Review of book read by fellow Show-Me Mustang Club members
I was instantly drawn to the cover of this book. To me it looked like a vintage repair manual–hardcover, tones of red, black & yellow gold with the iconic 1926 Model T known as Something Special on the cover.
I know Mitch usually does the majority of book reviews but that doesn’t mean I don’t read them as well. I read SPEED READ MUSTANG first so I’m doing this review.
Of the legendary names in the history of the Ford Mustang, one stands apart: BOSS. Originally created to homologate the new Boss 302 engine and option package for SCCA Trans-Am racing, the Mustang Boss 302 debuted for the 1969,...
Many SMMC members own a 2005-present Mustang & like to do some modifications for comfort, appearance and/or performance. This new book covers all of that with excellent step-by-step photography & instructions per project.
First off, I really like this book. It is a large size, hard cover 240 page book that has some great photography showing off some fantastic Mustangs. The text is written by Donald Farr that most of you probably know from being the former editor of Mustang Monthly Magazine.
This is a smaller soft bound book that you could fit in a pocket and would be great to take with you when you go to check out a 2005-2014 Mustang you were interested in buying.
I received the above titled book to review for the club. Since it’s a children’s book I asked my cousins 2 boys to read & do the review. They both recently helped their dad take a 70’s Honda motorcycle & turn it into a modern café racer style (its impressive).
This is a great technical soft cover book on all the racing small block engines. Some I knew of other I had never heard of before. We all know about the solid lifter 271...
Top Muscle is a large hardcover book with tons of great full color, detailed photos that covers part of a collection from The Brothers Collection.
Just in time for Father's Day shopping is a new book for the guy that loves convertible (Mustang prefferred, of course); this just released book covers them all.
The large hard bound coffee table book is full of great photography of some of the rarest muscle car
his book covers 1964 ½-2015 Mustang specifications, factory options, production numbers and data codes including coverage of specialty & limited edition Mustangs.
This book would make a great Christmas present for any Mustang/Shelby fan. It’s a large book filled with tons of photos and is very easy reading even if you’re not a book reading kind of person.
The majority of the book deals with the vintage Shelby’s but it also goes all the way to the 2014 models.
This is a nice, hardbound 192-page book with a lot of color pictures and details of 662 special and limited-edition Mustangs from 1964 to 2019.
I liked that it covers Ford Built special editions like the Pace Cars, Anniversary models and Boss. We all know about them, but this book gives in depth coverage of things you may not have heard about these models before.
This book starts with a great early look into the Ford world leading up to the Mustang release. A glimpse at the times and Ford Motor Company’s internal decisions were an interesting history lesson for the Mustang.
This book highlights a 2-week car trip by barn find author, Tom Cotter along with his photographer, Michael Alan Ross. When we say it was a car trip, it was in true sense of traveling the Motor City following leads & meeting collectors in a 1939 Ford Woody. Detroit summers offer some heat and humidity so old car enthusiast know how that feels.
Want to learn the in-depth historical process of how the Boss 429 Mustang came to be? Then this book is for you! Kar-Kraft was the company spearheading development of many Ford specialty vehicles.
Like our favorite car, The Ford Mustang, many awesome Ford muscle cars helped develop & define the Mustang. Not to be forgotten in the Ford collector world are some awesome vehicles.
Fox Body Mustangs have reached a new surge in collectable status. This restoration guide offers tips & processes to bring a not so perfect Fox back to road worthy fun.
Author: Brad R. Leach
Review By: Karen Mitchell
A desire to learn more about the actual history and stories of the 1965 Shelby GT350R’s that were raced (& collecting the diecasts made of these cars), led to this book purchase.
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