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Mustang Monthly January 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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the week of living wickedly

WEEK TO WICKED HAS BECOME AN OFT-USED BUZZWORD AROUND THE MUSTANG MONTHLY AND MUSTANG-360.COM OFFICES. Unless you’ve been paying absolutely zero attention, the Mustang 360 group—comprised of the Mustang Monthly, Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords, 5.0 Mustang & Super Fords, and Modified Mustangs & Fords brands—has now completed three Week to Wicked projects. We built a 1966 hardtop in July 2017, a 2013 GT coupe in January 2018, and a 1967 fastback conversion in July 2018. The idea behind these projects is just as the name says—build a wicked Mustang in a week. The entire Week to Wicked concept was born out of a desire to create compelling new video content for the website, and pretty much every brand (magazine and website) in the automotive group at our company has done…

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pony tales

Fierce Ford Friday Video Series New to the Mustang-360.com website is our Fierce Ford Friday video series in partnership with Kendra Sommer and her Cruisin’ With Kendra website. Every Friday we’ll be posting a new video of a Ford owner and his or her fierce Ford. Certainly most will be Mustangs (all generations are welcome), but no doubt if Kendra comes across a sweet F-100 pickup or unreal Fairlane that she can get in front of her cameras, then you’ll see those as well. If you haven’t bookmarked mustang-360.com yet, what are you waiting for? Besides this new video series, we provide fresh content daily for you to enjoy on your own schedule. Tech, features, news, event coverage, and more are all there. If you have a fierce Ford you think Kendra…

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We continue to be excited about the Mustang Owners Museum build as we receive updates from them. The most recent update is that the roof is complete and interior walls are starting to go up. The museum expects to hold at least 60 Mustangs when complete. If you’re a fan of car magazines in general, you need to grab Matt Stone’s latest, titled Hot Rod Empire, which is all about Robert E. Petersen and his publishing company. Find it at your favorite book retailer. Everyone’s favorite Mustang drifter, Vaughn Gittin Jr., has checked off one of his bucket list items by drifting the full 12.9 miles of the famed Nürburgring Nordschleife! See the video at mustang-360.com and be amazed at the car control!…

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new bits

TURBO READY Flowtech Exhaust offers up its latest small-block Ford header variant with the release of these turbo headers. Designed as a down- and forward-swept application for custom front-mount turbo installs, the headers are available in three different finishes: ceramic coated mild steel, 304 stainless steel, and polished 304 stainless steel. The mandrel-bent primaries are built from either 13/4-inch or 17/8-inch tubing and are mated to 3/8-inch-thick flanges at the top and 3-inch collectors with merge spears at the bottom. The new small-block Ford turbo headers include 3-inch V-band flanges and clamps, gaskets, and hardware. INFO: (866) 464-6553; HOLLEY.COM/BRANDS/FLOWTECH EFI FOR 2V FANS Often when retrofit EFI systems are discussed it is for use with a modified or performance engine. However, there are literally tens of thousands of Mustangs (and other Fords) still on…

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mustang purchased for $50 is a family heirloom—now it just needs to be restored

MOST OF US SOLD OUR MUSTANGS BACK IN THE DAY FOR WHATEVER REASONS, AND THEN WE WENT ON THE HUNT FOR THEM LATER. Ken Spera is different. Instead of selling, the retired New Jersey firefighter stored his 1965 Mustang in a garage—in 1977! Only recently did he get the car out for a restoration, retrieving a barn find he planted (and replanted) for himself 40 years ago. So technically, this isn’t a rare “find,” since it’s been in the same family for decades, but it’s still a cool story of a car that the owner refused to let go. Ken says, “I bought it, believe it or not, for $50 in 1973. My wife’s friend got in a little accident. She smashed the front end below the hood, between the fenders.” Classic…

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bob perkins’ masterpiece

By all odds, there is not a finer restored Mustang than this 1970 Boss 429, and for three main reasons; the first being a starting point of just 1,608 original miles. Reason No. 1’s importance, originality, matches Bob Perkins’ restoration philosophy of the last 37 years, which he summed up, off the cuff, as we talked about the undercarriage of this car. He said, “The best cars, when they’re done, were the better cars to start with.” Perkins’ 20/20 vision of foresight, which he has possessed since his start in the hobby in 1981, has led him to buy the best Mustangs. He’s bought cars such as a Black Jade Boss 429 with 902 miles, a 1970 Grabber Orange Boss 302 with 1,554 miles, and, of course, the 1969 Mach 1…