This page contains the names and descriptions of all articles published in Mustang Monthly during 1993; 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 1993
How To: Install A Power Antenna
- Avoid vandalism and car wash damage with a deluxe addition.
How To: Install A Mustang Fuel Door Lock
- Deter theft and vandalism with a Ford remote-opening device.
How To: Build A Hood Latch Release Guard
- Stop unauthorized access to your engine area.
How To: Install A Stop Action Anti-Theft Device
- Protect your property from theft and carjacking.
How To: Replace Early Mustang Rear Suspension Components
- A common rebuilding procedure is demystified in 12 steps.
How To: Detail A Cobra 289 Engine
- Fine points for the ’65 and ’66 Shelby GT-350 powerplants.
A Festive Gathering
- The German Mustang Meet ’92 drew from many countries.
Shelby: The Big Bang Theory
- The first Mustangs got the Carroll Shelby treatment in a mighty way.
A Fine Checkered Past
- Fran Kress owns and drives a veteran R-model with a first class pedigree.
Showtime In The Rockies
- This single-purpose ’66 GT-350 still packs a punch.
- Talk of a ’66 Hertz Shelby led Terry Hall to the jackpot.
Changing With The Times
- Greg Nester’s Brittany Blue ’67 GT-350 made up for the Shelby he wished he hadn’t sold.
- A ’68 GT-500KR brought Rick and Jeff Bellamy to the bargaining table.
Love ‘Em And Drive ‘Em
- Frank Reynolds can’t wait to hit the highway in his Grabber Blue ’69 Shelby.
The High Note
- Bruce and Brenda Larson’s fine ’70 Shelby GT-500 convertible marked a fine finale.
How To: Identify ’65-’70 Shelby Tires
- A guide to spotting rare vintage performance tires.
- Marc Duebber’s modified ’88 is a workhorse.
Mustang Monthly – February 1993
Feature: We Celebrate Our 15th Anniversary!
- After one and one-half decades of magazine excellence, each of our readers deserves a thank you.
How To: Install A Six-Cylinder Exhaust System
- Run quieter and safer with a simple maintenance task.
How To: Replace Late-Model Disc Brake Pads
- In two Sections, we service and replace both front and rear systems.
- Jerry Wilson’s ’70 SportsRoof is a Cobra Jet for sure.
Color! How To: Detail Your Mustang Undercarriage
- Understanding certain assembly procedures can help you reach perfection.
Bridge To Performance
- A ’67 fastback GTA drives Kurt Thornell to the Winner’s Circle.
The Special Edition
- Nick Varela ordered a ’93 Steeda Mustang with “the works.”
Believing In Magic
- Ken Smith’s ’66 GT-350 is rolling proof of Shelby magic.
Bells And Whistles, Except
- Mike Murphy’s ’65 GT convertible is minus some options.
Always Out Front
- Bruce Weiss’ 1970 Cobra Jet Convertible is a true Pace Setter.
A Northwest Original
- Bob Hooper’s ’66 GT hardtop took a nap and came out ready.
- Linda Buchheit’s ’67 convertible brightens the Washington scenery.
- Mike and Lynda Anderson found a pristine ’70 Mach 1.
How To: Replace Mustang Weatherstripping
- A quick body and window fix, for an early Mustang, on a rainy day.
Mustang Monthly – March 1993
How To: Buy A Mustang Now
- Great timing, great deals. This could be when to make your move.
How To: Install Legal, Free-Breathing 5.0l Exhaust
- We upgrade two late-model Mustangs with Thrush, Texas Turbo, and Walker Dynomax components.
How To: Replace ’65-’66 Air Conditioning Vents
- Beautify your early Mustang evaporator unit in minutes.
Special Feature: Praise Where It Belongs
- The North Texas Mustang Club sends Ford and overdue message.
How To: Install A Daily Driver A/C Compressor
- Upgrading both six- and eight-cylinder early Mustangs.
Leader Of The Pack
- Kevin and Mary Beth Kelly fell for this superb ’65 K-GT fastback.
The Early Gift
- Lawrence and Lu Harvey celebrate the years with a ’73 convertible.
A Mustang For Marcella
- With perseverance and luck, Mrs. Knight got a new ’65 hardtop.
Sneak A Peek
- Nelson Bender snuck a peek at his ’68 GT convertible in advance.
The Fun Rolls On
- In Montana, the Cigler family keeps a ’66 Shelby GT-350H at speed.
- Bob Vance’s Shelby search led him to a ’68 GT-350 convertible.
Screaming For Fun
- Patrick and Carol Lamy even drive their race-rigged ’86 GT to work.
Vintage Quarter Horses
- Factory drag racing turned to the Mustang, once upon a time…
Growing With A Legend
- Dennis Bujak’s ’69 Boss 429 has improved over the years.
