The photos in this edition are black and white.
The styling of Ford's muscle and pony cars of the 1960s and 1970s is amazing, but their performance in some areas just isn't up to date. So what do you do if you want the classic look of a vintage Mustang, Cougar, or Gran Torino, but the power, handling, and drivability of a modern performance car? Build a high-performance Ford Restomod
How to Build Ford Restomod Street Machines shows you how to modify your vintage Ford to accelerate, stop, corner, and ride as good as if not better than Detroit's best new high-performance cars. Don't subject your classic Ford to a life of garage time, trailer rides, outdated factory- original performance, and the occasional Sunday cruise - build it to run hard.
Author Tony Huntimer uses over 300 photos to show you how to upgrade your engine, drivetrain, chassis, suspension, body, and interior to make your ride a stand-out performer using factory and aftermarket parts. He even covers many Ford-specific upgrades, including the Granada brake swap and the popular Shelby Mod.
Huntimer is also the author of the best-selling CarTech title How To Build and Modify GM Pro-Touring Street Machines.