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May 25th, 2013
Wallace Wyss is working on a new book with barn finds over 100.000 dollar value.
We are just doing an interview with him, yet have a few more questions pending for a review. Here are just a few first remarks of him.
Editor: Isnít Jerry Heasley already working in this area with two books already published in his RARE FINDS series?
WYSS: Yes he is and I think he has homed in on an exciting conceptófinding pictures of the cars when they are rusted and forlorn and telling how they were found.
Ed: So what makes your book really different?
WYSS: I am drawing a line or making a threshold, as it were, of $100,000 value today so in order for any car to be featured in my book it would have to be worth that. Of course there are some in my book worth , say $40 million , so it averages out that I am writing about $100 million worth of cars in 50 chapters.
Ed: Why did you draw that line?
WYSS I knew a guy in the Mustang business (co--founded California Mustang Accessories) who once said ďWhy look down on the ground for dimes when thereís dollars in the trees?Ē so he meant why think small, so I am encouraging car fans to search not only for the Mustang notchback down the street but some real treasure, a neglected car that could be worth from $100,000 up when restored.
May 25th, 2013
Our friend Trevor Legate did it again - another Cobra Book with co-author Kay Hafner with the title "The story of an Icon" feauring the history, but also 40 pages of an AC and Shelby Cobra meeting from 2012, where almost 40 genuine Cobras gathered in a barn on the occasion of the 50th Anniversary (we reported on that earlier further down this page).
The book is now available from Collectorscarworld.com
May 20th, 2013
Rare Find - One of two
1971 460cui Mach1
This car was indeed believed to be a Shelby Europa for more than 2 decades. Upon further research with the owners and Kevin Marti on those cars, we noted there was something wrong with it. Note the front fender emblem on the hockey stripe that caused the historic error aside from narrations over the years.
Yet the owner was not aware that his car was listed as a Shelby Europa and it turned out to be an even more interesting car after we finally succeeded to contact the current owner Anders A. in Sweden.
The full story will be in our club magazine first and added here later.
This car was ordered by an australian Ford engineer, who was working in Detroit back then in 1971. He and a mate had Ford deliver two 71 Mach1 to the Stark Hickey Ford dealer, who installed 460cui engines. One was then imported to Australia, the other guy was shocked by the high import taxes and decided to step back. This second car made it then to Sweden to another Ford employee. It ended up in Anders hands.
May 20th, 2013
Finally we found the trace of the Shelby G.T.250 again last year and could trace it down. Unfortunately we have to report it as being lost. Philippe Bervoet, the partner of Claude Dubois sold it after his ownership to Olcar Sales in Le Hulpe. M. Olcar sold it to one of his longtime norwegian customers. In the mid 80ies, the G.T.250 was parted out and scrapped, as he told us. At some time during Bervoets ownership the GT40 289 engine must have been taken out as both M. Olcar and the norwegian owner told us, it had a 302 installed. We have updated our related webpage.
May 20th, 2013
Guenter Ohler was the Mustang man back then and he is still today around with vintage Mustang racers. Aside from being an excellent mechanic, he also drove his own Shelby from 1968-1971. Here we see him probably at the Hockenheimring. I stumbled over this picture at our last weekends meeting. Guenter was there.
Here is a link to his race results.
We'd like to know the VIN of this Shelby.
May 19th, 2013
A new record in our event history.
At this years First Mustang Club of Germany 1964-1973 e.V. 32nd International Meeting we had more than 420 Mustangs on 18th/19th. of May.
We welcomed Mustanger from the UK, Belgium, Netherlands, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Luxembourg, the United States and many more nations.
A Ford of Europe film team was there to do interviews and do a movie on this event.
The Technik Museum Sinsheim offers indeed with their spectacular airplane environment a very nice scenario for our Mustangs - old and newer ones.
Ever seen a real 1971 Shelby de Mexico GT-351?
