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Mustang Magazine back from the dead
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https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=...=1&theater

The question is - will I receive a copy? I had no idea as to when my subscription ends because they never respond to emails. Huh

Vamach1 - 72 Sprint conv & 72 Mach1
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#2
Well - I did receive my copy today but there is no address label on it. How did they know where to deliver it? I know I'm the Mustang guy in the neighborhood but the Post Office isn't that good. Rolleyes

Vamach1 - 72 Sprint conv & 72 Mach1
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vamach1;125808 Wrote:Well - I did receive my copy today but there is no address label on it. How did they know where to deliver it? I know I'm the Mustang guy in the neighborhood but the Post Office isn't that good. Rolleyes

LOL rofl

Doc

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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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#4
My subscription ran out and I never re-upped. Been about a year since my last issue....but I get my Mustang fix right here from all you guys!

Big Grin

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rocketfoot;125900 Wrote:My subscription ran out and I never re-upped. Been about a year since my last issue....but I get my Mustang fix right here from all you guys!

Big Grin
Roger, that!!!

BT

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rocketfoot;125900 Wrote:My subscription ran out and I never re-upped. Been about a year since my last issue....but I get my Mustang fix right here from all you guys!

Big Grin

you can as us specific questions, you can't ask a magazine questions Big Grin

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#7
+1 , I subscribe to mustang monthly as every so often they have good tech articles, there issue before last shows the modern driveline install of converting to hydrolic clutch i think may come in handy.
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#8
Mustang Monthly is a good magazine. They seem to be more fair about putting stuff in for the 71-73's now than a few years ago. I have learned a lot from that magazine and sometimes the project that I struggled with and/or over spent to do ends up being published within a month or two after my ordeal is over. LOL

Greg
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