The Mustang II was responsible for the demise and resurrection of the fabled Ford 5.0L V8 but this compact Mustang was best known for the 2.8L Vulcan V6. During this generation, the Mustang II came equipped with a 2.3L 4-cylinder, the 2.8L Vulcan V6 and the 5.0L V8. You can read all about them here.
Whether you are building a car to drag race, road race or just look great at a car show, there are a variety of options to customize your Mustang II to perfectly fit your needs. This section features articles about the newest products and projects covering exterior modification and customization.
This section includes vehicle specifications for all of the Mustang II. Everything from MSRP to engine options to trimlines is listed here for quick referencing. From the base model 4-cylinder Mustang II to the return of the 5.0L option, you can learn more about the specs and features of the Mustang II here.
1974-1978 Mustang II
Here's one that'll definitely have Mustang fans dreaming of hitting the lottery - a collection of Boss Mustangs known as the Calypso Coral Boss Quartet. The four Mustangs, which include a 1970 Mustang Boss 429 Fastback, a 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Fastback, a 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Fastback and a 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Patriot Edition, will all be up for auction at Mecum's upcoming inaugural auction in Seattle. Featured in the factory Calypso Coral
Apparently the typical Mustang restoration project wasn't enough for a guy in Texas who owns a 1970 Mach 1. Juan Martinez decided he wanted to pay homage to a rare Mach 1 "Twister Special," which only consisted of 96 units when the model was first built. The car, covered in a Houston Chronicle report, features a 392 Ford Crate engine, stainless headers, stainless exhaust, a custom aluminum radiator and fan, and a stainless fuel
Article courtesy of MustangsDaily.com, your source for all the latest Ford Mustang news and articles. In its fifty year history of the Ford Mustang the period between 1974 and 1978 isn't exactly remembered as the heyday of performance. Even so, the Mustang II, built during that time period, represented an important part of the model's history. For starters, the Mustang II was an enormous sales success. Nearly 400,000 were sold in 1974, more than
There's no denying that cars are special. No matter how many you end up owning, you never forget the first that was officially "yours." Now, that might be a particularly fond memory if you drove something like a Corolla, but If it's something like a mustang... You can bet that those years are going to be unforgettable. Such was the case for one Rick Lookebil. The first car he bought was a 1972 Mustang MACH
Marcus Slater Mustang Forums I think we're all in agreement that the Mustang II was pretty terrible car. It was successful, sure, but it wasn't really good at anything. They weren't fast and they certainly weren't stylish. Collectors probably won't be concerned too much about them in future. While that might sound bad for everyone, it's actually good news if you intend to do crazy stuff with them. Like giving it a 4x4 drivetrain.