Articles about Pony Car

It does 0-100kph in 3.09sec and has an estimated range of 200km
This isn't an 'ordinary' '60s Ford Mustang. But then, nothing is 'ordinary' in today's world. No, this '60s Ford Mustang is fully electric, capable of accelerating harder and faster than any production Ford Mustang has ever done.London-based company
The original owner bought it for less than $3,500
Your brand-new ride loses value the minute it leaves the dealership, but if you hang on to it long enough and the nameplate ends up an automotive icon, then you'll find yourself the owner of a priceless piece of car
A pony fit for an assassin
Considering that it's the impetus for his entire kill-crazy rampage (okay, and the heart-hollowing demise of his adorable puppy), it's odd that Mr. Wick's Mustang doesn't feature higher on BEST MOVIE CAR EVAH lists. It may
The highs and lows
When the reasonably priced, four-seat pony car debuted in New York in 1964, it instantly, dramatically shifted the American car market about its axis. The Ford Mustang racked up 22,000 sales on its first day, effectively birthing the muscle car
Why did it take 50 years to make this?
Steady on, this isn't just any special edition, it's the new Bullitt Mustang. It's a car built to celebrate 50 years since Steve McQueen donned a polo neck, tweed jacket and took his Highland Green Mustang GT390 Fastback for
Better late than never
While the Shelby GT500 may be one of the most popular classic Mustang-based Shelbys, there's a special ultra-rare model non-pony car enthusiasts might not be aware of. In 1967, Shelby built a modified GT500 for Goodyear to be
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