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This is one of the very few Mustang sites, that was online soon after the Internet became a public media in April 1993

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May 27th, 2024
The Pegasus returns to the Ponysite News screen

After almost 10 years silence we've got news about the Mustang Pegasus that was under restoration by Ramon back then. Unfortunately he got sick soon after and - while he is still around - his brother now wants to finish the restoration for the 60th Anniversary of its 1965 Custom Car Caravan appearance. .

Since this pic was taken the car has been moved already to another location

We wish him fortune and connected him to Mark Gustavson (the Lynx Project) and the Veurink family again to exchange knowledge about the details.
Actually the car was painted back then with real gold flakes, which cost a fortune back then in 1965. This could not be realised this time, but it leaves room for its future.
We'll see.
April 23rd, 2024
Larry Shinoda said in an interview with Mustang Illustrated back then, that the Mach II C project was ended, because Henry Ford favoured the De Tomaso connection already.

Interesting to see the two Mach II concept cars with the Mangusta staged at the Design Studio, probably around late August 1969..
There was certainly potential in the Mach IICs lines to create a sort of McLaren.

January 29th, 2024
Just when you think, you've seen it all, Holly Clark pulls something from her drawers, that should really go in a 60th Anniversary book.

This time another Mustang I drawing of her father, that has never seen the light since 1962...
hidden somewhere in a pile. And it got unfortunately wet in history or spilled with tea or coffee, but is still in decent shape to tell about his role. What a treasure!
Note that this one is marked up with Cardinal Sports, dated May 1st, 1962.
Interclassics at the MECC Maastricht/NL was worth to visit for the 120 Years of Ford Motorsport special show alone. 28 race cars on display including the 1896 Quadicycle up to the latest GT40 liquid carbon no. 3 of 30, which was for sale for 1.499.000 Euro.
800 cars in total awaited 35.000 visitors and convinced them, that the Interclassics is a show for the average vintage car enthusiast with buying options on a moderate level. Of course there are also outstanding and unique gems like Aston Martin DB5s and what might have been a 250GT (or tribute?) and many others, but they make up a good show of course. Still tool vendors, leather stuff, scale models, artwork and paintings, needful things garner the very interesting mixture. Good start into 2024 for Ford - obviously with more sponsoring from Ford Europe than we know here in Germany. We are looking forward to more engaged 60th Anniversary shows in 2024 in all neighbouring countries as well.
Watch out on www.fordperformance.com for my report. Should be on there, John promised:-)

January 10th, 2024
The first event of the 60th Anniversary in Europe is a good one, a 120 years of Ford racing history at the MECC in Maastricht/NL.
Ponysite will have an extensive report on it here.

Stay tuned for more insight.
22nd December 2023
This is indeed Christmas Time for Holly
At the recent Clark Estate sale, her Grandmothers Buick got sold to a Mustang enthusiast, the Cougar was already reserved by another and ready for pickup.
But the Buick Regal buyer got a carton box full of car stuff with him and when looking into it on his way out, he found original Phil Clark designs and a complete file of personal stuff in it, being marked up like that.
Being a true Mustanger, which means honest, empathic, social, open hood minded and interested in the Mustang history, he left the complete box to be handed back to Holly. His name should be mentioned, it is Santa Mike Rich. Thank you Mike, your honesty and thinking of Hollys efforts to get her father known is very much appreciated by all of us.

A huge suprise. Holly had looked through hundreds of piles and into many boxes, but there were some corners she, her husband and her relatives could not really get into. A great coincidence this carton box was not dumped.

Looking at this almost 3D looking design, it shows elements of the mid 50ies to late 50ies design, the fins certainly disappearing by mid 50, yet the sidelines getting more important. There are some design clues that resemble the La Salle roadster and Corvair/Corvette studies, the 1959 Corvair Roadster had already sidescoops.
This artwork was in a folder of the 1955 period, yet Holly is sure that Phil did it in the design courses he took prior to the Art School, Phil started to attend in 1958. Maybe we can date it better some time soon, but 1955 maybe right with the remaining fins. Anyway it shows that Phil Clark worked for several years already on the sportscar variety. We might publish some of the 50 plus designs in the near future, but it makes it absolutely necessary that this talented designer gets his part of fame at future Mustang shows. The 60th Anniversary should be one of the opportunities to present them to a larger audience.
Top Exclusive news 16.December 2023
Just shortly before Holly Clark (now Burr) turned 57 on her Birthday, she found again during sorting out the vintage stuff at the Clark estate the original 1962 first Pony emblem made by her father Phil Clark.

What a coincidence and what a rare find!

Back then she had searched mainly the attic of her mothers house to find many of the original draft sketches and design sheets around the Mustang I, but this time she could go through all the stuff in the preserved room of her father (like it was in the 60ies) before the planned  vintage pickers sale of the complete estate. She finally found in her fathers piles,the original Pony emblem, which is visible in the 1962 Ford PR movie laying next to the drawing or made after that clay model.
We will finetune this story in the next days, but don't want to miss the opportunity now. 61 years after it was made, it is out again in the sun to be seen and studied.
Stay tuned for more findings that tell a story about what happened really in 1962, when Phil Clark came with that Mustang idea from GM to Ford as a freelancer and Art Center stylist.

Is this the new Capri 2024 or just the next Mustang?*
For sure not a sportscar, but it might find an audience as a smaller affordable variation of the Mustang sold worldwide, if the price is right.
Not saying that it has anything that resembles the old Capri 2+2, but unfortunately todays buyers ask for smaller SUV.
Alfa is launching its small SUV Milano soon and others are jumping with their Smart #hatchtags on the market.

*Pic modified (Original Talkwheels.com)
Revell brought out a great new
1:25 scale model of the Diamond Mach 1
as a gift kit with 129 parts to assemble.

Make sure you get it in time for Christmas.

Available in any scalemodel shop for about 49.99 Euro incl. paint - ready to assemble!
Check it out here.

Nov/Dezember 2023
Time to celebrate 30 Years Ponysite, though I do not remember, when exactly I started, but I do not want to miss that opportunity before it turns to 2024.

Never thought I would run this for 30 years. I bought my 68 Mustang just for a year and then just kept it for the past 31 years. Looking for information on the then new web, I found only Tom Schmidts link page to a dozen Mustang sites, Vintage Mustang Forum and the famous Mustangsandmore.com Forum. Well, there was a Bullitt site as well, but that disappeared later on.

