Best Road Trips

Best Road Trips to Take in Your Mustang

Best Road Trips

Go For a Fun Ride In Your Mustang

Taking to the road on a summer adventure is best done behind a performance-driven muscle car like the 2017 Ford Mustang. The Mustang’s responsive steering and agile handling make it a thrill to drive for hours on end. Here are some of the best road trips you can take in your Mustang from us here at Packey Webb Ford!

The Ozarks

Located in Arkansas, the Ozarks are one of the most scenic areas in the nation. Rugged mountains, rushing waters, and moonlight are just a few of the natural settings that the area has to offer. Fall brings a palette of colors you’ll struggle to find anywhere else. Hop in your Ford Mustang and prepare for the summer adventure of a lifetime!

Cape Cod

Massachusetts is home to many things, but Cape Cod stands as a beacon of light among them. Speaking of beacons of light, the area is home to the Nobska Point Lighthouse. The Cape Cod National Seashore features miles of beaches, cliffs, and dunes designed for those who are feeling adventurous this summer!

Brandywine Valley

Brandywine Valley, Pennsylvania is home to the Longwood Gardens. Visitors will enjoy the fresh air as they travel through 1,050 acres of indoor and outdoor gardens and woodland. Fountain displays attract visitors from around the country, making Brandywine Valley a must-see location!

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Stunning 900-Horsepower Bisimoto Ford Mustang on Display at SEMA

MustangFord recently won three historic titles at the SEMA Show – Hottest Car, Hottest Sport-Compact, and Hottest Truck – making the automaker the first ever to earn all three honors in a single year.

Specifically, the Hottest Car title went to the Ford Mustang, which had a huge presence at SEMA with eight different custom Mustangs on display, including our favorite: the 900-horsepower Bisimoto Ford Mustang.

Bisimoto Engineering constructed this monstrous Mustang with 14 unique parts for the chassis and EcoBoost engine, earning the nickname of “BisiBoost” Mustang. Aesthetically, this striking vehicle is black from almost head to toe, with dark red accents.

Of course, the Bisimoto Mustang was just one of Ford’s stunning Mustang models, which combined could produce up to 4,000 horsepower. No wonder the Mustang was named Hottest Car at the show!

You can check out the Bisimoto Ford Mustang here on YouTube, as well as the other “Hottest Car” Mustang models from SEMA. And to check out a commercial Mustang, visit us at Packey Webb Ford.