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Ford Mustang Shelby Gt500 Front Lower Bumper Air Dam Deflector Chin Splitter Oem on 2040-parts.com

US $159.99
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Los Angeles, California, United States

Los Angeles, California, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:DR3Z-63001A04-AA Brand:Ford Warranty:Yes Placement on Vehicle:Front Other Part Number:DR3Z63001A04AA Surface Finish:Genuine Ford Lower Air Deflector

Need for Speed Ford Mustang sells for $300,000

Tue, 29 Apr 2014

The 900hp Ford Mustang GT as seen in the latest Need for Speed movie has sold at an auction in the US for $300,000 – that’s roughly £180,000. Unfortunately, the winning bidder might be disappointed to find out that in real life it doesn’t make anywhere near the 900hp claimed in the film, instead running a stock 420hp. Please click on the picture above to find out more about the Need for Speed Mustang

MG Zero Concept at Beijing

Sat, 24 Apr 2010

The MG Zero Concept has been revealed at the Beijing Motor Show It’s good to see a new MG. True, it may not be everyone’s idea of where MG should be, but at least Morris Garages lives to die another day and stays alive as a marque, which is more than you can say for Riley or Hillman or Humber or Triumph or Rover or Austin or Morris or Alvis or… What this may be is the MG2 we snapped being loaded on to a trailer in China a few weeks ago, but there is so little detail from MG in the press release on the MG Zero concept they might just as well not have bothered. If we’re going to get treated to a new MG – concept or not – it would sort of help if we got some detail.

Ford future products: New vehicles get lighter, faster and move upscale

Mon, 29 Aug 2011

Ford Motor Co.'s future-product focus is on improved fuel economy by making its vehicles smaller and engines lighter without sacrificing performance, safety or luxury. It also wants to push the Ford brand more upscale to capture customers orphaned by the shutdown of the Mercury brand, and to attract new buyers with more product offerings. Ford has said 90 percent of its North American nameplates will be available with direct-injection turbocharged EcoBoost engines as standard equipment or as an option by 2013.