Mustang Books for Mustang Enthusiasts

As a writer, there's nothing I enjoy more than writing about the Ford Mustang. Well, nothing more than actually getting behind the wheel of one. That said, I'm not the first writer to share this admiration. Many have come before me, and many will surely follow. I mean, really, what's not to love about the Ford Mustang?

That said, I've gathered a collection of Ford Mustang books for those looking to study up on one of the finest vehicles in automotive history. Whether you're a fan of the classic, a late-model fan, or a fan of both, you'll find something here to suit your needs.

When it comes to the Ford Mustang, this book, by author Mike Mueller, has it all. We're talking about the iconic Boss Mustang, Shelby Mustangs, the Mach 1, the anniversary models, even the models that could have been.

Who better to write a Mustang book than a Mustang enthusiast? Bob Fria, the author of this book, is the owner of the first VIN numbered pre-production Mustang hardtop, 5F07U100002. The book, which is licensed by Ford Motor Co., takes a detailed look at the history of the Ford Mustang's conception, including the Fairlane Committee, then and now. It also features an introduction by Lee Iacocca.

This book covers Shelby American's forty-plus years; from the first Cobra produced in 1962 to the Shelby GT500KR Mustang. The book is some serious reading, at around 256 pages, but well worth it.

Released shortly before his passing, this authorized biography by Rinsey Mills takes us through the life of the iconic legend, Carroll Shelby. This book is the complete, authorized biography of Carroll Shelby and includes images from Shelby's personal collection.
Ford’s Mustang is the most popular American performance car of all time, and it’s supported by a huge aftermarket devoted to increasing its performance and improving its looks. This book includes more than 52 weekend projects for the Mustang enthusiast.
This book includes more than 250 photos of more than 80 different Ford Mustangs. It also includes detailed performance stats and important historical dates.
This restoration guide is loaded with photos, codes, charts, and original factory literature for Mustangs 1964 1/2 through 1973. It also includes part numbers as well as restoration tips and time savers.
Looking for a Fox Body Mustang? Well, this book is a good place to get detailed information on Mustangs 1979-2004.
The 2005 Mustang marked the beginning of a new era of Pony Car. This book traces its evolution from design to the assembly line, and beyond. This book aims to explain how Ford Group Vice President of Design J. Mays and the Ford team created the all new Mustang.
This book is designed to help owners make the most of their 5-liter Mustangs. It features 35 different performance projects ranging from beginner to advanced.
This book explores Mustangs of the 60s and 70s for the potential Mustang buyer. In particular it features rating charts highlighting collectibility, reliability, and parts and service availability.
Are you a fan of Mustang collectibles? If so, this book is for you. It describes, in detail, the individual stories behind promotional models, toys, banners and clocks, drinking glasses, posters, matchbooks and more.
This book explores the expansive history of the Ford Mustang. It includes interviews with key Mustang figures as well as a detailed look at key Mustang events over the years.
This all-color book details legendary Mustang editions such as the Shelby, Mach I, Boss, Cobra Jet, Fox-chassis models, and even the 2001. Four decades of production and body styles are featured with modern color photography.
The Ford Mustang is known for its special editions. The Shelby, Bullitt, you name it. These special-edition vehicles are the thing of legends. This book includes historical, production and technical details needed for collecting or restoring special-edition Mustangs.
This book includes facts and figures to present a model-by-model, option-by-option collection of the best-of-the-breed Mustangs. It includes Shelbys, Mach 1s, GTs, and 5.0 models and convertibles.
This illustrated, detailed restoration guide features instructions for restoring a Mustang to original condition.
The book is broken out into projects that concentrate on specific aspects of the Mustang, including engine, drivetrain, chassis, suspension and steering, brakes, wheels and tires, body, and interior.