Book Report: Weekend Projects for Your Mustang 2005-Today

Book Report: Weekend Projects for Your Mustang 2005-Today

The Ford Mustang is the most popular American performance car of all time, and it's supported by a huge aftermarket devoted to increasing its performance and improving its looks. Yet, with all the performance parts available to the enthusiast, many owners are unsure how to go about modifying their car.

The Ford Mustang is the most popular American performance car of all time, and it’s supported by a huge aftermarket devoted to increasing its performance and improving its looks.

Yet, with all the performance parts available to the enthusiast, many owners are unsure how to go about modifying their car.

That’s where Weekend Projects for Your Mustang comes in.

It breaks down 52 performance projects into doable chunks that the average enthusiast can manage in a single weekend.

Projects include installing a supercharger, upgrading shocks, carbon fiber kits and more.

Each project is illustrated with clear step-by-step photographs to help the reader understand each step and captions that provide time-saving tips.

Make your Mustang (or a customer’s Mustang) faster and better looking beginning this weekend!

Book Notes:
Authors: Dan Sanchez and Drew Phillips
Format: Softbound
Pages: 224

ISBN: 978-0-7603-3685-4

Publisher: Quayside Publishing Group
Price: $29.99
Availability: www.motorbooks.com

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