Ford Mustang is arguably America's most iconic muscle car. This lavishly illustrated book conducts readers through Mustang's 50-plus years of continuous production, focusing on the most interesting and popular models.
This limited edition of Art of the Mustang celebrates over 50 years of iconic muscle car production!
The Ford Mustang is arguably America's most iconic muscle car. With some 10 million cars built, the brand is recognized and admired worldwide. This lavishly illustrated book, full of stunning studio photography, walks the reader through more than 50 years of Mustang history, focusing on the most interesting and popular models.
From the first six-cylindered Mustang of 1964 1/2 through the heavy metal Boss and Mach 1 versions to today's all-new 2015 Mustang, Art of the Mustang is a detailed visual overview of Mustang's greatest hits, including anniversary and pace cars, high-performance models, SVO specials, and Shelby's high-profile offerings.
Photographer Tom Loeser's stunning 'light-painted' images are given context by informative text hitting the high points of each featured car, while period ads and brochures help round out the story. It's the closest, clearest look you can get of these ponies without seeing them in person.
This collector's edition of Art of the Mustang is limited to just 500 copies. Each copy of the book is hand numbered and features a page signed by both the author and photographer. Also inside the presentation case are four framable photographic art prints of Mustangs featured in the book. This Motorbooks' limited edition belongs in your Mustang library.
Photographer Tom Loeser specializes in motorsports photography. He has spent 12 years shooting auto racing for events such as Long Beach Grand Prix, Denver Grand Prix, St. Pete Grand Prix, and 12 hours of Sebring.
As editor of Mustang Monthly magazine, Donald Farr has been researching and writing about Mustangs for over 30 years. In addition to his magazine work, Donald authored Mustang Boss 302: Ford's Trans-Am Ponycar and co-wrote How to Restore Your Mustang and the Mustang Recognition Guide with Mustang Monthly founder Larry Dobbs. Donald was inducted into the Mustang Hall of Fame in 2012.
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