Do you know of a web site or other Internet resource of interest to 428 Cobra Jet Mustang owners? Please let me know!
332-428 Ford FE Engine Forum: Discussion board focused on all FE engines. Lots of practical details, especially when it comes to FE performance.
1969 Mustang Cobra Jet Engine Reference Manual: Joe Sikora's book provides a lot of detail describing 1969 428 Cobra Jet engines. Pictures included!
All Classic Motors: JD Larson's vendor site, offering a large selection of NOS, restored original, and reproduction parts for your classic Mustang.
AMK Products: Looking for concours-correct bolts and fasteners for your restoration project? Check out AMK's HUGE selection, including several complete kits!
David Kee Toploader Transmissions, Inc.: Toploader transmissions, transmission parts, clutch parts, and all sorts of great information.
Dead Nuts On: Driveshaft restoration and 69-70 Mustang/Shelby specialty parts by Jack Brooks.
KnockOutEngine: A blog about the automotive industry, car maintenance, and tools that make car repairs more effective.
LOVEfords: A world-wide club for owners and admirers of Fords, Lincolns, Edsels and Mercurys.
Mansfield Restoration Parts: Bill Upham's vendor site. A "must visit" for the serious restorer looking for concours-correct 390 GT and 428 CJ/SCJ parts.
Marti Auto Works: Kevin Marti's vendor site. Concours-correct parts and production record reports directly from Ford. Highly recommended!
Shelby Parts and Restoration: Looking for high quality reproduction, NOS original, and used original Shelby parts? Try Jim Cowles!
The Lost Car Registry: Keith Ingersoll's web site devoted to helping people find their old cars.
Long lists of local and regional clubs can be difficult to maintain; I prefer to refer to other web sites that already have fairly long club lists.
Mustang Club of America: Web site of the MCA, a world-wide non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation, care, history, and enjoyment of all model year Mustangs.
USENET News Groups
I used to provide link information for a few USENET news groups, but there aren't any that I can recommend for anyone who doesn't care to be subjected to flame wars, harvesting of email addresses for spam purposes, and other distractions. If you really want to explore USENET for Cobra Jet resources, try searching through Google's USENET archives.