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The Complete Book of Ford Mustang: Every Model Since 1964 1/2 (Complete Book Series) Hardcover – July 1, 2015
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Ford teased sports car fans in 1962 with a two-seat Mustang
prototype. The name became 'Mustang I' in 1963 after the Mustang II show car was unveiled. Standing left to right are engineering vice president Herb Misch and design chief Gene Bordinat. Chassis engineer Roy Lunn is at the wheel.
Built by Holman-Moody in Charlotte, North
Carolina, this special
Mustang was created in
1965 for NHRA drag racing’s
new Factory Experimental
(FX) class. Beneath that
bubbled hood is a 427-ci
SOHC V-8. Mike Mueller
Shelby’s plan from the get-go was to build competition cars, and his first GT350 was more or less that: right out of the box, it was ready to race. GT350 production for 1965 was 561. All were painted white.
The Grabber SportsRoof was introduced for 1970 wearing C-stripes reminiscent of the Boss 302’s bodyside adornments. The hubcaps and trim rings also were part of the deal.
The functional hood scoop that came standard on the 1969 Boss 429 was the largest ever installed on a Mustang. The chin spoiler was standard too. It differed
slightly from the Boss 302 unit due to the Boss 429 Mustang’s lower stance.
The supreme Mach 1 for 1971 was fitted with the optional 429 Cobra Jet V-8, which came with or without a functional Ram-Air hood. Mandatory options for the 1971 Cobra Jet Mach 1 included power front disc brakes, Competition Suspension, and fat F70 rubber. F60 Wide Oval tires were optional. Mike Mueller
Sixteen-inch alloy wheels became standard for base V-6 Mustangs in 2002. Base pricing began at $17,475 that year.
Not to be confused with the 50 Year appearance package offered for both EcoBoost Premium and GT Premium models in 2015, the 50 Year Limited Edition Mustang was a fully optioned, fully
trimmed GT fastback offered in small numbers (as its name implied) in the fall of 2014. Only 1,964 were built, in honor of the year the Mustang was born. One 50 Year Limited Edition GT convertible also was built for a charity raffle.
The year 1964 saw the introduction of an �entirely new brand of automobile,� the ever-popular Mustang, from the Ford Motor Corporation, which quickly achieved the rank of living legend. The Mustang�s more than 40 years of continuous production is followed here in a splendid oversize book (updated from its original 2007 publication) appearing in cooperation with Ford and drawing on photos from the corporate archives. And the photos are ample indeed! Together with the detailed text�the main narrative is augmented by frequent sidebars�the result is a year-by-year (from model year 1964 to model year 2011) profile of Mustang in all its variants, from show cars to pace cars to prototypes to, of course, regular production models. The reader-enthusiast learns all about body styles, engine features and functions, and commercial reception, but the underlying strength of the Pony Car was always its mass appeal. --Brad Hooper --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
“As a photographic history of the legendary Mustang, this book is truly stunning in its scope and depth. Add concise, detailed text and you have a complete history of this legendary marquee’s evolution through 2007 … If you have questions about the Mustang and cannot find the answer in the extensive index, the well-researched appendix or in these pages then there is a very good chance you were thinking of Camaro.”
Car Collector Magazine, December 2007
Muscle Car Enthusiast, December 2007
“Mueller isn’t kidding about the ‘complete’ part. It’s an easy read, structured in a digestible format.”
Mustang Monthly, December 2007
“For his latest project,
Hotrod & Restoration, November 2007
“Offers an in-depth look at the prototypes, pace cars and the specialty pages for street and competition driving that have made the Mustang a legend.”
“The photography in the Mustang book is gorgeous, with plenty of color shots of each year’s models and lots of archival material … What I liked about ‘The Complete Book of Mustang’ was the highly readable writing and the inclusion of so many contemporary reviews of these cars … It’s well worth owning.”
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Every year is dealt with and the photographs are great, perhaps though the print could be a fraction larger.
However then the book would be bigger and heavier which would detract from it