Drawing on first-hand experience of what can happen when you rely on basic paperwork and goodwill alone, this book offers a unique insight into the would-be problems and pitfalls of buying a 1964-1973 Ford Mustang. Learn the strengths and weaknesses of Mustangs from an author with years of experience performing ground-up restorations of these iconic cars. Learn what models and variants are on offer and what popular upgrades are commonly performed by owners, and their effect on market values. Whether you want a show-car, a daily driver or a restoration project, all the key points and checks are here, ranging from paperwork to market values and from trim to engine condition. This book is the essential companion when looking to buy one of America’s original Pony Cars.
An IT, Network and electronics engineer, Matt Cook has had a keen interest in cars from an early age, influenced by strong family ties with Ford Motor Company, both in Detroit and the UK. He has owned a number of Mustangs, culminating in the addition to his stable, a 2013 Mustang Boss 302, whith which he hopes to explore motorsport and track day events. A well-known, active member of the club scene, Matt provides free valuations for club members, advising on cars and potential Mustang purchases.