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Building High-Performance Mustangs on a Budget, Reid, George

Author    Reid, George

Title   Building High-Performance Mustangs on a Budget

Type   New

Publisher   USA SA Design

ISBN    1884089658 / 9781884089657

Seller's Record No.   9633

When Ford introduced the new 1979 Mustangs on what is known as the Fox platform, it sparked a new revolution in automotive modification and performance. Hailed as the “sports car for the masses”, the Mustang GT soon became one of the most modified cars Ford has ever produced. The Mustang’s low entry price, followed by the storm of available aftermarket parts, has made the Fox-bodied Mustang (1979-1995) the most desirable and modified car on the market in the last 20 years. How To Build Max Performance Fox Mustangs on a Budget is an essential book for anyone who wants to modify this affordable and popular sports car, covering planning your project, as well as high-performance engine, transmission, rear end, brake, and suspension upgrades -- all without blowing your budget. There are even special sections on choosing wheels & tires, making body modifications, and an industry source guide to help you find the parts you need for your project quickly and easily!.Softbound,128 pages, 500 black & white photos & illustrations,Author; George Reid, Publisher; SA Design, ISBN:1884089658. ; SA Design Series; Vol. 75; A4

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Price = 39.95 USD


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