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Mustang 1964 1/2-1973 Restoration Guide

(Authentic Restoration Guide)
by Tom Corcoran, Earl Davis

This ultimate book of knowledge on Fords famous pony car has been updated to include three more years. The technical reference source for authentic restoration, judging parts and options originality, deciphering serial numbers and data plate codes. Packed with 1,000+ photos, this book covers all first-generation Mustangs, from the earliest 1964 1/2 and 1965 models up through 1973. The source for accurate restoration, assembly, refurbishing and show judging.


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Mustang: Interior Restoration Guide 1964 1/2 - 1970
by Arthur Trantafello, Art Trantafello

Step-by-step and stitch-by-stitch details on how to restore 1964 1/2 through 1970 Mustang interiors. Nearly 200 photographs and instructions cover seats, headliners, door panels, carpets and more.

 


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Mustang Restoration Handbook
by Don Taylor

Complete guide to restoring 1964 1/2 - 1970 Mustangs including hardtops, convertibles, GTs, fastbacks and Shelbys. Covers disassembly, reconditioning and reassembly with tips on brakes, wiring, suspension and detailing. Includes parts ID and how to buy a used Mustang.

 


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Mustang Restoration Tips and Techniques
by R. M. Clarket

Packed with hundreds of handy hints and nifty tricks to keep the classic collectible Mustangs looking sharp and running great. Every pre-1973 Mustang owner will enjoy these great articles compiled from Hot Rod magazine that show them how to do it right and save money.

 


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Mustang '64 1/2-'70 Restoration Guide
(Motorbooks International Authentic Restoration Guides)

by Tom Corcoran, Earl Davis (Contributor)


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The Best of Mustang Monthly Resto How to the Best Restoration, Parts, and How to Advice from America's Favorite Mustang magazine!
reprints of Mustang Monthly Articles!


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How to Restore Your Mustang: A Complete Step by Step Procedure Manual
by Larry Dobbs, et al


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Mustang & Mercury Cougar Restoration Resources

Recognized by dozens of magazines and car club newsletters as the easiest way to find parts for your old Mustang or Mercury Cougar. The book took several years to research and is the only one of its kind in the old car hobby. It covers all years, makes, and models of Mustang and Cougar. For several years, some of the largest parts suppliers in the country have been sending us people that they can't help. The books are used by professional parts locators and thousands of restorers across the country. It lists hundreds of specialty dealers supplying NOS, reproduction or used parts for just your car. There are thousands of listings which are organized to make finding your part easy. It includes separate sections for body, interior, trim, engine, rubber, suspension, and driveline which are then alphabetized by part. This will give you dozens of places that might carry the part you're looking for. There are also sections for companies that rebuild and restore parts, a state by state list of specialty salvage yards, and old car literature dealers. There are also sections for clubs, classic car insurance, appraisers, and transport companies. This book will save you time, money, and headache when searching for any part!


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Catalog of Mustang Id Numbers 1964 1/2-93

(Matching Number Series)

Essential for rigid restorers who seek true authenticity. This book of information includes exterior paint and interior trim samples, VINs, body plates, Protect-O-Plates, engine codes, transmission codes and casting numbers for blocks, heads, intake and more!


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Mustang & Ford Small Block V8, 1962-1969: Volumes 1 & 2 Combined


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Mustang Red Book 1964 1/2-2000

(Motorbooks International Red Book Series)
by Peter C. Sessler

If you own or are even thinking about buying a Mustang, you owe it to yourself to buy this book! Each chapter is devoted to a single model year putting all the facts at your fingertips - prices, options, production figures, serial numbers, engine codes, and more!


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Mustang, 5.0 & 4.6 : 1979-1998 (Muscle Car Color History)
by Matthew L. Stone

In 1979, Ford introduced its Fox chassised Mustang, and has since gone on to become one of the most popular Mustangs ever built. Here Matt Stone relates the history of the Mustang 5.0- and 4.6-liter cars from 1979 to 1998, including the first Fox-bodied cars, the birth of the GT, the sleeper LXs, and the wild SVT Cobras. An in-depth text discusses technical aspects, design evolution, company history, racing, and important designers, engineers, and racers associated with this popular series.


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Mustang 1964 1/2-1973
by Mike Mueller

Introduced in April 1964, the Ford Mustang was a masterpiece of design, performance, and marketing. Thanks largely to its sporty lines, a lack of competition from GM and Chrysler, and a list of options that could be tailored to everyone from street racer to family car buyers the Mustang has become the legacy it is today!