So with my curiosity I started to contact many guys and girls in the US, but also during my travelling I met Mustang enthusiasts all over the world.

Without all those contributors the Ponysite would have certainly been just a testbed for a few years, but one information led to the other and after a while News were coming in automatically. So girls and guys. Thanks a lot for your continuity and deep respect, I shared back with you. Things have changed today, but lets focus on respect - all you in the Mustang family.
November 2023
Sad news pile up this year:
Malthe Huth, a long time befriended early Shelby racer died on the October 29th at the age of 78. Being born in 1945 he started his racing career under his fathers coaching very early and got a Shelby Mustang G.T.350 at the age of 21. Said to be "organised" by Lucky Cassner and a military US staff person, he collected many 1st places with it along with 2nd and 3rd places in his career  with 84 races in total. His statistics show that in 30 percent he was up front. His other cars were a Jag, which was totalled and a BMW.
R.I.P. Malte, it was a pleasure being in touch with you over decades and I wish the last known owner had given you more information on the Shelby to trace it down.

Peissenberg Race, May 1st. 1966, 1st place.
Sad news again:
Basil van Rooyen, ex-Mustang and F1-racer died September 14th at his age of 84.
Basil was well known in the 60ies in our circles racing this Mustang.
There is an interesting story about this Mustang from 2018. Acc. to that Basil made his first experience in a Lotus Cortina, which was given to Meissner and Koos. Ford asked Basil later to focus on Ford business, but as a Koni agent in the UK, he could not limit that.
He was thus not considered for the Mustang racing first, but succeeded to buy his own Mustang stopping an owner on the streets and agreeing with him on a good price, then brought it for modifications to Superformance, where he put in special bent exhaust tubes. He later let Frank Gardner drive it once and used the Alan Mann shop for the Brands Hatch race (only) before selling it to Fred Cowell, who raced it in SA. A possible later presented car was not verified acc. to Basil himself.Basil became Managing Director of Superformance later until he moved to Australia in 1987.

Here is a link to his orbituary
Rest in peace.

Below the Mustang in 1967 in South Africa
Somewhere on this site in the news page 37 we reported about the Shelby from Piers Courage. Actually after 40 years ownership, the current owner C.A. now parts with his treasure via Bonham in the UK.
 If you are looking for a Shelby with some extraordinary history including street use, hillclimbing and then circuit racing, have a look and decide yourself, if SFM 6S438 could be your next car.
The original street licence plate was HH4VD and later another one, whlle this one now carries a KCX135D since it is vintage raced again.
Check the history out on the bonham auction site and contact SAAC for further details.

Raynald Belanger has an interesting ongoing project - collecting build sheets from 70 Mach1s, Boss or any model.

He has already gathered a larger 2-digit number, but would like to back-up his findings with even more to assist in further decoding of the build sheet codes.
So, if you want more specific decoding or just want to help the project, pls. contact Raynald at Raytags at vif.com.

If you have one of the rare Factory Production Data books from 1970, you are very welcome to contact us here as well.
24./25. June 2023 saw two major Mustang shows in Germany.
The Wild Ponies welcomed about 4-500 mostly classic Mustangs in Mainhausen, though visitors reported of a drop in the final count. Too many events going on this year. Still it was a cosy meeting for old school Mustangers. Just a few members of the FMCoG and other clubs joined.

...and a more modern Mustang oriented Meeting pulled about 600-700 cars with a much larger share of late Models in Pullman City in the Harz area. Friday saw a lot of rain, so the main parking area was closed the Saturday morning. Small groups of classic cars got their own center place. The arriving late models needed some time to enter the area, but most enjoyed the cool atmosphere in western style houses.

My friend Hans joined old and new comrades in Mainhausen with his 1970 T-5 BM Boss tribute.
Ralf and Susi Wurm also joined the family meeting of the Wild Ponies, a good home for classic as well as restomod Mustangs.
27th/28th May 2023 saw the 41st Mustang Meeting of the FMCoG, limited to club members cars.
Not sure, how many cars attended yet over the 2 days, but this overview may allow a count for you. The club has over 800 members meanwhile, the location was Automobile Welt Eisenach, place of the former Wartburg eastern german car production.
Thanks you our close friends - the Duffys - for this very well done drone flight.
Click on the picture to see the mp4
It took almost 60 years to recreate a very close tribute car of the winning Tour de France 1964 Mustang.
Carlos Lopez went the extra miles to create one featuring all the details in the trunk area and the interior. With close attention to the many details under the hood as well he succeeded to find more hidden documentation in the past years.
He is planning a visit to Alan Mann Racing Team soon and we hope to get more exclusive shots of the car in its genuine environment at the TDF Auto 2024 maybe, but at least at the known racetracks and with the sons of Alan Mann. Alan would be proud of Carlos for sure. Congratulations to Carlos.

Properly radiused front fender, the rear gas cap on the rear fender for the additional fuel tank inside, the leather strap on the hood, there are so many details that Carlos needed to pay attention too. Just one sample is the special oil cooler. Stay tuned for more.
February 22nd, 2023
Some Mustang/Shelby enthusiasts leave a larger footprint behind and I'd like to picture in this context the footprint on the moon.
Almost everybody having subscribed to Mustang Monthly or having visited the SAAC conventions since the first firs ones, knew Bob Aliberto. Bob was responsible for the BEYOND THE BASIC column and filled it continously over 33 years with clever tricks and responses to questions from readers. For many his knowledge was saving us a lot of money including me. For some years I made a listing of his contributions, unfortunately I have no complete list. Let's hope someone will publish a book very soon. Bob was born in 1948 and died on the 7th of February 2023. Rest in peace and condolences to his family.

I met Bob briefly at the SAAC 25 in Lime Rock. Most of the time while I walked the racetrack, I met him at the refill station. Seems like this was his favourite place for a short break.

