Ford is still continuing to tease us by revealing only bits and pieces of the 2010 Mustang. We caught a glimpse of the Mustang’s hood and now they have revealed pictures of the car’s front fender and the rear view mirror. It is hard to make any judgment’s on the way it has been designed and styled – but we are going to try anyway until they reveal the whole model.
Usually the NHRA Stock Car drag racing only allows vehicles built with factory-specification powertrains to compete. Yet, now the rules are about to change and they will be allowing vehicles built with aftermarket cars to compete as well.
ROUSH is taking advantage of this new development and two versions of their supercharged powertrains have already been approved to race in the Stock and SuperStock classes. The two versions are the V8 engine that produces 510 horsepower taken from the P-51A and the V8 engine that produces 430 horsepower taken from the Stage 3 Mustang.
The 2010 Mustang is slowly but surely coming together and through that process we have been able to see small bits and pieces of it. Enough to keep us interested – but not enough to give us too much of a clue on how the finished product will officially look like. We have finally been given a much larger peek of the Mustang covered from head to toe in camo.
Norris Cadiere and his family were forced to evacuate their home last week in New Orleans when the news showed that hurricane Gustav was headed straight for them. They waited out the storm in Georgia and on their way home they stopped at the Hollywood Casino in Bay St Louis, MS.
Ford has decided that the best way to show off the new 2010 Mustang was to give show off only bits and pieces of it at a time. One of the first parts to be put on display all over the net was the hood of the new Mustang. They also put on display the new badge emblem that will be used on the new model.