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Sep 25, 2013

NEW BOOK!!! Mustang: Fifty Years - Celebrating America's Only True Pony Car

Donald Farr's new book - Mustang:  Fifty Years - Celebrating America's Only True Pony Car is now in stock!!

WOW!  We just received our first shipment of the new hardcover book - Mustang:  Fifty Years - Celebrating America's Only True Pony Car.  Since starting Virginia Classic Mustang over 30 years ago, we have seen lots of Mustang books come and go.  There have been (and still are) some great books available, but this is just one of those absolute "must have" books for any Mustang enthusiast.

I just quickly spent a few minutes flipping through the book, and it looks fantastic, just as I suspected.  There are lots of cool images (over 400!!) that most folks have never seen before along with unique information about the history of the Ford Mustang from the concept models all the way up to the current model.  I cannot wait to just sit down for a few hours and read it cover to cover!

Another great thing about this book is its author, Donald Farr.  Donald has been involved in the Mustang hobby pretty much from the beginning, and he is, of course, well known as the long time editor of Mustang Monthly Magazine.  He's a good friend of ours, extremely knowledgeable Mustang enthusiast, and one of the nicest guys you could meet. He's done a great job with this book, and you won't want to miss it.

Click here to order.

You also may want to check out Donald's other book - Mustang Boss 302:  From Racing Legend to Modern Muscle Car.  This book is the new version of his highly acclaimed Mustang Boss 302 - Ford's Trans-Am Pony Car:  A Complete History and Recognition Guide.

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