"Unquenchable curiosity" and "feverishly inventive imagination" are phrases that have been used to describe people who adhere to the renaissance ideal:
Originally, the first part of this book detailing the 1969-1970 cars was written by the author, Donald Farr, and published by California Mustang in 1983 under the title "Mustang Boss 302: Ford's Trans-Am Pony Car." It has been out of production for many years, but is considered the bible for the Boss 302 Mustang, and fetches upwards of $200-$300 a copy. Between the lack of availability and the cost, getting a hold of this information has been a real challenge for many enthusiasts.
Finally, in Mustang Boss 302: From Racing Legend to Modern Muscle Car, this valuable information has been made available to everyone at a much more reasonable price and now includes the behind the scenes story of the development and manufacture of the newest Boss 302, the 2012-2013 models.
Ever spliced a connector onto an otherwise good harness because the original broke? Do you need to do it to an '87-'93 5.0 Mustang? How about the MAF connector? You don't have to splice one in – they can be replaced without cutting or damaging the wiring. Here's how.