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2008 Brings A New Boss To The Streets

2008 Boss Shinoda

Mustang enthusiasts nationwide will have something else to look forward to in 2008 as Team Shinoda recently unveiled their plans for a new Boss Mustang. With a variety of packages being offered, the Boss will be sure to have something for any mustang lover regardless of their budget.

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Knight Rider Is Back – Shelby GT500KR As KITT

KITT Mustang Front Clip

Amid weeks of rumors and speculation, NBC officially announced yesterday that there will – in fact – be an updated sequel to the hugely popular 80′s series. Originally starring the Hoff behind the wheel of a Pontiac Trans Am, this time they’re righting the wrong by putting Michael Knight in the driver’s seat of a heavily modded Shelby GT500KR.

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New Mustangs To Get Factory Installed Glass Roof

Mustang Glass Roof

Maybe it was the Giugiaro Concept,or maybe they feel the need to spice things up since Ford’s “shock and awe” barrage of last year’s special edition Mustangs is wearing off. Maybe it was the promise of a refreshed Mustang each year, or maybe it’s the 200% increase in large sunroof productions in the last five years. Or maybe it was because the Corvette did it?

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More 2010 Ford Mustang Spy Photos

2010 Ford Mustang Spy Photo 

Well, we didn’t actually spy it but Brenda Priddy and Company did (she’s good, pretty much the queen of car spy photos. Thanks for the pic by the way). While it’s clear this car is pretty heavily cloaked, there’s no mistaking it for a next-gen Mustang nor disputing the speculation that this is what’s coming next for Ford’s Ponycar in 2010.

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Action! Ford Shelby GT500 Gets Some Screen Time

Red White Stripes Ford Shelby GT500 Mustang 

In a theater near you on December 14th, look for a Ford Shelby GT500 tearing up the streets of New York City in I Am Legend, starring Will Smith. It’s yet another notch in Ford’s belt for building it’s brand in Movies, the new “commercial” of sorts. In addition to the Mustang, Ford also landed cameo roles for the Escape Hybrid and the Expedition – though it’s the GT500 owning the roads.

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