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Whilst scouring the net I found the Mustang article from a 1971 Car Life issue, only a small bit on the Mustang but interesting nevertheless. Also found the 1972 Competitive Facts Digest which the dealers used for brushing up on their sales pitch:

 

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Brett

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Whilst scouring the net I found the Mustang article from a 1971 Car Life issue, only a small bit on the Mustang but interesting nevertheless. Also found the 1972 Competitive Facts Digest which the dealers used for brushing up on their sales pitch:

 

 

 

Great find, thanks for sharing!

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How do you always find those things on the net?!

As ManniB said: Thanks for sharing!

 

Just stumbled across them while on the never-ending quest for all things 71-73.

 

All sorts of magazine goodies at the site in the links below:

 

http://mustangtek.com/Litterature.html

 

http://mustangtek.com/LibraryFordSales.html

 

http://mustangtek.com/LibraryFordTech.html

 

http://mustangtek.com/LibraryMagazines.html

 

http://mustangtek.com/Magazine2.html

 

http://mustangtek.com/LibraryMiscArticles.html

 

For me the links seem to work best in Internet Explorer instead of Firefox, but that could be because I'm running an ad-blocker on Firefox that might be interfering with the format of the sites.

 

 

Brett

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  • 1 year later...

Sorry to bump this up after 2 years, but I think it's worth mentioning that the Boss 351 shown there appears to be the prototype Boss 302 owned by forum member 71BossPrototype:

 

See: http://www.7173mustangs.com/thread-the-lost-1971-302-boss?page=2&highlight=lost+boss

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Mach 1 bumper, standard NACA hood and all...

 

-Kurt

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How to buy a '71-73 Mustang:

Rule #1: Assume all classic car sellers are guilty until proven innocent.

Rule #2: No classic car dealer is ever innocent; thus, they are all guilty.

Rule #3: Buy from trustworthy people: Fellow forum members. Visit 7173Mustang's For Sale forum.

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Now that a Valuble 1 of 1 Mustang

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Sorry to bump this up after 2 years, but I think it's worth mentioning that the Boss 351 shown there appears to be the prototype Boss 302 owned by forum member 71BossPrototype:

 

See: http://www.7173mustangs.com/thread-the-lost-1971-302-boss?page=2&highlight=lost+boss

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Mach 1 bumper, standard NACA hood and all...

 

-Kurt

Very cool find

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