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The Ford Mustang has been in continuous manufacturing of cars for more than 50 years. During its initial 49 years, the Ford Mustang gained a global fan base with over 5 million fans on Facebook. The combination of the automobile’s unique style with affordability and performance resulted in a new class or sports cars.
2 years ago
Mean Machines
The eagle-eyed amongst us would instantly realise that this 1,000bhp-at-the-wheel 1967 Ford Mustang is the very same car that was featured in the latest episode of Jay Leno’s Garage. While a 1,000bhp Ford Mustang isn’t really groundbreaking as there are quite a few that boast that many horses or more, like this RINGBROTHER’S 65′ STANG and of course the mental 1,400BHP MACHINE THAT WE ALL KNOW AND LOVE AS “HOONICORN V2”. While these both are quite stunning examples of powerful Mustangs, what’s quite unique about this particular 1965 Ford Mustang created by Jason Pecikonis and his team at Timeless Kustoms is the spot-perfect way everything comes together in one package.

See more pictures of the beast here
4 days ago
Mean Machines

It’s finally here! Engineered for adrenaline-pumping performance, 2017 Ford Mustang delivers with pulse-raising torque and legendary roar. It took over 50 years for this dazzling sports car to come to India. Booking is now open for this sixth generation Ford Mustang. The car comes with four driving modes - Normal, Sport+, Track, & Snow/Wet. The India-spec Mustang GT gets a 395.5bhp, 5.0-litre V8 engine.

For the first time, Ford Motors has decided to produce the right-hand drive variant of the car for markets like the UK and India. Tempting, isn't it?


2 years ago
Mean Machines
High-performance race cars rely on the finest equipment and premium grades of fuel to run fastest and most efficiently, your internal body mechanisms are not any different.

You can fuel your muscle- and strength-building efforts with good, high-quality foods and supplements to maximize your performance and muscles, Do not gunk up your insides with greasy and sugary foods that add more to your waistline than your bench press.
a year ago
Men's Fitness