Oct 15

Ford Mustang Wyalusing Run

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Oct 13

Freedom is Calling

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Oct 11

2022 News

Mary took this picture on our way to Wyalusing last Sunday. What a beautiful ride.

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Oct 14

Twin Tiers Mustand Club

Carroll Shelby’s Personal Shelby GT500 Is For Sale

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Apr 08

Rare Vintage Photos of Mustang I and XD Cobra

It’s hardly surprising that our readers want to share their memories of the Ford Mustang — 50 years is a long time for an automotive nameplate to endure, and the model’s upcoming 50th anniversary is as good excuse as any to look back on the experiences that have made the car an enthusiast hit.

Take William Drew, who had a close encounter with pony car history when he saw the Mustang I concept, plus a rare Ghia-bodied Shelby Cobra concept, at an auto dealer in Dallas in 1970. His slides (taken with a Yashica camera, he notes) show the unusual cars in the nice, bright colors of Kodachrome.

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Mar 25

Mint 1969 Shelby GT500 found under 40 years of dust

Buried for 40 years!  Click HERE for the story.

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Mar 04

Next Generation GT350 Spied in LA

Ford certainly doesn’t seem to be trying to conceal much with the design of the new Mustang GT350 replacement considering it’s been spotted again roaring through LA with a pretty light disguise.

But then again, we suspect that the biggest surprise for the higher performance model will come under the hood as it should.

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Feb 20

Tickets now available for the May 8th Pasta Dinner Cruise Inn

All tickets are PRE-sale only (we have 500). If you would like to help with sale tickets or would like some for yourself you can contact me , Ron (rlavelle@stny.rr.com) or Willy (rmv@stny.rr.com). Remember this is for a good cause, a good meal and a fun time out for $ 8.00. there will be three trophies given out to cars that participate in the Cruise-in and club cars are eligible . The cars chosen for the awards will be picked the Mayor of Endicott , a member of the Sons of Italy and a member from New Life .

Last year’s donation By Triple City Street Rods and the Cruisin Buddies to this program was over $1000.00. Can we go over that this year ? We can if we sell all the tickets . Last year there were over 350 tickets sold lets sell all 500 this year .

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Jan 21

Barrett-Jackson 2014: First production 2015 Ford Mustang raises $300,000 for charity

Barrett-Jackson 2014: First production 2015 Ford Mustang raises $300,000 for charity – http://mustangsdaily.com/blog/2014/01/18/barrett-jackson-2014-first-production-2015-ford-mustang-raises-300000-for-charity/

 However, an hour later, they auctioned off a new 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z28, also for charity, and Rick Hendrick bought it for $600,000. WOW!

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Nov 05

Leaked! This is (Almost Definitely) the 2015 Ford Mustang

From the December 2013 Issue of Car and Driver

In a nation obsessed with the right now, few things have held up over the past 50 years as well as the Ford ­Mustang. The first pony car debuted at the 1964 New York World’s Fair and instantly became a tent pole of Americana. Before the model officially turns 50 on April 17, 2014, Ford will celebrate its lasting ­contribution to the postwar-boom culture with a brand-new, much anticipated Mustang.

But the times, they are a changin’ (yep, a song also released in 1964). Ford’s American icon continues to gain offshore admirers. The Blue Oval plans to sell the next Mustang globally, and to appease overseas buyers, the car will need to be lighter and more efficient. But that’s not to say that traditional fans will be disappointed.

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