1969 Ford Mustang on 2040-cars
Fair Oaks, California, United States
1969 Ford Mustang Fastback M code
351 windsor original engine rebuilt with less than 1500 miles on the new rebuild. The Rebuild on the engine
Upgraded to Roller , Edelbrock aluminum heads, new 4 barrel holly Carb. .Original 4 speed Top loader transmission.
Ford 9" Post rear end with limited slip differential 350 gears. 4 wheel disc brakes. Power brakes. Koni shocks
front and back. Headers and new exhaust.. Fiberglass Cowl hood custom made. Shelby fiberglass side scoops and
functional for the Air flow to the rear brakes. Ford Factory look stereo system with bluetooth connetion and usb.
Center Console with glove compartment and 2 cup holders. Interior had no rips or tears, carpet is in good condition
along with the headliner and seat upholstery. trap door and fold down seat are intact and working. Fiberglass
interior pieces are in condition and are not cracked or broken.
Front tires 245/50/16 ..Rear tires 275/5016
Rust Free car !!
The paint is in good condition and is about 3 years old. color is close to Burgundy and clear coat is a matte/satin not glossy.
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Auto blogFri, 12 Apr 2013
The current Ford Explorer is sold in more than 64 countries, and this three-row vehicle continues to grow in popularity worldwide. To keep up with demand, Ford began producing the Explorer at Ford Sollers Elabuga Assembly Plant in Tatarstan, Russia, a joint venture facility. This partnership will build Russian-market Explorers only, and production of export vehicles not destined for Russian buyers will continue to be built at Ford's assembly plant in Chicago.
Before this plant went online, Ford would ship Explorers to Russia (and other regions around the world) as partially assembled knock-down units where final assembly would eventually take place. While there is no indication as to how many Explorers Ford Sollers will build for Russia, Ford did add that exports of the SUV were up 65 percent last year (from 2011) accounting for more than 24,000 units.
Scroll down for a press release about the Russian Explorer as well as a video (bad music and all) showing the SUV being produced in Tatarstan.
Ford Motor Company is announcing a major personnel shakeup that could have a dramatic effect on the future of the Lincoln division. Kumar Galhotra (pictured above), currently vice president of engineering at Ford for all of its vehicles worldwide, is taking over as the president of the luxury brand on September 1, replacing Jim Farley. The automaker is also hiring a new head of advanced engineering.
Galhotra has a huge job ahead of him as the new boss of Lincoln worldwide, overseeing product development, marketing, sales and service. His task is to turn the luxury division into a world-class brand as quickly as possible, and he reports directly to Ford President and CEO Mark Fields.
"These changes underscore our commitment to build on the success of our One Ford plan by accelerating our pace of progress. They also make clear we are serious about Lincoln as a world-class luxury brand and that product excellence and innovation are what will deliver growth and define our entire company going forward," said Fields in the company's announcement.
On the surface, there's very little that the Ford Fiesta ST and Toyota GT86 (or the Scion FR-S that is sold in the US, or the largely similar Subaru BRZ) share in common. One is a hatchback with power coming from a turbocharged engine routed to the front wheels. The other is a coupe with power coming from a naturally aspirated four-cylinder boxer engine routed to the rear wheels.
Thing is, both of them are reasonably priced performance cars aimed at a similar segment of the automotive marketplace, so a comparison isn't out of the question. It is with all of this in mind that we direct you to the video below, in which the blokes from Evo pit the two manic little machines against one another on a race track. The result? Well, it can be summed up this way: Fast versus fun.
See how the track battle goes down in the video below.