(1 photo of a 1973 Medium Bright Yellow Mustang Convertible) Close-up view of the rear of a 1973 Mustang with dual exhaust and bumper guard options.|
(1 photo of a 1973 Medium Aqua Blue Mach 1 Mustang Fastback) Now here is a great desktop wallpaper. Looks like the field landscape in Sonoma County, California, which was used as the default computer wallpaper on Windows XP.
(1 photo of a 1974 Blue And Silver Mustang II 4 By 4 Hatchback) A nice front left view of a silver and blue 4x4 modified 1974 Mustang II hatchback.
(1 photo of a 1975 Black Mustang Special Paint Edition Hatchback) Black 1975 Mustang II Special Paint Edition hatchback with a two-tone paint or wide side stripe, body side moldings, sport wheels, bumper guards, color matched mirrors, and just visible wood grained dash trim. The 1975 Special Paint Edition Mustang II was a midyear offering which may have lead to the Stallion option in 1976 which included many of the same options but Stallion decals; and the Tu-Tone option which added a black hood and roof.
(1 photo of a 1976 Medium Gold Mustang MPG Coupe) The MPG emblem is a decal placed under the Mustang II emblems on the front fenders. This car still retains it's original paint, so the emblem placement was done by the factory.
(1 photo of a 1976 Black Mach 1 Shadow Mustang Hatchback) The Shadow! Check out this Black 1976 Mustang Mach 1. Its has the All-Black Sports Group option which includes: black exterior, black or bright red interior, brushed aluminum instrument panel applique, black grille/window molding/windshield wiper arms, competition suspension, Traction-Lok differential axle, and extra cooling package. See the 1976 Ford Mustang Promotional Booklet for more information.
(1 photo of a 1977 Green Mach 1 Mustang Fastback) Green 1977 Mustang II Mach-1 hatchback owned by Paul MacDonald from New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Canada. It was our featured Attitude Of The Week photo for 11-9-08. This car has a set of late model wheels with spinners. Actually, 2005 Mustang 16x7 inch wheels with 2-inch spacers. The color is Sorrel Green - 3 coats of base color and 4 coats of clear. It's original color was a yellow gold. Paul tells us more, "I bought this car three years ago and completely rebuilt it. It was repainted by myself in a friend's garage. My late father was co-owner of the Ford Dealership in which the vehicle was originally sold. He would have ordered the car for stock inventory. I have also met the original owner of the car. He approached me at a car show and stated he had been looking for the car. He brought his wife back to see it as he had proposed to her in that car. The car has a 4-speed in it now but I have a T-5 ready to go in."
(1 photo of a 1977 Bright Yellow Mustang Hatchback Advertisement) Look at this cool ad. This is a Bright Yellow Mustang II with the new T-top option which was available in 1977. The T-Top was only available on the hatchback model. The ad appeals to those who missed the convertible body style. It says, "A flame went out when old-style convertibles died. But now I'm all lit up again."
(1 photo of a 1977 Mustang II Promotional Sales Brochure) 1977 Free Wheelin' Ford promotional booklet designed for all 1977 Ford offerings but the cover features the Black with Gold striped Cobra II introduced the year earlier. The booklet features the Econoline Van, Cruising Wagon and Van, Mustang, Pickup, 4x4 Bronco, Pinto, Granada, LTD II, and Thunderbird; all in outdoor settings with their owners free wheeling.
(1 photo of a 1977 Black Mustang Cobra II Hatchback) Cool close-up of that front end with gold Cobra emblem.
(1 photo of a 1978 White Mustang Cobra II Hatchback) The owner has both a White 1978 Cobra II and a Black 1980 Cobra.
(1 photo of a 1978 White Mustang Coupe) Yellow, orange, red tri-striped White 1978 Mustang coupe with grille mounted fog lamps and full wheel covers. This Ford promotional photo shows some of the amazing stripe options available in 1978.
(1 photo of a 1979 White Mustang Ghia Coupe) Close-up of the exterior trunk Ghia emblem or badge.
(1 photo of a 1980 Bright Yellow Mustang Cobra Optioned Hatchback) The side stripe colors of this Bright Yellow 1980 Cobra Mustang is Black and White. Other standard Cobra offerings include forged metric aluminum wheels, black lower body paint, rear spoiler, Cobra rear and window lettering, black window trim, and rear facing hood scoop.
(1 photo of a 1984 Black SVO Mustang Hatchback) 1985 Black Mustang SVO hatchback, rear right view.
(1 photo of a 1985 Medium Regatta Blue Mustang GT Hatchback) Take a look at this Medium Regatta Blue 1985 Mustang GT. It has been modified with a fiberglass hood and sunroof.
(1 photo of a 1985 Oxford White Mustang GT Twister Hatchback) The GMP flier for the 1985 Twister pair describes the pair of diecasts. These cars where first offered in 2004. The white one is part number 8069 while the red one is part number 8070.
(1 photo of a 1986 White Saleen Mustang Hatchback) This is an White 1986 Mustang Saleen hatchback. It's a Saleen factory conversion ID number 22. It is painted in a pearlescent white (re-paint). It has three stripes along its ground effects in three shades of blue. Only 201 Saleens were factory built in 1986. They came in red, white, blue, and black.
(1 photo of a 1987 Scarlet Red Mustang GT Hatchback) Scarlet Red 1987 Mustang GT hatchback with 225hp (at 4000rpm), 302 cubic inch (5.0 liter), electronic fuel injected, high-output V8 engine. Looks like his and hers cars, see the identical one in the background.
(1 photo of a 1988 Venom Yellow Mustang GT Convertible) Ryan's Mustang was featured here in Toronto last spring at the 50th Mustang
anniversary photo shoot and car show. It's parked in the "5" where the arrow is pointing. Is this an awesome shot or what?