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Snapshot: Bagged 2003 SVT Cobra
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Snapshot: Bagged 2003 SVT Cobra

Readers share the photo and story of their muscle mustangs and fast Read More

Most Original 1971 Boss 351 in the World?
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Most Original 1971 Boss 351 in the World?

From the age of 14, Fred Kemmerer wanted what he thought was a Read More

Installing Steeda’s Cold Air Intake on a Twin Turbo EcoBoost Fusion Sport
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Installing Steeda’s Cold Air Intake on a Twin Turbo EcoBoost Fusion Sport

Steeda’s EcoBoost Cold Air Kit for a 2017 Fusion Sport Read More

Troy Gallagher’s 2015 S550 GT Mustang
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Troy Gallagher’s 2015 S550 GT Mustang

Troy Gallagher’s Velvet Ripsaw 2015 S550 GT Mustang Is as Loyal as Read More

Vintage Mustang Tech Questions and Answers
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Vintage Mustang Tech Questions and Answers

Your Vintage Ford Mustang Tech Questions Answered. Read More

The OBDLink MX+ Makes Diagnostic Wizardry Work for You

The OBDLink MX+ Makes Diagnostic Wizardry Work for You

The OBDLink MX+ utilizes the volumes of data in modern vehicle with a Read More

Original Venice Crew at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale
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Original Venice Crew at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale

Jim Marietta talks about the Original Venice Crew’s continuation Read More

Twin turbo powered 2003 New Edge Mustang
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Twin turbo powered 2003 New Edge Mustang

This 2003 New Edge Mustang daily became an 1,200-horsepower, no-time Read More

2013 Shelby GT500, Reporting for Duty
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2013 Shelby GT500, Reporting for Duty

Jason Ragan’s 2013 Shelby GT500 is ready for combat action with Read More

Fierce Ford Friday: Keith Champine's 1966 Shelby GT 350H
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Fierce Ford Friday: Keith Champine's 1966 Shelby GT 350H

It’s Game Day Year Round With Keith Champine’s Rare Ford in this Read More

Kendall Collins Turned The Dream 1970 Maverick Of His Teens Into A Coyote Powered Street Machine!
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Kendall Collins Turned The Dream 1970 Maverick Of His Teens Into A Coyote Powered Street Machine!

One sick 1970 Maverick that is Coyote powered and packing a twin turbo Read More

Book Review: Mustang by Design
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Book Review: Mustang by Design

Richard Truesdell reviews Mustang by Design, a new offering in the Read More

Gittin Decides 2018 Formula Drift Championship in Irwindale
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Gittin Decides 2018 Formula Drift Championship in Irwindale

Mustangs Play a Big Role in Deciding the 2018 Formula Drift Read More

Brand New 1969 Mustang Boss 429 Reveal #MTSEMA18
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Brand New 1969 Mustang Boss 429 Reveal #MTSEMA18

Classic Recreations reveals the first officially licensed Ford Boss Read More

Ford Mustangs take prominent spots out front at SEMA 2018 #MTSEMA18
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Ford Mustangs take prominent spots out front at SEMA 2018 #MTSEMA18

An in-depth look at the Ford Mustangs out front at SEMA 2018 #MTSEMA18 Read More

Coming Soon: The RTR Series 1 2019 Ford Mustang #MTSEMA18
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Coming Soon: The RTR Series 1 2019 Ford Mustang #MTSEMA18

A collaborative effort between Ford Performance and RTR Vehicles, the Read More

The story of Rob Ruska’s 1990 Mustang GT is more than skin deep

The story of Rob Ruska’s 1990 Mustang GT is more than skin deep

Rob Ruska’s 1990 Mustang GT. Read More

Building Ford’s classic 289 High Performance V8
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Building Ford’s classic 289 High Performance V8

Now that you understand the Mustang’s venerable 289 Hi-Po V-8, Read More

Rare Find: He Bought This Ultrarare R-Code 427-Powered 1967 Ford Fairlane XL500 Twice

Rare Find: He Bought This Ultrarare R-Code 427-Powered 1967 Ford Fairlane XL500 Twice

Jay Cushman “couldn’t tell” if the Fairlane he spotted on the Read More

Finishing the show strong with Friday coverage from SEMA #TENSEMA17
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Finishing the show strong with Friday coverage from SEMA #TENSEMA17

A detailed look at Friday’s happenings at the SEMA 2017 show. Read More

Modified Mustangs & Fords is a brand well known for its content and dedication to performance-oriented classic Mustang and Ford products. It produces hard-core tech, product reviews, news, car features, new products, and much more for classic Mustangs ('65-'78), as well as for Ford-powered vehicles from the '50s to the '70s. For the true Ford enthusiast, MM&F represents an all-encompassing representation of Blue Oval fodder. It is the source for every Ford fan.

MM&F readers are not afraid to modify their Mustangs into a modified classic with updated brakes, suspension, performance modifications, and creature comforts. The classic readers want these upgrades to improve their classic Mustangs and Fords, bringing them up to modern standards.

Technical focus is on performance-enhancing upgrades including engine mods, engine builds, suspension upgrades, better brakes, and more. Focus is on in-depth installation articles, buyer's guides, tips, and more on the hottest performance parts for classic Mustangs and Fords.

Though focus is performance, most classics must not only be modified, but also restored. Whether you're building a Shelby GT350 replica with EFI, a five-speed, and all the bells and whistles; or you're just planning for a few modern upgrades, the typical classic Mustang project still requires sheetmetal, rubber moldings, chrome, upholstery, and more.