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CJ's Helps Make-A-Wish 1970 Mach 1 Restoration Become Reality!

The Make-A-Wish Foundation is an organization that works to grant the wishes of children with life threatening medical conditions, in order to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. When CJ Pony Parts was contacted by this amazing organization in the summer of 2014 to help make wish kid Kodi's dream of having his 1970 Mach 1's restoration completed, we couldn't wait to help.

boss 302 mustang

With only four letters and three numbers, Ford created a legend. Even if you don’t know the details, as a Mustang enthusiast, you certainly know the name Boss 302. You have to go back a few decades to discover the first edition, which came out in 1969. Despite only lasting two model years, the original Mustang Boss 302 blasted into the automotive history books leaving two smoking tire marks that are still there today. 

2015 Mustang GT: Roush Supercharger Install

Since he got his 2015 Mustang GT, Bill Tumas has been making some small modifications, like the Ford Racing by Borla Touring Cat Back Exhaust and a tune that we talked about in our last update. However, the goal has always been to make this into the ultimate street car, which looks amazing and puts out a ton of power. While some of the basic bolt-on mods can make some additional power, to get the 600-700 horsepower he's searching for, nothing beats a big power adder like a supercharger.

v6 mustang parts guide

Heavy-breathing, gas-guzzling motors are no longer required to achieve respectable high-performance. Ford’s 2015 V6 Mustang is a testament to that fact. We lay out how to keep up, or even show up, bigger V8s with modifications that are sure to squeeze more power out of your ride!

2015 mustang king cobra

At the Convention Center in Las Vegas, Ford stunned the crowd at the SEMA show with a 2015 Mustang King Cobra, built to perform and impress on the street as well as on the drag strip. Ford's purpose of this King Cobra was to create more than a showstopper that very few people would ever get a chance to drive or own. Instead, Ford built the Mustang with performance parts that can be bought and installed on a regular Mustang GT to duplicate not just the look, but also the performance of the King Cobra.

History of the 2005-2009 Mustang: The classic look returns!

After more than a decade with the previous Mustang's design, it was clear that it was time for a redesign in the mid-2000s. Ford's design team, led by J Mays, developed an all-new platform, the first in 25 years, and created an all-new design full of retro cues from Mustangs past. Read on for some of the highlights of the 2005-2009 Mustangs.


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