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1965 Ford Mustang Owners Manual

1965 Ford Mustang Owners Manual

1965 Ford Mustang Owners Manual

1965 Ford Mustang Owners Manual

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1965 Ford Mustang Fastback Diecast Model Black 1:18 Die Cast Car

1965 Ford Mustang Owners Manual

  • Brand new diecast model, perfectly detailed and has new box.

This is a very detailed replica of 1/18 scale 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback diecast model car 1:18 scale die cast.
Opening Doors,
Opening Hood,
Opening Trunk,
Detailed Interior,
Rubber Tires,
Steerable Wheels,
Perfectly modeled engine,
Accurate Gauges and dash inside. 1964 Ford Mustang Fastback diecast model car 1:18 scale die cast makes great gift for
any car enthusiast. Dimensions L-9 (Approximate), H-3 25 (Approximate), W-4 (Approximate).

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Ford Mustang Owners Rejoice

Valdosta, GA (PRWEB) June 15, 2006

Valdosta, GA, June 15, 2006 – ModdedMustangs.com, a new web site that has been running for almost a year now, is one of the fastest growing resources for Ford Mustang enthusiasts everywhere. The web site features a blog that provides up to date news and information related to the Ford Mustang as well as an active forum where users can register for free and talk with other Mustang enthusiasts about all aspects related to this classic American car.

The Modded Mustang’s homepage has information on all aspects of Mustang ownership and tuning ranging from reviews to technical articles and tutorials to videos and a variety of other features. The web site is updated on a frequent basis and there are dozens of articles to browse through. The Modded Mustangs Forum is an active forum with tens of thousands of posts and members who visit on a frequent basis. Users can talk about various aspects of tuning Mustangs or buy/sell Mustang parts on the classified section of the forum. When asked why he created the web site, webmaster Joe Hayes said, “I wanted a place where Mustang enthusiasts can share their modding experiences and talk about their cars in a positive atmosphere with knowledgeable members.”

You can visit the web site at http://www.moddedmustangs.com

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