Ford Mustang

  • BULLITT MUSTANG SELLS FOR RECORD-BREAKING £2.88M

    BULLITT MUSTANG SELLS FOR RECORD-BREAKING £2.88M

    Matt Bell on 24th January 2020

    Arguably the most famous movie car of all time is now one of the most expensive. The original Highland Green 1968 Ford Mustang GT Fastback, as driven by the legendary Steve McQueen in the iconic movie Bullitt, sparked a bidding war to sell for $3.74m (£2.88m) at Mecum’s sale in Florida on January 10.

  • MUSTANG RECORD SET BY FORD

    MUSTANG RECORD SET BY FORD

    Matt Bell on 12th September 2019

    Mustang drivers from all across Europe gathered at Ford’s Lommel Proving Ground, Belgium, on September 7 to set a new world record for Mustangs in a parade.

  • BULLITT MUSTANG SET FOR AUCTION

    BULLITT MUSTANG SET FOR AUCTION

    Matt Bell on 2nd September 2019

    The 1968 Bullitt Mustang driven by Steve McQueen in the Hollywood film will go under the hammer next year at Mecum's Kissimmee sale.

  • CLASSIC AND SUPERCARS SHOW 2019

    CLASSIC AND SUPERCARS SHOW 2019

    Matt Bell on 5th August 2019

    Derek Bell was reunited with the iconic Le Mans-winning 917 and 962 Porsches as the Lancaster Insurance Classic and Supercars Show took place in the beautiful grounds of Sherborne Castle in Dorset on July 21.

  • AMERICAN CLASSICS

    AMERICAN CLASSICS

    Matt Bell on 30th July 2019

    American classics have always enjoyed a keen following among a dedicated band of UK enthusiasts. We pick some favourites.

  • ROAD TEST – 1965 FORD MUSTANG

    ROAD TEST – 1965 FORD MUSTANG

    Matt Bell on 6th November 2018

    The Ford Mustang is one of the great American motoring icons, one of which will long be remembered as being the fastest selling car of all time. The first generation Ford Mustang (which was ostensibly based on the Ford Falcon) was one of the most defining cars of its era.

  • FORD COUPES

    FORD COUPES

    Glenn Rowswell on 24th January 2018

    British buyers have been treated to a wide array of stylish Ford coupes over the last half a century, some of which have gone on to gain a cult following of their own. Paul Guinness takes a look at this extensive line-up...