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1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 on 2040-cars

US $15,040.00
Year:1969 Mileage:63455 Color: Blue /
 Black
Location:

Erie, Illinois, United States

Erie, Illinois, United States

1969 Mustang Mach 1 390 s code big block with factory 4 speed and 325 traction- lok rear
end. It is a real s-code 390, runs and drives great, has rim blow steering wheel, sport deck fold down rear seat
with pass through. flow master exh. engine was rebuilt in 95 with Trw 30 over pistons a 280h Comp cam Trw push rods
edelbrock heads and intake MSD Ign. I have put it back to stock as much as possible with stock heads and intake and
stock coil when I had the heads redone I put stainless steel 428 valves in that are a little larger and a 735 holly
,old owner added the temp and oil pressure gauges where the ash tray was,do not know when the color was changed it
was that color when I bought it.

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Riding along in Ford's bonkers Fiesta ST Global RallyCross car [w/video]

Wed, 28 Aug 2013 14:58:00 EST



The Mountune-worked Fiesta ST GRC does 0-to-60 mph in 1.9 seconds.
On any given day, and every single weekend, there's at least one parking in the country invaded by manufacturer and team trucks. The be-chromed beasts and their 53-foot trailers are slotted into rows, men and women decorate the lot with orange cones to mark the invisible tracery of a temporary track, cars get unloaded, crews fret over them. The ritual can be as beautiful as the sunrise to those with enthusiast hearts, but it's just as common.

Ford Focus was best-selling nameplate in 2012

Tue, 09 Apr 2013 15:44:00 EST

Last August, Ford made a few waves by claiming that the Ford Focus was, at that point, the top-selling car in the world. The automaker failed to account for variations of the Toyota Corolla wearing a different name (such as the Auris and Matrix), however. With official data from Polk coming in now, Ford is able to say that the Focus was, in fact, the best-selling nameplate in the world last year.
Using new-car registrations (which doesn't factor in fleet sales), the Polk data shows that a total of more than one million Focus models around the world. Strong sales in the US and China have led to a 16 percent increase in year-over-year Focus sales from 2011 that helped to create even more of a gap between it and the second-best global seller, the Corolla.
Ford also had the Fiesta and F-Series listed in the top 10 for worldwide nameplates, but what's even more impressive is the fact that the F-Series is only sold in North America. Scroll down to see the list (compiled by Ford using Polk data) of the top global sellers last year and a press release from Ford.

The big dune jump and the damage done

Mon, 20 May 2013 19:57:00 EST

The Silver Lake sand dunes see their fair share of well-built trophy trucks executing impressive jumps. Drivers build insane pieces of machinery for the express purpose of sailing through the air like mad men and women.
Mike Higgins is no stranger to the area. His heavily modified Ford trophy truck has gone flying through the sky on more than one occasion, but he recently bit off more than he could chew. After hitting a particularly lofty dune, Higgins went airborne for a ridiculous 180 feet before becoming intimately familiar with the finer points of gravity.
While Higgins nailed the jump, his landing fell short of wowing the judges. The impact very nearly broke his truck in two. Despite the mechanical mayhem, the driver walked away without a scratch, proving that occasionally miracles really do happen. You can check out the jump and the subsequent destruction below for yourself. Be warned: there's a fair bit of foul language.