Has any American car captured the balance between performance and style more perfectly than Ford's Mustang? Instantly recognizable and universally respected, the Mustang sets the standard for American automotive performance and innovation. Marking the 40th anniversary of America's favorite pony car, Mustang; Forty Years is a complete retrospective, from the postwar fixation on style and speed that spawned the Ford Mustang, to the completely new model waiting just around the corner. Covering every car, including the stock Ford models, Shelby GTs, Cobras, Bosses, Mach 1s, and many more, with extensively researched text and brilliant color photography, David Newhardt and Randy Leffingwell present the most comprehensive Mustang book available. Filled with company history, statistics, engine specifications, design changes, and personal stories from the board room to the race track, Mustang - Forty Years is a book for Mustang fans of all ages to enjoy for the next forty years and beyond! Award-winning writer and photographer, author Randy Leffingwell combines his fascination for all things mechanical with his considerable writing talent and a photographic eye honed by his years as a staff photographer for the Los Angeles Times to create fascinating and beautifully illustrated books about cars, motorcycles, and tractors.Ford tried to certify the 351-ci, 4- barrel engine in the the 1973 Mach 1 by using data from the 2-barrel Mustang engine. ... The 248-horsepower, 4- barrel 35 1 engine, code Q, was available in any model except the Mach I. A four-speed manualanbsp;...
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