Mine ran out I resubscribed yesterday at Ford Carlisle. It was 25$ I asked if it was for one year he got a funny look on his face and said 12 issues. I guess its for how ever long it takes for them to make 12 issues. Whatever, it has nice pictures.lol.
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.
Not to bring up a old thread but I paid $25 to Mustang Maganzine back in June at the All-Ford National in Carlisle PA and haven't seen a single issue. They told me I would get one every other month. What kind of maganzine is this?
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I had the same "issue" and had a post about it here. Sent multiple emails and never got any response...then a few days after my last email asking for a refund, I was sent an express mail envelope with 3 magazines in it. Issue numbers 15, 16 and 17 were sent. Haven't got one since. Great magazine...but pretty bad with communication and time frames.
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I get my issues pretty regularly- as mentioned above, the latest one had a front cover with "What's it Worth?" on the front. I like the magazine (I liked it better when it didn't waste space on late model Mustangs, but judging from the types of cars I see at "Mustang Shows" these days, I guess that's what everyone is into now).
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