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This 1965 Custom Ford Mustang Convertible is a “One Car Parade”! She’s beautiful, she’s loud, and
there’s not another one like her. She has been displayed at car shows all over the country and has received many
awards. She was showcased at two Good Guys shows in 2017 and was awarded with an "Award of Excellence" at both.
This baby was built by our company, GT Graphics and Customs, Inc. to showcase our company’s ability to create a
gorgeous one of a kind. After every panel, nut, and bolt was sandblasted, a rotisserie restoration was performed
with an abundant amount of customization. Its lines were sharpened, every gap was perfected, many modifications
were made, and the custom paint work contains an abundant amount of pearl and flake. It is meant to be seen and
Here are the Specs:
This Mustang has a custom built 302 Engine built by Dan Cansler Racing Engines in Sylva, North Carolina. Dan has
been in the business of building engines for decades. He is well-known in the professional racing industry. Along
with the engine is a 600 Holly Carburetor, an Edelbrock Aluminum Intake, an MSD Billet Distributor, polished valve
covers and wrapped long tube headers, an aluminum four core radiator, a chrome master cylinder and chrome brake
booster, all enclosed in the clean, custom painted and modified engine bay. An airbrushed cobra is painted under
the hood and the Mustang To Fear hinges prop up the hood nicely to reveal the customizations. The long tube
headers are attached to two stainless steel 2 ˝” side exhaust system that help provide the nice, choppy rumble.
At the bottom of this Mustang, a freshly restored undercarriage is coated with Raptor Liner that is tinted to match
the body color. This Liner was applied to not only the undercarriage, but inside the wheel wells, inside the
fenders, quarter panels, trunk, and inside the floor pan for that added protection against rust and sound deadening
purposes. There is a C4 Automatic Monster Transmission Built for 500 HP, a 2300-2500 Stall Torque Converter, a
9” Rear End and 350 Gear/28 Spline Axles. The suspension has Urethane Bushings for performance and handling. It
has front and back sway bars. It has a Borgeson Steering box and has been lowered two inches for those tight
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Ford is ready to call the ball on its 2013 sales totals, predicting a first-place finish for units sold in the US for a single brand. The company anticipates selling more than 2.4 million vehicles when all vehicle sales over the last 12 months have been tallied, repeating the victory it trumpeted over Toyota last year.
According to Ford's accounting, it sold 329,677 more vehicles than did Toyota in 2012. This year, the Blue Oval expects that margin to grow; through the end of November, Ford says it has outsold Toyota by 396,041 units.
Retail sales of Ford products are projected to exceed 1.7 million units for 2013 (the best retail result in 6 years for the company), with passenger cars accounting for 600k of that total. The redesigned Fusion is expected to crest the 290k mark, and the Fiesta is said to be ready to hit a model-record of 70k-plus. Meanwhile, utility vehicles and trucks are still paying a lot of bills in Dearborn, with the new Escape racking up an expected 300k sales and F-Series trucks chugging along at 688,810 units sold thru November.
Ford rolled into the Sao Paulo Motor Show with some pretty cool crossovers in tow, the awesomest of all being the EcoSport Storm concept shown above, which draws its inspiration directly from the F-150 SVT Raptor. It packs a lower grille clearly derived from the now-famous muscle truck, as well as a Blue Storm paint job, black and silver trim, special graphics, lower body cladding and 215/75 R15 off-road tires. Don't go holding your breath for a supercharged V8, though; made locally in Brazil, India and Thailand, the tiny EcoSport is typically powered by a three- or four-cylinder engine.
The Storm isn't the only specially prepared Ecosport on show, however, joined as it is by another pair called Beauty and the Beast. Beauty is decked out in matte copper with a black roof, LED fog lamps, 18-inch wheels with low-profile tires and an interior complete with four individual bucket seats, leather upholstery and a full multimedia suite. The Beast, meanwhile, takes a sportier approach with a white pearl finish, blue and orange trim and three-bar grille. It also wears 18-inch wheels and LED fog lamps, but its interior swaps out its rear seats for a bike rack.
Joining the EcoSport show cars was an Edge crossover equipped with all the latest technologies and done up in bright red with three-bar grille, bulging hood, and an interior featuring 10-inch touchscreens and leather upholstery. Feel free to read more in the press release below.
With more and more members of the Ford brand adopting a new familial face, the Focus has been left looking like an odd man out. At the Geneva Auto Show, though, it properly rejoined the family, adopting the now familiar Aston Martin-ish grille that's proliferated throughout the range.
Overall, we're liking the refreshed Focus' look. Aside from the new grille, the headlights have been restyled and now look like elongated versions of the lamps on the Focus ST. Functionally, those headlamps are bi-xenon units, complete with an adaptive front lighting system. Out back, the rear retains the same overall look, which has been smoothed out for 2015.
In the cabin, the second-generation of Ford's much-maligned Sync system makes its debut. Sync 2, as it's called, is supposedly more intuitive than the first-gen system. Ford is promising "one-shot" navigation functions for the system. Saying "I'm hungry," should bring up a list of nearby restaurants. Of course, we'll be reserving final judgment until we can test the new system in person.