If not, check out ebay now for an opportunity to buy one or download the photos.
AFO1MR27185 is on sale with the item no. 221227922871. Check it out
When Alan Faulkner-Stevens restores a Shelby, it might double its sales value, because it is done perfectly at a top concours level.
This is the case with 6S1393 that saw a number of paint jobs during various resto attempts in its life changing from the original black/gold to red/gold and then white/blue, red/gold again and now back into its original black/gold livery.
We plaid a bit with the number. Considering the car being sold at 3754 Dollar in 1966 and a rental fee of 17 Dollar a day and 17cents for the mile, the car could catch today at its current value1040 dollar a day and 1040 cents the mile. Not bad. Calculating what it would earn for Hertz with 9 month operation (it was actually used 11 month) and a 10.000 miles borderline (it had 10.023miles, when being returned), the car would earn almost 380.000 Dollar at that rate today...well, if someone would pay that rental price. Now what is the current value?
To relate those number on the left .... by inflation a Shelby Hertz ex-factory would cost today 26900 Dollar and the rental fee per day. Would be 120 Dollar with 1,20 a mile.
Dean Jeffries passed away
on May 5th.
Dean was a big name in the Pinstriping scene, but also in the custom car era. Working with George Barris he created numerous outstanding cars by himself, such as the Ford Cougar concept for the Thunderbird in 1962.
He got better known in Ford/Shelby circles by painting the first Cobra CSX2000 numerous times to simulate an already started production for the public ordered by Carroll Shelby. Also for owning one of the few GT40 roadster GT #109.
We offered author Wallace Wyss the opportunity to recall his memories about Dean Jeffries here
April 20th, 2013
Larry Ballard owns a rare and valuable Shelby.
5S271 is aleady a piece of racing history. John Mangold turned it into a B/P racer in the late 60ies and since then it was raced for all of its lifetime. Larry is a co-founder of the Autobahn Country Club near Chicago.
Now you see the connection to us in Germany. We will feature his outstanding car in our next club mag. Actually it is one of only about 35 early 1965 Shelbys that were raced early on by independent drivers.
Thanks to John this car has certainly already reached a value of above 200.000 dollar.
But this is not what counts for John. "They were made to be driven and I plan to drive it for a long time". It is a lot of fun. Well said.
Since Ed Ludtke owned it for a period, we will feature his memories as well on the car. We brought Larry and Ed together and it turned out that Ed still has the Mangold trophies...maybe to share with Larry. Sounds like a good deal made.
April 20th, 2013
The COBRA 50th Anniversary was last year, yes we know, but little had been published about an extraordinary german event that took place near my hometown.
29 real Shelby Cobras gathered in a nice exclusive private barn and celebrated their own Cobra fest.
I missed it frankly...but heard from it once and then, until one owner recently contacted me.
In that email conversation I learned that Trevor Legate is publishing soon in mid 2013 a new Cobra book including 40 pages about this specific events and the rare Cobras that were on display there.
Sometimes it is just coincidence that you get to hear something that is in the pipeline. Now you know...
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April 19th, 2013
There is plenty of artwork out there about Mustangs, but this one catched my eyes.
Roger Lusty does water color artwork of your individual Ponycar in 13 x 21" for 400$. He just needs about 10 weeks, but it will be outstanding like this one.
Visit his website at www.rogers-auto-art.ca
April 17th, 2013
Not many exciting news on this day, as many enthusiasts expected.
Just the 49th Anniversary of the Mustang release date in the US.
The 1 millionth Mustang built at Flat Rock, 8,5 millions built so far, numbers that can be told with pride from Ford and should be enough for the moment, no doubt.
The more interesting things for Mustang historians happen in the background right now.
We will tell you in the next days.
Expect some 50th marketing actions with clubs
from Ford, but we are going to tell you more tidbids about famous Mustangs of
the past instead ..like the Group1 Shelby notchbacks.
