The temptation to allow your Mustang GT to “stretch its legs just this one time” is pretty high. The problem is the flashing lights that aren’t cameras taking your picture as you cross the finish line first.
This week’s Pinup Pole Show Pinup of the Week features all the Pinup Pole Show stars posing with Ted Joneson’s 1950 Ford Tudor, with photography by Shane Karns.
When the 2016 Shelby GT350 came out, it was the most advanced Mustang Ford had ever put out. With its magnetic dampers and flat plane crank 5.2-liter high revving V8, it was an elite track performer. The 2019 version of the Shelby GT350 is now the king, that is of course until the 2020 Shelby GT500 comes out.
This week’s Pinup Pole Show Pinup of the Week features one of our most charming drivers: creative editor of Car Crush Magazine, Punk Daddy.
When Ford Motor Co stepped away from NHRA competition, it meant changes for Funny Car stalwart Bob Tasca III.
Today’s CCF is a Mustang that doesn’t get enough love.
Leaving packages in the rear of an SUV for the purchaser to claim might seem like a good idea in an era where front-porch ad doorstep thievery is rampant, but there are certain drawbacks to this kind of delivery option.
2019 has been a good year for Wilkerson, who drove his Ford Mustang to the final rounds of both the Gainesville and Las Vegas races, the latter NHRA’s second four-wide contest, now in its second year.
This week’s Pinup Pole Show Pinup of the Week is the confident Candace Cane!
This week we have one of writer, producer and pinup model Tonya Kay’s favorite photoshoots, featuring Fabian Sanchez’s 1956 Ford Fairlane!