December 1, 2002

Step By Step

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The ’65 GT350, owned by Dave Lennartz of Brush Prairie, Washington, is none other than 003. It fits nicely beside the healthy GT500 of Larry McEwen, who happens to reside in Bothell, Washington. Editor Jeff Ford snapped the static shot from the top of a rented SUV. Able assistant Shelby “Killah” Cox kept Mr. Ford in lenses and filters as he perched precariously on the rental.

December 2002 Volume 25, Number 12

An overview of the legendary cars that Carroll built.

Hot Holiday Gift Guide
What do you get the enthusiast who has everything?

Pony Trails 2002

Looking Back
Growth is a good thing, right?

Bill Neely’s ’70 Mach 1.

Still in Good Hands
Jim Chism’s ’65 GT350.

High Country Original
John Howard ’66 High Country Special hardtop.

Clearwater Cool
Roy and Peggy Newman’s ’67 GTA hardtop.

The One That Started It All
Bob Richards’ ’82 GT hatchback.

How-To: Replace a ‘65-’66 Taillight Panel
A weekend project you can do yourself.

Tool Time
What you need to keep your Mustang galloping.

Pony Trails 2003

Head East
For the 25th Anniversary Trail, we will head to Daytona and a little rolling history.

T5 Tips, Tricks, and Troublespots
Five-speed expert Alan Shepley shows how to avoid the pitfalls of T5 swaps and rebuilds.