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I have had very little to no luck finding anything on my Mustang E'. While looking thru books in a local antique store I stumbled across an original Ford service technician reference book printed in 71'. It has a wealth of info in it including an article concerning the Mustang E'. Mostly setup info for the carb but never the less I was happy. $5.00 spent for a mint cond. Ford book was well worth it. It covered almost all of Ford's vehicles including Farm equipment. How to diagnose certain problems, very similar to a Chilton.
 

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Antique stores can be a great resource. Most people selling or buying to antique stores are more into house stuff. Automotive items can be looked at useless or unwanted. I picked up some pristine manuals from the 20's on automotive repairs and oxy acetylene welding of cast iron parts along with how to run automotive business. That was around the same price and a lot of fun to read.
 
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