Ford Mustang car books cover the history and development of the Mustang plus restoration, manuals and brochures.
The Ford Mustang is an automobile manufactured by the Ford Motor Company in 1964.
Ford Mustang V8 1965-71 Autobook by Kenneth Ball (1972). Owner's workshop manual for 8 Mustang V8 engines from 1965-1973.
Mustang 1979-2004 Buyer's Guide by Brad Bowling (2004) will help you sort out the myriad differences over the past 25 years and ensure you buy the best car possible.
Mustang Field Guide: 1964-2005 by Brad Bowling (2005). This easy-to-follow guide includes performance data, historical details and available options for Boss, Shelby, Cobra, Saleen and more. This handy reference is a must have for any Mustang enthusiast and collector.
Mustang Special Editions by Brad Bowling (2006). Mustang fans get all the historical, production and technical details they need for collecting, restoring and appreciating yesterday and today's hottest performance car, in this exciting new guide.
Standard Catalog Of Mustang 1964-2001 by Brad Bowling (2002). Everything the Mustang owner, restorer or potential buyer is looking for is here, including identification data, engine and chassis specs, original factory prices, body types and their numbers and model production totals.
Standard Catalog Of Mustang 1964-2004: Celebrating Mustang's 40th Anniversary by Brad Bowling (2005). With updated pricing and thorough coverage of all 1964-2004 models, this comprehensive second edition is the perfect reference for devotees of the pony car legend. Everything the Mustang enthusiast needs is here, including VIN decoding, identification data, engine and chassis specs, original factory prices, body types and their numbers and model production totals. Special sections feature Saleen and Shelby models, Mustang racing, Indy pace cars, prototypes and more.
The Saleen Book: 20 Years Of Saleen Mustangs And Owners Registry 1984-2003 by Brad Bowling (2004)
Ford Mustang by Lisa Bullard (2007)
Catalog Of Mustang ID Numbers 1964 - 1993 by Cars & Parts Magazine (1993). Deciphering trim codes, verifying vehicle identification numbers (VIN), interpreting body codes and authenticating engine numbers will become a much easier process with this guide. Volume includes a full colour section on exterior paint colours and interior trim fabrics. Information contained in the Catalog of Mustang ID Numbers 1964-93 was compiled from a variety of sources including original manufacturers catalogs and official shop manuals.
Shelby Mustang Muscle Portfolio 1965-1970 by R M Clarke (1992). A guide to these classic automobiles, with informative text and good black & white photo illustrations.
Mustang 5.0L Muscle Portfolio, 1982-93 by R M Clarke (1998) is a book of contemporary road and comparison tests, specification and technical data, new model introductions, car conversions. Models covered include: 5.0LGT, convertible, Saleen Signature, Project 514, Saleen Mustang, Kaufmann Mustang, JBA/Saleen Mustang, Saleen SSC, LX 5.0L, Saleen SB/S, NOS/Saleen, Mustang SC, Mustang Cobra and Mach III.
Ford Mustang 1967-1973 by R M Clarke (1981)
Road And Track Ford Mustang Portfolio 1994-2002 by R M Clarke (2003) includes valuable information for 1994-2002 Mustang owners and enthusiasts, offering them a comprehensive compilation of road test reports, model introductions, comparisons, performance data, styling analysis, specifications and owner survey.
Ford Mustang 1964-1967 by R M Clarke (1980)
Mustang Restoration Tips & Techniques by R M Clarke (1987). 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.
The Mustang Dynasty by John Clor (2007) presents the full story behind every model, from the original 1964 pony car to the heralded 2007 Shelby GT500 and beyond. In addition to 150 photographs, this exclusive package features 15 removable artifacts, including reproductions of a 1965 driver's manual, a 1979 Official Indy Pace Car bumper sticker, a 2003 Mach 1 logo patch, and a wide array of other Mustang treasures.
Shelby Mustang by Tom Corcoran (1992). 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 colour shots of the best Shelby Mustangs around. Street and strip, stock and high-performance, the Hertz cars and more. The complete history of the Shelby Mustangs by the editor of Mustang Monthly.
Mustang 1964 1/2 - 73 Restoration Guide by Tom Corcoran (1999). A technical reference source for an authentic restoration, judging parts and options originality and deciphering serial numbers and data plate codes. Packed with over 1,000 photos, this book covers all first-generation Mustangs, from the earliest 1964 1/2 and 1965 models up through 1973.
