After the 1965 GT 350 and GT 350 R, the 1966 GT 350 and GT 350 H, came the GT 350, GT 500 and Super Snake in 1967. The Mustang that we present to you today is David’s Shelby GT 500, a young Swede who bought it in Uncle Sam’s country in 2019 to import it in 2020 at his home in Europe.Read More »David and his ’67 Shelby GT500
Since he was a child, Jérémy has always traveled a lot. He even went to live abroad afterwards. He grew up between Paris and Casablanca, stayed in Australia where he developed a passion for V8s, then worked for a year in India. He has no particular attachment to a specific place on the planet. Since 1983, Jérémy has been in Los Angeles, California a few times without being particularly attached to the City of Angels …Read More »Jeremy and his ’74 Mach 1
Rudy, from Nouvelle Aquitaine, in France, has just completed the restoration of a ‘65 fastback. If he is passionate about cars, and more particularly classic ones, nothing seemed to intend to restore an american car of the sixties… And yet!Read More »Rudy and his ’65 fastback
José, 76, lives in Seine-et-Marne, France. In September 2018, he bought a second generation Ford Mustang: the car was then forty years old. In this article, he tells us under what conditions he got it, then how, little by little over the last few years, he has made it a reliable car that looks good.Read More »José and his ‘78 Mustang II
Since the age of 14, Pascal has had a passion for cars in general, and the Mustang in particular. He lives in Normandy, in a village between Dieppe and Rouen, and today, at the age of 54, owns a magnificent limited edition Mustang coupe “2012 Mustang Club of America”. The model may speak to the blog’s older readers, as we already had the opportunity to present Ivan’s MCA convertible over three years ago.Read More »Pascal and his 2012 MCA Mustang
Since I started the restoration of my coupe, I have only one thing in mind; once back to the road and reliable as it should, I will go on road-trips with my Mustang! The idea seems interesting despite the ever-increasing cost of gas (at least here in France) and a gas mileage between 15 and 20 MPG (12-16 litres per 100km).