This page contains the names and descriptions of all articles published in Mustang Monthly during 1992; It does not contain the text of the articles — rather, it is a guide to assist you in locating which back issue might contain the information you need.
Mustang Monthly – January 1992
- The artistic talents of Charles Maher sparkle in his portrait of a 1967 Shelby GT-500. Maher owns Firesign Design in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
How To Install Hardened Exhaust Valve Seats
- New tricks for old cylinder heads, including valve guide tips.
How To Install An Engine Oil Cooler
- We outfit a street 5.0L with a Police Option engine oil cooler.
How To Date Decode Early Mustangs
- Sheet metal, glass, hinges, horns, and clamps offer clues to restorers.
The Super Package
- David White’s 5,600-mile ’69 Mach 1 SCJ never got to the line.
- Boysen Loesch found a ’64-1/2 Mustang with the works.
5.0l Budget Performance: The Low Cost Of Quick Times
- Steeda Autosports shifts gears and goes drag racing.
- Gary Schmidt’s ’73 Mach 1 survived the growing years.
A Salute To The ’67 Shelby
- Another significant model celebrates its 25th anniversary
Two Slight Changes
- Tom and Melanie Daniel’s ’67 GT-500 is concours perfect, plus…
Rare With Air
- Gregg Cly’s Lime Cold ’67 GT-350 has always been a cool Texas car.
Earning The Stripes
- Mike Miles’ green ’67 GT-350 picks up where the factory stopped.
Too Valuable To Drive
- Todd Jackson finds his ’67 Shelby’s worth on the highway.
A Rebuilt Road Car
- Bob Hoover’s early ’67 GT-350 gets attention on the highways.
How To Install A Mustang Hood Lock
- Keep your Mustang safe from tampering with two handy products.
Mustang Monthly – February 1992
Budget Guide, From A To Z — 26 Restoration Tips
- It May Not be Everything, But It’s More Than a Weekend.
How To Improve Your Mustang Suspension And Brakes
- We rid a ’70 SportsRoof of its handling and stopping woes.
How To Install An Auxiliary Fuel Pressure Gauge
- A simple and convenient late-model interior bolt-on.
A Postponed Shelby
- Rod Pezzano makes up for lost time in his ’66 Hertz GT-350.
Big Dreams In A Small-Block
- Larry Moore envisioned this 351-powered ’69 Mach 1.
Family Duty, Retired
- The Morrison’s reward their ’68 convertible for faithful service.
No Progress? Ha!
- Harold Kruckenberg took his time with a ’65 convertible.
Cutting In Line
- Terri Bohnsack’s choice: She restored her ’71 Mach 1 first.
5.0 Paint Tricks
- Mustang craft and color hits the late-model crowd.
Prairie Country Performance
- The 17th Annual Mid-America Shelby Meet, in Tulsa.
Queen City Convention
- Charlotte Motor Speedway hosts SAAC 16.
Gold Rush On The Coast
- The Nor-Cal Mini-Nats heat up Laguna Seca Raceway.
How To Upgrade Your Mustang’s Ignition System
- MSD provides new spark for old ponies.
Mustang Monthly – March 1992
Financing A Used Mustang
How To Buy A Mustang (Or Shelby)
- Without losing your shirt or giving away the store.
Selling Your Mustang
A Buyer’s Travel Satchel
Insuring A Used Mustang
The Plight Of The Mustang Buyer
Buyers And Smellers At The High End
Caveat Empty Promises
Buying A Used Late-Model Mustang
How To Identify Magnum 500 Wheels
- An in-depth look at a classic musclecar option.
How To Install Nitrous Oxide Injection
- Add a little N2O to your 5.0L Mustang for big horsepower gains.
- Craig Murdock’s ’68 Shelby GT-500 was a boondocks discovery.
Small Investment, Big Dividend
- Kelly White’s budget-level ’64-1/2 convertible paid off.
No Improvement Needed
- Diane Michaud may or may not restore her ’69 Mustang Mach 1.
