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Think you know all there is to know about Ford Mustangs?

Sorry, but most of the very best Ford Mustang adventures remain unknown, and untold.

For the cars were never caught, or the drivers arrested.

It's a fact most non-fiction films and books about outlaw cars and drivers only tell about the ones who got caught (or crashed)-- not the ones who got away.

So the very best cars and drivers of the lot were the ones nobody ever heard about. Think about it.

But wait long enough and various legal expiration dates and eye-witnesses-- as well as scraps of evidence which might have originally been collected at the scenes-- will fall by the wayside.

View of the author's heavily modified 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 in near final form

Beyond that, changing details like names and dates and more can make it still tougher for even the most fanatical of legal hounds to follow up on such cold cases-- thereby (hopefully!) making it safe to reveal such events to the public at last.

So let me tell you a few stories about me and my own real-life outlaw Mustang from decades back...they may well be the best you'll ever see...

[Caution: The accounts below may incorporate adult language, behavior, and concerns.]

My 1969 Mustang was my first car. My peers and circumstances moved me to first soup him up, then gradually transform him into something approaching a poor man's Batmobile. Combine this with my efforts to become an expert driver and road war commando, and my pony car eventually qualified as a supercar extraordinaire.

Please choose your adventure below

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