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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-24-2019, 06:32 AM Thread Starter
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Bob Mannel does it again! Mustang & Ford Small Block V8

For those who have not received the email from Bob, his highly regarded and infinitely useful "Mustang & Ford Small Block V8, 1962-1969" is now available in PDF form for free if you purchase his book. The most detailed book ever written on the identification of any engine family I have ever seen. Highly recommended by almost everyone here on VMF including me as a must have resource. https://fordsmallblock.com/
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I bought it a few years ago as well. Definitely a must have for your Mustang library.
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I will put it on my wishlist!

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Also for those that had purchased it in the past he is supplying a discount code for $14 off the PDF file.
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It's a must have for anyone new. Absolutely worth its weight in gold.

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It's a must have for anyone new. Absolutely worth its weight in gold.
Especially for us Concourse-wanna-be's. Or if you just like a little Ford engine history. Bob must have lived at a junkyard back in the day to get so much info and so many pictures.

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Dang it, I bought it a couple months too soon! Well, $14 wont kill me....

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