I have a '72 also..have owned it since early '73..I don't remember any recalls
'59 T-Bird..[color:blue]'70 Mustang Convert</font color=blue>...[color:green]'72 Mach One</font color=green>
http://clubs.hemmings.com/baymustang/t-bird.jpg The Black BirdAt 42,she's the oldest in my Ford stable
When there, hit the link for "recalls" and then enter the info for year, make, and model of the car in question. A list of recalls and technical service bulletins will result. (The technical service bulletins are items for which there is a great frequency of failure and thus the suggested cause and fix. Basically, a heads up for the dealers regarding likely warranty problems, but ones which the manufactures sucessfully escaped being forced to advise the public and fix.)
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Off topic, but if you want to get info on other governmental info, you might be interested in this site.
Whether or not the recall work has been accomplished, would rely upon the manufacturer's records (I know for my '89, Ford has the data. For a 70's car, I doubt it.) and your being able to visually ascertain.
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'66 Coupe 289 2V done for son
'70 Coupe 351W 4V (She Bear), doing for me!