Category: 1974-1978 Mustang II

1976 Mustang Holds Special Place in the Hearts of Many

t091616 ---- Clint Austin --- austinVETSCAR0917c3 ---- The 1976 Mustang II that was owned by Minnesota National Guard veteran Sgt. Adam Sheda of Duluth. Sgt. Sheda was murdered one week after returning home from a deployment in Iraq in 2007. The car will be auctioned off today at Benna Ford in Superior with the proceeds benefitting Chapter 56 of the Military Order
of the Purple Heart, an organization that supports local veterans and their families. (Clint Austin /

There’s probably no greater honor bestowed on a Mustang than this one, which was auctioned off to help raise funds for a local chapter of the Military Order of the Purple Heart.

  Comments | By - September 30, 2016

Peek Inside the Mesmerizing Segerstrom Mustang Collection


Irvine, California is home to one of the best and biggest private Mustang collections in the country, the Segerstrom Mustang collection.

  Comments | By - September 2, 2016

Five Reasons Why You Should Respect the Mustang II


Despite the Mustang II’s bountiful rap sheet, we’ve managed to dig up five things about the pitiful pony that demonstrate why it still deserves your respect.

  Comments | By - July 7, 2016

How to Break In a Crate Engine


Here’s a helpful video to ensure you get the very best from your new crate engine.

  Comments | By - January 18, 2016

Real Street Gives Tips on Torque Converters


If your Mustang is an automatic, it has a torque converter. And that converter can make or break acceleration at launch.

  Comments | By - January 11, 2016

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