Pony Of A Different Color
- Doug Cooper’s International Orange ’66 GT fastback is for real.
- Tom and Carol Podemski found a green ’70 Boss 302.
- Meiba Williams pulled her ’66 GT hardtop from the scrap heap.
In From The Outback
- Garnet Judd’s ’73 Mach 1 rides the Australian concours Trail.
A Pony In Constantine’s Court
- Meral and Suha Kurultay’s ’66 hardtop hails from Istanbul.
The Shelby From Hollviken
- From a sleepy town in Sweden there comes a mighty roar.
How To Install A Nine-Inch Rearend
- A strong vintage axle gives your late-model kick on the strip.
How To Replace Steering Column Bearings
- A quick fix for your worn and grinding steering column.
Mustang Monthly – April 1992
How To Install An Engine Compartment Wiring Harness
- Our ’66 Mustang 289-4V began to run rough. We attacked the problem.
How To Install A Classic Light Bar
- Vintage styling and less flex for your ’84-’92 Mustang convertible.
How To Paint A Rally-Pac
- Put new wrinkles in your elderly Pac.
Flashback To Fastbacks
- A brief history of the revolutionary Mustang body style.
Full Scale Model
- Chris Agee’s ’71 Mach 1 was ready for assembly. Some glue required.
- Joe Paradis’ Shelby GT-350H hits the fast lane in style.
Return To Performance
- Dennis Degner’s ’79 Mustang Indy Pace Car took the next step forward.
One Boss Plan
- Bill Black pinched and saved for his ’70 Boss 302.
Going For Gold
- Charles Wagner proves his ’68 GT fastback is a champion.
Red Hi-Po Combo
- Peter Klutt’s ’67 fastback blends performance and GTA style.
One Surprise After Another
- Should a ’69 GT-500 convertible be Grabber Green?
How To Install A Gt-40 Intake
- Action for your 5.0L engine, developed by Ford Motorsport.
Mustang Monthly – May 1992
Hot, Fun, And Affordable
- The “Daily Driver” Mustang rolls strongly into the ’90s.
Introducing… 1993 Cobra By Ford
- Ford is making up for lost pavement. And this one’s true!
How To: Install And Adjust A Throttle Position Sensor
- Tune your 5.0L’s TP sensor for improved air/fuel mixture.
Road Use Only
- Allen Harrison keeps his ’66 Hi-Po GT on the highway.
- Dave Trutter’s ’65 GT fastback proved more than a bargain.
- William Blank discovered treasure, a ’67 GT-350, in Puerto Rico.
- Tony Corad’s ’68 GT/CS has lived the good life on most coasts.
- Steven Dye’s ’70 Mach 1 drove from the parts bin to the show field.
Breaking The Rules
- Steve and Debbie Ames’ ’73 convertible is a Mustanger’s Holiday.
Aah, American: Steeda’s American/Sedan
- How else do you develop “race-proven” performance components?
How To: Identify Vintage Ford/Autolite Carburetors
- Locate the correct OEM carburetor for your early Mustang.
How To: Decode Late-Model Mustang Data Plates
- VINs, Exterior Colors, Body Types, Vinyl Roof, and Body Side Moldings.
How To: Identify 351 Windsor And Cleveland Engines
- The facts on powerplants in the ’69 and ’70 Mustangs.
Mustang Monthly – June 1992
How To: Install Mustang Bucket Seat Upholstery
- Brighten your Mustang interior with new threads.
How To: Tune Up Your 5.0l Engine
- Confused by computers, sensors, and injectors? We take the mystery out of basic and extended vehicle maintenance.
The 1992 Motorsport/Svo Performance Equipment Catalog
- Better than “Home Alone,” MTV, and “Unsolved Mysteries.”
- We debut the ’92 Boss by Kar Kraft and ’92-1/2 Steeda Mustang.
One Saleen, The Easy Way
- We reach completion of our 5.0L Budget Build-up.
- Jan and Marge Howell’s ’68 hardtop is more than a show winner.
