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Ford Begin Testing Right-Hand Drive Mustang

Ford begin testing the first “right-hand drive” Ford Mustang ahead of global production.

Perhaps one of the most iconic cars in history, and a personal favourite of mine which I will come to shortly, the production of the first right-hand-drive Ford Mustang is to begin soon. Presently “in testing”, the new format Mustang will allow the car to be exported to more than 25 right-hand-drive markets around the world including the UK.

Ford engineers recently finished construction of the very first right-hand-drive Mustang. The sixth-generation of this vehicle.

Even though the United States is the largest market for Mustangs with more than 9.2 million sales since the car’s debut in 1964, over 161,000 Ford Mustangs have been sold outside of North America in that time.

As a fan, I would love to see more of these iconic cars cruising around the UK roads. Ever since seeing films like K9, and Gone In 60 Seconds, I’ve always had a soft-spot for the classic 1960’s Mustangs!


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Winning Winford Ford Cyclists!

Determined staff representing Winford Ford in Bristol successfully complete a 500 mile charity cycle ride from Bristol to Bordeaux!

We are happy to report that staff from our friends at Winford Ford in Bristol, recently completed a fantastic 500 mile charity cycle ride organised by Pedal For Props B2B.

The team of 60 cyclists in total from all across the South West completed the 500 mile bike ride from Bristol to Bordeaux in four days! The Winford Ford riders raising a fantastic £1625!

Chris Hazell from Winford Ford said: “A massive thank you to you all for your support. We rolled into Bordeaux on Saturday afternoon after four fantastic days riding. My initial target was to raise £1000 but thanks to your generosity the final total is £1625!”

In all the PEDAL FOR PROPS B2B 2014 has raised in excess of £60,000 for PROPS.

Myself and all the staff at WAS would like to congratulate Chris and his colleagues on a truly amazing achievement.