CarTech Book How To Build And Modify Ford Mustang 1964-1/2-1973

CarTech:
SA212P

Highlights

  • Full-length 160 page book
  • Size of 8.5 x 11 inches
  • Paperback format
  • 313 black and white pictures
$29.95

CarTech Ford Mustang How to Build and Modify Book for all 1964-1/2, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973 Ford Mustangs.

That Mustang sunbathing in your driveway is one of the most iconic vehicles in American history, and there is no doubt you are proud to own it. What will make you even more proud is all the work you will put into upgrading and customizing it. If you are ready to work toward more modifications, be sure to purchase this CarTech Ford Mustang How to Build and Modify 1964½-1973 Book (SA212P) from CJ Pony Parts.

Features and Benefits:
- 160 pages
- 8.5 x 11 inches
- Paperback format
- 313 black and white illustrations

Owning this book (SA212P) is ideal if you own any Ford Mustang between the years of 1964½-1973 because it will teach you many ins and outs of classic Mustangs that may be considered obsolete by today’s standards so that you can alter them as needed to remain on par with current models. Some owners may want to heavily upgrade them while others may want to keep them as original as possible. Regardless of the direction you choose, this book will be able to guide you through each and every corner of your 1964½-1973 Mustang so that you can make the right decision based on what you want and execute it perfectly. It covers ever aspect of your vehicle including engine, transmission, rear differential, front suspension, rear suspension, steering, chassis, electrics, interior, and many more. The choice is yours what to do with your Mustang—but only this book (SA212P) can provide you with the tools and knowledge you need to navigate through your chosen path with zero obstacles.

Table of Contents:
Chapter 1:
Short-block and rotating assembly
Short block
Rotating assembly
Block selection
Crankshaft selection
Balancer considerations
Motor mounts

Chapter 2:
Camshafts, Cylinder heads and valvetrain
Camshafts
Springs
Valve stem seals
Cylinder heads

Chapter 3:
Intake, exhaust and fuel system
Intake system
Carburetor
Intake manifold
EFI conversion
Fuel system
Exhaust system

Chapter 4:
Ignition and starting
Ignition system
Ignition improvements
Starting system

Chapter 5:
Lubrication and cooling
Oil pan
Dry sump oiling system
Wet sump oiling system
Thermostat
Radiator cap
Mechanical fan
Electric fan
Radiator
Water pump

Chapter 6:
Engine swaps
Small-block Windsor
Big-block
Modular engine
5.0L coyote
Crate engine
Short-block assembly
V-belt versus serpentine-belt systems

Chapter 7:
Transmission
Conversions
Manual transmission upgrades
Automatic transmission upgrades

Chapter 8:
Driveline
Driveshaft
Yokes and u-joints
Rear axle

Chapter 9:
Brakes
Master cylinders and power boosters
Brake lines and valves
Front calipers
Rear calipers and parking brakes
Rotors and pads
Vehicle type 1: daily driver
Vehicle type 2: high-performance street car
Vehicle type 3: streetable track-day/drag strip car

Chapter 10:
Suspension and steering
Suspension upgrades
Vehicle type 1: daily driver
Vehicle type 2: high-performance street car
Vehicle type 3: streetable track-day car
Steering upgrades
Vehicle type 1: Daily driver
Vehicle type 2: high-performance street car
Vehicle type 3: Streetable track-day car

Chapter 11:
Wheels and tires
Wheel sizes
Wheel fitment guidelines
Tire categories
Tire size designation
Tire service description
Uniform tire quality grading

Chapter 12:
Interior
Safety consideration
Seats and pedals
Tilt steering column and steering wheel
Gauges
Data acquisition

Chapter 13:
Electrical system
High-output alternator
Headlamps
Other LED upgrades

California Residents: Proposition 65 Warning

Vehicle Fitment

This product will fit the following Mustang years:

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