1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1--Yellow

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Mustang 1964 1/2-1973  The period covered in this colorful photohistory represents the most collectible Mustang model years, and top automotive journalist Mike Mueller examines all the hardtops, convertibles, and fastbacks of the era, along with the phenomenal sales Mustang posted in its extended first year, the design changes and special performance editions of the 1960s, associations with race legends like Carroll Shelby, the role Lee Iacocca played in the car's introduction, and the marketing tactics that helped make the Mustang an American classic. The author's brilliant modern color photographs of factory original cars are accompanied by nostalgic period sales literature and behind-the-scenes black-and-white photography depicting Mustang development.   10 x 10, 156 pages, 150 color and 50 b&w pictures

 

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Gone in 60 Seconds (Original)  (1974)  Actor/Director H.B. Halicki's masterpiece, this is probably the purest car chase film ever made, and a personal favorite. The final car chase is a 42 minute finale that roars through five Los Angeles-basin towns and destroys 93 cars in the process. It's a masterpiece of stunt driving, down-and-dirty photography, and sharp, furious cutting; the unsung hero of the picture is editor Warner Leighton, who paces the film perfectly and never lets it stall.  A cult classic.  DVD

 

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