Let's hope he can continue racing up there.
February 14th 2023

You don't see a Shelby lettered Mach1 too often. We know when, where it was delivered ex-factory, yet it does not really make sense, as it wasn't a typical Shelby Europe trace from the US. Could be it was made later by someone. Anyway it was delivered to Newark, close to a port on the east coast and could have been exported to Europe.
During the time of this picture it had again travelled far and ended up near Auckland/NZ. Now we need some information about its history from 1972 onward, until it arrived over there..
We know where it is today, but we need to fill gaps and mysteries. Anybody from NZ out there, who had worked at this import dealer in North Shore/Auckland?
December 18th, 2022

On January 27th, 1965 Carrol Shelby introduced the Shelby G.T.350 to the press at the Riverside Raceway. Actually 10 test cars were there including a Cobra and a GT40 and a Competition Model.
We think that at least 6, if not all first Advanced Prototypes were there, since all of them were finished until January 25th. We'd like to hear your feedback.
The reason we put this up here, is that our friend John from the Mach1 Registry happened to be at the 2022 Muscle Cars and Corvette Nationals, where many Advanced protoypes were on display. Check out our picture portfolio.

January 27th, 1965 the official press launch of the G.T.350 at the Riverside Raceway
November 22nd, 2022
Unfortunately we have to report today of the loss of a true friend - Jean Pierre Versini, Chief Editor of the french Mustang & Shelby magazine died at the age of 59, 2 days after his birthday.
Jean Pierre ran the magazine with his mates/team since 2016 and it attracted not only new Mustang enthusiasts, but also long-time insiders due to its top-level researched content. The magazine exists since 2013.

We hope his influental brain- and artwork finds continuation as a legacy. Sorry to loose a true Open-Hood-Mustanger in the scene. Sharing information was his passion.

Condolences a son famille.
R.I.P. Jean Pierre.
September, 29th, 2022

I am sorry for the long period of no news.
has allowed enthusiasts to create a lot of groups one feels obliged to follow to not miss new photo material and new guys sharing their photoboxes...at least.
Q&A are often just opinions and search for knowledge behind.. is taking more times than in the early Internet era, yet the dynamics and the opportunity to exchange much faster actual and historic tidbits has taken a bit away from websites.
To maintain this site is about 5:1 more complicated than FB. I won''t join Instagram or Twitter ever, that's clear for me. However I enjoy the much more interactive, spontaneous and JIT exchange with friends on Facebook.
The disadvantage is to get lost in the amount of information, so filtering is a must and that may indeed filter out occasionally the goodies. Plus it is almost impossible to retrieve again informations, that one has not immediately saved. So be it.

I will still maintain www.ponysite.de more often, because it was and is intended for almost 30 years by now my lifelong scrap book for everybody, who like me wants to enjoy Mustang stories from around the globe and connect with the authors or contributors one or the other day.
Especially these days we need good and factual stories rather than the negative bullying of social media trollys. In 1993 we shared knowledge, today we spent too much time with opinions and dislikes, let's refocus on the chances of Internet - making new friends on eye level.
Stay tuned. 
July 28th, 2022
Francisco Lobinho is a professional scale model builder and contacted me quite some time ago trying to create a 1:43 scale model of the 1968 Jacky Ickx Mustang, which he raced at the Spa circuit. Since I had some pics of it while in Dr. Eymanns ownership, I searched again all pics I had taken during a visit of Dr. Eymann. Actually he had bougth the Ickx car back then via Luxembourg (or Lichtenstein) and raced it first in its original livery red with blue stripes. Thus I could help out Francisco to check a few details that were missing in his photo documentation.
Here you see the final result of his 1 of 1 build.

Actually the graphic stripe and number kit is sold by the portuguese company Minisquadra.
Check them out on Facebook. The model isn't listed yet, first appearance is here.

1967 Mustang raced by Jacky Ickx at Spa in 1968.

July 23rd., 2022
Hallmark has released a nice gift for your Christmas tree already. It is from their Keepsake Collection.
The one that is of special interest is the 1962 Mustang I concept.

Order while stock lasts for 15-20 Dollar.
July 5th, 2022
Herbert Mueller was a famous swiss race driver, part of the Scuderia Filippinetti team.

He was a true Shelby lover, not only racing a 427 Cobra with Pete Ettmueller, but he used to have his own toys around like the 66 Shelby 6S342 or two 1967 Shelbys. I stumbled over all of them in Germany.
Being sold via the outlet of the Scuderia, which was Performance Cars Ltd. in Geneve they are true gems today.

Stay tuned for the individual history records of these 3 cars, which are still around in private hands as of today, two in Switzerland and one in Germany.
May 14th, 2022
1:8 scale models are certainly the always of interest. 56cm is something tough to overlook on your desk or shelf. Following 2 other Mustang/Shelbys now a UK based company has made a 1968 GT in Dark Highland Green, to which you can subscribe to get regularly new components and build it over a period of 18 months. Since I am not at all patient, it's nothing for me to think about, but I know there are more people that enjoy building any kind of scale model or spent hundreds of hours on one project alone. This one is for you from Eaglemmoss/UK.
Update July 23rd: We hate to mention it, but Eaglemoss got into trouble and filed for bankrupcy. Read on here. We are sorry for the collectors and employees of Eaglemoss.
April 10th, 2022
Canadian 1968 Mustang GTS revisited
The mystery car of which we received a first sighting years ago has meanwhile be nicely restored to its original color.

Turned out it was most probably not a Mainway Ford promo, but one from Holiday Ford Sales in Ontario with a special DSO built in Dearborn. Looking for more information on advertisements or other announcements.

Read the entire story exclusive here on www.ponysite.de
March 20th, 2022
Some insiders followed the ARI pace car convertibles sales at the BJ auction earlier this year. They went respectively for 200.000 Dollar (the blue) and 175.000 Dollar (the green) plus fees.
Actually we heard that the green one will undergo a complete restoration and the blue one be corrected in certain details now.
They will be certainly some time around on the showfield in the upper classes.
We'll keep you updated in our related ARI registry pages.
February 8th, 2022
Today we lost another racing legend in Europe. Claude Dubois died at the age of 89 due to a heart attack. RIP Claude.

Claude in 2004 signing his book. He even send me a pre-version of the english translation and was kind enough to share many original documents since the 90ies with us here.

A personal note to Rauno Harvima, owner of 2 1971 SE convertibles, which he still owns today.

