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2020 Ford Mustang revealed, Australian launch due in November
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18th Jul 2019
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2020 Ford Mustang revealed, Australian launch due in November

Ford Australia has updated the Mustang sports car for the 2020 model year, with retro-inspired colour options and a new visual enhancement pack for more personalisation options than ever before. Scheduled to land in local showrooms from November, the MY20 Ford Mustang will offer four new colours, including the eye-catching 'Grabber Lime' (pictured) from the company's heritage palette – inspired by the 'Grabber' finish available on the Mustang in North America during the early 1970s.
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James Wong
2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 to use 3D-printed brake parts
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11th Dec 2018
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2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 to use 3D-printed brake parts

The upcoming Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 will make use of two 3D-printed parts in its brakes, developed at its Advanced Manufacturing Centre in Michigan. Along with the GT500, printed parts will be used in the interior of the F-150 bound for the Chinese market. The company says it has a bank of 23 3D printers at the facility in Redford, Michigan, where around 100 people are employed.
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Scott Collie
Ford Mustang Bullitt almost sold out in Australia
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13th Oct 2018
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Ford Mustang Bullitt almost sold out in Australia

Keen to get your hands on a Mustang Bullitt? Best be quick, they're almost all gone in Australia. The limited-edition throwback to Steve McQueen's legendary movie Mustang was today revealed for the Australian market in Melbourne, but very few of the 700 examples offered locally are still available.
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Scott Collie
Sacrilege or work of a genius? These guys are dropping a twin-turbo Ferrari V8 into a 1968 Ford Mustang
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12th Jan 2018
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Sacrilege or work of a genius? These guys are dropping a twin-turbo Ferrari V8 into a 1968 Ford Mustang

The Ford Mustang is an iconic representation of all that is ’Murica. More often than not, if there is an engine swap, it will be with some kind of big, angry, lumpy-idling V8 with more cubes than several modern family cars combined. However, the guys from American Legends had a different idea for their ’68 Mustang shell. A very different idea. Above: F136 V8 stuffed into the engine bay of American Legend's Ford Mustang.
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Mark Trueno