Issue 23 Feature: Super Coupe

Bill Kenlunkamp’s ’71 Special Value hardtop packs a powerful punch That left an opening. Bill needed something he could drive and enjoy,...

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Issue 23 Feature: Beauty by the Bay

Gene Giambona’s Bullitt Tribute ’68 coupe story and photography by Nelson Cardadeiro Nothing in cinematic history compares to the Highland Green...

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Issue 23: Major Makeover

A study in contrasts, the powerful Boss 429 has also become Mustangs’ major market muscle photography by David Newhardt   Funny, sometimes life...

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1965 GT350 – THE LEGEND BEGINS

Jim Wick’s original-recipe Shelby • story and photography by Tom Shaw   As if the original Mustang wasn’t already a smashing success...

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Issue 23 Feature: Super Coupe

1971 Torino 500 Brougham 429

Bill Kenlunkamp’s ’71 Special Value hardtop packs a powerful punch That left an opening. Bill needed something he could drive and enjoy, and race at the Pure Stock Drags. He liked that 429 engine family and was looking for something that would go a little faster than the big Torino, which he eventually worked down to an impressive 14.14 elapsed...+

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Issue 23 Feature: Beauty by the Bay

Gene Giambona’s Bullitt Tribute ’68 coupe story and photography by Nelson Cardadeiro Nothing in cinematic history compares to the Highland Green ’68 Mustang fastback tearing up the streets of San Francisco in the movie Bullitt. Nearly half a century later, the green pony car is still an untouchable icon. Steve McQueen was a mega-star in the 1960s and...+

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Issue 23: Major Makeover

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A study in contrasts, the powerful Boss 429 has also become Mustangs’ major market muscle photography by David Newhardt   Funny, sometimes life ignores the incredible, and other times it fixates on it. Sometimes it does both. When it was new, the Boss 429 was passed over like a cold sore at a frat party....+

1965 GT350 – THE LEGEND BEGINS

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Jim Wick’s original-recipe Shelby • story and photography by Tom Shaw   As if the original Mustang wasn’t already a smashing success, Ford had, in a matter of months, added the GT, High-Performance 289, and fastback. But another very powerful version of the Mustang was about to arrive, adding anelectrifying jolt to Mustang’s already incredible presence. The growing list of...+

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Issue 23 Feature: Swan Song Shelby

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JERRY AND MAVIS REGYNSKI DIDN’T HAVE TO GO FAR TO FIND THEIR RARE GRABBER YELLOW GT500 — IT CAME TO THEM Story & photography by Tom Shaw   People knew that Jerry Regynski was the guy to see about old Shelbys. He and his wife, Mavis, were well known as operators of Telstar Motors in...+

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Issue 22 Feature: Lovable Lowball

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Meet Kermit – Dan Jensen’s $2,721 Cut-Rate ’70 Coupe Story & Photography by Tom Shaw Guys with marketing degrees have lots of names for the item with the drastically low price — loss leaders, traffic builders, doorbusters, bait. Its job is to grab attention with a sensational headline, pull people into the dealership with hopes of scoring a nice...+

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Issue 22 Tech: Early Mustang Rearend Reissue

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Story by Tom Shaw and Brian Shephard In with a new, zero-mile rear axle from Currie Enterprises Unless it’s making ugly noises or leaking a lot of grease, the rear axle gets almost no attention. It’s probably the most overlooked and underappreciated part of a car. Usually the axle just goes and goes, mile after mile,...+

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Issue 22 Feature: Fayetteville Frolic

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Winding the Arkansas Ozarks Story by Jim Kreuz Photography by Jim Kreuz, Hannah Way, and Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism   Holding Third gear, I’m watching the tach sweep clockwise while accelerating into a rising switchback cutting through the wooded hills of Highway 16, deep in the Ozarks of northwest Arkansas. This is the kind of road...+

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Issue 22 How-To: Eastwood’s 2K Aero-Spray

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Story by Tom Shaw Clever packaging brings catalyzed, hardened paint to the rattle can. There are two kinds of restorers: those who mix their paints and shoot them out of a cup gun, and those who stick to aerosol cans. The first group has much more control over their painting, but with that control comes large, noisy air compressors;...+

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Issue 22 Feature: Best of the Bosses

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With the Boss 351 Mustang, Ford saved the best for last Story by Donald Farr Photography by Steve Statham There was a lot going on at Ford Motor Company in the summer of 1970. In the Trans-Am racing series, the Boss 302s driven by Parnelli Jones and George Follmer were locked in a championship battle with Mark Donahue’s Javelin. At...+

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