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Mike Miller | 1966 Mustang

Mike Miller from Lakewood, CA, spent 42 years working at Pennzoil, now Shell oil. Since his retirement, he has been afforded more time to restore a 1966 Ford Mustang and attend local car shows with his club, the SOCAL Chariots. This isn’t his first Mustang; he was inspired to give a new life to the 66 as it reminded him of his first car, a 1965 Mustang. He eventually traded…

AdventureStang

In December 2020 the McCullough family started out on an adventure of a lifetime. Drew, Mia and their toddler, Turner, began road tripping across the US in a classic ’67 Mustang. Leading up to the trip, Drew and Mia had always discussed getting out of their comfort zone, but few people have the courage to drop everything and travel cross country. There were two turning points that lead them on…

Talking ’Bout Your S197 Mustang Generation

Here is a look at some special Mustangs that were part of the fifth generation, 2005–2014. The fifth generation of Mustangs brought the brand back to life in an exciting way. It had been given the code name “S197”—what that meant, or indicated, was that the Mustang was shifting to a new rear-wheel-drive platform, called a “D2C,” which stood for “D-class 2-door coupe.” According to the experts, that new platform…

Get In The Car | 1968 Mustang Four Link Upgrade

“Hold AHN!” Aldan American got in the car with Valerie to upgrade her 1968 Fastback Mustang with the full Aldan Coilover treatment. This classic Mustang is setup with all the right suspension (Mustang II front clip and a full 4-link in the rear). The car had an old, worn out set of shocks and springs up front and an old set of coilovers on the rear with too soft of…