I subscribed for 2 years and thus far have received about 9 issues. They apparently have issues delivering issues.....pun intended. But seriously, they have superior quality materials and pictures but that is meaningless when compared to being able to deliver a product to paying customers. Disappointing to say the least because I love their pictorials and quality content.
1967 K Code GT Fastback
1985 SVO (A lil' over the top)
1992 LX 5.0 Convt
2005 Mustang GT
2010 Ford Flex (Wish the wife had opted for the twin turbo)
Just got issue #18 today what a surprise. I figured they where no more. Hope they restuctured or something.
1965 Fastback-Scat 331, Dart heads, FPA headers, Air Gap intake, 650 Ultra DP, Cobra pan, Lunati VooDoo cam 61003, C-4, 10 inch converter, Reverse manual valve body,Detroit Truetracw/3.50s, subframe connectors.
1968 S-code Torino Fastback= project
1966 A-code Mustang coupe=Basket case not sure what to do with it used some parts for the fastback.
That's because the All-Ford National in Carlisle PA is 2 weeks away. They have to show that they printed something so they can steal more money off other people and make false promises about getting a magazine every two months. I fell for it last year and it took 12 months to get one issues.
65fstbpieces, you must be referring to Mustang Monthly, as Mustang Magazine IS NOT a monthly. They are so slow with their production/publishing that they stopped putting months on their cover and go by issue numbers. They get one out every three or four months I would guess. A lot of us subscribed and didn't get our full "12 months" or nothing at all...
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