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  1. News
    Australian buyers shouldn’t expect to see a GT500 in their nearest dealer anytime soon, Ford Australia spokesperson, Damion Smy told Cars Guide recently . There are “no plans to bring the Mustang GT500 to Australia as it is strictly left-hand drive only,” Smy told the Aussie publication...
  2. News
    This is now the most expensive car ever...to come from Australia. It's a Ford Falcon from 1971, but this isn't an ordinary Falcon. In the midst of a rivalry with the Holden Torana and Chrysler Valiant in the 1970s on the legendary Bathurst circuit, more power and better handling were needed...
  3. News
    Thanks to the appeal of a modern independent rear suspension and the availability of right-hand drive, the sixth-generation Ford Mustang has encountered far greater global appeal than any Mustang before it. The latest country to take a real liking to the Mustang is Down Under, where...
  4. Introductions
    Hi all. Just joined up today so I'll introduce myself before posting in the forums. I go by the name Mac. I've owned a 1967 Fastback with a fuel-injected 302, 4 speed top loader for a few years now. I've let her run her course with many a coast cruise but she's now ready for her full...
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    As you can see from the Holden/Mustang hybrid in the photo, the gearheads of New Zealand love the Mustang. It has never been officially sold their but with the announcment of a RHD model for the UK, the Kiwis are hopeful they may finally get to buy a brand new pony car. The remote nation did not...
  6. Introductions
    Hey folks :) I recently bought my dream car, a 1967 Mustang Fastback, and although my restoration on it was delayed (new girlfriend), I'm now making plans to make a start on it. It's a 302 Windsor, 4 speed top-loader, right hand drive for Australian roads. Looking to make some friends here, and...
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