SEMA, SHELL, and Sean

A year ago we were all running a fever.  This fever didn't have anything to do with health, it was all about stealth. Rumors were flying about the existence of and possible discovery of one 1968 Mustang that had made a storied appearance in a movie that turned into a cult classic, Bullitt. NAIAS would... Continue Reading →

Thrills Underfoot

Abundant. Big. Considerable. Hefty. Substantial. Weighty. While researching synonyms for "lead-footed" it occurred to me that being a "lead-foot" has nothing to do with the car one drives.  No matter the ride, a "lead-foot" will push said car just a little harder than the average granny.  No offense to grannies. I felt in no way... Continue Reading →

Grace. Honor. Mustangs.

  If you've ever driven a truly remarkable automobile you can understand the meaning of this post. Whether it was your first car, last car, or any one in-between we don't usually think of inanimate objects as being honorable or graceful.  These words are usually used to describe humans or the acts they perform, i.e.... Continue Reading →

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