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post #16 of 25 (permalink) Old 12-23-2012, 11:15 AM
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Mustang Monthly from 1972 to date. Donald.Farr, over the years remains tops! Did NOT renew the Modified Mustang mag they sell. Think that Mark Houlahan did a better job than present!
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Agreed! Anybody know what's going on with Mustang magazine? Nice piece for the early models.

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I have been a subscriber to Mustang Monthly since the early 80's. If you are into the classic 's I think there is none better.


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Right on! When yearly dues became 50.00 didn't renew.
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All I found on Zinio was digital copy of Mustang Monthly. I want to renew the old fashion way, get it in the mailbox. Anybody care to elaborate?
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Any Barnes & Noble carries it, among others. Even my local food market has it. Each magazine has 3x5 cards stuffed in the pages for renewal or signups.
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All I found on Zinio was digital copy of Mustang Monthly. I want to renew the old fashion way, get it in the mailbox. Anybody care to elaborate?
You could subscribe online.

Ford Mustang - Covering Classic, Vintage, & New Ford Mustangs - Mustang Monthly Magazine

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I agree, I like getting the copies in the mail each month.

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I also subscribed on line, be patient it takes a roughly 5 or 6 weeks for the first one to arrive. In the meantime you should be able to get a fix at a good newsstand retailer.
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