Issue 21 Tech: Troubleshooting Instruments

Fixing the flow of electricity to ground. Story and photography by Jim Smart Your Mustang’s instrument panel is probably one of the most trouble-fr...

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Issue 21 Feature: The Farr Files

’66 Shelby GT350. The Had-Core hot rod gets a softer edge. Story by Donald Farr Photography by David Newhardt, courtesy of Mecum Auctions Carrol...

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Issue 21 Feature: California-Styled Sprint

Victor Sarguis’ ’72 Mustang coupe goes mod. Story and Photography by Nelson Cardadeiro Ford’s Sprint option goes back a ways, to 1966. ...

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Issue 21 Tech: Troubleshooting Instruments

trouble shooting instruments

Fixing the flow of electricity to ground. Story and photography by Jim Smart Your Mustang’s instrument panel is probably one of the most trouble-free components there is — at least until something goes wrong. Turn the key and the needles either don’t respond or peg. Perhaps your temperature gauge wanders and you don’t know if your engine is overheating or too cold....+

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Issue 21 Feature: Purity of Purpose

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story and photography by Tom Shaw   It’s tradition—the young bride wears white. It’s a symbol of fidelity, of purity. So it’s fitting that white is the color of Phil Florio’s ’64½ Mustang. It’s pure of design, of intent, of message, of purpose. It’s pure Mustang spirit. Phil was a young car enthusiast in the New...+

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Issue 21 Feature: The Farr Files

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’66 Shelby GT350. The Had-Core hot rod gets a softer edge. Story by Donald Farr Photography by David Newhardt, courtesy of Mecum Auctions Carroll Shelby only wanted to race. In 1962, after a heart problem forced him out of the driver’s seat, the almost 40-year-old Texan fulfilled a life-long dream by developing his own sports car, the Cobra, an...+

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Issue 21 Feature: California-Styled Sprint

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Victor Sarguis’ ’72 Mustang coupe goes mod. Story and Photography by Nelson Cardadeiro Ford’s Sprint option goes back a ways, to 1966. The Sprint package disappeared for a few years, but returned for 1972 with a bang. In late February 1972, Ford reintroduced the Mustang Sprint as a bold, patriotic appearance option tied in to the 1972 Olympics. Available on the...+

Issue 21 Tech: Diagnostic detectives.

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The case of the errant current. Story by Tom Shaw When your tire is flat, you know what to do. When your gasket leaks, you know what to do. When your electrical system goes wonky, working right sometimes and sometimes not, the remedy is not always obvious. When the individual components check out good, but the system doesn’t work, what do...+

Issue 21 Feature: The taste of Texas

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A driving quest for the lone star state’s super seven BBQ spots. Story and Photography by Jim Kreuz  The unforgettable aroma draws long lines of customers stretching out the door, shifting their taste buds into overdrive. We’re talking BBQ — smokin’ meat over a hardwood fire.  It’s what Texans are most proud of. Not football, not the Alamo. We spent two days...+

ISSUE 20 FEATURE: FIRST AND LAST BOSS

20 First Last Boss

Things were humming along at Ford in the summer of 1970. Marketing plans were in their final stages. The path of performance established by Ford President Bunkie Knudsen was continuing on with a powerful lineup of new performance cars. Story and Photography by Tom Shaw....+

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ISSUE 20 FEATURE: A DAY IN PARADISE

20 A Day In Paradise

Cruisin’ coastal Florida in the ultimate mega-Mustang – a ’69 428SCJ Mach 1. If you were to dream up the perfect day, it might well look a lot like Ed Palmer’s daily routine. Living on Florida’s beautiful barrier island just south of Cocoa Beach and a stone’s throw from the Atlantic is a good start,...+

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