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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.
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