*Wide appeal 36 U.S. states and 4 countries have official Mustang Clubs with links to Ford Motor Co.*Builds on popularity of Mustangs -- two previous Mustang books in the KP Books line have sold more than 25, 700 copies combined*Features the words of the premier Mustang expert and stellar photos by one of the country's top photographers This book isn't about Dad's pony car; it's about the unusual and edgier cousin that everyone wants to ride with. This one-of-a-kind guide uncovers Mustang's forgotten, special edition and highly collectible models readers won't find in any other book or magazines. 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.Featured cars include: *1964 Indy Pace Car Replicas*1968 California Specials *1966-68 High Country Specials*1993 SVT Cobra R*1972 Sprint Editions*2003 Mach 1This guide virtually puts Mustang fans in the driver's seat of ultimate dream cars.The 1994 was Forda#39;s first post-1973 Mustang convertible to be built as a topless car on the factory assembly line; earlier ragtops started life as coupes and had their roofs removed. ... Mustang GT fender badges; fog lamps; a single-wing rear spoiler; 16x7.5- inch wide five-spoke cast aluminum wheels with locks; ... Manual locks and windows were standard, and any V-6 options could be added to the GTS.
|Title||:||Mustang Special Editions|
|Author||:||Brad Bowling, Jerry Heasley|
|Publisher||:||Krause Publications - 2006-08-01|