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Pony Express: Reader Feedback - September 2014

I found the letter in the July Pony Express column addressing “right car at the right time” interesting and then started thinking about the ’66 Mustang I have owned for over 45 years.

Horse’s Mouth - Mustang and Ford News and Notes - October 2014

AmericanMuscle excites with the 2015 Mustang re-creations: Iacocca, Bullitt, And Eleanor.

Babe of the Month, October 2014 - Emily Oney

As Babes of the Month go, any candidate bold enough to emblazon her torso with a badass Cobra tattoo (complete with a message letting everyone know she’s “Pretty Wicked”), is as hardcore as it gets in our book.

50 Years of Movie Mustangs

Whether it was the request for a cool car or product placement, the Mustang has appeared in hundreds of big-name films over the past 50 years.

1988 Ford Mustang GT Project Hypersilver - Engine Bay Accessories

We wrap up the engine bay of Hypersilver with front engine dress and a custom radiator from March Performance, Flex-A-Lite, and more!

Readers’ Album - September 2014

Gerry and Glenda Cutforth of High River, Alberta, Canada, used to drive a '66 Mustang convertible on dates back in 1968-'70.

How to Build a New 9-inch Ford Axle

We're installing a complete Strange Engineering 9-inch axle assembly in the Rebuilding Generations 1971 Mustang convertible.

2003 Ford Mustang Cobra - Sneaky Serpent

Jim Bunge’s ’03 Cobra may look relatively tame, but it’s a different story on the strip

Fox Handling Upgrades, Part 2 - Rear Grip Package

In Part 2, of "Fox Handling Upgrades," we Maximum Motorsports’ Rear Grip Package for ’79-’04 Mustangs to improve adhesion and cornering!

Horse Power - New Mustang and Ford Products - September 2014

Nothing is better than a clean Mustang, and Wizards Products is here to help with its new Detailing Cool kits.

One Last Time, With Some Feeling - Hoof Beats

This issue's column is indeed the hardest one I've ever had to write. Why? Well, not only is it my last editorial column for Mustang Monthly, it will also most likely be my final written piece of an automotive journalism career that has spanned over two decades.

Project Build Your Own Boss - Part 4: Baer Brakes

Baer’s Extreme+ 6S brake kit includes massive 14-inch, two-piece rotors all around, to offer balanced looks and performance on both axles.

2007 Ford Mustang - Movie Star

Mustangs were made for the big and small screen. They free spirit they represent and their overall youthful design makes it a natural for TV and movie producers to cast Mustangs as both bit parts and starring roles.

Snap Shots - Readers' Rides - September 2014

Dan is no stranger to Mustangs with this '08 GT being his third Pony. This baby rumbles with the help of SLP long-tube headers and X-style midpipe, Borla cat-back exhaust, and FRPP cams.

Design Concepts Released for 2015 Mustang RTR

Vaughn Gittin's new RTR Package Packs a Visual Punch for the new S550 Mustang

New Bits - Ford Mustang Products - September 2014

Give your '05-'14 Mustang some serious styling, attitude, and handling with the new Dark Stainless drift wheels from Latemodel Restoration.

How to Install the Centerforce DYAD Drive System on a 2003 Cobra - Dual Personality

Take a look inside Centerforce’s DYAD DS (Drive System) twin-disc clutch and check out how we installed it on a 2003 Mustang Cobra.

Pony Tales: Ford Mustang News - September 2014

We received word from Eric Charles, a French Mustang enthusiast currently living in Dubai, that he has located the last remaining Alan Mann '64-1/2 TdF (Tour de France) Mustang.

Mean And Green Exhaust Upgrades - Project Smog-Legal Killer

Smog-Legal Killer goes from a 2.5- to a 3-inch exhaust, and we upgrade the headers from 15⁄8 to 13⁄4 inches and add EPA-certified high-performance cats.

How to Solve Mustang Overheating Problems

Some of the more common technical questions we get involve overheating, and with good reason. Overheating can be chronic, especially with older Mustangs.