April 3rd, 2013
A few new facts for Mustang historians
Every Mustanger knows the April 17th is a special date in its history.
The debut of the car in New York.
But it was already launched on the April 12th. In Switzerland and in Bern to be exact.
John Hirsch - Fords Switzerland general manager - and the US ambassador displayed it in the Kursaal in Bern and let hundreds of balloons loose which had covered the car before the announcement. So think again next time...the Mustang was launched in Europe already on April 12th, 1964.
Note the Pony emblem embroidered on the curtain behind. A strange Pony emblem that looks like a mix between the 1962/1963 Mustang I promo logo and the final one.
Photo courtesy Zwischengas/Bern AR 12.04.1964
March 26th, 2013
Ford invited a selection of european Mustang club representatives to the 50years Mustang Anniversary launch party in New York.
Ford plans ahead in their GO FURTHER marketing plan to involve a few of the european Mustang clubs already starting with the New York Auto Show 2013, which just opened today.
Steven McCarley (MCA) (and Fords vice president Jim Farley) welcomed Carl Attali (MCdF), Ralf Wurm (FMCoG), Salvatore Mirabella (MCoI), Mark Hayden (MCoGB) to discuss and mindmap around common european events for the 50th Anniversary in 2014.
The new dialogue started with the launch of the new 50th merchandise website (of course) to the club officials, but also to strengthen relationships. They all will have access to the Mustang collection tonight and enjoy a visit to the NYAS. The 1200HP Shelby was on site and many more.
Visit the new Ford 50th Mustang Anniversary show here at www.shopmustangfifty.com and see this video from Ford online
Unfortunately Parnelli Jones did not appear as initially announced ..and no explanation was given, why he could not join.
More cooperations between the clubs and Ford were discussed towards 2014 and european club events for the 50th Anniversary. The interest was bilateral to improved in communications and support, guess why.
The NY show itself disappointed a bit european visitors concerning its size. The Ford and MCA representatives learned that europ. car fairs are much bigger and draw many more car nuts.
March 25th, 2013
Some may cringe at this, but well...yes... Americans and French have something in common.
The famous tricolor colors blue, white, red in their flags. Now look at the Mustangs emblem and find the same colors red, white and blue again....:)
The book is available through major bookshops since this month.
But it took Enguerrand Lecesne
(try your spell-checker on that one) to come up with a thoroughly
researched new Mustang book. Some may wish to learn the french language
now to understand what went on in France.
The french racing history is plastered with Mustangs of all sort and you will be surprised how many actually were raced there. Followers of the autodiva.fr site have gained quite some insight into Mustang history already through our friend J.F.H. aka Mustang 66, but if you consider to make your racing Mustang book collection complete, don't wait too long to get it.
March 26th, 2013
Would you picture that an owner of a Shelby GT350H writes horror stories. Never?
Well, typically horror stories begin with calm scenarios like this picture shows, a suburb of a city, where everything seems to be in order, kids are playing, husbands polishing their cars and ladies ordering the next car parts for X-mas..... o.k. something is already wrong here, sorrry, but what?
Richard Elsliger is not in his car in this picture, because he just left it sit outside to get inspired for his next horror story.
One of his latest books is ROAD CLOSED. A true horror story around Muscle cars and all the stuff that you expect in a horror story.
Though I link instantly rather crime stories to Mustangs (like Bullitt, Diamonds are forever, you name it) - horror stories may have their avid fans out there.
Just browse the web for Richards bloody stuff mixed with Mustangs and the other ones pictures here in his book cover.
And good luck to Richard in selling his books. Give us a theme for another Mustang crime story and we follow it.
March 22nd, 2013 - updated March 28th
Have a closer look at the New York Autoshow with big news coming on.
o.k. No big news indeed!
The Mustang Collection (cloths, merchandise stuff) was on display for the european clubs, but no cars except for the Shelby 1200HP version.
