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Launched in 1978, Mustang Monthly was the first magazine dedicated specifically to Mustangs. In fact, it was one of the first magazines to focus on a niche automotive market. Early on, Mustang Monthly covered '65-'73 Mustangs, primarily restoration. However, when the 5.0L Mustang's popularity spiked in the mid-1980s, late-model and new Mustangs were added to the mix. Today, in its third decade, Mustang Monthly covers everything from the earliest Mustang prototypes to the latest models from Ford, including specialty models like Saleen, Shelby, Roush, Steeda, and more.
Mustang Monthly focuses on four very popular and recurring subjects in the Mustang world: restoration, maintenance, performance upgrades, and the increasing popularity of the late-model Mustang in the Mustang hobby.
Mustang Monthly is the only magazine that covers vintage Mustang restoration every single month; primarily for the '65-'73 cars, but also for the iconic '79-'93 Fox-body Mustangs. All older Mustangs require some type of restoration, whether it's a weekend engine compartment refurbishment or a full-scale restoration, and Mustang Monthly covers it all with tips, tricks, and step-by-step how-to content.
Repairs are a fact of life for owners of older Mustangs and even late-model Mustangs that see daily driving abuse. Mustang Monthly shows readers how to keep their cars on the road, running smooth, and maintain reliability with content about common maintenance needs.
While Mustang Monthly focuses on restoration, we don't overlook the popular restomod movement for the vintage Mustang owner, in which vintage Mustangs maintain the factory appearance but enhance the driving experience with modern equipment such as power windows, upgraded stereos, overdrive transmissions, and fuel-injected late-model drivetrains.
Late-model Mustangs are popular with our readers, primarily the '79- '04 models and now the new '05-'14s. The new Shelbys and specialty models from Ford, such as the '01 Bullitt and '03-04 Mach 1 and Cobra, and others, are particularly popular with our readers due to their collectible status and low production numbers. We cover all of the popular performance and appearance modifications, focusing mainly on bolt-ons that our readers can perform in their own garage or driveway.