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Mustang Monthly

July 2019

Mustang Monthly magazine has a specialized editorial package that covers everything from do-it-yourself recommendations to the history of Mustang. Buy Mustang Monthly digital magazine subscription today and get comprehensive tech articles, the hottest industry news, latest products and complete racing and events coverage!

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mustang owner’s museum opens!

WE’VE BEEN HEARING ABOUT IT FOR A FEW YEARS NOW, with frequent construction and content updates, and the Mustang Owner’s Museum finally held its grand opening on National Mustang Day—April 17, 2019—55 years to the day after the Mustang was debuted to the world at the World’s Fair in Flushing Meadows, New York. The museum is a stone’s throw from Charlotte Motor Speedway in the Carpenter Industrial Complex (home to both Dennis Carpenter and Daniel Carpenter Ford/Mustang restoration products companies), so after the grand opening there was a 55TH anniversary show held inside the racetrack that drew Mustangs and their owners from all over the world. We even got to see Adelbert Engler, a huge Mustang collector from Belgium that we have featured in the magazine and on the website,…

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mustang monthly

EDITORIAL Network Content Director Douglas R. Glad Network Director, Mustang 360° Henry De Los Santos Editor Rob Kinnan Staff Editor Mark Houlahan Managing Editor Lucia Salas Social Media Director Brandon Scarpelli ART DIRECTION & DESIGN Design Director Markas Platt Art Director Jong Cadelina CONTRIBUTORS Jerry Heasley, MaryBeth Kiczenski, Bob Perkins, Al Rogers, Dave Stribling, Thomas Voehringer MUSTANG 360˚ NETWORK ON THE WEB mustangmonthly.com musclemustangfastfords.com ADVERTISING General Manager John Viscardo, JViscardo@enthusiastnetwork.com Eastern Sales Director Michael Essex, (863) 860-6023 Western Sales Director Scott Timberlake, (310) 531-5969 Advertising Operations Manager Monica Hernandez Advertising Coordinator Gail Burns TEN: PUBLISHING MEDIA, LLC Chairman Greg Mays President Kevin Mullan SVP, Editorial & Advertising Operations Amy Diamond General Manager, Aftermarket Automotive Network Tim Foss General Manager, In-Market Automotive Network Maria Jamison Senior Director, Finance Catherine Temkin CONSUMER MARKETING, ENTHUSIAST MEDIA SUBSCRIPTION COMPANY, INC. SVP, Circulation Tom Slater VP, Retention & Operations Fulfillment Donald T. Robinson III VP, Acquisition & Database Marketing Victoria Linehan VP, Newsstand Retail Sales William Carter MOTORTREND…

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ponies in the smokies 2019

The 2019 Ponies in the Smokies show in Sevierville, Tennessee, presented by National Parts Depot, was its third annual; however, it was Mustang Monthly’s first time attending. The show format includes four days of events. A Roush ride-along plus autocross and driving experience kicked things off on Wednesday along with a Shine Run (think poker run where you get a card at each stop, including the famous Tail of the Dragon). Drag racing at English Mountain Dragway got Thursday off to a great start with the Shine Run party Thursday night at Quaker Steak & Lube. Friday is the main large indoor/outdoor judged show at the Sevierville Convention Center. The show also features “dueling dynos,” with two mobile dynos on-site along with vendors, special displays like 55 Years of Mustang,…

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full throttle kustomz is building a 1969 hardtop tribute

If you’re a fan of car TV, the name Ray McClelland is probably familiar—he’s a host of Motor City Masters and the owner of Full Throttle Kustomz in Fillmore, California. Ray is doing some tuning work to our GEN3 Coyote-powered Week to Wicked 1967 fastback, and while we were at the shop he told us about his latest project. Medusa is a 1969 Mustang hardtop being built as a tribute to his uncle, who he was very close to but passed away when Ray was 11 years old. The car ended up at his other uncle’s house in Pennsylvania with 70,000 miles on it, and it sat for years, slowly deteriorating in the northeast weather. Ray talked his uncle out of the car and brought it home to Southern California. He…

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new bits

AMPED UP If your Mustang has a bunch of power-hungry electronics, you need to keep them all fed with plenty of amps. Proform’s 100-amp alternator is a 10si one-wire configuration that bolts in place of a stock Ford 1G or 2G alternator for a much-needed upgrade on your Ford small-block or big-block engine. Big loads like a stereo, EFI, air conditioning, and more will benefit from the additional output this unit has, especially in low-idle situations. The internally regulated alternator comes equipped with an external fan, machined pulley, and a show-ready chrome finish. Each alternator is manufactured from all-new components and assembled by hand. INFO: (586) 774-2500; PROFORMPARTS.COM SUPER SLIDER The ’65-’66 Mustang’s dash-mounted ashtray is usually not given much thought. Paint the ashtray face to match the dash and call it good. But…

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garage find: before & after

Before “I BOUGHT THIS CAR MY JUNIOR YEAR IN HIGH SCHOOL, IN 1987, OUT OF A WRECKING YARD,” Neil Thompson said. Thirty years later, on June 11, 2017, we were standing in front of a single-car garage attached to Thompson’s home in Lubbock, Texas. Neil was about to roll up the door to reveal his time capsule. Incredibly, nobody in his local Lubbock Mustang car club had ever seen this Mustang, but his friend Jeff Krueger had heard stories. “I thought it was a lie. He was just trying to show off,” Jeff said with a laugh. Neil had kept this Mustang hidden most of those 30 years, parked in this garage for the last 15 years. Jeff knew a friend looking for a classic Mustang for his son and wondered if…