I was in touch with him for decades, he even offered me a 66 GT350 once for 45.000 Euro only, I still regret of not having bought it.
Claude liked to share his memories long before his book came out. I met him in 2004 and on many other occasions at dutch or belgium vintage car exhibitions. He signed many things, but his personal notes to owners of his cars were indeed ...personal.
A gentleman race driver has passed away. Thanks for the memories you shared with us Mustang editors in Europe even before the Internet was ON.
January 25th, 2022
Well, I have a new favourite car - of course a movie car and a race car in one.
Everybody of us Mustangers has probably seen the Ford vs. Ferrari movie.
A little overlooked by many, but it catched my attention upon its appearance in the movie instantly.
The #99 lettered 65 Mustang hardtop
that got a sidekick by a green GT40 during the race.
4 Mustangs were actually built by Billy Stabiles shop for the movie, 2 of them as stunt cars and two as rolling shells to be burnt in a scene. We'll present you the aftermovie story of all 4 of them here, stay tuned for updates.
November 28th, 2021
Another story is this serious racer for the road. Anders from Denmark built his dream car over a period of time and made sure every bolt and weld is rock-solid to take the ultimate power.
Anders has a lot experience with vintage racing at international circuits, so trust him, that he built this one right. We are adding more pictures soon to let you dive in the build of this car.
November 20th, 2021
Finding a rare 1965 T-5 convertible 5F08A 62___ with the early T-5 emblem is a scarce opportunity.
A dealer could get a hand on this one and is doing a full restoration right now. We hope it preserves all the original parts. Actually it is in deed a Dearborn produced T-5, not too many early ones were made their, later production changed to Metuchen.
Looking forward to its rebirth and appearing on stage again.
October 20th, 2021
Countdown to the Bond movie Diamonds are forever 50th Anniversary
Did you know Ford made this nice sticker back then. Fortunately I could obtain one after a hint from author Siggi Tesche, who just finished a very entertaining Bond cars book (in german language). It also contains latest research on the Diamond Mustangs.
I learned that this sticker was indeed issued some time in the 70ies or latest 80ies. Anybody else who has one out there since the beginning?

We hope that Ford has something special in mind for December 2021. A red Diamonds Mach 1?
October 1st, 2021
Bond in Motion Exhibition started in the Petersen Museum in L.A.
My friend Dave Kunz spent a day there during the opening and passed on a number of pics.

It is good to see the Ian Fleming "Diamond Bond car" again, though serious doubts were raised about #1000066, a red 429 delivered as a 375-D-201 Press loan car to Ford Marketing, Pico Rivera, some day around the August 9th, 1970 and invoiced January 8th, 1971. It belonged to Michael McKeever for some time in 2002. The Ian Fleming.org bought it from them and showed it around in the UK in the Bond in Motion show there.


August 22nd, 2021
A decent picture of a 1968 Mustang interior? No. A 1968 Shelby? No. Guess again....
I think this is really Maya Masterart from a swedish guy called Andreas Ezelius.

Why? It's completely done with a CAD-system and rendering to this more than realistic inside shot. If you think this is fake news, you are plain wrong.
Each and every step in the creation of a superdetailed 1968 Fastback is shown on Andreas website.
Not sure how long it took him, but for 125 Dollar you can benefit from his superficial artwork and buy the Maya compatible file, also available in .obj or fbx, which allows you to work also with the model in other CAD-systems.

So next time think again, if you see a real car, it maybe a virtual tribute to an original car. Respect and Cudos to Andreas in the name of at least all 1968 Mustang Fastback owners.
See the proof here at https://www.behance.net/gallery/60942343/1968-Ford-Mustang-GT-Fastback
August 3rd, 2021
Some monthes ago, I digged for a female photographer, whose name sticked in my mind from several photo collections.

Ms. Jutta Fausel-Ward

Upon research I learned that she was about to turn 80, soon after only one article appeared on the web.
Before that I had found her website and asked for Mustang racing pics of the 60/70ies and to my surprise she took a full day and brought up about 50 pics for the ones I was looking for.

Amongst them ultrarare shots of 5R539 during the ownership of Rolf Kienen und Ernst Jüntgens in Germany. Yes, indeed 5R539 in its hardtop dress, after being bought by them from Claude Dubois.

She told me about her huge photoarchive and the treasures that are in there and I thought this needs more attention. So via Dave Kunz who knew Mark Vaughn, we got in touch with Autoweek. Mark visited Jutta twice and made a great article. Due to some editorial priorities the article got postponed for some time. But is finally up.
Congratulations to Jutta Fausel-Ward and we hope more articles will appear with her great shots from Formula 1, Indiy, F5000, but also european GT and other races. Jutta lives still in the US since decades, since she married John Ward.
Read more about her lifetime achievements for the racing sport.
July 16th, 2021
1969 Shelby GT350 in black jade appears in Germany for sale, coming from the UK and its MOCGB club. One of my favourites to own, if the price is right.

#0411 was widely known in UK with its licence plate UBD 73G, but fetched only roughly 58.000 Euro during an auction sale  decade ago.

Now (actually not) on sale in Germany.
The Shelby turned out to be a customer car at the shop.

June 18th, 2021
Special Mustangs get scarce, but this one caught my eye already during its building process up there in Norway.
A former swedish car, that got the wagon treat at a Volvo factory for whatever reason in the 80ies. An employee brought it to Norway.

A 1969 Station Wagon, a new special purpose vehicle for Ponyparts Mustang dealer Richard Anderson and his team.
Congratulations for the extravaganza Mustang parts carrier.
May 4th, 2021
End of April Jutta Fausel turned 80. For those who do not know her, she was the best known race car photographer in Germany and later on international starting in the early 60ies through touring cars, GT champion races, Formula 2 and Formula 1 as well as Indy cars, where she met her husband John Ward, engineer of the Dan Gurney team. She emigrated to the US and is still around in Costa Mesa. Happy Birthday, Jutta and thanks for sending me a big lot of your excellent photoshots for my private research of R-Shelbys and other racing Mustangs of the late 60ies, early 7oies.
Shown is 5R539 as sold after the Spa 19 68 race to Rolf Kienen and Ernst Jüntgen and the Kleber tire manager.