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Mustang, America's Favorite Pony Car
by John A. Gunnell

From highway patrol to Indy Pace Cars, this updated edition corrals all your favorites into a complete story of Mustang from the original Prototype up through today. The authors unveil the cloak of secrecy surrounding Mustang's early development, its racing and high-performance history, prototypes and specials, and the enormously popular 5.0 "litre of the pack". Contains an all-new 16-page color section and helpful buying tips. Includes specs, options, and production figures.


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Motorbooks International Illustrated Mustang Buyer's Guide
by Peter C. Sessler

The expanded, year-by-year, option-by-option second edition catalog of Mustangs from 1964 1/2. Now updated to include the new-generation Mustang and its offshoot, the Cobra, 1994s Indy 500 Pace Car.

 

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Mustang
by Jim Campisano

When the Mustang was introduced to the car-driving public on April 17, 1964, it was the right car at the right time: though marketed as a small, easily maneuverable, and affordable vehicle, the Mustang also had the longest options list of any production vehicle of the time and could be outfitted with some of the hairiest power plants available. This meant that car buyers of any stripe could purchase a Mustang perfectly suited to their needs. Launched in the Muscle Car era, the Mustang was a car for the ages. Written by the editor of Muscle Mustangs and Fast Fords magazine and illustrated throughout with high-octane full-color photography, this must-have book explores the incredible success of the Mustang, detailing its evolution from the bare-bones production car of its youth to the fuel-injected performance car of today.

 


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Modern Mustangs : Twenty Years of 5.0 Muscle
by Jim Campisano

Twenty Years of 5.0 Muscle. Based on Ford's "Fox" chassis and powered by a fuel-injected version of the same V8 engine that powered the original Mustang twenty-two years earlier, the new Ford models offer the best Mustang performance since the fire-breathing muscle models of the 1960s. This beautifully illustrated volume chronicles the evolution of the Mustang from 1979 to present, with an eye toward the next generation of ponycar power.


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Mustang
by Randy Leffingwell

Mustang follows the evolution of one of the worlds most beloved cars from its earliest pre-prototype days through the latest generation, debuted in 1994. Leffingwells extensively researched text offers an inside look at the engineering, design, corporate


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Shelby Mustang
by Tom Corcoran

A sensational history of the mighty Shelby Mustangs, from the raw 65s to the muscular 70s. All the inside details of development, production and special features - plus over 70 color shots of the best Shelby Mustangs around. Street and strip, stock and modified!

 

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Shelby Cobra/the Shelby American Original Color Archives 1962-1965
by Dave Friedman

A collection of more than 270 photographs, brochures, race programs, posters and Shelby memorabilia that tells the inside story of how the Shelby team built its production cars and went racing.  This book is a great source for photographs of the Shelby Cobra.

 


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Mustang 1964 1/2-1968
by Tom Corcoran

A vivid photographic history of Americas original ponycar. Page after page of meticulously restored Mustangs including some exceptional, original-condition Mustangs. Excellent examples for finding the right finishing touches for your restoration.


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Ford Mustang
by Mike Mueller

Full-color coverage of the ever-popular Ford Mustang from inception to today's high performance Mustangs. Original color photography highlights the history, technical development, and marketing of this famous American icon.


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Mustang: The Next Generation

Not since the Model T has an automobile captured the hearts of Americans like the Ford Mustang. Finally, here is a book that depicts the 30-year history, the technology, and the passion of the men and women who made the Mustang what it is today!


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SVT Mustang Cobra Recognition Guide 1993-2000

All the information necessary to determine the authenticity and originality of your SVT Mustang Cobra. This year-by-year guide spotlights Ford's Special Vehicle Team Mustang Cobra, and delivers the Cobra's development history, specs, and production figures!


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Boss & Cobra Jet Mustangs: 302, 351, 428 and 429
by John Craft

Forget the Judge, here is the Boss! This muscular work features a variety of detailed interviews with Boss and Cobra Jet designers and engineers, and includes valuable race histories and an informative text on restoration and authenticity.


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Mustang Milestones
by David Newhardt

 


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Original Mustang 1964 1/2-1966
by Colin P. Date

The first generation Mustangs are the most coveted and collectible of all Mustangs. Original Mustang 1964 1/2 - 1966 will help you restore your Mustang to 100% originality with the aid of exceptionally crisp color photographs that guide you step-by-step through the entire process. Serial and engine numbers, paint codes, trim, options, and technical tips presented are invaluable aids for do-it-yourself restorers. Colin Date's expert techniques help you avoid the pitfalls that often ruin an otherwise successful restoration project.

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