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mustang illustrated facts and specifications manual
#1
well here is a nice book full of facts and specs for our cars i didn't know about till the power of the internet showed me.

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i had ordered the 72 book and after reading it decided to get the 71 book also. It has a lot of info in it, and it confirmed my conclusion that early 72s are pretty much 71 cars since most of the unique 72 parts didn't get on the line until December 71.

my car was built August 71 so according to the book i missed out on some stuff.

did you know for later 72 cars ford moved the driver's seat pan back 1" to try and address complaints about leg room.

good book with lots of extra info on options too.

a good addition to your library.
they are about 13$ a book and you can find them on amazon

mustang Illustrated facts and specifications manual.
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#2
I have those books good info in them.
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#3
Looks cool! I may have to pick up a set!
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#4
Thanks for the tip. I'm ordering one right now.

Doc

Aha! I searched for it on Amazon and this is what appeared:



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Lucky me, there was only one left and I bought it. Big Grin
Doc

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#5
I've got one for 73 as well, they are handy.
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#6
definatly need to get one of those. where can we get them?
Eric


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#7
(09-27-2010, 06:50 PM)72fastback Wrote: definatly need to get one of those. where can we get them?

I just went to Amazon.com and entered "mustang Illustrated facts and specifications manual" from 72HCode's post, and that's what popped up.

Doc
Doc

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Project started 8-7-10
Completed: All new suspension, rebuilt 351C H Code bored .030 over with mild cam and intake, new 3.50 TracLok, custom exhaust system
Current "mini-project": interior upgrade Undecided
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(09-27-2010, 07:57 PM)73vertproject Wrote:
(09-27-2010, 06:50 PM)72fastback Wrote: definatly need to get one of those. where can we get them?

I just went to Amazon.com and entered "mustang Illustrated facts and specifications manual" from 72HCode's post, and that's what popped up.

Doc

awesome thanks
Eric


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#9
Actually, they are readily available from many of the Mustang "Parts Houses" according to their catalogs.

I don't know if OMS carries them (perhaps Don will chime in here) but "California Mustang", "Mustang Plus" and "Mustangs Unlimited" all have them listed for $5.95.

I purchased mine several years ago from a local Mustang shop.

BT
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#10
I have seen these for sale at the big Ford swap meet in Columbus, Ohio. I bought the 72 edition.
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