This is what passed for style. How do we know it’s a 1979? The headlight covers have birds on them (added for 1978 my) and the grille now has larger rectangles. (The taillights have abandoned the effort to visually connect to one another.) Trust me. Read More
This is the cracker-mobile, right down to the color and roof, except that it lacks bondo, rust, unmatched wheels, unmatched tires, and pretty much starts when you want it too, and runs until you tell it to shut off. Also, the lights work, 24 year after Cracker’s version. It’s cousin was in the parking lot:Read more "Barrett Jackson 2009: 1968 Mercury Cougar"
Mainstream Mustangs Sedan and wagon models to join coupe as Ford builds on pony car’s strong brand By GREG KABLE AND BOB GRITZINGER AutoWeek | Published 12/13/06, 3:12 pm et Ford’s iconic Mustang is poised to play a crucial role in Ford’s future by expanding beyond its traditional role as a single performance figurehead into […]Read more "Worst Idea Ever"