And yes, we were wrong on some new Racing Heritage Special Editions created by the known names in the peripherals of Ford. But we don't give up hope for these to be followed up.
- A 2014 Saleen PJ Edition makes pretty much
Just guesses based on recent informations and rumours we got, but the days for the coming out are counted for new racebred Mustangs...
An Ecoboost new Mustang 2015 driving simulator makes pretty much sense, as the current Mustang owners need to be convinced anyway and the best argument is to let them drive the ST and new Fiesta R5 variety plus the Focus ST and then a Mustang chassis with an Ecoboost. There is little you miss after that.
The series of 50th Anniversary car show eyecatchers
We know we are early, but again the first ones! We told you already the story of Ray McCaffeys 1965 T-5 K-code that will appear at the 50th Anniversary. Now here is another earlybird show car:
John Kamph owns this very nice and outstanding example of the german export version of a 1970 Mustang. Having been an Ford engineer for 35 years and having been at Ford Cologne for some time, he likes to drive today this american muscle car with a a german touch. Not many can say, there car has seen the lights on the Autobahn. 44 years later it is still around and in the US.
"I always like to restore a car that is a little different than most. I am planning on driving my T 5 to Dearborn Michigan in April 2014 for the 50th anniversary of the Mustang."
One of the planned logo artworks for the 50th.
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The Ponydrive plans ahead for the 50th.Anniversary,
but don't forget the 2013 action.
Jacksonville/FL will be the starting point on 1st of April 2014, while Orlando maybe an alternative due to available Mustang rental cars.
If you plan ahead to enhance your 50th. Anniversary travel with a group roadmovie adventure, then this is the time to let David S. Turnbull know about your plans. He has made already a number of arrangements.
The schedule will be announced soon.
If you can't wait you can still join his 2013 adventure from July 4th to July 19th. from Boston north into Canada.
An American Project:
Equus Bass 770 ready to rumble!
Visit their site on Facebook for continous updates on production and appearances. First cars are ready to go.
We've followed it and we follow it. Congratulations to the team.
Evidence found that Phil Clark
- the Mustang logo designer and Mustang I design team member - also
worked again with his friend Larry Shinoda on the XP- Corvette designs in
It takes patience to find further evidence, but we have not given up to dig in the design world of the Mustang and Corvette. Finally we found evidence for Phils creations in the GM archives of 1966. A picture taken by Mr. Madler (GM photographer) on the September 12th, 1966 and filed under 72/70 shows Clark signature on this Corvette design. We hope to find more evidence of Phil Clarks design proofs and we have found a few new former colleagues that finally are able to share their belongings and memories.
Read the story and update on his GM side-career.
Picture courtesy GM archives 9-12-66.
What makes Ponysite such a family oriented website?
It is about our contributors. Here are John and his wife Diane taking this picture. We build up a friendship through the Mustang topic years ago and visited them on the South Island of NZ. John now holds a First Mustang Club of Germany calendar 2013 in his hands enjoying the warm weather outside with his 1966 Sprint Mustang his VW bug while we suffer from snow and ice over here.
John enjoys of course also the nice pics of our club members Mustangs in the calendar that made it around the world to him and his Mustang mates.
No less than 4 are in his immediate neighbourhood.
Staying in touch - on a global scale.. and a friendly family atmosphere while talking about cars, but also about things that life throws in your way ...listening and sharing are two attributes that are common to our network
Updated Feb. 8th(26th 2013
The Dearborn Steel Tubing 2-seater designed by Vince Gardner is ready for the show.
It will have its coming out after almost 50 years at the Amelia Island Concours show early March 2013.
Restored by Capaldi Enterprises for owner Bill Snyder. It is a true piece of Mustang History.
Make sure you are there.
Thanks to Michael Capozzi and Bill Snyder for the latest pictures Stay tuned for more in the near future.
Hemmings Daily beat us to it, as we were not allowed to publish before others did. Anyhow we update this "old" news.
