1969 Ford Mustang on 2040-cars
Butler, Alabama, United States
CORRECT (POSSIBLY ORIGINAL) 351 W 4V ENGINE
FACTORY 4 SPEED TRANSMISSION
FACTORY 9 INCH REAR END WITH 3.25 TRACTION LOCK
MANUAL FRONT DISC BRAKES
FOLD DOWN REAR SEAT
SPOILERS FRONT AND REAR
15 INCH MAGNUM 500 WHEELS
BF GOODRICH RADIAL TAs
4 SPEED CONSOLE
SOME NEWER TRIM ITEMS
THIS IS A REAL 63C CODE MACH 1 WITH THE DATA PLATE STILL IN PLACE ON THE DRIVER'S DOOR AND THE VIN NUMBER PRESENT
ON THE DASH.
PAINT WAS ORIGINALLY DARK JADE AND AS YOU CAN SEE IT IS NOW A BEAUTIFUL EMERALD GREEN. THE BODY IS VERY STRAIGHT
AND SUPER SOLID. THERE IS A SMALL PAINT BLISTER ON THE TRUNK LID AND THE BOTTOM OF BOTH DOORS. VERY MINOR AND THEY
HAVE BEEN THERE FOR A LONG TIME WITHOUT GETTING WORSE. THERE IS ALSO SOME CRACKING IN THE PAINT NEAR THE BASE OF
THE ANTENNA. THE PAINT STILL SHINES UP NICELY BUT IS A LITTLE THIN IN SOME SPOTS.
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Auto blogWed, 26 Jun 2013
Our combined knowledge of the 2015 Ford Mustang continues to deepen, as spy shooters have begun to compile video and audio of the upcoming sixth-generation car.
Case in point is this latest series of video clips, which not only gives us a great vantage point of the Mustang in motion, but also allows us to hear the Ford V8 engine and exhaust. After perusing the aural delights of this short video, which, admittedly, doesn't catch the Mustang GT at full song, we can at least say that the throaty exhaust isn't disappointing.
Chances are good that the 2015 Mustang GT will debut with some version of the current (and excellent) Coyote 5.0-liter V8 engine, though we're unclear as to whether or not the motor has been massaged for its next-gen debut, or what may have been done to exhaust plumbing. At this point, we're just happy to hear the pony run. Scroll below to hear for yourself.
Ford has made an art of deeper-than-normal midlife updates since the 2010 Fusion, a strategy that has allowed it to keep models looking fresher in showrooms for longer without needing full redesigns. Instead of slight touchups to light fixtures, new paint colors and perhaps new wheel patterns, Ford has been digging deeper, with significant sheetmetal changes and very different front-end looks, along with an increased emphasis on new in-car technologies to keep models vibrant. Other automakers are following this trend, and Ford itself is continuing on the path with this new 2015 Focus Sedan.
There's a handsome new SE Sport Package that includes a firmer touring suspension, modest body kit and 17-inch wheels.
We first saw this sleek Aston Martin-like nose fitted to a Focus at the Geneva Motor Show last month, but Ford only showed the new look on the five-door hatchback - this is the first appearance of the sedan, which will bow at next week's New York Auto Show. The front end treatment is the same, with a new hood, new headlamps incorporating LED accents, a different grille shape and a completely revised lower fascia that does away with the 2014 model's controversial triangle-shaped corners and gaping intakes. The rear gets a new two-piece, laser-brazed trunk lid with new taillamps, but the overall look is quite similar to last year's car. In any case, the refreshed look brings the Focus sedan more in line with the design of Ford's other recently reworked cars, including the Fusion and Fiesta.
Is your beloved in love with the new 2015 Ford Mustang? Do they like chocolate (that's a trick question - everyone likes chocolate)? Are they a bit of a futurist? Then this Hallmark holiday, you need to get them this Ford Mustang, 3D-printed in sweet, delicious chocolate.
Ford is teaming with 3D Systems' Sugar Lab in LA to produce the super-accurate pony car confections in both chocolate and sugar candy varieties. The process kicked off with a CAD rendering of the 2015 Mustang, which was then programmed into the 3D printer. After a bit of work from the machine, a four-inch long, two-inch tall Mustang was the result. Why the tieup with 3D Systems, though?
"We wanted to create something fun to show that while 3D printing made these edible Mustangs, manufacturing-level 3D printing was used in the development of Ford's all-new sports car," said Paul Susalla, Ford's supervisor of 3D printing.