the Mach 1 nameplate after 17 years, the 2021 Mustang Mach 1 bridges the gap between the GT and the Shelby GT350 models. It’s essentially a Mustang GT with a more aggressive exterior and some parts from the Shelby GT350. Power comes from the standard 5.0-liter V-8 from the GT, but output matches that of the limited-edition Bullitt model. The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1 is the fifth Mach 1 pony car produced since the late 1960s.

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The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Has Arrived To Make Everything Right In the World

The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Has Arrived To Make Everything Right In the World

The Mustang Mach 1 returns after 17 years with cool looks and Bullitt power

It’s been 17 years since Ford last offered a Mach 1 version of the Mustang, and the iconic nameplate finally returned. After it skipped the fifth-generation pony car, Ford revived the Mach 1 for the sixth-gen model, almost seven years after it debuted in late 2013. A bit late, we would say, but it’s better late than never. Just like its predecessors, the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1 combines a bold styling package with a beefed-up V-8 engine borrowed from the regular GT. Let’s see what it’s all about below.

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Don't Be Fooled – The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1 is Just a Shelby GT350 With a Smaller Engine

Don’t Be Fooled – The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1 is Just a Shelby GT350 With a Smaller Engine

Soon, you’ll be able to have Shelby GT350 looks for $10k less

The good news is that the Mach 1 name is, in fact, returning after nearly two decades on the back burner. The even better news is that it’s returning for a track-capable Mustang, the very model it was always meant for. We don’t know much about the 2021 Mustang Mach 1 yet, but it will feature a powerful and naturally aspirated, 5.0-liter V-8, and it will sit at the top of the lineup if you exclude the Shelby GT350 and GT500, of course.

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The Best Ford Mustangs of All Time

The Best Ford Mustangs of All Time

13 cars from different eras

When you think of American cars, the Ford Mustang is among the first that comes into mind. It’s been around since 1964 and went through six generations that spawned all sorts of models and trims. It debuted as an affordable sports car and it quickly evolved into a powerful muscle car. It then became a not-so-powerful compact and switched to turbocharged performance in the 1980s. It rebound as a muscle car in the 1990s and became a full-fledged sports coupe in the 2010s. It comes with an incredibly vast history and it’s one of America’s greatest automotive legends. But what are the best Mustang models ever built? Let’s find out from the 13-model list below.

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Ken Block's Latest Video Showcases the Hoonifox and Hints at a Miami-Based Gymkhana Episode

Ken Block’s Latest Video Showcases the Hoonifox and Hints at a Miami-Based Gymkhana Episode

Is there anyone that doesn’t love a custom fox body Mustang?

Ken Block had a rough year in 2019. He showcased his brand-new Ford Escort Cosworth ahead of his World Tour debut, just for it to burn to the ground later that month. He still had the Hoonitruck, though, and now it looks like Mr. Block has a toy to play with. It’s called the Hoonifox and, you guessed it, it’s based on an old-school fox-body Mustang – something that is bound to be even cooler than the Mustang-based Hoonicorn V2.

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All-Electric Mustang Cobra Jet 1400 Is Ford's New Silent Rubber-Burning Monster

All-Electric Mustang Cobra Jet 1400 Is Ford’s New Silent Rubber-Burning Monster

Ford’s take on electric dragsters is not just dressed to impress

Last time we heard about the Cobra Jet moniker, Ford was releasing an anniversary edition that could scorch the quarter mile in eight seconds at 150 mph thanks to a souped up 5.2-liter V-8 and a 3.0-liter supercharger.

The Mustang Cobra Jet 1400 is the exact opposite of that. Not in terms of performance, but regarding what powers it

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2022 Ford Mustang Will Blend a Hybrid V-8 with AWD

2022 Ford Mustang Will Blend a Hybrid V-8 with AWD

Unless your name is Ken Block and you own the Hoonicorn Mustang, an example of Ford’s pony car that spins all the four wheels has been unheard of so far. However, as FoMoCo looks to go down the electrification avenue for its Camaro fighter, the new Mustang might get all-wheel drive, albeit as an option.

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Ford Needs Your Help to Identify This Mid-Engined Mustang

Ford Needs Your Help to Identify This Mid-Engined Mustang

Ford just discovered its third mid-engined Mustang

A front-engined pony car since its inception in 1964, the Ford Mustang has occasionally been imagined as a mid-engined sports car. In fact, Ford used the Mustang name on a mid-engined concept car it built in 1962. It’s called the Mustang I and it sparked rumors that Ford might build a competitor for the Corvette.

The idea was revisited in 1967 with the Mach 2 concept, but the production Mustang remained a front-engined vehicle to this day. But it seems that Ford built another mid-engined Mustang in 1966 and forgot about it. Photos of the vehicle were found recently in Ford’s archives and the automaker wants your help to identify it.

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Is a Hennessey Venom 775 Faster Than a Ford Mustang Shelby GT500?

Is a Hennessey Venom 775 Faster Than a Ford Mustang Shelby GT500?

Evidently so, despite the GT350’s 0-60 mph time of 4.1 seconds!

Hennessey recently launched its latest recreation of the Ford F-150 called the Hennessey Venom 775. The truck has received a massive makeover, especially under the hood, and looks like Bruce Banner being exposed to Gamma rays. The truck is mighty quick and looks like a monster with the lift job and massive tires. To prove that the truck has more to it than its looks, the folks at Hennessey decided to pit it against a stock Mustang GT350. The GT350 is not an ordinary car, but can the Venom 775 beat it in a drag race?

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