After thousands of entries and months of anticipation, AMSOIL is excited to announce the winner of the Devoted to Protection Sweepstakes. Without further ado, let’s take a look at the moment George E. out of Detroit became the proud new owner of a custom 1972 Mustang Mach 1 courtesy of AMSOIL.
SEMA is a less than a month out, and we here at AMSOIL are gearing up for one of our most exciting appearances yet. In a show of this magnitude, companies pull out all the stops in causing a splash and cutting through all the noise generated by every heavy-hitter within the specialty automotive industry.
June has arrived, signaling the unofficial launch of summer and the car show season. AMSOIL is gearing up for another appearance in Carlisle, Pa. for the Carlisle Ford Nationals and it promises to be a great weekend. With over 3,000 Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles on display there will be plenty to see and do
Jim Smart is a former editor of several Mustang magazines who continues to write for enthusiast publications. His long-time history with Mustangs made us eager to learn what his own personal favorite looked like. He replied: “My favorite Mustang is 1967 in all its forms, including Shelby GT350 and GT500. That year Ford changed the
AMSOIL is the Official Oil of Carlisle Events, a series of car shows that draws out automotive enthusiasts of all makes and models. The AMSOIL booth display typically hosts show-stopping vehicles at each event that turn heads, even among a sea of worthy competitors. For the upcoming Carlisle Ford Nationals in early June, this heavily
Though the first Mustang I prototype debuted in October 1962 at the United States Grand Prix in Watkins Glen, N.Y., the official “birthday” of the Mustang has been long heralded as the day it premiered at the opening of the New York World’s Fair in April 17, 1964. Lee Iacocca’s April 16 advertising blitz and