Bird Kultgen Ford was kind enough to stop by today and let us take a look at their new 2013 Ford Mustang V6. Seeing a 2013 in person made me want one even more. The new front bumper is a big improvement. It made even this V6 look more aggressive. The painted rocker panels and new one piece rear bumper were a big improvement as well. The new 2013 Mustang doesn’t have all the black plastic on the outside (10-12 had black plastic front lower valance, rocker panels, and lower rear bumper). Another big attention getter are the new tail lights and headlights. These have to be one of the biggest improvements. I wasn’t sure I liked the tail lights from pictures I had seen up to this point but seeing them in person….I’m sold. Good job Ford.
If you have not had a chance to check out Ford’s website lately, you should go take a look at the new 2013 Mustang section on Ford’s website. I spent some time on their website last night and I thought it would be nice to share some of the new options and packages that are available for the new 2013 Mustang. As with every new redesign Ford brings to the Mustang, there are plenty of new features, colors, packages and options. I will start with the 2013 Mustang GT model and review the 2013 Mustang V6, 2013 Boss 302, and 2013 GT500 in my next blog.
Well guys it’s that time of year again… race and event seasons are about to get into full swing. One of the first events we will be attending is the Lone Star Roundup event in College Station, TX. It is held by the Track Guys and always proves to be a great event that we attend in regular fashion. The event takes place at the Texas World Speedway. The 2.9 mile road course at the track allows for you to get up to fast speeds and some fun turns.
Have you ever looked down at your tires in the morning and notice they are getting low on pressure? Did you check the tire for a nail or screw just to find nothing? Well did you know that compressed air actually can leak out of your tires because its molecular structure is so small?