Modified 1967 Ford Mustang GT Hits The Dyno To Reveal Impressive Numbers

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Exactly 472,121 examples of the Ford Mustang were sold in 1967 and this is hugely impressive given the sports car’s current results. Sure, the pony market is not what it used to be, but almost half a million Mustangs in a single year remains one of the model’s highest achievements in its entire history. Of those cars, 71,042 units were Mustang Fastbacks, which represented approximately 15 percent of the total deliveries during that year.

We have no idea how many of these Fastbacks are still alive and on the road but one of the surviving cars recently hit the dyno

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What Do the Numbers on a Tire Mean?

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How to read the tires numbers

We rarely buy new cars, but we buy new tires all the time.

According to the United States Department of Transportation, the average car on American roads today is more than 12 years old. The average American drives about 13,500 miles a year, and most new tires are good for between 40,000 and 70,000 miles.

That means that most cars go through up to five sets of tires in their lifespan, even if their drivers somehow manage never to pop a tire in a nasty pothole. Some of us routinely go through tires faster than that, thanks to bad luck

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Driving By Numbers: 2021’s unexpected Canadian sports car sales surge

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The pandemic may have aided in a sports car sales boom

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Who’d’ve thunk it? Over the past year, rumours pointed toward the death of the sports car due to the side effects of the pandemic, but those rumours have been put to bed.

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Coronavirus spending is a curious thing. From renovations and motorcycles to pools and home furnishings, the demand quickly – and quite unexpectedly – accelerated

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