When Vince Gardner redesigned this preseries Mustang as a 2 seater, he did not know yet that it would have a big show time and a dark longer period. It was first rented by Ford for the Custom Car Caravan and appeared at several shows as we had pointed out in our FCCC special here on this site. It disappeared soon after. As we have it from Bill Snyder it was put behind a brick wall at some time, maybe to prevent it from being crashed, maybe for some other reason. Anyway it spent a longer time in Bill Snyders ownership after 1969 unrestored after he bought it from an insurance company, he stated.
Vince Gardner designing the Mustang III 2-seater in December 1963 already. A preseries Mustang chassis obtained via Andy Hotton for DST "The Tube". The VIN we got early on is not confirmed though as one of the Passino managed cars. We'll put our torch on that VIN issue soon.
More news coming on.
Jean Claude Killy was
a famous skier by 1966, but did you know he was a famous race driver as well.
He raced with Bernard Cahier Porsche 911s, but his dream was always a 1967
GT500. In March 1967 he visited Carroll Shelby and drove a Shelby G.T.350 to
its limit (blowing at least one tire) at Riverside.
Carroll missed the chance to give him a Shelby for Le Mans that year, but had one shipped to Claude Dubois (5R539).
If you wonder about the picture inscription, yes I am just testing a new blog style at www.mustanginside.wordpress.com Check it out.
Ever wondered how they were built?
The 1969 Shelbys assembly process.
We've come across a series of interesting pictures from the Rohm and Haas and A.O.Smith fiberglass production of the 1969 Shelby hood and parts fitment. Thrilling pics.
I was corrected, these pics were published already 4 years ago by a lady, who attended a Mustang meeting where a former A.O.Smith employee showed them in a slide show. Check for the link in the search field of www.saacforum.com
Ford Gyron scale model catches 40.000 Euro at
The original Gyron was a milestone in Fords history. Designed by Alex Tremulis, McKinley Thompson, Syd Mead, Bill Dayton, John Najjar, and Elwood Engel it debuted in 1961 at the New York International Auto Show and featured two wheels mounted along the car's centerline, using a gyroscope for stability.
But there were other breaking news around this car. It was one of the first predicting usage of cell phones and navigation systems in cars.
One of Fords better ideas...in 1961.
Unfortunately the 1:1 size concept car burnt down in the Rotunda fire 1962.
Yet 2 scale models survived, one disappeared in the ownership of the Tremulis
family, but the other came up this year from Ford Designer Joe Oros
1961 Ford Gyron concept car original scale model (1 of 2) catches 40.000 Dollar at yesterdays auction.
The X-Code 1968 Mustang B-Sprint Hardtop...
is already a rare breed of 390/2V equipped Mustangs. In 1968 they built exactly 57 Hardtops with that B-Sprint option acc. to the Marti report.
Read more about his unique Mustang
We would like to hear of other rare X-codes out there. They always appear to be something special. Over the decades I have been in touch or notified of approx. 5 X-codes. The X-code registry run by Marc Schultz had at least 45 to 50 registered when I last heard of it.
Christian from the pays basque owns this
outstanding 1967 Shelby GT500, which we will feature
in our next club mag.
He bought it from the Netherlands
Stay tuned for more in the near future.
The 1967 "SHE" and "HE" Country Mustang
I had been notified of it by my friends Craig and Denise MacGregor already in June, but missed due to my health issues to put it up in time. The car has found already publication meanwhile, yet we have to follow up a lot from 2012 and there is always time to review a few rarities.
"I wanted to let you know first about a Mustang
Denise has purchased.Kevin Marti wrote us after we lodged a report through him.