- After 15 years, Robert Macabobby rediscovered his ’71 Mach 1.
- Bought in pieces, Kelvin Ali’s ’65 fastback is together again.
- Bob and Rochelle McNeal restored a rare pink ’67 convertible.
- A former beater, Harris Ladner’s ’66 Sprint cruises the Concours circuit.
How To: Decode Late-Model Mustang Data Plates
- Part Two: Air Conditioning, Tape Stripe Color, Radio, Sun/Moon Roof, Rear Axle, Transmission, Springs, and D.S.O.
Mustang Monthly – July 1992
How To: Upgrade Your Early Mustang Fuel Tank
- A 20-gallon tank will give your ’65-’68 Mustang longer legs.
How To: Install Marchal Fog Lights On A Mustang Lx
- Also: We Rewire GT Fog Light Harnesses.
Jump To The Dream
- A Cobra Jet ’69 Mach 1 launched William Smith into Mustangs.
The Big Circle
- Don and Shirley Miller’s departed ’70 Mach 1 returned home.
- John Binge’s ’71 Mach 1 rides the Far Pacific.
- Ed Protain turned classroom daydreams to ’73 Mach 1 reality.
Street Muscle Supreme
- Ford’s Mustang Mach 1 rode point in the Performance Wars.
Just The Right One
- Paul and Carolyn LiCalsi’s ’65 fastback fits the job description.
Action! Street And Strip Lx
- Jeff Reasons’ 1989 Mustang rules the stomping grounds.
How To: Decode Late-Model Mustang Data Plates
- Part Three: Interior Trim Codes.
- Frank Reynolds’ concours ’69 GT-500 is ready again for the strip.
Cross Country In A ’64-1/2 Convertible
- This Mustanger drove his Mustang to the coastal limits.
Mustang Monthly – August 1992
How To: Install And Clean A K&N Air Filter
- Improve performance, and save money on standard paper filters.
How To: Install Special Service Underhood Hoses
- Increase dependability, and reduce your maintenance chores.
- Carl Platt’s Candyapple Red ’66 convertible is pure Americana.
- Bob and Susan Stone vow to keep their California Special rolling.
A Dream For The Decades
- The ’65 Mustang casts its spell on a young woman.
Rx For Stress
- Ray Ferrell found a cure in a ’72 Mustang convertible.
How To: Restore Your Mustang
- The works! Budgeting, Scheduling, Suppliers, Techniques, and Tips.
- The Mustang SVO met the Far East challenge, and launched Ford Motorsport/SVO with credibility and power.
Climbing The Ladder
- Ray Bryan worked up to a ’70 Boss 302.
Mustang Monthly – September 1992
How To: Clean Cruise Control Brushes
- Your late-model Mustang needs regular auto-pilot maintenance.
The Longest Deal
- It took Wayne Johnson over a year to buy his ’68 GT-500 convertible.
The Heart Knows Best
- Elizabeth Calton guided her ’67 Mustang from bad times to today.
How To: Detail A 289 Mustang Engine
- More tips from the experts on concours finishing.
How To: Seal Your Late-Model Air Conditioning Lines
- Save freon and keep your engine cleaner with a simple repair kit.
How To: Repair Cowl Vent Leaks
- An effective and lasting fix for minor rust damage.
Back On Track
- Walt Hane’s ’65 hardtop takes race driver and fans back 20 years.
The Mustang Gang At Maple Grove
- Running horses dominated the 1992 Ford Motorsport Nationals.
A ’66 For The Springtime
- Gary Pietraniec celebrates the season in his Springtime Yellow hardtop.
53 Dents And A Box Of Parts
- Beriae Doty turned a ragged ’70 Boss 302 into a keeper.
Main Street Thunder
- The 429 engine ruled the high banks, and ’69 Boss 429s hit the highways.
- John Stastney prepped his ’72 Grande for “Unrestored” competition.
Mustang Monthly’s 1992 Catalog Directory Showcase
Mustang Monthly – October 1992
How To: Install Dual Exhausts On Your 2.3l Mustang
- Walker’s Dynomax System offers alternatives to all Mustang owners.
