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One-Family-Owned 1965 Mustang Shelby G.T. 350 Survives a Life of Drag Racing Unmolested

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When Ford and Shelby racing historians consider the East Coast, Rhode Island's Tasca Ford quickly comes to mind as the principle center of many significant competition activities. But let's not forget Harr Ford. Located in nearby Worcester, Massachusetts, Harr was also a hub of East Coast Ford race activity, with solid connections inside Ford Engineering… [...]

1966 Shelby G.T. 350H Sells for $1,000!

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All Steve McDonald had to do was come up with $1,000 by Friday to own this black-and-gold 1966 Shelby G.T. 350H. The odometer showed 40,000-odd miles, and the body had in McDonald’s words “a lot of door dings and chips. It also needed a front valance and bumper due to a minor fender-bender.” Of course… [...]

Wilwood’s 1966 Ford Mustang Workhorse

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Wilwood’s Workhorse: Wilwood buys a 1966 Mustang to develop a basic brake kit, and ends up racing the wheels off of it It’s nice to know a big aftermarket parts company can get caught up in the same snowball that most of us civilians get stuck in. The snowball we’re referring to is the infamous… [...]

New Edge Tech: Better Axle Behavior With Maximum Motorsports’ Sport Lower Control Arms

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Strong Arm Tactics: Better axle behavior with Maximum Motorsports’ Sport lower control arms Enthusiasts sometimes have different priorities than the engineers who design the cars we enjoy. Cost, noise, and performance are all factors, but enthusiasts and engineers may put these factors in a different order. Looking at the OEM 1979-2004 Mustang lower control arm’s… [...]

25 Ford Mustang Restoration Tips

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Cool solutions for your greatest resto challenges We’ve been restoring older Mustangs for the better part of 35 years now and it seems we can’t get enough of it. We’re always looking for fresh ideas and easier ways to accomplish what we’ve been doing for close to four decades. At Mustang Monthly, our job is… [...]