"This is not a book you will read in one or two sittings and put on the shelf. You will pick it up again and again, and each time you will see things you've previously missed. The Mustang has had an interesting history and thanks to Donald Farr, this is its textbook." - Shelby Americana
"Donald Farr, a longtime writer and editor at Mustang-centric publications, provides a comprehensive recounting of the car’s gestation as a design study in the early 1960s, its splashy debut at the 1964 New York World’s Fair and its tumultuous life up through the fifth-generation model that is entering its final model year. The book concludes with sections on Mustangs for racing, in pop culture and for hobbyists and collectors.While not exactly a beach read, the book is more digestible, even for general audiences, than its dauntingly encyclopedic appearance might suggest. The captions for the many interesting photos are even more compelling." - The New York Times
"This book, by Donald Farr of Mustang Monthly magazine, features almost everything Mustang. From the Shelby GT500, the Super Cobra Jet 428, the Boss 302, and the Boss 429, this book spans nearly 50 years of Mustang." - About.com
“Rare photos, along with many reproducitons of period marketing materials, and thorough but easily read discussions of the Mustang’s evolution come together to create a truly comprehensive resource, belonging as much in the reference library of the serious Mustang enthusiast as it does on the coffee table of the everyday driver.” - Hemmings
"Donald Farr’s relationship with the Mustang goes back nearly as long as my association with the iconic pony car. Mustang Fifty Years is representative of the rich history the Mustang has endured and Donald has so expertly written a book that is as beautifully put together as the car itself." - Lee Iacocca
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Donald Farr (Tampa, FL) has been on the masthead of Mustang Monthly magazine for 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 with Mustang Monthly founder Larry Dobbs. He currently owns the 1966 Mustang GT that his grandfather purchased new.