Mustang Monthly – April 1993
1993 Parts And Services Directory
International Club Roster
How To: Rebuild An A/C Evaporator Case
- Plus: Install a modem evaporator core in your ’67 or ’68 Mustang.
How To: Replace Early Mustang Floorpans
- Our ’67 Project Car gets a sheetmetal fix.
From Shell To Shine
- Eric Kauffmann built his ’67 fastback from scratch.
Dial M For Mustang
- Keith Hazley ring up a ’65 fastback champion.
- Two decades after buying it, Gerry Swanson drives her ’69 Mach 1.
How To: Install A Daily Driver A/C Underdash Unit
- We complete the system installation on a ’66 Mustang convertible.
How To: Restore A Cracked And Chipped Steering Wheel
- The Mustang repair you’ve needed for years, in just a few hours.
All The Right Pieces
- Tom Huber’s 428 Cobra Jet ’68 Mustang is totally unique.
Shelby Takes The Throne
- Reg and Sheila Nelson’s ’68 Shelby GT-500KR rules the wild north.
From Match Box To Big-Blocks
- A ’69 Cobra Jet Mach 1 fulfilled Michael White’s childhood fantasy.
How To: Install Steeda T-5 Shifter Bushings
- Five easy steps to more precise shifting of late-model Mustangs.
The Goin’ Show Pony
- Wanda Ring’s ’87 GT convertible steps high and goes anywhere.
Sneak Preview: The New Mustang Mach Iii
- Return to Mach Speed. Hints of the past. Promise for the future.
Mustang Monthly – May 1993
How To: Install An Early Mustang Interior
- Dress it up with fresh paint, interior panels, seatbelts and carpet.
How To: Prepare And Tow A Trailer
- We offer safety and purchasing tips for the Mustang enthusiast.
How To: Install A 5.0l Performance Ignition
- The MSD 6AL Ignition Control System can boost performance and economy.
Always In The Family
- Karl and Diane Eisleben’s ’66 convertible rolls with tradition.
- Gary Faules’ 427-powered ’68 GT-500 travels the fast lane daily.
Destined For Rain?
- Jean and Jack Penn’s ’65 convertible keeps looking for sunshine.
- Jim Clark’s ’73 convertible is the perfect mountain cruiser.
Oval Track Star
- Mustang set the pace brightly for the 1964 Indianapolis 500.
First Test: We Drive The Hot New ’93 Saleen
- A quick convertible in the hills of Southern California. Much fun!
How To: Install A Passenger Side Rearview Mirror
- Add safety and symmetry to your early Mustang.
How To: Identify Cleveland Exhaust Manifolds
- A quick test. Can you spot the correct manifold for your engine?
No Pros Allowed
- John Watjen gave his ’66 convertible a big league restoration.
Supreme Road Duty
- Officer Mike Alameda tests the limits in his ’71 Cobra Jet Mach 1.
Mustang Monthly – June 1993
- or, HOW TO Track Down a Rare Mustang Race Car.
- Ron Loomis turns back time in his ’66 GT convertible.
How To: Identify Hi-Po Engine Components
- Getting down to the nitty-gritty of internal parts and pieces.
How To: Restore Your Early Mustang Dash
- We wrap up our ’67 interior upgrade with new dash components…and a shot of paint.
How To: Install A High Volume Fuel Pump
- Boost fuel power to your hungry 5.0L with a 155 lph fuel pump.
- Bill Kniffin’s 11-second LX rewrites the “street muscle” definition.
A Salute To The Boss
- From 1969 to 1971, Boss Mustangs road the peak of musclecar performance.
Large Time In Thin Air
- Al Kukla’s ’70 Boss 302 roams in High Country Style.
Boss Of Inner Realm
- High Country Style. Floyd Garrett’s low mileage Boss 429 sets a shining example.
- Vernon and Brenda Wiggs’ 1970 Boss 302 topped the wedding cake.
Hunting For Cleveland
- Terry Richard finds the fun of owning a ’71 Boss 351.
How To: Upgrade Your Early Mustang Suspension
- Rebuild your Mustang’s front suspension for modern road use.
Mustang Monthly – July 1993
How To: Install 5.0l High-Performance Roller Rockers
- Add horsepower and valvetrain efficiency with Ford Motorsport’s aluminum rocker arms.
How To: Install Corrosion-Resistant Battery Terminals
- Pro-Start International’s Connector Terminals eliminate corrosion to keep your Mustang’s battery clean and working.
Standing Out(Back)…From The Crowd
- Mark Evans’ 1965 fastback is concours correct, in Australia.
- George Barber ordered his Auto Kraft Grabber GT to perfection.
90,000 Miles And Running Strong
- A modified ’88 5.0L Mustang LX goes the distance.
How To: Stiffen And Strengthen A Mustang Chassis
- We install the Kenny Brown Chassis Kit for better handling.
