What Are Window Louvers?Last Updated August 12, 2019 | Sam Padgett
Window louvers are one of the more iconic traits of a Mustang. They can make your car look classy and powerful at the same time. While initially meant to protect the interior of Mustangs from the harsh rays of the sun, they have stuck on as a popular piece of visual flair for Mustangs of any generation.
Whether it’s your 1st Mustang or your 50th, sometimes it can be tough to decide between a Mustang fastback or coupe and a convertible for your next pony. Each have their advantages and disadvantages. For example, if you enjoy maximum handling capability, you just can’t beat the structural integrity that comes with a hardtop. On the other hand, if you enjoy beachside cruises or early morning drives on your favorite backroad, a convertible may be better for you. If you’re unsure of which combination fits with your personal taste, this article will go through the ins and outs of owning a fastback or coupe vs a convertible.
Ever been at a Mustang event, whether it’s a car show or drag race and hear someone utter the term S197 or S550 or even Fox Body, perhaps? These are body codes set by Ford Motor Company in their Research & Development process for the Mustang.
Owning a Mustang is incredibly rewarding. With a new Mustang, you have all the latest technology, performance, and engineering from Ford all sitting in your driveway. With such an impressive new vehicle, it’s no surprise that there are a lot of mods available. Whether you're after a pure speed boost or looking to improve your handling, with the vast selection of Mustang mods available at CJ’s, you will surely find what you need to make your Mustang your own!
Sure, you love driving your pony car around, but have you ever wondered what the Ford Mustang is named after? The answer might surprise you! This article delves into the history of how the famed Ford muscle car got its name, as well as the history of the iconic Mustang pony car emblem.