Many Americans are nostalgic about muscle cars, and there’s a rumor that the Barracuda may return. Domestic automakers have revived the retro style in certain cars, especially in high-performance models. There has been buzz about the return of classics for some time, and the Barracuda in particular. However, there are some challenges, especially because Plymouth Read on! →


The past two generations of the Ford Mustang have had retro styling, hearkening to classic Mustangs from the 1960s. However, Ford has announced that the next generation Mustang will drop the retro appointments. Trying to attract a new generation of buyers The Ford Mustang has an iconic status matched by few other cars produced by Read on! →


American automakers, in the midst of a muscle car renaissance, have started an arms race by producing modern pony cars with staggering amounts of power. The 2013 Ford Shelby GT Mustang will produce 650 horsepower and reach 200 miles per hour. Ford not horsing around with new Mustang America’s “Big Three” automakers, Ford, General Motors Read on! →


As a benefit for the EAA Young Eagles organization of aviators, an historic auction involving a one-of-a-kind classic Ford vehicle will take place. A “Red Tails” Ford Mustang GT 5.0-liter glass-roof coupe, which was created to commemorate the African-American Tuskegee Airmen who flew red-tailed P51 Mustang fighters during World War II, will be auctioned Thursday Read on! →


The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has closed its investigation into 29,807 2011-2012 standard transmission Ford Mustangs. The probe looked into complaints of shifting issues. The federal safety regulators concluded that a recall was not in order. Complaints of rough shifting According to the NHTSA, the investigation began in August in response to 364 separate Read on! →


Sometimes, a vehicle featured in a major motion picture or iconic television series becomes almost as famous as the star of the film or TV series itself. Cars can hold value for decades if the vehicle becomes famous that way. Granted, sometimes it can be due to “product placement,” when a film company deliberately puts Read on! →