5R539 in its Hardtop dress at the 1970 Mainz-Finthen race,
copyright held by Jutta Fausel-Ward/2021.
March 13th, 2021
Paying more attention to the continuity of this site now. We've got a new 1971 T-5 Mach 1 351C on board in the T-5 registry, now run by Mark Cordery (and me in Europe). Niklas G. from Sweden was told that this car had its first delivery in Sweden, so we are trying to find out, how a legitimate confirmed T-5 came to a dealer in Sweden. It is known that the delivery was much later than the production, so maybe it remained unsold at a german dealer, until somebody placed an order in Sweden and it got "moved" over.
March 13th, 2021
We'd like to help John Thompson to find again the other 1966 fastback with these strange rear fenders. Here are his own words:
I purchased a 99% rust free 1966 Fastback out of New Mexico.The car has factory rear quarter panels that are not the normal factory Ford rear quarters.
Doing research quite awhile ago I saw another one just like it on another Mustang website that I can’t find anymore.  I would like I see if you have any information on them.  I can 100 percent guarantee these are factory and not some aftermarket junk.  I had the rear media blasted inside and out and they are untouched factory panels.
Acually we meanwhile found another pic of the same fenders and forwarded it. No word back so far.

March 3rd, 2021
How many have driven a 427SOHC in a street legal 1968 Shelby?
Not so many, but Seved and Svein did back then with this drag car.
Note the licence plate, which is certainly unique, but at least a rare sight on a SOHC Mustang.
No wonder the driver has a big grin on his face. Memories that lasted more than 50 years and led to a new project - to install the same 427SOHC in another Mustang.
Stay tuned, though it may take another year or two or three to see it on the road.
December, 28th, 2020
One of my favourite design sketch these days. Looking for a future of the Mustang to survive as an affordable sports car has become more difficult. Maybe it ends up as a niche high-value collector car like the M-series from BMW with more varieties in low numbers?
Yet I think it makes more sense to catch new customers with something that sticks out of the Hybrid-mass production cars of today. A compact family car that offers room for 2+2 and at the same time thrills the driver and the audience as well as creates thumbs-ups from the bypassers.
Let's look into these challenges with a talented designer in the next monthes.
Update: The project is still going on, but detailing takes a lot of time. Looking forward one day to the final results.

Where is the future of the Mustang name?

Compact and affordable or brutal and on top of the sports car market?
Nov. 28th, 2020
After almost 25 years of simply driving my 68 Mustang, it's time to do some work. One thing that bugged me occasionally like so many, was the Grant steering wheel horn button. I found a good solution in the new GT3 horn button, that fits perfectly on the Grant Classic steering wheel without flying off.
The only thing you need to do is changing the wire crimps to wider ones suitable for the new contacts and use the new enclosed 3 screws, that typically fit the old adapter. For steering shafts that are not yet cut, there is an extension ring available, so make sure you order everything together.

The new horn button fits tight over a rubber ring on a mounting adapter. Hope it won't fly off anymore when the temperature rises...
Nov. 13th, 2020
1973 Q-code T-5
registered in Museum class in Finland
Sometimes it is very exciting to connect bits of history from the start to the finish.
This now blue, former yellow T-5 convertible was registered in the finish museum class. The current owner still has the original title and some sales ads from the past, when it was yellow. We were fortunate to connect it to the Cologne based dealership of Hoeverman. Listed in their genuine US-car sales book with the VIN and all the details of the purchase. During its first year it was used by a family member himself.

The subsequent owners are listed in the title. Some of them are already gone to heaven, yet the story of its life preserves many memories of ownership. Looking forward to gain more insight into the chain of ownership every day.
October 2020
Who'd argue that 427 SOHC Engines are the ultimate Adrenalin injection for any Ford?

We are trying to determine how many exactly ended up in Mustangs, can you help with more documentation?
We found out meanwhile that in 1966 around 435 were made and 125 alum heads. The total count being probably around 1000 to 1200. Acc. to John Grant, who worked on SOHCs at Santa Pod and was an Alan Mann mechanic, a Ford guy gave him the number of 1200 back then.

I'd guess this one - being licenced for the road - is quite unique and we were fortunate to follow it for quite some time here in Europe.
What became out of it and it's engine? Stay tuned, we have all the details early in 2021 for you. The article is just in print for the December issue of a club mag.
SOHCs have always been the ultimate kick for Ford guys for sure. Some sleep next to it in their bedroom, I know of at least one such enthusiast. 
Danny Moores GT350 BP/Production SFM 5S307 race history added. We were fortunate when being contacted by Lisa Smith, a relative of the Moore family. Thank you, to Lisa and all supporting contributors to get the material to the current owners of his cars.
Declan O'Dwyer from Ireland passed us the latest Bullitt replica pictures from a magazine feature. Read on in the Bullitt section.

6S2378 underwent since last year a complete restoration.

It is almost finished at the Charly Hutton Color Studio.
Watch out for it at next years car shows...if so.
The history - permanently updated - here on ponysite in the Shelby Convertible section
July 17th, 2020
John D. Canfield wrote a very interesting article on his scale model project for Ford Performance.
Most Mustangers have seen the bright yellow 1969 Boss 302 prototype pictured everywhere including Donald Farrs book.
John always dreamt of building this rare car with the vermillion interior.
Read the article here

Most of us never spotted this maybe...only a few who saw the surviving car at a show, where it was hardly recognizable. In 2013 we first got aware of the surviving prototype after exchanging Kevin Knedlers pics with the Road Racing Registry. Ed Ludtke had more details on it already from his mate Mark Corich.

How did it look like before the flares were added?
Here is a picture from 1973.
The other Boss 302 prototype - one 1:1 survivor and one that resembles it a bit more, even though it is scaled down. Built with patience and finished during Covid19 in early to mid 2020.

Picture above Kevin Knedler, Mid-Ohio, 6 hoursIMSA race 1975.

The so called color palette prototype was scrapped, but then sold to the Mroz brothers as a Body in white (former CobraJet equipped car) acc. to Ed Ludtkes Mustang Road Racing Registry.  Richard and David Mroz raced the Boss prototype in some SCCA races and turned it into an IMSA racer for a longer period. Pictured here in 1975 by Kevin Knedler, who lived near the Mid-Ohio track. It appeared first time out at the 100 years Ford anniversary in Dearborn.

The Boss color palette prototype as of 2013. Still in IMSA race dress. It was shown at the Boss reunion in Carlisle 2013 by the then and current owner Mark Corich. Steve Francis picture.

