Thursday Jun 08, 2023

Galpin GTR1: 10 Years After Its Unveiling, It’s Still the Most Extreme Ford GT Ever

During the 1960s, Ford built one of the most successful endurance race cars of all time. It all started with the Blue Oval’s attempt to acquire Ferrari, a deal that eventually fell through and drove Hank the Deuce (Henry Ford II) to greenlight the development of a Prancing Horse-slaying race car.

Initially built around a Lola chassis powered by a huge Ford V8, the car that was modified to perfection by engineering masterminds such as Carroll Shelby ended up beating Ferrari at Le Mans on four consecutive occasions, from 1966 to 1969.

The GT40 would remain one of the most

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Here’s How Much A Classic 1965 Ford Mustang Is Worth Today

Among the production cars, there are not so many models that can boast the same worldwide fame that the Ford Mustang received. From the first to the present generation, this iconic sports car remains the adoration and dream of millions of people.

UPDATED DECEMBER 2022: We’ve updated this article with more relevant info for first-time Ford Mustang buyers, plus we look at how prices are evolving in the changing classic car market and the future of the current model.

Below, you will find out what a classic Ford Mustang costs in 2023, a brief history of the car, specifications, as

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Supercars Championship news, race preview, Newcastle 500, Gen3, regulation change, new cars, Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Camaro

If you were designing an all-new racing car with barely a few days of testing and with plenty of reliability niggles still to be ironed out, you’d choose a nice, smooth, wide-open permanent circuit with lots of run off and few obstacles as your first cautious outing.

You would never in 100 years choose Newcastle as your first race. But that’s where we’re going this weekend.

The Gen3 Supercars machine has had a difficult gestation. In part that’s an echo of the Covid pandemic, which disrupted development. But it’s also just how all-new rules tend to go in any sport.

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10 Best Ford Mustangs For The Track

The Ford Mustang is a staple of the motor industry, in the sense that it is the model that made pony cars famous and created the muscle car ‘gold rush’ of the 1960s. Even though the Mustang had some low points – such as a 140 hp, 4.9-liter V8 – it has always been a testament to the awesomeness of the American auto industry.

The Mustang arrived on the scene half-way through 1964 and took the world by storm. It was a muscle car with sports car performance, but with a family sedan price. This concept revolutionized the American auto

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The 5 Worst Ford Mustangs To Buy Used (Plus The 5 Best)

If you ask someone who doesn’t have anything to do with cars about a muscle car they have heard of, they’d most probably name the Ford Mustang. The Mustang has been in the world longer than a lot of us have been alive, and its ability to stand the test of time all these years is a testament to how amazing and popular it is.

Going on the internet and hitting Mustang GT for sale is probably a good choice too, since its popularity makes sure that there are plenty of spare parts available and finding mechanics that can work

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A Rare Factory-Supercharged Ford Thunderbird “F-Code” Is For Sale

The Ford Thunderbird “F-Code” is undeniably the most desirable of the first generation production Thunderbirds. Externally they look much like their naturally-aspirated stablemates but once you look under the hood you can’t miss the hefty McCulloch/Paxton centrifugal supercharger.

Just 212 examples of the F-Code Thunderbird were made, largely due to the significant additional cost, but Ford hadn’t developed the high-performance version in the hopes of selling them hand over fist – they were developed to homologate the supercharged version for NASCAR competition.

Fast Facts – The Ford Thunderbird “F-Code”

  • The first generation Ford Thunderbird was introduced in the 1955 model
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