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Ford Mustang Community Pulls Together

Author Elise  |  6th July 2020

Following the harrowing discovery that his wife Kim’s cancer was inoperable, Rob Scholefield from Northampton put up his Ford Mustang for sale. In his own words, “I can get another car, but I can’t get another Kim.” He hopes to raise £150,000 so that Kim can undergo private treatment of proton therapy. This radical treatment could extend Kim’s life to watch her daughters grow up. Without prompting, ...


Get A 1968 Shelby Mustang GT500!

Author Elise  |  25th June 2020

As soon as I took the call, I knew something had happened. The voice on the other end I knew well: it belonged to Paul, owner of Muscle Car UK. He sounded tired, yet happy. There was a tremor of excitement in him I hadn’t heard in a while. “A fantastic car,” he said. “Absolutely fantastic.” Because, ladies and gentlemen, Muscle Car UK had just welcomed home ...


Hashtag ‘Not a Mustang’ – Ford’s 2021 Mustang Mach-E

Author Elise  |  18th June 2020

Late last year, Ford announced the release of their 2021 Mustang Mach-E, an all-electrical SUV. Now, a bunch of petitions are flying around the internet trying to get Ford to change the name of the car. The petition declares that the Mach-E “goes against the essence of what Mustang stands for in automotive history. It’s insulting to the tens of thousands of Mustang enthusiasts who love the Pony ...


Tips on How To Prepare Your Car For Summer

Author Elise  |  15th June 2020

Modern cars do need regular care, but with classics it’s absolutely vital. Usually the big baddy of nature for anything mechanical is winter. With salt on the roads, chilly humidity, and few chances to go zooming down the road to show off, many cars are somewhat the worse for wear come March. Especially this year! However, to prepare your car for summer is important as ...


The Ford Mustangs 1969 Versus 1970

Author Elise  |  8th June 2020

Understandably, Mustang lovers have a hard time choosing between the Ford Mustangs of 1969 versus 1970 models. The late sixties were a time for Ford to be bold and brassy. The race to the moon was over. Now it was time for car manufacturers to compete and produce the most powerful muscle car. The ‘69 Mustang was a one-year-only body style and many consider it to ...


Five Reasons You Should Buy A Classic Mustang

Author Elise  |  1st June 2020

“Should I buy a classic Mustang?” You might find yourself asking as you scroll down forums and feeds full of good-looking cars and their grinning owners. There’s a good reason for that question: they’re fantastic cars, of course you’re tempted. There’s a good answer too: Yes, you should buy a Mustang. How else will you get to be John Wick? Of all classic cars, Mustangs were ...


The Tips and Buying Criteria Of An Expert

Author Elise  |  25th May 2020

From our car-buying expert and renowned classic car restorer Adrian Hewetson, here are some tips and buying criteria you should look (out) for when shopping for a classic. Or indeed any car. It often takes Adrian hours or even days to drive to the cars he wants to view in Arizona, but he only ever buys the cars that match Muscle Car UK’s standards. The ...


How To Avoid Getting Scammed in America

Author Elise  |  18th May 2020

One of the most common and justified worries of entering the motorsports community even as an enthusiast is the fear of getting scammed. America especially is rife with clever and experienced scammers. They can spin you a tale of woe and excuses to make you buy their (inexistent) car right then and there without so much as a visual. It’s easy to shrug it off ...


Introducing the UK’s Biggest Mustang Dealership

Author Elise  |  12th May 2020

Welcome to Muscle Car UK. Based in Henfield, West Sussex, we are the biggest Mustang dealership in the UK, with over 40 classic Mustangs on offer at certain times of the year. Muscle Car UK are owned by the well-known Pilgrim Motorsports, who boast forty plus years of experience in car manufacturing, classic car restoration & classic car servicing. Over time we slowly specialised in the ...


Interview With A Car Buying Expert

Author Elise  |  12th May 2020

Picture this: I’m sitting in the Pilgrim Motorsports headquarters with English springtime blossoming outside, I can smell the fresh paint from the cars being worked on in the factory, and the Paul Bennett (ex design engineer for Lotus, Tyrrell, and McLaren; winner of the Louis Schwitzer Prize in 2000; Pilgrim’s Chief Development Engineer) has just made me a cup of tea. Life is good. I have ...


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