Shelby GT350R

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Last Updated on Monday, 12 January 2015 16:53 Written by Christopher Ihara Monday, 12 January 2015 11:54

2015 Shelby GT350R

The new Shelby GT350R is the latest of the streetable track-based offerings from Ford.  Based off the GT350 the new track ready version is 150 pounds lighter than its more road going sibling.  Features like Air Conditioning and a radio have been deleted.  In fact, any feature that did not improve the car's performance around a racetrack was put on the chopping block for deletion.  Other parts tossed onto the factory floor include the rear seats, backup camera, trunk floorboard and carpet, and the emergency tire inflator and tire sealant.  Even the exhaust went under the knife as resonators were ditched giving the car a sharper exhaust note.

For those who care to drive their car to new tracks and want the benefit of in-dash navigation an optional Electronics Package is available.  This package brings back the A/C and 8-inch touch screen with nav, 7-speakers and a few other bits.  While this may add some weight back, we think it would be a necessity for those driving their cars to events rather than trailering them.

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2015 Mustang Review

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Last Updated on Monday, 12 January 2015 12:29 Written by Administrator Tuesday, 06 January 2015 16:02

 

Someone must be spiking the drinking water around the Detroit area with a combination of Red Bull, methanol and epinephrine. What else can explain the onslaught of American sports cars coming out of Michigan lately?

 

 

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2015 AutoGuide.Com Car of the Year Nominee: Ford Mustang

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 January 2015 16:34 Written by Administrator Tuesday, 06 January 2015 16:18

There probably isn’t anything more American than independence and appropriately, that’s exactly what the Ford Mustang’s rear end is gaining in 2015.

By now you almost certainly know that the fifth-generation Ford Mustang is ditching its solid rear axle in favor of an independent rear suspension across the entire model line. But that isn’t the only change for America’s pony car, no sir.

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2015 Mustang Revealed

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Last Updated on Monday, 12 January 2015 12:31 Written by Christopher Ihara Sunday, 08 December 2013 09:10

The 2015 Mustang has been one of the most anticipated cars this year.  The Internet has been abuzz with dozens of renderings, endless speculation and spies everywhere have been clamoring to get close to road-going mules.  The anticipation has been so high that journalists sworn to secrecy have thrown their integrity to the wind just to scoop the latest photos of the 2015 Mustang.

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December 5 Mustang Unveiling

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Written by Christopher Ihara Friday, 22 November 2013 10:23

Nearly 50 years ago the world's most iconic car was unveiled to the public.  We will be in attendance in New York City, this December 5th to see the new 2015 Mustang make its debut to the world.  No more renderings, no more speculation, this will be the real thing and we can't wait to show it to you!  Stay tuned for more information.

   

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