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  1. Super Stang Fest 2017 As we have announced a little while ago, the Ford Motor Company has approved us to use the StangFest / SuperStangFest names going forward. While the original SuperStangFest occurred back in 2007, we have no affiliation or relation to the group that produced that event - the only similarity is the that they share the same domain name. Looking forward to a new SuperStangFest in Florida for 2017, the entire event proceeds will benefit the Save A Wild Mustang campaign, which has also been approved by the Ford Motor Company. SuperStangFest is starting at ground zero in preparing and producing this event and we're reaching out for anyone that wishes to help plan it and make it successful. If you, your club or business would like to help make this event possible, please contact us here. Our Facebook page is here.
  2. 1971 Boss 351 PR Photo

    1971 Boss 351 PR Photo
  3. 1971 Boss 351 PR Photo

    1971 Boss 351 PR Photo
  4. 1971 Boss 351 PR Photo

    1971 Boss 351 PR Photo
  5. 1969 Grabber Green Shelby

    1969 Grabber Green Shelby
  6. 1969 Grabber Green Shelby

    1969 Grabber Green Shelby
  7. 1969 Grabber Green Shelby

    1969 Grabber Green Shelby
  8. 2012 Boss 302s @ the Newstands

    2012 Boss 302s @ the Newstands
  9. 2012 Boss 302 Engine

    2012 Boss 302 Engine
  10. 2012 Boss 302 Engine

    2012 Boss 302 Engine
  11. Boss 302 Engine

    1969 Boss 302 (or early 1970).
  12. We'll be upgrading this site over the next two weeks - if you have any comments or suggestions on how to make it better, please reply here or click here to contact us. ;)
  13. You're welcome to post up Mustang events in this section - you can also post them in the Team Mustang calendar, which can be found here.
  14. 2017 Ford Mustang JOB1 Date Set   2016 Ford Mustang Final Orders Due: 04 March 2016 2017 Ford Mustang Order Banks Open: 04 April 2016 2017 Ford Mustang Scheduling Begins: 14 April 2016 2017 Ford Mustang JOB1 (start of production): 02 June 2016   does not pertain to Shelby GT350
  15. FORD AND PETTY'S GARAGE TEAM UP TO BUILD LIMITED-EDITION MUSTANG GT Ford dealerships to offer 143 limited-edition Petty’s Garage-tuned Mustang GTs; a Stage 1 version and an even more exclusive Stage 2 version will be available All Petty’s Garage Mustang GTs feature Ford Racing/Roush supercharger boosting output to 627 horsepower*, as well as unique exterior and interior treatments including Richard Petty’s signature on the dashboard AC/DC’s Brian Johnson ordered the first Petty’s Garage Stage 2 Mustang GT – the rock ’n’ roll legend’s first-ever domestic vehicle purchase   TEAM MUSTANG – Ford Motor Company and Petty’s Garage are teaming up to build a new 627-horsepower* Mustang GT – a limited-edition fastback inspired by the popular Petty’s Garage Mustang GT on display at last year’s SEMA show in Las Vegas.   “We received a tremendous amount of positive feedback about our Petty’s Garage Mustang GT displayed at the SEMA show,” said Jeff Whaley, Petty’s Garage COO. “With so much interest, we began to explore the possibility of building a limited run of the Petty’s Garage Mustang GT.”   Two versions of the Petty’s Garage Mustang GT will be built this year; the Stage 1 version will be limited to 100 units, while the even more exclusive Stage 2 version will total 43 units.     Stage 1 Petty’s Garage Mustang GT will feature a host of custom modifications – both visual tweaks and under the hood. A Petty’s Garage fascia at the front imparts a unique look, while a reworked rear fascia features a center-exit exhaust and prominently showcased race-inspired spoiler. Inside, custom embroidered head restraints, floor mats and Richard Petty’s own signature on the dashboard set this Mustang GT apart from the rest.   A Ford Racing/Roush supercharger, cold air intake, custom engine calibration and MagnaFlow exhaust system are fitted to Mustang GT’s 5.0-liter engine, boosting output to 627 horsepower. Power is delivered to the road by custom 20-inch Petty’s Garage HRE FlowForm wheels shod with Continental tires. Stage 1 Mustang GT can be ordered in any color, with all unique bodywork painted to match in-house at Petty’s Garage.   Along with the features found on the Stage 1 car, the Stage 2 version includes a Petty’s Garage Wilwood big brake upgrade and a complete Petty’s Garage custom two-tone paint job. Stage 2 Mustang GT will ride on Petty’s Garage HRE three-piece forged-aluminum wheels.   Of the 43 Petty’s Garage Stage 2 Mustang GTs planned, only 42 remain, as rock ’n’ roll legend Brian Johnson has an order in for the first car. “This Mustang has just taken my breath away,” said Johnson, lead singer for AC/DC. “It really is one of the best cars I’ve ever driven. I didn’t have an American car, but I do now!”   Paint fit for ‘The King’ The Petty’s Garage Stage 2 Mustang GT’s custom two-tone paint job is identical to the 2014 SEMA show car. Using crushed-and-tumbled glass combined with iconic Petty Blue paint, Petty’s Garage has created a one-of-a-kind color for the lower half of the car. A custom tri-coat pearlescent blend of Ford Tuxedo Black complements Petty Blue for the upper half. “The King’s” legendary No. 43 is expertly ghosted into the paint on the fastback Mustang GT’s hood and C-pillar.   The Petty’s Garage Stage 1 car carries an MSRP of $62,210, while the Stage 2 car comes in at $92,210. Orders for this limited-edition Mustang GT can be placed at any Ford dealership on a first-come, first-served basis.   *Powertrain modifications are covered by a Ford Racing/Roush Performance parts limited warranty; Petty’s Garage components and installation carry a 36-month, 36,000-mile warranty from Petty’s Garage. About Ford Motor Company