The Complete Book of Mustang

The Complete Book of Mustang

Every Model Since 1964 1/2

Book - 2007
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Photographs and text offer a year-by-year overview of every model of the Ford Mustang that has been released since 1964, with information on each model's body, engine, specifications, and notable features.

Mbi Pub Co

Ford's Mustang is the most iconic pony car. This lavishly illustrated work conducts readers through the Mustang's forty-plus years of continuous production--a rich and varied history unmatched in the automotive world.

An exhaustive review of American high performance, from the first six-cylindered ’Stang of 1964 1/2 through today's fire-breathing, world-beating Mustang, The Complete Book of Mustang offers an in-depth look at the prototypes and experimental models, the anniversary and pace cars, and the specialty packages for street and competition driving that have made the Mustang a living automotive legend. With extensive details, specs, and photographic coverage, this book is the ultimate resource on America’s favorite pony car.


This lavishly illustrated work conducts readers through the Mustang's forty-plus years of continuous production--a rich and varied history unmatched in the automotive world.



Publisher: St. Paul : MBI Pub., 2007
ISBN: 0760328382 (hardbound w/ jacket)
9780760328385 (hardbound w/ jacket)
Branch Call Number: 629.2222 MUE
Characteristics: 348 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 32 cm

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beckz Aug 28, 2008

If you own, ever owned, or always dreamed of owning a Mustang...don't tell my brother he is getting this for Christmas!

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