Ford Maverick Magazine

Discussion in 'General Maverick/Comet' started by Maverick73, Jun 8, 2004.

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Which Ford Magazine is most related to the Ford Maverick

  1. Mustang & Fords

    91.2%
  2. Mustang Monthly

    1.8%
  3. Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords

    3.5%
  4. 5.0 Mustangs and Super Fords

    3.5%
  1. Maverick73

    Maverick73 Senior Member

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    Hello im wanting to get a subscription to a Ford magazine but which one in your opinion is Most Related to the Ford Maverick please let me know what you think
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  2. Maverick Man

    Maverick Man The Original Maverick Man

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    Two 1973 LDO Mavericks (one 4 Drag one 4 driving like Mad on the roads :) ) also have a 75 6cyl Stock! Ok, well sort of Stock :P
    just an fyi the only magazine that covers the maverick in features is Mustangs and Fords. :rolleyes:

    5.0 and super fords though a good book however it only covers mustangs, sometimes the focus. i read it because of the tech stuff on small block fords. so this magazine can be relvant motor wise.

    Mustang Monthy well the tittle kinda explains that.

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    Muscle Mustands and Fast Fords. Mostly covers late model stuff. only seen a maverick in that magazine when it a candid at the race track. other then that. it never covers them. or at least i haven't seen it.

    with all that in mind.... Mustangs and Fords is the way to go. btw Jeff Ford of the editor for that magazine likes mavericks. :clap: support those you support you!
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    John B Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    I agree with Maverick Man on the choice of Mustangs and Fords. In fact, as I understand it, one of their writers or editors is working on a project Maverick that will be used for future articles. Plus this mag is void of stuff on 5.0 Mustangs that have next to nothing in common with our cars. John B.
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    I quit getting the 5.0 mag because there were more articles about 4.6 mod motors than 5.0's. :confused:
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    Go figure, sence they stop putting 5.0's in mustangs 9 years ago.............

    I like all of the magazines, I'm really excited that they are getting 400 Hp out of 4.6's and not really making big changes, heads, injectors, and cams. Edelbrock is also making a carberated intake for the 4.6's so super cheap wrecking yard poeple like me can use them. :D
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    Craig Selvey Indiana State Rep - MCCI Supporting Member

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    PINKY .....John Ford.....

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    Mustang & Ford deals with a lot of the stuff that will work with our cars. Carb's. c4's suspension and what-not
    I used to get MM&FF, Mustang 5.0, HOTROD, Mustang Monthly.......
    now I have only renewed Mustang & Ford and HOTROD.
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    PINKY .....John Ford.....

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    :slap: O yeah, and SHORTHORNS! :D
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    I guess that was the point of my post - why don't they just call it 4.6?


    (btw, I just got back from VatoZone and was asked if I was sure I had a 5.0 and not a 4.0 in my '89 Mustang). :slap:
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    Maverick Man The Original Maverick Man

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    Two 1973 LDO Mavericks (one 4 Drag one 4 driving like Mad on the roads :) ) also have a 75 6cyl Stock! Ok, well sort of Stock :P
    there was a big debate about that here at work. thing is when you change the name of a magazine your bound to lose circualtion on the newsstand. you don't wanna do that.

    also the majority of the market is still 5.0 also remember that advertisers in that magazine sell more 5.0 parts then 4.6's. make any sence?

    just like if mustangs and fords, its called mustangs and fords.. why don't we see late model mustangs in there, even though its called mustangs and fords? well the book is specific to what it covers as well as what advertisers sell.. so nope you wont see a name change to Early Model Mustangs and Fords. it just a given you already know whats in there.
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    Nothing personal Rick I just wanted to stir the pot :D
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    Maverick Man The Original Maverick Man

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    Two 1973 LDO Mavericks (one 4 Drag one 4 driving like Mad on the roads :) ) also have a 75 6cyl Stock! Ok, well sort of Stock :P
    trouble maker!

    btw tom you or tammy going to old town brea show? theres a maverick class!

    you can e-mail me
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    'sallright. It's an Internet thing. (y)
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    I don't feel like loosing again to you Derrick, The next show we are doing it route-66 in San Bernardino
  15. Mavaholic

    Mavaholic Growing older but not up!

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    Mustang and Fords. There is a new magazine out now called Legendary Ford. Supposedly, they will feature no more than 1 Mustang per issue. Their feature cars are very nicely done. Hopefully we can get some CoMavs in there.
  16. Dan Starnes

    Dan Starnes Original owner

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    Mustang and Fords for sure. Nice people who actually care about Mavericks/Comets. I even caught them looking at our cars at Carlisle. First rate read too!
    Dan
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    Russ Found On Russ's Drive

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    Dan, did anyone take a pic? It's about time someone from this club gets a feature. Don't you think? Russ
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    Dan Starnes Original owner

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    Russ, my car wont be in there for sure. But someone else is going to be featured real soon.
    Dan
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    Mustang & Fords all the way!!! :D

    What a shameless plug, LOL,

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    Several past/present members have already been featured in Mustang and Fords recently. I don't remember all the months, but Jan 2002 featured Mark Griffith's black beauty (Toymav), followed later by Jim Allen's orange monster, and Chris Stout's (I mean Marcy Stout's :D) maroon slickster. I believe they stretched them out through last year some time. All three cars were in the Dec 2001 issue together.

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