In an age of paddle-shift automatics, button-controlled suspension modes, shift-mapping software, and driver-tuned exhausts, the Ford Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca (
The first Shelby Mustang G.T.350 (model years 1965 and 1966) expressed a purity of purpose unmatched by later models. It was nearly race-ready off the showroom floor.
1957 Ford Thunderbird
Over the years American automakers have produced various contemporary versions of legendary cars that seem like little more than exploitative sequels to those who fondly remember the ori
1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302
Museum Row along the Miracle Mile in Los Angeles is home to the Petersen Automotive Museum, which will host a slew of supercars, both classic and contemporary, from March 5 to October 16 during an
Like the original Shelby Mustang from 45 years ago, the 2011 Shelby GT350 (gt350.shelbyamerican.com) begins as a bas
Ask Carroll Shelby which of his Mustangs is his favorite, and the answer is always the same: the next one.
When Gone in Sixty Seconds—a splashy remake of a low-budget 1974 gear-grinder flick of the same name—premiered in 2000, the film reanimated one of Hollywood’s great movie cars: an overach
Classic Recreations’ Shelby G.T.500CR (www.classicrecreations.com) is the first continuation car of that model to b
Ask a car enthusiast to name an automotive make and model that has endured in the spirit of its original design, and most would name the Porsche 911 as one car that forever altered the sports-car
Forty years ago, former racecar driver Carroll Shelby caught wind that General Motors was just weeks away from unveiling a King of the Road edition of the Chevrolet Corvette.
Mustang with the Most Horses.
Anglo-American litterateur T.S.
Three Ford Motor Co. test-drivers, car guys who burn rubber and inhale exhaust fumes for a living, are mesmerized by the image on an 8-inch LCD screen.
It could be argued that the impending arrival of the 2005 Ford GT was guaranteed at 4 pm on June 19, 1966.
On a map, Turn Eight of Laguna Seca Raceway appears to be nothing more than a simple S-bend that can be disposed of with two quick flicks of the steering wheel.
Back and forth the bidding went between the two gentlemen at the Christie’s Exceptional Motor Cars auction at Pebble Beach in August, increasing by $10,000 increments with each volley.