A refresh from last year, Alan and Donna Bartling’s awesome 1988 Ford Mustang built for CP competition is back available!
More information available over on our FOR SALE page!
During my daily driving time with my ’67 Mustang around Thanksgiving, I began to notice some issues with the clutch pedal. The clutch didn’t seem to be disengaging and the pedal seemed to have a lot of motion to the side…
As you can see, the pedal was hanging oddly. After some research I thought this was worn out clutch pedal bushings and put in an order with Mustang Steve for one of his Ball Bearing Clutch Pedal Conversions. While I was waiting on the kit, I started tearing everything down and found more surprises. (more…)
This was a huge week in the Mustang world. To say that Ford “broke the internet” might be understating what happened on Monday with Ken Block’s Gymkhana 7 and the amazing “Hoonicorn” Mustang.
Then there was Ford’s unveiling of the GT350.
Inevitably, when something as amazing as the new Shelby GT350 comes out, you get the “I’VE GOT TO HAVE THAT!” feeling. Such was my day on Monday when the images and details hit the web. How could I not want something that sounds so good, looks so good, and probably was going to be fast as heck?
Of course, no pricing details were revealed and availability on Ford’s website is tagged as “Fall 2015”.
A few days of thought and despite more pretty pictures and glowing articles, reality sets in that this thing is going to be expensive. Which got me to thinking… (more…)
I just had to share this episode of Big Muscle on Drive.
When I initially saw the picture I could have sworn I was looking at a picture of my ’67 before it got painted! A little different, but the soundtrack this thing makes is almost exactly the same.
For your viewing pleasure, here’s an old dyno run on the ’67 so you can see what I mean.
More from the TAMSCC practice later this week. Enjoy!
Got a really awesome surprise today! I don’t often submit to websites to try and get my work (automotive or photography) featured, but I took a chance on Speedhunters for their Born in the USA feature.
And I got picked and was the feature photo!
Pretty stoked. There are some really nice rides in the feature. If you’d like to see some more of the Mustang, make sure to checkout my previous post Mustang Photo Shoot
Merry Christmas to all! Now that holidays have come I can share a photo shoot that I did a few months back without spoiling a surprise since these photos ended up as part of a photobook for my father, Ken Stroh, who helped me build my ’67 Mustang into what it is today.
Early on an October morning I set out in my camera to try and capture the car in some interesting locales. Not that I have any inkling that I can approach the talent of the Speedhunters, StanceWorks, Petrolicious, or Depth of Speed guys I wanted to do something a little different. (more…)
I actually completed this a long time ago, but haven’t had time to post until now. After a few drives in the Mustang with the Corbeau FX-1 Pros I decided it was time for a change. Don’t get me wrong, the seats had great support and the cushion was fairly comfortable, but let’s face it – the ’67 is not a race car. The shoulder bolsters simply pushed you into an uncomfortable position for day to day driving.
So where does that leave us? I still had a headroom problem which needed resolution. (more…)
Just because it’s almost the 4th of July!
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