Mark - living in Michigan turned up again in 2019.
Donald Farr signed the pages from his book for Mark, but could not talk to him later on unfortunately. But he took these 2 pictures while walking through the Building T at Carlisle in 2019 for us.
July 10th, 2020
Most of you got alreaday aware of the oncoming Mecum sale of the John Atzbach collection.
John has certainly collected - and thus preserved - a very selective and precious variety of 13 Mustang/Shelby diamonds including 1 of 4 Shelby convertibles, most famous R-Shelby SFMR002 and drag car amongst others. What remained a bit out of focus in the past was the huge collection of 18.000 items of memorabilia. Those bits and pieces need a good home as well and is even interesting for the average Joe, who wants to enhance his shelf ...like me.
Have a look at the already started Mecum memorabilia sales.
When paging through the lots, I noticed for example 427 SOHC valve covers, B429 cylinder heads and many more items you may wish to have an opportunity to get your hands on.

John wrote:
They are condensed into 4000 lots:

1,200 lots of the memorabilia will be sold via "live auction" on 7/16, 7/17 and 7/18.

 2,800 lots of the memorabilia will be sold in 22 separate "On Time" (online only) auctions.  The bidding for these lots started yesterday.  The various 22 auctions end on different dates between 7/11 and 7/17. 

Most of the things in my collection are related to Shelby's and Shelby American; but I do have several hundred lots that are Lamborghini, including some extremely rare factory / dealer signs and memorabilia.

Indeed, yet for us overseas guys, some items may be just too bulky, so the little crown jewels are also of importance. Check it out and start with the first lot here..

Very interesting items passed the auction block like Roy Lunns Mustang I press binder, rare GT(40) build pictures from his archive and many more items.
Stay tuned today for SFMR002
June 13th, 2020
We seem to have missed quite some important news over the years. But others as well like isomustangs.org who obiously ended news in 2017. Yet, Ponysite is still arond and survives all periods of more or less Mustang enthusiasm somehow.

Did you know that 2 of the known Bond Diamond Mach 1 Mustangs got sold meanwhile?
#160938 which was the so-called Alley car in the Dezer collection was sold last year after having been transferred to the Orlando museum, where most of the Dezer collection ended up. Initially it was planned to sell the complete Bond collection from Dezer Miami museum already in 2014 for 33million Euro (54 cars), but that did not work out. The Orlando museum had some problems and other influences made it impossible to continue the effort. So they had to sell single cars to make money quickly.

The second "known but often discussed" Diamond Mustang is Mike Alamedas 429cui version, in which the new owner had enough trust in receiving all the documentation from Mike. His own research and further bits of information collected convinced him he has got the right thing as well. The car is now in Australia.
As you may know there were at least 6 used for the movie.

April 29th, 2020
R.I.P. Gale Halderman, Designer of the final production Mustang
Sad to hear he passed away at the age of 87 due to liver cancer. I met him at the 50th Anniversary in Charlotte 2014 at the Panel of Heros seminar.

As our friend John says:

"It is truly a sad day for all of us, but heaven is going to have some really cool cars from here on out."

Very true, we all will meet once again up there to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of our Mustang. Keep some memories of good ol' times for then.
March 2020
And yes, there was one more 427 powered streetfighter in a 1968.

Of course we know about the HM built 427s, but a Stallion 427 built by Mainway Ford in Canada was only a rumour so far.
We finally got the confirmation from the genuine mechanic who worked with John Petrie, Paul Paterson. Robin McQueen updated us about the good 'ol times.

Stay tuned for more on the hot ride they prepared and enjoyed actually in 1968, not in 1967.

Follow this link
January 9th, 2020
My friend John visited the Lawman Boss 429 party at Marcus Anghel Restorations place. Thank you, John and thank you, Marcus for the outstanding work...
Update: Finished as of November 25th. 2020. Check out Marcus website.

News of the past that remain interesting
Imagination Beyond Another Dimension
BULLITT Twilight Zone relived

Plus pics from the chase scene in SFO downtown Pictures courtesy David Kunz

Mustangs around the world
Worth to reread:
The MAKING OF CORNFIELD, the Mustang launch commercial
Mark Myers (Double of McQueen)
David Stewart  (The Farmer)

EXCLUSIVE Ponysite interviews:
Allan White and Roger Bohl Ford Rally Team 69/70
Lee Holman
Holman Automotive on HM in Europe  
Donald Farr
Mustang Monthly Editor
Lance Coren Appraiser Cobras and Mustangs/Shelbys (Second interview)
Trevor Legate Cobra andGT40 book writer
Wallace Wyss Shelby and Cobra book writer (Second interview) 
Frank Gardner
Walt Hane  The BOSS 302 homologation May 5th, 1969 and tech inspections
John Grant about Alan Mann Racing history
Alan Mann 2002 (RIP 2012)
Claude DuBois about his 1967 Le Mans adventure, Shelby Europas and more


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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Amongst other news:       1968 GT500 #0828 revisited
1967 427 Mustang in Norway
Ford Designer Hans Muth
T-5 registry now run by Mark Cordery
ARI Mustang Michigan Speedway
Mustang Fever in Belgium
PBX2287 & PBX2299 at Techno Classica
Asphalt Borning filming in Germany
RIP Tania Mallet from Goldfinger
1967 Stallion key fobs and emblem
Alex Kilpatrick
Mustang Milano scalemodel
1968 GT500 #0828 revisited
2018 Daytona Coupes PBX in SAAC annual
Joel Lefebvres #184 Homme et une Femme tribute
2014 TDF Mustang for sale
5R539 tribute at Autoworld
Venezuelan Mustang
Shelby EXP500
Peter Brock in Germany
Tasca 505 update
Alan Manns DPK7B history rewritten
Revisiting Alan Mann Racing at Fairoaks
Holman Moody S550
Ford GT85
Boss429 Jeroen
2018 Bullitt Mustang
427 SOHC in a 67 1973 Q-code T-5 1968 GT500 Stubanus-custom restoration
Dani Heye Mustang-Buch (German)
RIP Eric Broadley
1964 T-5 emblem
1979 Ford T-5
FMCoG Meeting Hattingen
New FMCOG President
Le Mans GT #68 in Essen
2017 Police Mustang
Predictive Maintenance proven
1971 japanese export
Route 66 Motel/Diner in DK
1968 GTS convertible
1970 GT350 from Iran restored
1970 T-5 bought back after being stolen
2016 Holman Special?
 1967 Stallion gone!
1972 Mexican HT
Phil Clark Stampede Club
Gen 7 Sneak Preview
1967 Zagato Mustang
Headhunter Photoshooting
428CJ Ari Promo
Driving Experience
Belgium Pony logo
6S2385 on sale

