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May
1995

Technical - How To: Reseal A Mustang Power Steering Pump (A quick rebuild and refinishing will make your power steering pump look showroom new, and keep your garage clean); How To: Rebuild A Brake Master Cylinder (Don't throw away that vintage part. A master cylinder rebuild kit and save you money...and show points); How To: Restore A Mustang Gauge Cluster (Put your Mustang's industrumentation back in action with a few new parts...and a Sunday afternoon); Vintage Engine Specs (Mustang engine specifications - '64 1/2 through '73 In-Line Six Cylinder Compression ratio...combustion chamber size...point gap...We'll tell you everything you wanted to know about your early Mustang powerplant - and some things you didn't) Features - Local Treasure (Bob Becker's '67 GT-500 traveled through time and 76,000 miles, but never really went far from home); Blackjack (Norman and Lois Miner beat the dealer (car dealer, that is) in Las Vegas); Start Of Something Good (Eric Mathis entered Mustang Heaven in a '69 hardtop); Two Times New (John Heim got this Boss 351 brand new - twice); Friendly Fastback (This '66 GT brought restorer and collector together); One Man's Treasure (James Dvorak's '68 GT Fastback proves the old adage right) Departments - Hoofbeats; Pony Tales; Pony Express; New Bits; Readers Album; Resto Roundup; Coming Events; Parts And Services; Beyond The Basics; Horsesense
Power Technical - Street Or Strip? The Great 5.0 Compromise (Can a stock Mustang run respectable drag numbers without major sacrifices?); Quick Tech Aftermarket Tachometer Installation (Improved launch control and shift timing with an "Auto Gage" Shift-Lite tachometer from Auto Meter) Features - Office Politics (Where David Steffey works, the talk around the water cooler centers on horsepower); Forever Young (David Bintner's 1985 GT has low miles and a high profile) Departments - 5.0 Corral; 5.0 Power Parts
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June
1995

Technical - How To: Replace A Vintage Mustang Clutch (The new Hays Performance Clutch provides one-stop shopping for your clutch R & R); How To: Upgrade Your Six-Cylinder Mustang's Performance (Beef-up your Mustang's 170, 200 or 250 in-line six-cylinder engine with some familiar components) Features - Go Down Fighting (Scott and Ginger Boggs have preserved a fine example of the forgotten performance Mustang of 1969); Get Back To The Basics (Some of the country's top judges and restorers tell you how to make your Mustang a champ by following the basic rules of classic car restoration); Family Tradition (The Stovall family's '65 Mustang fastback is a sheetmetal heirloom); Restored Plus (Austin Kelley's '67 GTA fastback is better the second time around); Worth The Money (Bob Estes paid the price and got the Shelby of his dreams); Last Of A Grand Breed (Van Scalco's '73 convertible marked the end of an era); Building a Better Boss (Dave Riley's second champion '70 Boss 302 is even better than his first); Horse With No Name (With its rare Mustang option and NOS parts, this '66 convertible will soon be known to many) Departments - Hoofbeats; Pony Tales; Pony Express; New Bits; Readers Album; Resto Roundup; Coming Events; Parts And Services; Beyond The Basics; Horsesense Power Technical - Quick Tech Late-Model Bumper Refinishing (Plasti-Kote's new Flexible Bumper and Trim finishing kit can help make your Mustang's bumper look new again); Power Stroke (Our stroker buyer's guide will show you how to stuff a heaping helping of hidden horsepower into your 5.0 or 5.8-powered Mustang) Features - Driving Force (Learning to drive fast and safe takes more than quick reflexes and a heavy foot. Bob Bondurant's School of High Performance Driving shows you how to do it right); Low Miles, High Hopes (Freemon and Margaret Fritsche's 1986 SVO is like new - literally) Departments - 5.0 Corral; 5.0 Power Parts
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