Mustang MonthlyNews & Views
May 2002 Table of Contents
May 2002 Volume 25, Number 5
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ON THE COVER
Two of the baddest consent to holding still while we snap some photos. Both of these Mustangs are lucky to be part of the Schmidt collection that is safely ensconced at National Parts Depot in Ocala, Florida. Note the window sticker on the 95 Cobra Rthis car is still dressed out as it was the day it was dealer deliveredcomplete with scant miles on the odometer. The other is the GT500KR featured in Not as Delivered as part of the 10 Baddest lead story. Editor Ford took the photo while perched on a very tall ladder amid the freezing 80-degree January temps in Florida.
21 The 10 Baddest Ever
The editors and a select band of Mustang brothers and sisters make some choices.
28 All About Driveshafts
Inland Empire Driveline has all the answers for your powertrain questions.
32 How To: Adjust, Maintain and Restore 65-66Style GT Fog Lights
Early-style GT fog lights sometimes need a little TLC. Heres how to fix em up.
39 High-Tech Shocks
Edelbrock Performer IAS shock-absorber know-how is available for a majority of vintage and late-model Mustangs.
44 Super Hot Wheel
Jeff Gibbs modified 65 hardtop
46 GT A+
Bill Sebels 67 GTA 390 fastback.
48 Grande Touring
Robert Warings 69 Grande.
50 A Restoration ala Resurrection
Tom Ross 73 convertible.
52 What Is Hip?
Ron Kinburgers 68 GT500.
54 How To: Rear Deck and Chin Spoiler on a 71-73
When you wonder where it goes, we have a solutionfollow the factory.
Ramping up: the 83-86 Mustangs.
Pony Trails 2002
68 Well, Here We Go!
Indiana SAACs 25th Anniversary Carlisle All Ford Nationals West Michigan Mustang Show Whew, three in a row (almost) make for a tired but happy trail boss.
78 Mustang Experience
A 70 428 Mach 1 Cobra named Lucille.
79 Hot Catalogs A great selection of the best catalogs out there.
84 Hot Chips!
Factory ECUs limit potential performance of stock and modified Mustangs. Let aftermarket chips release that untapped horsepower.