I photographed this super clean Cobra Jet clone owned by Brent Calvert quite a while ago, and it’s finally been published in the August 2013 issue of Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords. You can view the full article below.
Every year 5.0 Mustang & Super Fords publishes a special performance issue with a specific theme. This year was “Budget Builds” and one of the Mustangs is this 2011 Ford Mustang GT I photographed for the issue. Truthfully, it doesn’t fit the theme that well since the owner has dumped a ton of money into the car, but it has a subtle look that somewhat worked. The fairly stock exterior hides a beast of an engine – the 5.0L V8 produces 522 rwhp all naturally aspirated, which might be the most of any 2011+ Mustang out there.
While the car didn’t make it on the cover, I thought the photos turned out great in the magazine. You can see the full article below.
You probably don’t take that much interest in the cars of your company. As long as they get your employees from A to B, what’s the difference right? Wrong, your company car can have a huge impact on your business and the potential profits you could gain.
It could be seen as a vital factor, determining whether or not your business is successful. If you think that’s an exaggeration, we wouldn’t blame you. How could the cars your employees drive affect your business this much? You’re about to find out.
Perhaps the main reason the cars your employees drive are so important is because they give you a chance to impress clients. Clients, who could, if they sign up for your business, take your company to the next level.
But they’ll only do this if they think that your business is successful. One way to demonstrate business success to make sure that your employees are driving around in the best cars. These cars should be stylish and appealing. Find out the best transportation vehicles at Taylor & Martin Buy Now.
When they pull up outside an office, you want people to notice. Now, you should be starting to see why the company car is so important. But it’s not the only reason.
An incentive for excellence
If you’re thinking about how to get the best employees working for your business, a company car could be the answer. Imagine; you’re interviewing an employee you want. You can tell them they’d be driving a BMW with your business. Bought and paid for, by you.
We have the misconception that business interviews are all about impressing the business owner. But if you’re interviewing an employee with an impressive resume you might find yourself encouraging them to work for you.
The right company car could help you do this. Arranging cars for your business used to be complex. But now Visa To Drive is making things easy for you, providing all the documentation you’ll need.
As already mentioned, appearance in the business world is everything. If you want to your business to be a success, then you have to create the right image for your company. One of the most important things customers are looking for is eco-efficiency.
It’s becoming more important than ever to show your company is green and cares about the environment. If you supply company cars, you can make sure your employees are driving hybrids. Is there any better symbol for a business that has raced into the modern age?
A cheaper deal
Lastly, choosing the right company car could make your business cheaper to run. If you buy a fleet of business vehicles, you’ll be able to get them at a discounted price. You will also be able to get all the servicing thrown in to keep these cars on the road.
That means you can make sure your employees always have the transportation they need at a low cost. But you can only ensure this if you pick the right company car for your business.
The V6-powered Ford Mustang has always been thought of as a secretary’s car or a rental car, but this 2013 model with the Performance Package was actually a blast to drive. It photographed really well too. You can see the full gallery over at Autoblog.com.
The August issue of 5.0 Mustang & Super Fords was released today, and I was happy to see my photo of TruFiber’s supercharged 2013 Mustang GT on the cover. It’s the third issue this year that I’ve been featured on the cover of the magazine.
I’m sure part of the reason it’s on the cover is the “Gotta Have It Green” paint color, but I’d like to think my photography played a part in that as well. The lighting was simply perfect for the photoshoot.
You can see the full article below.