How To: Restore ’65-’66 Mustang Taillight Assemblies
- California Mustang’s repair kit makes your Mustang concours correct and highway safe.
- Dick Bridges’ Cobra Jet ’69 Mach 1 has right parts in original places.
Free Form Reward
- Bobby Shrader flexed creative license with his ’89 GT convertible.
Rare Road Delight
- Sam Pampenella’s ’66 Shelby GT-350 convertible hits the highway.
Rescue In The Bayou
- Once a barnyard bucket, Gary Sensebe’s ’68 GT hardtop now shines.
Reaching For The Top
- Harry and Marsha Kulp’s “last convertible” now runs in First Place.
Power Of The Python
- A snake on the streets, and a shark on the track!
How To: Install A Low-Temp High-Performance Thermostat
- A 180-degree thermostat can add power and boost the efficiency of your 5.0L Mustang.
How To: Flush And Balance Late-Model Injectors
- Flow balancing fuel injectors can add driveability, economy and performance.
How To: Install A 73mm Mass Air Flow Meter
- Enhance your 5.0L’s induction system with Steeda’s High Performance MAF meter.
How To: Replace Your Door Window Regulator
- We solve an age-old Mustang problem with a Ford part.
Mustang Monthly – August 1993
- Don Englehart bought a Hertz Shelby GT-350 from his Ford dealer.
How To: Detail Your Trunk For Show Competition
- Simple and inexpensive changes can win you points and attention.
How To: Restore Your Vintage Hood Latch
- Tips on correctly finishing an important Mustang component.
How To: Convert Front Drum To Disc Brakes
- We upgrade the safety of our Project ’67 Mustang.
Muscle For The Masses
- The Mach 1 Mustang took Total Performance to the street.
A Mustang In Hand…
- Wes Pepper learned that a Mach 1 in the garage beats two on the lot.
- Don McCammond’s sons helped beautify his ’73 Mach 1.
Doing Time On The Line
- Phil Quinn marks the years in a ’71 Super Cobra Jet Mach 1.
Recipe For Perfection
- Rod Stoelting found strength and elegance in a ’70 Cobra Jet Mach 1
- Billy Dobbs turned a stripped-out ’65 convertible into a Southern show champ.
Little Engine, Big Fun
- Ken Ehier puts his six-cylinder ’67 hardtop through the paces.
- Dave Pacini picks up the dream in an ’87 LX Mustang.
Beverly Hills 90210 289-4v
- One good image deserves another. Jason Priestley shows America the joys of Mustanging.
How To: Install A Heavy Duty Radiator
- Upgrade your late-model cooling system for the hot action ahead.
How To: Install Late-Model Auxiliary Gauges
- Add form and function without loosing A/C performance.
Mustang Monthly – September 1993
The Gt Years: 1965-1969
- Ford raised American luxury driving to new heights, and the first-generation Mustang GTs led the charge.
Playing A Favorite
- Charles and Helen Reichert choose the ’67 GT convertible as the premier American Pony.
How To: Install A Budget 5.0 Drake System
- Better stopping… on a dime.
How To: Install A Late-Model Adjustable Clutch Quadrant
- BBK’s custom-adjust aluminum quadrant kit puts bite into heavy-duty clutch performance.
How To: Install Jba Shorty Headers And Dual Exhaust
- Add performance and free breathing to your early Mustang. A solution to adapting a late-model 302 engine.
Carving A Niche
- Tommy Barrett’s 390-powered ’68 GT fastback is a slice of Ford Muscle Pie.
R Is For Rambunctious
- In new R-Model trim, Robert Varcoe’s ’65 Shelby hits the limelight.
- The ’85 Mustang GT convertible is already nine years old. Is it next on the roster of true collectibles?
Top Down In High Country
- Brent Mullen’s ’66 GT convertible climbs the mountain to success.
- That ’72 Mustang in the ad may have sounded like a dog, but…
- Ron Nordling wanted a Mach 1 Cobra Jet driver. He got more than he bargained for.
- Siegfried and Elvira Grunze’s Q-Code ’73 hardtop continues to make the grade.
How To: Add A Cobra Grille To Your ’87-’93 Mustang
- Find vintage (and future) style with Dugan Racing/Mustang’s new accessory.
Mustang Monthly – October 1993
How To: Identify Early Mustang Tags And Labels
- The rhyme and reason for certain items on certain cars.
How To: Repair A Mustang Four-Speed Shifter
- Fix that broken reverse lock-out wire in an hour, and save some bucks in the process.
How To: Identify And Install Early Mustang Clamps
- Seize the moment…and stop that leak correctly.
Mirror Of Perfection
- A ’69 Mustang Grande’ puts the gleam in Don Windsor’s eyes.
Wait For The Grandkids!
