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Mustang Gt on 2040-cars

US $16,640.00
Year:1965 Mileage:62784 Color: Red
Location:

Saint Anthony, Iowa, United States

Saint Anthony, Iowa, United States

For more details eMail me : gratiafeldsteincx@gmx.ch Highly Desirable Very Rare All Original" 1965 Ford Mustang Gt "a" Code. This, Is Not A Tribute Car. Please Look At The Last Picture Detailing The Build Code, As Well As Visit , You will not find a nicer more original 1965 Mustang GT convertible. This car looks, drives and runs like it is new. Many times you hear people say you could buy their old car and drive across county and never have a problem. 99% of the time this is a lie. This car is the 1%. I am not saying this to sell the car it truly is like stepping back in time and buying it new. Every detail is complete to the GT package.

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Ford begins testing right-hand-drive Mustang

Wed, 20 Aug 2014 09:02:00 EST

Ford has officially kicked off testing of the right-hand-drive variant of its sixth-generation, 2015 Mustang, according to a statement issued by the company, which came with the above photo.
According to Ford, this will mark the first time a right-hand-drive 'Stang has traveled down the company's assembly line alongside its LHD brethren. It is far from the first of the legendary pony cars to feature its wheel on the wrong side, though, as converters in RHD markets across the globe have been making swaps for years.
Ford is planning on using the white, droptop Mustang for RHD development ahead of the car's arrival in the UK, Australia and South Africa, among other markets. Scroll down for the official press blast.

Ford lowers MPG ratings on six vehicles

Thu, 12 Jun 2014 14:44:00 EST

Ford has announced that it will be lowering the fuel economy ratings on a number of its 2013 and 2014 model year vehicles after an error was discovered in the company's internal testing data. The EPA has been notified.
Worryingly for Ford, the vast majority of the vehicles affected are hybrids, including the C-Max, Fusion and MKZ in both hybrid and plug-in varieties (where applicable). Also covered as part of the rerating is the entire lineup of 2014 Fiesta engines, with the exception of the ST, including the turbocharged, three-cylinder EcoBoost.
The C-Max was originally rated at 47/47/47 mpg, but dropped to 43/45/40 last year and now to 40/42/37.

2015 Ford F-150 shaves 700 pounds, adds 2.7-liter EcoBoost [w/video]

Mon, 13 Jan 2014 00:01:00 EST

The Ford F-150 is one of the best selling vehicles on the planet. Considering that, one can imagine that when it comes time for a redesign, there are hardly any half measures. For its lucky thirteenth generation, Ford has gone all-in on the single most important vehicle in its portfolio, redesigning it from the ground up.
The big news is the F-150's new, lightweight, Atlas-inspired body. Ninety-three percent of that new body is made from a sort of aluminum alloy not unlike what the US military uses in its M2 Bradley fighting vehicles and Humvees, and it accounts for up to 70 percent of the F-150's 700-pound weight reduction. As a side benefit, the aluminum body should prove more resistant to dents and dings. Built Ford tough, indeed.
If you're wondering where the other 30 percent of that 700-pound weight loss went, 8.5 percent (60 pounds) came from the increased use of high-strength steel (up from 23 percent to 77 percent) in its ladder-box frame. Ford claims this steel is comparable to some of the heavy duty pickups used by its competitors, with a PSI rating of 70,000.