Mustang 1964 1/2 - 1968 by Tom Corcoran (1994). A vivid photographic history of America's original pony car.
Mustang Collectibles by Bill Coulter (2002) In the years of the Ford Mustang's existence, fans and owners of their legendary pony car have collected anything that bears the symbol or likeness of a Mustang. A wealth of collectibles is featured here, from die cast cars and model kits to dinnerware, jewelry, beer and Christmas ornaments. Includes price guide.
Ultimate Mustang by Patrick Covert (2001) traces every aspect of one of the automobile industry's most fascinating stories, from its concept car beginning to the debut of America's first affordable sports car and beyond
Boss And Cobra Jet Mustangs: 302, 351, 428 And 429 by John Craft (1996) 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.
Mustang: Ford's Wild Pony by Linda Craven (1993) gives a brief history of the Mustang automobile and describes its special features and classic models.
Original Mustang 1967-1970 by Colin Date (2006) provides factory correct information from start to finish for every Mustang produced from 1967 to 1970. All the data on the original cars production runs, serial and engine numbers, paint codes, trim, options and technical tips make this guide a must for the do-it-yourself restorer and an invaluable resource for the collector keen to know exactly what a particular model looked like when it rolled off the assembly line.
101 Projects For Your 1964 1/2 - 1973 Mustang by Earl Davis (2003) is broken out into projects that concentrate on specific aspects of the car, including engine, drivetrain, chassis, suspension and steering, brakes, wheels and tires, body and interior.
Mustang Legends: The Power, The Performance, The Passion by Peter Egan (2004) contains stories about all models of Mustangs from the Boss to the Mach 1; from the Shelby to the Saleen, from well-known Mustang historians and journalists, such as Peter Egan, Allan Girdler, Brad Bowling, and Jerry Heasley, as well as everyday Mustang fans. The text is complemented by the artwork of artists such as Ken Bash, current and archival photos, old ads and car magazine covers and movie and TV memorabilia.
Mustang 5.0 Performance Projects by Huw Evans (2004) is a comprehensive guide to refurbishing and modifying the 5L Mustang, covering the engine, suspension, driveline, interior and exterior of the car.
Mustang: America's Favorite Pony Car by John Gunnell (2001). From highway patrol to Indy Pace Cars, GTs and Shelby-Cobras to Mach 1's, Mustang lovers will corral all their favourites in this comprehensive look at the pony car legend.
The Ford Mustang 1964 1973 by Jerry Heasley (1979)
Mustang Chronicle: The Complete Illustrated Story Of Ford's Fabulous Ponycar by Jerry Heasley (1995). An authoritative history of the Ford Mustang from the car's genesis to 1999. Includes rare styling studies and prototypes showing every Mustang model and many that never made it into production.
Mustang 5.0 Projects: Performance And Upgrade How-To's For 1979-1995 5.0 Mustangs by Mark Houlahan (1997) includes in-depth instructions on: engine tech, exhaust, fuel systems, manual and automatic transmissions, suspension, interior, body and exterior, nitrous and supercharging, and much more.
Build Book #5: 1967 Ford Mustang by Scott Killeen (2007) covers a 1967 Ford Mustang called 'Reactor' built by the Ring brothers.
The Official Ford Mustang 5.0: Technical Reference And Performance Handbook: 1979 Through 1993 by Al Kirschenbaum (2000). The number-one data source for V-8 Ford Mustang and Mercury Capri owners.
Ford Mustang: The Original Muscle Car by Randy Leffingwell (2003)
Mustang Forty Years by Randy Leffingwell (2005). Through 40 years of tough competition from Chrysler and General Motors, the Mustang has survived and outlasted them all. Dozens of interviews bring insight to the 40-year-old story, the on-going legend and the Mustang's future.
Shelby Mustang: Racer For The Street by Randy Leffingwell (2005) traces the Shelby Mustang story from the early Shelby America cars built in a converted airplane hangar in Southern California to the 2006 version of the new Mustang.
Project Mustang: The Step-By-Step Restoration Of A Popular Vintage Car by Larry Lyles (2007). A ground-up restoration of a 1968 Ford Mustang - a process that can be adapted to any vintage Mustang pony car from that nameplate's golden era.
Mustang Performance Handbook by William Mathis (1994). The most comprehensive resource available on how to modify the third-generation Mustang for all levels of performance, from mild street to amateur drag racing and road racing. Modifications range from simple bolt-ons to all-out chassis construction.
