Ford Mustang 2020

16-Month Calendar Includes September 2019 Through December 2020

Ford Mustang 2020
$16.99 / £12.99
Format: Calendar, 24 Pages
ISBN: 9780760365472
Publisher: Motorbooks
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Description

Ford Mustang 2020 pays tribute, in calendar form, to the original pony car with 26 eye-popping portraits ranging from the classics up to today's all-new models.
 
With over 50 years of production and some 10 million cars built, the Mustang is recognized and admired worldwide. Ford Mustang 2020 is a 16-month calendar featuring a wide range of Mustangs, from the classics to the latest models.

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The Editors of Motorbooks know their craft. Motorbooks is among the world's leading transportation publishers, offering books created by motoring's top photographers and writers, many created with major partners like Harley-Davidson, Chevrolet, Ford, and Chrysler and magazines like Hot Rod and Cycle World

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Specs

Format: Calendar, 24 Pages
ISBN: 9780760365472
Illustrations: 26 color photos
Size: 17 in x 12 in / 431.8 mm x 304.8 mm
Published:

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