It seems Denise has accidently bought a 67 convertible manual, A/C, P/S "SHE"
Country Special from Goodro Ford in Denver. Apparenty the High
Country Special and Ski Country Special created by Ford were a inspiring series
for these. When Bill Goodro passed in 1965, Ann - his wife - took over and
created the SHE Country Special. Itís a pretty red special order colour
apparently. Amazing, and now we have all these Shelby bits we cant use!!
on this project. Currently I donít even know what one looks like."|
Well by now they both know how one looks like thanks to the Goodro Family and mustangattitude.com plus Kevin Martis efforts. He published an article in the Mustang Magazine in 2010 already. Out of 28 Hardtops and 9 convertibles, 3 have been found so far. So Denise SHE Country Special is 1 of 3 convertibles.
We are going to feature this rare Special on a separate side.
A 1969 Mach 1 followed by a Baldwin Motion Camaro in the
2012 Teheran- Dizin Rally
Our reporter Ramin sent us this and more nice shots of the recent Tehran-Dizin rally. The classic car scene in Teheran is very active and the cars always catch attention around there and on their way out. Muscle car enthusiasts are everywhere on this world.
Photo credit Omid Azarzamani
First Mustang Club of Germany 1964-1973 e.V. wins the
FORD FANAWARD 2012 in the club section!
In a series of second and third places over the past years the FMCoG finally made it to the top with the fresh design by our clubmate Felix Henrichs. The Gold version is now ours.
Taking care of the Classic Mustangs in Europe with about 440 members the club has remarkable grown over the past decades, but also kept its family and friendships atmosphere.
Visit our website at www.mustangclub.de
A 1972 T-5 export Mustang Q-Code Mach1 in racing trim
Not often do we see today outstanding cars like this one. But Peter from Munich presented us this car in our latest club mag. Originally and officially exported to Germany, it featured the T-5 package on the invoice and has amongst other proofs a 220km/h speedo. Though originally in gold livery, the car has something with its orange color and the door numbers. It has a special DSO 91-6471 as well. Whoever knows more about the history of this car, pls. contact us. Only 162 T-5 Fastback Mach1s were built acc. to the Marti report of this car.
Camillo Pardo (ex Ford GT designer), Laurent Nivalle and
David Hilton display their artwork in Cologne
Galerie am Bruesseler Platz 14, from Oct. 27th- Nov. 27, 2012
Car and Driver shows its already
earlier online published vision of the
in its Nov. 2012 print issue.
Page through the latest issue
Oct. 13th, 2012
Mid November 2013 Ford and HM will announce a new Mustang special Rally style.
Paying tribute to the raceteams of Holmann-Moody/USA and Alan Mann Racing/Surrey/UK the new look features the rally history of the Mustang..
Ford has a lot of success with rallys again today like the WRC and they have become more and more popular with Ken Blocks efforts in the Ghymkhana drivestyle.
Andrew Cowan and Peter Procter won the Tour de France 1964 in their class with the Alan Mann prepared DPK7B licensed Mustang. Second was the DPK6B with Peter Harper and Pollard. Bo Ljungfeldt did not finish nor did Henry Greder in the Ford of France Mustang.
More from the press conference and the official press release here on www.ponysite.de/hm50thTDF.htm
1964 saw the first big rallye racing victories of the Mustang and one or
several 2014 special
model(s) is/are the logic output. |
The Holmann Moody conversion will feature a number of iconic elements like stripe kits and the red color of the Alan Mann Mustangs in the Tour de France after their first outings at the Sofia-Liege-Rallye and then TDF. While he did not use gold on the Mustang, the red-gold had become famous for his racing team colors. As an homage to Allan Mann, who died this year, there is certainly some tolerance amongst Ford fans to combine them for a tribute car. The Alan Mann Estate has given its permission to use his name.
Other features will be rally style accessories. More in the new feature. Watch out for Fords announcement and the picture courtesy Holman-Moody. Read more on www.hm50th.com site.
Read more in our Alan Mann section about his success with the Mustang and GT40
Also an interview with Lee Holman which I did 4 years ago. We hope to have another exclusive insight soon on the making of the new Rally Mustang.
