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Old 05-17-2018, 08:06 AM   #1
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So it looks like no one really gets on this section anymore. Does anyone know where you can go to get some answers? It seems that ever since the phone app was abandoned it has continually declined. Now it's just dead.
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There's several forums out there for vintage mustangs. Check them out and see which ones are active.
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Before anyone ever heard of the internet, I used to purchase a shop manual for every vehicle that I owned. I admit, that I do use the internet quite a bit, generally because it's faster and more convenient. But I still have my books to refer to, in the event that the internet is not a reliable source of information.
With a good shop manual, and a set of hand tools, there isn't much on a classic Mustang that you won't be able to fix.
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I've got the shop manual as well as a few others. It seems that I always have something that isn't addressed. It's nice to be able to find someone that has already slugged through a similar problem. I also enjoy interacting with other Mustang nuts.
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I've got the shop manual as well as a few others. It seems that I always have something that isn't addressed. It's nice to be able to find someone that has already slugged through a similar problem. I also enjoy interacting with other Mustang nuts.
Same here! It's really bumming me out that forums are dying out.
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I've said it before, everyone is using facebook groups.
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None of us are.

Using Facebook, that is...
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I use fb. Not for the aforementioned useless Mustang Facebook groups.
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