Category: 1974-1978 Mustang II

Five Reasons Why You Should Respect the Mustang II

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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

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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

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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

’74 Mustang Mod Makes Quite a Statement

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There’s nothing like building it yourself when it comes to making a personal statement with a Mustang. Just ask Tom McJunkin of South Carolina, who owns this heavily-modded 1974 Mustang II Mach 1.

  Comments | By - December 17, 2015

Cortex Explains Anti-Squat and Anti-Dive

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What are Anti-squat and Anti-dive? And how do you take advantage of either? This /Drive video explains it all.

  Comments | By - December 16, 2015

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