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New Here

Welcome to the site. I'm glad you like it. We could always use more visitors, so feel free to tell others about the site.
Steve N. Mustangs - Site Owner

1992 limited edition convertibles

I believe there were 3,333 1992 limited edition convertibles. (Information obtained from - As for the other stats, I'm not too sure. I'll keep my eyes open
Steve N. Mustangs - Site Owner Site Update

Well, as you may have noticed, has had a complete site redesign. It has been completely re-created from the ground up and should hopefully allow for more flexibility and better growth options for the future.

Because of the recent change, there may be some bad links, or bugs out there still to work out. I tested the site for quite some time before it went live, but chances are there will be some things I missed. If you find any bad links or problems, please Let me know.
Steve N. Mustangs - Site Owner

1964 1/2

The best way is if you can take a look at the data plate on the door. If you've got the numbers that are on there you can check out what it all means (including the month/year it was built on the 65-73 decoder page at

Hopefully this is what you were looking for.
Steve N. Mustangs - Site Owner

New Message Boards

I've upgraded the Message Boards and am using a different service. The new boards are much better than the old.

All the recent posts and membership info should have been transferred, so you shouldn't need to re-register, but your old password will not work. It has been reset to a new password. If you can't get on with your new password, or never received one by mail, let me know.

I had to manually transfer all the old data, so I only got the past few months' worth of posts. If you want to view an older message you can go into the Archives board to view the old board.
Steve N. Mustangs - Site Owner

Ford announces new 2005 Mustang

� Thread started on: Jan 6th, 2004, 01:13am �
Ford has officially announced the new 2005 Mustang! For information on the new Mustang go here:

For Pictures, go here:
Steve N. Mustangs - Site Owner

Re: Well....

� Reply #2 on: Dec 18th, 2003, 8:07pm �
Ouch! I feel your pain. That pretty much just sucks.
Steve N. Mustangs - Site Owner

What is an 1983 Mustang GT with T-tops worth?

� Reply #1 on: Aug 18th, 2003, 10:43pm �
I think you're in luck. Check out

It's Kelly Blue Book. If you click on "Private Party Value" under "What's My Blue Book Value" you can select all the information about your car. Fortunately for you they do list 1983 models, but that is the oldest year they list. From there you'd just select the different options the car has, it's mileage and condition and it'll tell you about how much it's worth.
Steve N. Mustangs - Site Owner

Need help about paint color

� Reply #1 on: Aug 4th, 2003, 1:00pm �
We now have data plate decoders on the site for 1964 - 1978. It's in the new 'Stang Technical Section. Hopefully this will help you out.
Steve N. Mustangs - Site Owner


� Reply #1 on: Aug 1st, 2003, 10:12am �
Have you tried racing a bullet-bike ? I'll bet one of those could beat your Mustang. Or perhaps one of those really exhotic Ferraris that cost $100,000 more than your Mustang? Yeah, I guess the 2003 Cobra is one heck of a car.
Steve N. Mustangs - Site Owner