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Music Video: Martina McBride – When God Fearin’ Women Get The Blues

Music Video: Paul Brandt – The Highway Patrol

Music Video: Kelly Clarkson – Go

Posted by popular request from our membership, here is Kelly Clarkson’s music video for her song “Go”.

Feature Car of the Month: 1968 Shelby GT350

2010 All Ford Show Winner – Steve Henderson

First Place in Class: Best Shelby (sponsored by A&W West Kelowna)

Mustang Police Chase

Feature Car of the Month: Ford F150 E/C Stage 2 Roush

Okanagan Mustangs and Fords Club Member – Rick Slaughter

In 2002 my wife and I had order a new car from Key West Ford in Newestminster. When we arrived to pickup her new car, sitting in the showroom was a new Bright red 2002 Ford F150 e/c Stage 2 Roush edition. I sat in it and said to my wife, MAN!! WOULD I LIKE TO HAVE A JACK ROUSH BUILT TRUCK!! My wife replied!! GET OUT OF THERE, YOU HAVE ENOUGH TOYS!!!!! [Read more…]

Feature Car of the Month: 1969 Mustang Mach 1

Okanagan Mustangs and Fords Club Member – Bruce and Ingrid Duncan

My car is a 1969 Mustang Mach 1 – 428 super cobra jet, radio delete, 68,000 original mile, numbers matching vehicle. The mustang was owned by my friend since 1971. It was in pretty rough condition after sitting in storage for twenty plus years. [Read more…]

Feature Car of the Month: 1966 Mustang GT Coupe

Okanagan Mustangs and Fords Club Members – Donna and George Leggett

This is the Mustang that I bought at Medicine Hat, Alberta. I remember my wife, Donna, and I going into the Ford dealership and picking out the model, color and options. [Read more…]

Feature Car of the Month: 1971 Mustang Boss 351 Clone

Okanagan Mustangs and Fords Club Member – Richard Tremblay

In 1971 Fords reign of “Total Performance” was rapidly drawing to a close, but something was still kicking in its muscle car stall: the 1971 Ford Mustang Boss 351.

Based on the redesigned Mustang Sports Roof the new Boss was built to qualify a Trans Am counterpart, a purpose rendered moot by Ford’s late-1970 retirement from most forms of organized racing. The upside was that the Boss 351 was probably the only 1971 performance car with a genuine competition-grade engine. [Read more…]