Ford Mustang 1965-70: Hardtop, Convertible, Fastback 6 & V8 by F Wilson McComb (1983) reviews the very beginnings of the cars, traces their detail development, discusses early competition successes and concludes with numerous contemporary driving impressions.
The Story Of The Ford Mustang by Jim Mezzanotte (2005)
Mustang Does It! An Illustrated History by Ray Miller (1978). The factors that made the original Mustang the outstanding popular choice that it became in the 1960's remain effective today. Less than a dozen years later they inspired collectors to seek out the more desirable models. The price of early convertibles and slant-backs rose sharply until today when virtually all of the early Mustangs have joined the ranks of those outstanding collectible automobiles of earlier years.
Ford Mustang by Mike Mueller (1995). A full-colour gallery of Ford's famous Mustangs from 1964 to present.
The Complete Book of Mustang: Every Model Since 1964 by Mike Mueller (2007) 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.
Mustang 1964 1/2 - 1973 by Mike Mueller (2008) tells the Mustang's story from its design and 1964 introduction up to 1973, when an era ended as the down-sized 1974 Mustang II made its debut. It's an intriguing tale of an American performance icon, the people that created it, and the marketing machine that drove its success. It's a story that every Mustang fan must own.
Mustang 1964 1/2 - 1973 by David Newhardt (2003) covers the gamut of collectible Mustangs during the production years of 1964 1/2 through to 1973. Shelby, Mach 1, Boss and other standard models are explored through colour and black-and-white photos, featuring authentic archived photos, promotional materials of the time and brilliant colour photography of exquisite restorations.
Ford Mustang II Cobra Turbo Pace Car Second & Third Stages Ponycar Revolution by M L Schorr (1979)
Road & Track Guide To The 1994 Ford Mustang by R Sessions (1994)
Ford Mustang Buyer's And Restoration Guide by Peter Sessler (2006). From the first Mustang in 1964, which some consider a 1964-1/2 model year, others a 1965 model, to the latest 2006 model, this book provides a buyer's guide for each and every year. Chapters on restoration are also included, covering engine, drivetrain, bodywork, interior and detailing.
Mustang Red Book 1964 1/2 - 2000 by Peter Sessler (2000). This information-packed pocketbook features production numbers, factory colours, options, specifications, engine codes, serial numbers and photographs of the cars discussed. Plus, a handy trim-size makes it perfect for spot checks.
Mustang 5.0 And 4.6 1979-1998 by Matt Stone (1998). The history of the Mustang 5.0- and 4.6 litre 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.
Ford Mustang by William Stone (1966). This booklet is a comprehensive description including black and white photographs.
Mustang Restoration Handbook by Don Taylor (1987). Section by section, this guide will show you how to restore your 1965-70 Mustang to like-new condition. Packed with dozens of identification charts and more than 450 photos and drawings. The guide covers year-by-year equipment changes and disassembly and assembly. A Mustang suppliers list is a bonus.
High-Performance Ford Mustang Buyer's Guide 1979-Present by Travis Thompson (2006)
How To Tune & Modify Your Ford 5.0-Liter Mustang 1979-1995 by Steve Turner (1999). Thorough and straightforward explanations combine with 300 no-nonsense black-and-white photographs to guide the reader through absolutely every aspect of 5.0 Mustang performance modifications.
Ford Mustang: Colour, Data and Detail On America's Famous Ponycar by Andy Willsheer & Bob McClurg (1993)
Shelby: The Man, The Cars, The Legend by Wallace Wyss (2007) goes back into Shelbys history in racing, the beginnings of the Cobra, the Daytona, the 427 Cobra, Fords battle for LeMans, the front drive Shelby Dodges, the infamous Series I, Shelbys participation in the development of the Viper, his quarter century-long running battle with the army of Cobra clonesters and much more.
Cobra And Shelby Mustang 1962-2007 Photo Archive: Including Prototypes And Clones by Wallace Wyss (2007) shows not only the originals, but also shows in detail the creativity shown by replica Shelby and Cobra owners in modifying their cars in an attempt to capture the spirit of the originals. Not left out are the replica Cobras and Shelbys sold by Shelby himself.
Shelby's Wildlife: The Cobras And Mustangs by Wallace Wyss (1997). A detailed account of Carroll Shelby's high performance car designs - the legendary AC Cobras and Shelby Mustangs.
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