5F07K208112 found!
Comstock Pace Car
ANO Mustang again
Pegasus update
1967 T-5
30 years FMCOG
Lelouch in 2015
34th. Int. Mustang meeting
ANO vinned Mustang
2015 launch in Europe
Bullitt replica (#50plus)
First serial 2015 import Mustang vs first 1964
1970 Super Cobra Jet
RIP Salvo Mirabella
Shelby GT250 News!
1967 Peruvian
1972 Mexican HT
Dezer Bond Collection
6S056 Pontiac style
IRS Mustang reliving
RIP Klaus Fritzinger
Alan Browns Mustang the lost DPK7B?
Dandelion Yellow 68
George Merwin
The scale model collector Adelbert
Diamond mysteries
2015 Mustang in GE
Gran Turismo/SWE
1:8 Shelby GT500
1966 Monte Carlo repl.
Autoworld Bruxelles
Green Monster SE
1970 T-5 Cobra Jet
Mustangs in Serbia
1969 T-5 Black Jade
1968 GTS
Oldest Ponycar
Ford Rallye Team

Gene Felton
1971 Shelby Europa
09 (DPK5B)
Mustang Corrall gone
Archive1 (before 2013)
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Silverstone 2014
Pegasus revisited
Zombie 222 electric Mustang
Le Mans Classics 2014
Classic Days 2014
RIP James Garner
  1968 T/A Replica
RIP Warren Veurink
Burn Road Movie Norway
50th Artwork of a 2015
  50th in Iran
Alan Mann replica

  50th Anniversary in Germany - 1000 cars
Streets Finest book
50 stories from the 50th (well 25)
A second Mustang I around
Goldfinger Aurora gasstation
Adi Heinen Mustang Man
  Playboy featured 2015
Techno Classics 2014
Swedish FIA Racer (A.Weiters)
1968 T-5 w. world bowl
Boss 302 in 4K
D.Farr fired
Bratzo Vicich
W. Buhl Mustang
69 CJ convertible for sale
Jay Leno/B.Fria on TV
Rectangular headlights
Bass 770 in Detroit
TDF Tributes
David Redhead & Bullitt
Scale Models of Mustang I
1968 Radio console knobs
Siena Miller
2015 launch in Europe
RIP Paul Walker
Not my Day Mustang movie
Kaethe Lowe T-5
Gary Hanson T-5
R.P.McCaffrey RIP
HF in Le Mans
Conelec injection
Goldfinger updates
Wonderland of scale models in Hamburg
K.Marti Museum
Ford Rallye Team
Editors choice of a local car show
Goldfinger artwork
GT500KR Barn find
1000 miles in 30 years
AVD OGP 2013
Unidentified Shelby
1973 Q-code
1965 T-5
Castle Dyck 13
Twister revived
ARI Texas
D. Farr Book
Bass 770 Movie - Making
Trevor Legates new book
Costa Rica Mustangs
Wallace Wyss Barnd Finds
1971 460 Specials found
GT 250 traces
Guenter Ohler
FMCOG breaks event record
Shelby de Mexico GT-351
Dean Jeffries-RIP
German 50th Cobra event
Roger Lusty artwork
49th Anniversary
Historic Mustang launch date
Visit or europeans at NY Auto Show 13
French Mustang Racing book
GT350H H for Horror story
NY Auto Show
1970 Autobahn T-5
Ponydrive 2014 plans ahead
Phil Clarks GM XP Designs
NZ John Noble reporting
Dearborn Steel Tubing
Roger Bohl Rallye Mustang
J. C. Kily Shelby
Ford Gyron scale model sale
68 Xcode Sprint
Basque 67 GT500
He and She Country Mustang
Teheran Rallye
FMCoG 2012 Fan Award
1972 T-5 Q-code
Camillo Pardo artwork exhibition
Car and Driver 2015 vision
HM 50th. TDF Anniversary SE
Equus Bass 770 ready to rumble