- Jerry Finley never saw the Mustang as a family car, until now.
- Brian Benick keeps the good times rolling in his ’71 Mach 1.
Update: Mustang 30th Anniversary Nears
- Plans are rolling as owners and fans prepare for the MCA’s party.
How To: Choose Concours Restoration Tools
- Having the right equipment for rebuilding a Mustang or Shelby can save the hobbyist considerable time and money.
There And Back Again
- After storming the showfield, Mark Linenburg’s ’65 convertible returns to its roots.
Big Sky Salute
- Carl Gocksch’s ’67 GT-350 roams the range in true Shelby spirit.
How To: Upgrade A Mustang Ignition System
- Crane Cams puts legal spark under your 5.0 hood.
How To: Install An Adjustable Fuel Pressure Regulator
- Get a grip on high-performance fuel management, in an afternoon.
To Be Continued…
- Call Brian Bossone’s ’88 GT the Perpetual Project Pony.
Down, But Never Out
- Hard times only improved Howard Rowley’s ’90 GT hatchback.
How To: Bulletproof Your 8.8-Inch Rearend
- Beef-up your stock rearend for performance street/strip action with a few choice ingredients.
International Club Roster
- Our semi-annual update of Mustang clubs and registries across the globe.
- Dan Lawless restored his ’68 GT-350 convertible in fits and stages.
Mustang Monthly – November 1993
They Got It Right!
- The 1994 Mustang is really new, honestly exciting, and almost here.
How To: Rebuild Your 289 Engine
- Sooner or later, every small-block Ford needs attention.
How To: Install A Remote Trunk Release
- An option reproduction adds convenience to your vintage Mustang.
- Karl and Diane Eisleben’s ’66 GT convertible once sheltered mice. Now it’s homing in on trophies.
- Randy Fleeman’s ’68 GT-350 has finally found a home.
- Robert Johansson’s ’69 Mach 1 heats up the cool Swedish highways.
You Want To Know What?
- Gary Hilb asked a simple question. The answer was everything but.
- George Kinnison’s ’73 convertible is the final word in droptop fun.
- Carroll Shelby’s own GT-500 gets plenty of use.
How To: Install A Late-Model “Street Stick”
- B&M’s shifter adds great looks and better shifting to your AOD.
How To: Upgrade Your Throttle Body And Egr Spacer
- BBK has an emissions-legal large-bore answer.
Diary Of A Gt
- From floorpan to finished product with Aaron and Teresa Gardner’s ’85 GT convertible.
- Marty DeWinter’s ’90 GT proves that fast cars can look good, too.
How To: Reupholster Vintage Mustang Seats
- Add fresh vinyl for years of feel-good, look-good highway fun.
- With his ’66 Shelby, Tommy Smith marks a lifelong admiration of Ford muscle.
Mustang Monthly – December 1993
40+ Quick & Easy Weekend Projects
- Monroe Weathers of Mustangs West offers advice on quick and easy tasks in maintaining and restoring your Mustang.
How To: Rebuild Your 289 Small Block V-8
- Part Two: Cleaning your internal engine parts. Machine shop work. Inside the Engine, Phase 1.
Saac-18: Gonzo At The Glen
- The Shelby crowd goes for sizzling asphalt, Kevlar radiator hoses, and 104-octane sun block. Hot times in Watkin Glen.
Is Enough Enough?
- This 427-powered ’67 Shelby GT-500 doesn’t know when to say when.
A Family Member
- Christine Brozo is looking great in her ’68 convertible.
How To: Update Your Early Mustang A/C System
- Vintage Air’s R-134A air conditioning offers environmentally safe operation for vintage ponies.
Dateline Dearborn: More On The ’94
- One rumor confirmed, 99 to go.
- The Dayhoffs’ 1965 GT takes the high road in powerful style.
It’s Been To School
- Jim and Rita Boniello reclaimed their ’66 Mustang convertible.
- After 230 false starts, Brian Fenner found his dream.
Part-Time Work, Big Time Muscle
- Dick Knight traded his leisure time for a Cobra Jet ’69 Mach 1.
Long Range Plan
- Mitch Napier learned that Boss 351s come great to those who wait.
How To: Install An Efi Nitrous System
- The Nitrous Works has an effective answer to Mustang performance blues.
How To: Prepare For Late-Model Collectibility
- All the bells and whistles you’ll need in 2023…or 1995.
Slick On The Strip
- Steven von Ahn’s ’90 Mustang LX is the ultimate in go and show.
Special Vehicle Offered…And Accepted
- Hard to sell an SVO in the ’80s? It soon may be hard to buy one.
End Run Performance
- Too fast for collectors, 107 “R Model” Mustang Cobras are headed for track action.
Too Much? Never!
- Carl Lind’s HiPo ’66 Mustang fastback is a high point in his range of Ford muscle.