Ford Mustang enthusiasts are invited to cross the United States in the largest caravan of Mustangs in history as part of the official 50th anniversary festivities.
The GAA Classic Car Auction at the "Palace" in Greensboro, N.C., was held on Nov. 7-9 offering a record number of cars.
~ Charles H. Farley reporting The Tom Mack Auctions are legendary for good deals and clean cars, but the Big Thursday Sept. 19 auction featuring a trio of 1969 428cid powered Mustang Fastbacks broke into the price stratosphere. A gold/bronze example in # 1 condition hammered at $105,000, followed closely by a blue GT500...
“Go Baby Go” was the buzz phrase of the week and the talk of the town in Indianapolis during Dana Mecum’s 26th Original Spring Classic as eyes from around the globe converged on Indy to take part in the largest muscle car auction in the world.
Henry Ford introduced us to the Model T, the car that made him famous and for which he is still best-known 110 years after his company began.
Readers sometimes give us more credit than we deserve. We don’t have a crystal ball or an understanding of Nostradamus’ writings, and we can’t predict the future. However, we can sometimes offer solid advice as in the case of this 1966 Mustang owner. When an Old Cars Weekly reader recently wanted to know what...
The 13th annual Russo & Steele Collector Car Auction held in Scottsdale, Ariz., ended late Sunday night, Jan. 20., with some jaw-dropping results.
Rob Williams, general manager of The Auto Collections in Las Vegas, says that the highly modified ’67 “Eleanor” Mustang shown on lobby posters for the Las Vegas attraction is the most popular car it has ever displayed in its 31 years. It is the actual car that actor Nicolas Cage drove in the Touchstone...
Some kids ask for ponies and Hot Wheels cars as kids. As a child, Jane Marshall of Belgium, Wis., asked her father for a 1967 Shelby Mustang.
When Scott Meadows brought his 1966 Mustang coupe into Jeff Lilly Restorations in Helote, Texas, the little black 289 V-8-powered “pony” looked like a good “20 footer.” But Jeff Lilly knew better.