Darryls Sidewinder
Alan Moffat picked Bullitt rep.
Ponydrive 2013
RIP Titi Greder
20 years Ponysite
Caravan Mustang
65 Ferguson
Egoboost Laguna Seca
Vince Gardner at DST
SEMA 2011
Panamericana crash
Petty/Hallquist replica
Goldfinger Fastback exclusive
1969 T-5
Shelby meeting
5R107 in CH
Shelby Mangusta
Made in Peru
Neerpasch is back in Mustangs
Mustang Club of Italy
Ford Rally Team
GT40 carver
Alan Faulkner revisited
1965 station wagon
5R539 scale model
1965 T-5 Fastback
2014 rendering
2013 Shelby at the Ring and more!
Latest clubmag
Almost 60 Bullitt replicas!
German Shelbyforum.de
New Boss 302 book and D.Farr Interview!
1966 460
In memoriam Terry Fritts
Shelby Biography
Peruvian Shelbys revisited in detail
66 Anniversary Gold Mustang
6S2389 Newsbits
New Shelby movie?
Mid-engined B429
1970 ASC sunroof Mustang
Henry Mann
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
Arctic Snakes
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
Glens Bullitt 
Dragons W.visit
2015 News
Pioneer T/As
DPK6B for sale
67/70/78 T-5s
68 swiss Shelby
68 T/A #2
Don Frey RIP
PTWA coating
Genesis B.Fria
45th GT350
61st Roadster Show
Bob Tasca RIP 
Hurst Mustang
Bob Barker A/S
1972 Sunroof
Peru 7AT VIN
67 Shelby Le Mans
SEMA 2009
J.W. Automotive Shelby
67 Dukes of H.
Spa 2009
2015 preview
AVD 2009
Equus 500 update
Bowdens at Goodwood
427 HM for sale
Rogue Milano
WT7105 Special
Texas Ari pro.
100004 found
45th Anniv.
Techno Classica
J.Sjoelins racer
W.Wyss artwork
Birth of Mustang
Fiesta prod.
First Fastback
Panoz India
ARI Atlanta 428
71 HM Mach1
Barris S&C
New GT350
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Maharajah Road Rallye09
Sony & Cher@R/M 
Reincarnation Mustangs 
5R209 revisited
1st Mustang GT?
1st Mustang Hardtop in museum
1969 Mach2C
Jost Capito Head of Perf.  
B429 in Luxembourg
Goldfinger "remake"
Fria 1st. Mustang hardtop
SEMA highlights 09
Evans Shelby book review
Harry Salzman CJ 
69 RHD Australian Mustang
Mustero Shelby style
CDC Flashback02
Malte Huths Shelby racer (2)
2 T-5s in Canada
Mustang IV T/A
Bond news
Goldfinger FB news
Review: low mileage B429
AVD GP 2008
Classic Days at castle Dick
Jost Capito
4700 Meccanica Maniero found
Le Mans Classic 08
RIP B.Cahier
Phil Clark Stampede 2008
Lee Holman speaks out
11th Flanders Event
Driven: GT500CV
40 years Cobra Jet
Monterey Historics preview
CV/FB conversion
2 consecutive Export 71 R-codes
10lb brass scale Pony
1963 1:1 size Pony
RIP Lawman
Mondeo 2012 
1966 FB racer
Kcode T-5 CV 
Peru R-Shelbys
72 Sprint Parade
Jim Clark Revival 08
Norwegian collector
Ultimate Ford garage
Thoughts on the Mustang future 
EMR 500
Last mysterys
All-steel Eleanor
Meccanica Maniero
Visit in CZ/2005 supercharged
Bullitt in Germany
Catch the Wave
Avro 720
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
Shelby GT750?
T-bird Italian auction
1967 427 Sideoiler
1970 Hockenheim revisited 
Valentine08 cruise
Bud Ekins memorial
Sidewinder proof
65 Racer Down under
67 Snakeeye CV project
Capri-Mustang 2012
Diamond Mach1  in UK 
Mustang meets Concord and Tupolev
Jacky Icks Mustang
Mach I history
Ford Built Day NL
Homme et une Femme Mustang again 
Valentine08 cruise
Tasca Shelby mod shop
Gen V Import to Germany
KR428 carb
Wyss automotive art
Marc Terenzi
Classic Days Castle Dyck 
King Cobra Must.II
67 Shelbys made by A.Faulkner
Tasca 505 again
Buck Tags
Bob Aliberto
SAAC-32 Pics 
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
427 Mustangs
KS Twister 2008 or not?
Much more...
Pegasus Mustang reunited with its originators
Michelotti 4700GT Mustang 
Alan Faulker Stevens (Shelby expert)
Swiss Mustang & Shelby Museum
SEMA 2006 pics and Galpin Boss
Shelby Racers in Peru (Benito Lores)
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
Parnelli Jones Special Edition 2006
Mustang Hobo 
Mustang Bandido
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

BULLITT's police supporters
The final proof for NL assembled stangsl
German 'stangs in Mustang Enthusiast 
67 GTA with a french touch
Mustang Pegasus resto started
Stationwagon scale m.
Boss 302 found in Iran 
67 G.T.500 unearthed in Germany 
1972 Sprint CV Registry Update 
  '64 Tour de France Mustangs updates 
1970 Twister Special  
The Rohm & Haas Mustang 
The Mustang Milano 
The Mustang Zebra 
The Sonny & Cher Mustangs  
  GT meets GT40 trip 
TASCA 505 
427 MR 1968 Fastback 

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Norwegian collector 
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
Pocket Shelby
Netherland assembled Mustangs
A pair of 1971 429   
The first Mustang in Europe?
  A rare  66 T-5 K-code convertible
1964 Tour de France Winner 69 428CJ GT convertible
Shelby Zagato
Ponydrive 05
Mustang Music MEM
Frencheros Shelby GT250
6S2381 on sale
2005 launch
Numeric engine-code
W-code 68? 
Custom Challenge  
66 Mexican hardtop
Le Mans R-Shelby
Stingers 429 Mach1
Boss 429 racer 
Bordinat Cougar 
X-code 68 
Mustang Woodie 
NZ Shelby Europe/Boss 351
Lawman Super BOSS again 
Ford X-cars 
Gumball 2004  
Ponydrive II & new Mustang
Alan Brown 
Techno 2004 
Scale 67  5F08F100145
Opera Window 
Off-limit B 429  
gas stations  
L&F 71 429 
Ford Custom Car Caravan 
India Mustang  
71 429 T-5 
65 4wheel-drive 
T-5 presskit  
BB Eleanor  
Lawman CJ  
2005 Hertz   
Triple racer  
Cool Swede 
Lords BOSS 429
69 GT351 CV?
TDF cars  
'66 Sunroof  
5F08F10001   FNM Mustang   
clubmeet 2003
66 bencht T-5
Shelby CV reg..
Techno Classica 2003
Comp. Mustangs
'Grand Prix'  
Yard  Shelby
280km/h Shelby
2005 Hertz
A/S Mustang 
Sleeping 71 BOSS 351  
2003 T/A   
Scale pickup
Mustang vs Charger
2005 Convertible
Turkish Mustanging
2005 Shelby
Iran yard  
68 racer  
Rare T-5  
5R539 comeback
2002 Anvers meeting
2006 Capri
Alan Mann & Pilot Plant Mustang  
Promo 'stang?   Photochopped  
Must. Bandido   ZZtangs
Roger Hayman
Mustangs Plus backyard   
Shelby GT 350 Zagato   
CJ Pony  
BOSS 514
Lawman SCJ M1
The Stallion    
20incher   Sidewinder   
1:5 scale 'stang   Stationwagon   Test Mach 1?  
Hot Mustero   Two of two Shelby Europe !
Shelby Mangusta?   
T-5 dash emblem   
Lowrider   Radical 68   Little Elvis   
ARI Fastback  
302 Engine trivia  
'67 K GTA  

M. Cobra II     
Boss 544    Smokey's T/A   Interv.'Lawman'  
'69 T5 SCJ !
2001 club meet  
BULLITT remake
Racer project   '67 Shelby TA HT
Swiss wr. yard     
BOND  429CJ  
Ranchero again   
T5 w. ANO-VIN  
Shelby Europe   
65  Pegasus  
Lanecollectible   Lawman's Super BOSS   
Peters special BOSS302  
French Mustang Day  
ARI Mustang Registry
Mustang bottle
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 
Ferguson 69er
Norsk Meeting


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