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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.