Oct. 10th, 2012
The Equus Bass 770 is ready for the road.
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BULLITT Twilight Zone relived
Plus pics from the chase scene in SFO downtown Pictures courtesy David Kunz
You've got some hours left to browse the archives or would like to read some more in-depth of unexpected Mustang stuff?
Expect some true Rare Finds and interesting bits of Mustang history, you've never heard of... or only seen as write-ups in more recent Mustang specialities books. One source was certainly Ponysite.de.
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RIP Titi Greder
20 years Ponysite
Egoboost Laguna Seca
Vince Gardner at DST
Goldfinger Fastback exclusive
5R107 in CH
Made in Peru
Neerpasch is back in Mustangs
Mustang Club of Italy
Ford Rally Team
Alan Faulkner revisited
1965 station wagon
5R539 scale model
1965 T-5 Fastback
2013 Shelby at the Ring and more!
Almost 60 Bullitt replicas!
New Boss 302 book and D.Farr Interview!
In memoriam Terry Fritts
Peruvian Shelbys revisited in detail
66 Anniversary Gold Mustang
New Shelby movie?
1970 ASC sunroof Mustang
Ford R&D Aachen
DuBois Shelby with Ferrari susp.
Another ARI car
Motor Show Essen 2010
Alex Campion RIP
Mustangs in India movie
Ford Fan Award
Piers Courage Shelby
Camel & Shelby GT500
Mustang Milano scale model update
Diamond Mach1 clone finished
Clark inducted in MCA HoF
Grp 2 68 in NL
Mystery Bullitt sequel
Brad Barnett develops MCA site
Clark inducted to HoF Capri club
Shelby Europa for sale
Phil Clark MCA Hall of Fame
Bullitt & The Apes
68 Shelby at tle Mans
DPK6B for sale
68 swiss Shelby
68 T/A #2
Don Frey RIP
61st Roadster Show
Bob Tasca RIP
Bob Barker A/S
Peru 7AT VIN
67 Shelby Le Mans
J.W. Automotive Shelby
67 Dukes of H.
Equus 500 update
Bowdens at Goodwood
427 HM for sale
Texas Ari pro.
Birth of Mustang
ARI Atlanta 428
71 HM Mach1
Maharajah Road Rallye09
Sony & Cher@R/M
1st Mustang GT?
1st Mustang Hardtop in museum
Jost Capito Head of Perf.
B429 in Luxembourg
Fria 1st. Mustang hardtop
SEMA highlights 09
Evans Shelby book review
Harry Salzman CJ
69 RHD Australian Mustang
Mustero Shelby style
Malte Huths Shelby racer (2)
2 T-5s in Canada
Mustang IV T/A
Goldfinger FB news
Review: low mileage B429
AVD GP 2008
Classic Days at castle Dick
4700 Meccanica Maniero found
Le Mans Classic 08
Phil Clark Stampede 2008
Lee Holman speaks out
11th Flanders Event
40 years Cobra Jet
Monterey Historics preview
2 consecutive Export 71 R-codes
10lb brass scale Pony
1963 1:1 size Pony
1966 FB racer
Kcode T-5 CV
72 Sprint Parade
Jim Clark Revival 08
Ultimate Ford garage
Thoughts on the Mustang future
Visit in CZ/2005 supercharged
Bullitt in Germany
Catch the Wave
Amelia Island T/A
A visit in CZ/2005 supercharged
Bullitt in Germany
Marti tag book
Bullitt in Germany
68 custom car DUKE
1969 T-5 in Spain
5 Peruvian Mustangs
Gen V Twister
Rare Find 70 Boss 302 in Austria
T-bird Italian auction
1967 427 Sideoiler
1970 Hockenheim revisited
Bud Ekins memorial
65 Racer Down under
67 Snakeeye CV project
Diamond Mach1 in UK
Mustang meets Concord
Jacky Icks Mustang
Mach I history
Ford Built Day NL
Homme et une Femme Mustang again
Tasca Shelby mod shop
Gen V Import to Germany
Wyss automotive art
Classic Days Castle Dyck
King Cobra Must.II
67 Shelbys made by A.Faulkner
Tasca 505 again
Shelby Racing in Sweden 07
Phil Clark Stampede 07
Goodwood Speed Festival 07
Tasca 505 unearthed
Alec Campion (A. Mann Racing Team) opens his photobox
New Motor Zealand -Kiwis gone wild
First Clark Pony emblem - Mustang I
McQueens Steering Wheel replica
Diamond Mach1 replica
KS Twister 2008 or not?
