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13 cars (65 pictures) found: year of "1978", exterior color of "black", grouped by car

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(10 photos of a 1978 Black Mustang Cobra II King Cobra Hatchback) This 1978 Mustang King Cobra is certainly the "Boss of the Mustang stable" as Ford described it. This King was also the Attitude Of The Week for 8-19-07. The King Cobra package came with a snake decal on the hood, unique pinstriping, custom spoiler, a 302 cid 5.0 liter V8, rear quarter flares, a black grille and moldings, color-keyed dual sport mirrors and lacy-spoke aluminum wheels with twin rings and a Cobra symbol on the hubs. This King Cobra has been repainted and is missing some of its pinstriping around the front and side windows.

(3 photos of a 1978 Black Mustang II Hatchback) Black 1978 Mustang II Cobra clone hatchback T-top owned by Claude Trudeau from Montréal, Quebec, Canada. This car has a 302ci V8 engine, automatic transmission, dual exhaust, Centerline 14-inch wheels. The engine has an updated intake, cam, and 4 barrel Holley carb.

(6 photos of a 1978 Black Mustang Ghia Coupe) Black 1978 Mustang II with Ghia Luxury Group and a 134 hp (at 4000 rpm), 302 cubic inch (5.0 liter), 2 barrel V8 engine. The 1978 Ghia Luxury Package included vinyl bodyside molding, pin striping, wire wheel caps, fog lamps, and half vinyl roof.

(7 photos of a 1978 Black Mustang Cobra II Fastback) Black 1978 Cobra II fastback owned by Gord Gow from Ingleside, Ontario, Canada. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting December 12, 2010. Gord adds, "I bought this car in 1991. It was white with red interior. The first thing I did was paint it black and add the gold Corba II tape kit. The interior was also switched to black. In 2002 the hood scoop was muraled by Guy Frechette of Ingleside and from that we decided to scallop the car and add the fender murals."

(6 photos of a 1978 Black Mustang Cobra II Hatchback) Black 1978 Mustang Cobra II hatchback with a 139hp (at 3600rpm), 302 cubic inch (5.0 liter), 2 barrel, V8 engine.

(4 photos of a 1978 Black Mustang Cobra II Hatchback) Black 1978 Mustang Cobra II hatchback which originally came with an F-code 302ci (5.0 liter), V8 engine; it now has a rebuilt 289ci, 1965 Ford, V8 engine.

(8 photos of a 1978 Black Mustang Cobra II King Cobra Hatchback) Raven Black 1978 Mustang II King Cobra hatchback owned by Gerry Gray from Latahm, New York. Gerry adds, "I purchased from the original owner in 1989. The exterior was originally red with an orange and gold King Cobra stripe package. The original 302 block was cracked so the car now sports a mild 306 and T-5 transmission. It is equipped with factory T-tops, 4-way adjustable front seat, power steering and brakes, 15-inch wheels, dual 2.5 inch exhaust into a single 3-inch over the the rear, rear mounted battery, subframe connectors, SSM lift bars, and aftermarket Autometer gauges"

(3 photos of a 1978 Bryan Russell Mustang Cobra II Hatchback) Black 1978 Mustang II Cobra II hatchback owned by Bryan Russell from Chesterfield. Michigan. It says "Hellraiser II" on the windshield. Bryan tells us more, "I got the car about eight months ago. I have been looking for this car 10 years and finally got it. It is an original Cobra II with 5.0. It had a 302 in it when I got it. It now has a 347 with 355 rear. I had this same car in high school and wanted another one. The car is really cool gets lots of looks."

(1 photo of a 1978 Black Mustang Cobra II Hatchback) Check out this Black 1978 Mustang II Cobra II taken in 1979. It was owned by George Dixon from Knoxville, Tennessee. It had a 302ci V8 and an automatic. George shares, "I had this Mustang back in 1979. It had the factory T-tops and the white painted wheels. I did put aftermarket 'Turbo Back' mags on it. I wish we had digital cameras back then but this is my only picture... sigh"

(6 photos of a 1978 Black Mustang Hatchback) Black 1978 Mustang II hatchback with hood scoop and the base entry level Y-code, 93hp (at 4000rpm), 140 cubic inch (2.3 liter), 2 barrel, 4 cylinder engine. The 1974 to 1978 Mustangs were all about economy at the gas station. Lee Iacocca really influenced the design era by forcing these years to be light allowing a low power engine to provide a high performance driving experience.

(1 photo of a 1978 Mustang Ghia Promotional Sales Brochure) Elegance personified. Mustang II Ghia with Ghia Sports Group. To bring out the sport in you too! Ghia's not only luxurious, its sporty, too. A unique combination. This most distinctive option package, shown in Black (Code 1C), and also available in Chamois Glow (Code 8W), and Dark Midnight Blue (Code A), has the following exterior features: half- vinyl roof in Black Odense grain or Chamois Lugano grain, Chamois or Black vinyl insert bodyside moldings and full-length bodyside accent stripes. Blackout grille, four cast aluminum wheels with Chamois-painted spokes. Great interior features include: Black engine-turned instrument panel applique, Door trim appliques, Leather-wrapped Sport Steering Wheel, Black shift lever knob (on 4-speed manual), Bright shift lever knob (on Selectshift), Ghia seat trim in Black or Chamois vinyl, Center console with tray and Black parking brake handle.

(5 photos of a 1978 Black Mustang Cobra II King Cobra Hatchback) Black 1978 Mustang II King Cobra hatchback as seen at the 29th Annual Central Illinois Ford Day Show at Dennision Ford in Bloomington, Illinois. This one has the 302ci V8 engine, 4-speed manual transmission, power steering, power brakes, T-tops, luxury interior, and tinted glass.

(5 photos of a 1978 Black Mustang II Monroe Handler Hatchback) Is this a Mad Max Interceptor Mustang? No, It's a 1978 Monroe Handler Mustang. It was a body kit featured in a June 1977 Hot Rod Magazine custom build to promote Monroe's Handler line of shock absorbers. For a mere $1250 you could get your own fiberglass body kit. This version wears a set of custom 18-inch KMC dime wheels with Nitti 555 R 275-40/18 tires.
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