How To: Install Special Service Floorpan Reinforcements
- A structural flaw in the late-model Mustang is easily fixed.
How To: Fix A Clutch And Brake Pedal Shaft Support Assembly
- Replacement and repair tips, plus pivot shaft R&R, too.
History In The Making: The 5.0l Mustang
- A decade of performance, and still running like crazy.
- Parental guidance helped steer an ’82 GT to perfection.
More Than A Name
- Mark DeHoff’s ’88 5.0L LX redefines “Street Performer.”
- Randy and Sharon Schmeling got an ’88 Saleen for free. Almost.
- Arden Winesdorfer got a rusty ’66 Mustang from his son.
The Right Call
- Communication put Kenny Christensen’s ’65 fastback on the fast track.
- Out of the blue, Max Dilley’s ’67 GTA became a show stopper.
Symphony Of Torque
- Tom Hoy gets his grins in a ’69 SportsRoof Cobra Jet Mustang.
- Someone went for options on the Podemski’s 1971 Mach 1.
Mustang Monthly – November 1992
How To: Replace A Mustang Clutch Assembly
- Your clutch may be the weak link in your powertrain.
How To: Replace A Water Pump
- Every early Mustang eventually needs this repair.
How To: Install A ’90 Mustang Armrest
- Making room for the component that Ford (maybe) forgot.
Red, White And Beautiful
- Norman Weintraub offers his tribute to the ’66 Shelby convertibles.
The Sweet Reward
- Mike Saathoff’s modified 67 fastback packs a punch.
Grabber Blue Special
- Don McCammond drove his ’70 Mustang out of the bargain bin.
The Blue Angel
- Hot looks and performance in a snappy late-model package.
Presto: The New Breed
- Keith Allison turned an ’84 GT driver into an ’88 showfield champ.
- Mild on the outside, Bob Whirrett’s ’89 LX Mustang has a secret.
- The Richardsons’ ’64-l/2 convertible is Strictly Grade A.
Tine Stands Still
- Mike and Kathleen Ambrosy’s ’72 Mach 1 qualifies for “Preserved Class.”
’93 Cobra Test Drive: A Quick Ride On A Long Road
- Dateline Detroit: Ford’s new package offers refinement, power and style.
Class In Session: History 289
- Vintage photos and literature put the early Mustangs in perspective.
The Worldwide Club Directory
- The Mustang Monthly bi-annual listing of Mustang clubs and registries.
Mustang Monthly – December 1992
The Big Question: How Much?
- If it didn’t come down to the cost of things, we’d own one of each. A big look at the little things that add up.
Budget 5.0l Performance
- Taking it from the top, and we take it to the bottom line.
How To: Replace A Late-Model Starter
- We opt for a new lightweight starter kit for our 5.0L Mustang.
How To: Swap A Mustang Rear Axle Housing
- A common rebuilding procedure is demystified in 12 steps.
How To: Detail A Mustang Rear Axle
- First generation V8s shared common factory characteristics.
Ford’s Own Modified
- A limited-production mid-’92 convertible hits the showrooms.
- John Williams’ mild-looking ’69 hardtop packs a secret punch.
- Street action, show trophies, and drag racing victories for a Cobra Jet Mach 1.
How To Treat Your Boss
- Billy McDaniel’s ’70 Boss 302 finally gets respect.
- Lisa Guest’s ’71 Grande blends Mustang luxury with Ram Air power.
The Dark Horse Wins
- Wayne DuBois placed his bet on a ’66 Mustang GT fastback.
Trade For This & That
- Heavy bartering earned Tommy Moore a showpiece ’68 Shelby GT-500.
26 And Holding
- Farrel and Brenda Buis’ unrestored ’67 convertible defines “low miles.”
Go Leads To Show
- The highway years led Mark Brockman’s ’65 GT convertible to Gold.
Sum Of The Parts
- Gary Patterson created his own dream late-modeI Mustang.