Pegasus Mustang reunited with its originators
Michelotti 4700GT Mustang
Alan Faulker Stevens (Shelby expert)
Swiss Mustang & Shelby Museum
SEMA 2006 pics and Galpin Boss
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Tour de France Retour 2006
Anaconda GT690Gene Winfield
Ford Performance Day at the Geneva Classics
Reliving the past in Sweden
Watkins Glen and Lime Rock Park 2006 Gallery
6S342 - an Ecurie Filipinetti Shelby Mustang returns to the US
The origin of the Mach 1 - 1959 Levi concept car
First european GT500 at Le Mans Classic 2006 and 40th Anniversary of GT40 1-2-3 win
5R107 and 66 Shelby notchback#6 at the SAAC31 plus 3 Shelby 2006 GT-H
Helsinki X-Treme Festival
The Shelby GT
Michigan Grabber Orange ARI promo cars
Low mileage Boss 429 found
Rare 66 K-Code convertible
Atlanta Ari Pace Car convertible for sale
DPK5B Tour de France Mustang 1964 found
Jones Special Edition 2006
Mustangs and Less - odd couples
The 2006 Shelby Hertz- predicted by Ponysite
The Bowdens Paradise
Diamond 2006 GT
Mustang IRS the other way
Largest Mustang Indoor show Europe
Mustang Milano reloaded
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DST Short Wheel base Mustang/ P51
2005 Shelby Cobra GT 500
69 CJ-R in France
Australian "vinned" Boss 351
1970 ARI Promo car
2005 Mustang export cancelled
Netherland assembled Mustangs
A pair of 1971 429
The first Mustang in Europe?
A rare 66 T-5 K-code convertible
Tour de France Winner
428CJ GT convertible
Mustang Music MEM
Frencheros Shelby GT250
6S2381 on sale
66 Mexican hardtop
Le Mans R-Shelby
Stingers 429 Mach1
Boss 429 racer
NZ Shelby Europe/Boss 351
Lawman Super BOSS again
Ponydrive II & new Mustang
Off-limit B 429
L&F 71 429
Ford Custom Car Caravan
71 429 T-5
Lords BOSS 429
69 GT351 CV?
66 bencht T-5
Shelby CV reg..
Techno Classica 2003
Sleeping 71 BOSS 351
Mustang vs Charger
2002 Anvers meeting
Alan Mann & Pilot Plant Mustang
Must. Bandido ZZtangs
Mustangs Plus backyard
Shelby GT 350 Zagato
Lawman SCJ M1
1:5 scale 'stang Stationwagon Test Mach 1?
Hot Mustero Two of two Shelby Europe !
T-5 dash emblem
Lowrider Radical 68 Little Elvis
302 Engine trivia
'67 K GTA
M. Cobra II
Boss 544 Smokey's T/A Interv.'Lawman'
'69 T5 SCJ !
2001 club meet
Racer project '67 Shelby TA HT
Swiss wr. yard
T5 w. ANO-VIN
Lanecollectible Lawman's Super BOSS
Peters special BOSS302
French Mustang Day
ARI Mustang Registry
Tour de France 2000
Gone in 60 seconds
1964 T-5 article
"A man and a woman" Mustang
Special T-5 ignition switch
The Irish way