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First Impression: 2018 Mustang GT Convertible

First Impression: 2018 Mustang GT Convertible

Like many, we have seen photos of the 2018 Mustang, but we had not seen the car in the sheetmetal flesh. That would change at Barrett-Jackson in Palm Beach.Read More

2017 Ford Raptor Review

2017 Ford Raptor Review

One of the most anticipated performance off-road trucks in the last few years is finally out and we were behind the wheel. We test the 2017 Ford Raptor and see how much the truck can actually take.Read More

A Crash Course In Focus RS & F-150 Raptor Capabilities

A Crash Course In Focus RS & F-150 Raptor Capabilities

We preview the Ford Performance Racing School’s RS Adrenaline Academy and Raptor Assault at the Utah Motorsports Campus and we are ready to go back!Read More

Clearing The Air On Ethanol And Performance Engines

Clearing The Air On Ethanol And Performance Engines

We sat down with the fuel system and engine management pros from AEM Electronics, Fuel Injector Clinic and VP Racing to set the facts straight on ethanol's use in late-model import and domestic performance engines.Read More

Adam’s Polishes Factory Tour: The Secret Is Out!

Adam’s Polishes Factory Tour: The Secret Is Out!

The secret is out! Over the past five years, Adam’s Polishes from Louisville, Colorado, has been growing fast and taking the detailing world by storm. The best kept secret is not a secret anymore. Read more here.Read More

Video: The Hurst Legend Lives On With Modern Musclecars

Video: The Hurst Legend Lives On With Modern Musclecars

The Hurst legend is alive and well with performance upgrades for modern musclecars like the Chevrolet Camaro, Ford Mustang, and Dodge Challenger and Charger. Step inside for a ride along.Read More

Blasting Around Sebring In The 670HP Roush Stage 3

Blasting Around Sebring In The 670HP Roush Stage 3

We pilot this 670 hp Roush supercharged Mustang around Sebring International Raceway. The chance to drive one in anger on this track is not to be denied, and it served as a fine venue to test the mettle of the RS3.Read More

A Fond Farewell To The Six-Cylinder ’Stang

A Fond Farewell To The Six-Cylinder ’Stang

We look back at the unsung hero of the muscle car wars, the V6 Mustang, as we bid adieu to this old warrior.Read More

Caught! Could This Be The Next Ford Ranger?

Caught! Could This Be The Next Ford Ranger?

Spotted! Could this be the new Ranger that Ford announced at the NAIAS. Is this the mythical unicorn we all hoped it would be? See the truck up close and personal inside!Read More

Designing A Custom Crank With Scat Crankshafts

Designing A Custom Crank With Scat Crankshafts

Tom Lieb, founder of Scat Enterprises, shows us how his team tackles the R&D and manufacturing hurdles of custom crankshafts designed for anyone and virtually any application.Read More

Current To Classic: Our New Sites Are Dedicated To Ford

Current To Classic: Our New Sites Are Dedicated To Ford

Today is a thrilling day for us. We officially pulled the covers off not one but two incredible performance projects. These are not new project cars, however, they are our brand-new sites, Ford Muscle and FordNXT.Read More

CGS Performance’s EcoBoost Droptop Head-Turner

CGS Performance’s EcoBoost Droptop Head-Turner

CGS Performance is no stranger to the SEMA project car game, so the company knew it had to push the envelope with its second Mustang project in as many years—a widebody EcoBoost convertible.Read More

Does The Focus RS Live Up To The Hottest Hatch Hype?

Does The Focus RS Live Up To The Hottest Hatch Hype?

After a long wait since riding shotgun in a new Focus RS, we finally managed to talk our way into borrowing the keys to one during an all-too-brief visit to the Great Lakes state.Read More

Look At The Amazing Fords Inside A Private Florida Museum

Look At The Amazing Fords Inside A Private Florida Museum

Mark Pieloch was kind enough to give us a personal tour of the American Muscle Car Museum, which is car enthusiast’s dreamland. It houses his personal collection of vehicles.Read More

Debate: Should You Let Your Car Warm Up First In Cold Weather?

Debate: Should You Let Your Car Warm Up First In Cold Weather?

Decades ago, we let our cars warm up in cold weather because we had to. Today, your modern car can warm up enough to drive in the amount of time it takes to put on your seatbelt.Read More

PRI 2016: Stage 8's Latest In Mechanical Locking Fastener Systems

PRI 2016: Stage 8’s Latest In Mechanical Locking Fastener Systems

While at PRI 2016, we stopped by the Stage 8's booth and talk to the company's Vice President of Technical Support, Glenn Thompson, to see what products they are excited to show consumers.Read More

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