(2 photos of a 1967 Mustang Stallion Fastback Advertisement) This ad was placed by Mainway Ford in the July 1967 edition of Canada Track & Traffic magazine. There were 8 of these cars built by Mainway Ford of Toronto, Canada which mixed Ford Mercury Cougar parts with the 1967 Mustang.|
(11 photos of a 1976 Bright Yellow Mustang II Stallion Coupe) Check out this rare Mustang II. It's a Bright Yellow 1976 Mustang II Stallion owned by Bobby Aldrich from Placerville, California. Bobby restored it for weekend drives and car shows. This Mustang II has a 2.3L 4-cylinder engine and manual transmission. The Stallion package gave you; blacked out grille, grille surround moldings, window moldings, wiper arms, lower bumpers, and lower body panels; deleted grille Pony emblem; bright lower-body side moldings; Stallion decals; and styled steel wheels. Check out more Mustang IIs owned by Bobby.
(5 photos of a 1976 Bright Yellow Mustang Stallion Fastback) Check out this Bright Yellow 1976 Mustang II Stallion hatchback. It's owned by Aaron Wilson from England. Stallion package contains a blacked out grille, grille moldings, window moldings, wiper arms, lower bumpers, and lower body panels; deleted grille Pony emblem; bright lower-body side moldings; Stallion decals; and styled steel wheels. Aaron adds, "'Living the Dream.' She has a 5.0L 302 2v 8cyl engine and she runs sweet as a nut! I have never drove anything like it, makes me feel a GOD of the road! I picked this off eBay propa cheap in the summer of 2010. I have'nt a clue about the history of it but she came to England in 1994 and I'm the 4th and last owner... ha! As far as I have'nt found anything wrong with her mechanically. She came with came with a full years M.O.T. [Ministry of Transport test?]. The only down side of her is a few parts of the bodywork and the paint job she's had in the past is pretty poor! - But I can't complain... I have a Stang!"
(5 photos of a 1976 Black Mustang Ghia Stallion Coupe) Black 1976 Mustang II Ghia (with Stallion option) owned by Mark Williford from Beaumont, Texas. It has its original 5.0L 302 V8 and an automatic transmission. Mark adds, "This show car Mustang II Ghia was Lee Iacocco's comeback car that transitioned the Mustang back from the Muscle Mach 1s to the classic compact sports car of today's Mustangs.
Although repainted from its original Silver Metallic, the vehicle has a mirror gloss black paint that allows the trim chrome molding to accent the custom chrome rims. The vinyl landau Italian styled covering is in excellent condition with no fading, rips or tears and fits like a glove over the roof. Chrome trim lines accent and highlight iconic 70s opera windows.
Hand painted precision cranberry pin stripes compliment the interior and contrast nicely with the car's paint. This Ghia sports the Stallion Group Package features a rare Ford Mustang hood ornament in place of the grilled galloping pony. (grille has mounting bracket for the Pony).
Excellent cranberry interior with front bucket seats, headrest and rear seating are in excellent condition. The seating has no rips, tears or seat fading. Excellent dash with no rips, tears or fading sport the dial tach and speedometer. Classic digital flip clock does not work. Radio works and has the old school look that brings back great memories of the Bee Gees and George Jones. Baked steering wheel has slight fracture within hand control portion of wheel. This aesthetic defect does not impair or affect the steering mechanism. Steering is tight and straight with excellent power steering. Oversized custom chrome rims and wheels will rub inside fenders on tight turns and does make tight turns a challenge.
Car has working sunroof with classic working chrome hand crank and slide covering. Original owners manual and original 13 inch steel rim spare with white wall tire looks brand new. AC blows cold as was modified to accept new refrigerant. Engine runs solid with radiator showing minor signs of rust near top.
Car has solid automatic transmission, brakes, and power steering with 90% of all hoses replaced with recently replaced the thermostat. I have experienced the AC fuse blowing (was incorrect amp) but no problem after correcting.
Although this classic Detroit built 302 CID 5.OL V8 is a gas guzzler getting about 15 MPG, it's a solid powerful engine with a small head gasket oil leak developing. I purchased this vehicle from a successful Dentist who purchased it from the original owner. The paint, interior and AC work was done a great expense by the former owner (Dentist).
By adding 13 inch steel rims and original hubcaps and white walls and an air intake snorkel, it could easily transition into an excellent show car. Has potential to make a great muscle car with the right modifications. Contact me for transition of title as Texas requires signatures. I can assist in coordinating a delivery service. All shipping fees are responsibility of buyer. The manufacturer's sticker shows the car was manufactured in Dearborn, MI and is an original hard top Ghia. My Research shows only 37,515 of Iacocca's and Hal Sperlich's inspired (who played a major role in the original Mustang) Ghia's were manufactured."
(1 photo of a 1976 Mustang II Stallion Promotional Sales Brochure) The Mustang II MPG and Stallion options group is shown on many pages of the 1976 Ford Mustang promotional booklet. The MPG models are listed as any Mustang II equipped with the 2.3 liter engine and 3.18:1 rear axle ratio. The best MPG rating is the manual transmission with 34 mpg highway and 24 mpg city. The automatic transmission reduces this to 31 highway and 22 city. The Bright Yellow 1976 Mustang II hatchback below is shown with the Stallion options group which includes: black grille; black moldings and wiper arms; bright lower bodyside molding; black painted lower fenders, lower doors, lower front/rear bumpers, rocker panels; styled steel wheels. The Stallion package also came in white, silver, red, and silver blue glow. Three of the 5 Stallion colors are shown in this catalog.
(1 photo of a 1976 Bright Yellow Mustang Stallion Hatchback) Bright Yellow 1976 Mustang Stallion optioned hatchback with black grille (standard in chrome); black window moldings and wiper arms; bright lower bodyside molding; black-painted lower fenders, lower door, lower front/rear bumpers, and rocker panels; styled steel wheels (trim rings optional), and large Stallion fender badge. Other Stallion colors available in combination with blackout areas and items are: Silver metallic, Vermilion (Bright Red), Polar White, and Silver Blue Glow. This photo is part of the 1976 Ford Mustang promotional catalog.
(1 photo of a 1976 Polar White Mustang Stallion Coupe) The Stallion package was offered in 1976 to dress up the base level Mustang II MPG which contained the 93hp 2.3L 4-cylinder engine. Shown here is a Polar White 1976 Mustang II MPG Stallion 2-door coupe with the standard Stallion features of black lower body paint, black grille, black window and wiper trim, styled steel wheels (this car has the optional trim rings in addition), and Stallion fender badge. This photo is in the 1976 Ford Mustang promotional booklet.
(1 photo of a 1976 Silver Mustang Stallion Hatchback) This Silver metallic 1976 Mustang II Stallion hatchback has the tu-tone option of black hood and roof paint. This black tu-tone option was also available for the 1976 Mustang II Mach 1. For the Stallion, other lower body paints for the black tu-tone option includes Bright Red (Vermilion), Bright Yellow, Polar White, and Silver Blue Glow. The standard Stallion options group includes black lower body paint, black window and wiper trim, black front grille, and Stallion fender badge. This car also has the optional forged aluminum wheels. This photo is in the 1976 Ford Mustang promotional catalog.
(8 photos of a 2006 Torch Red Mustang GT Foose Stallion Coupe) This is a Foose Stallion factory conversion on a new Mustang GT coupe. It is Foose conversion #31 of 53 cars built in 2006. Foose modifications include: aluminum hood, front and rear facia kit, aluminum billet grilles, 2-1/2 inch front turn signal lamps, side C-pillar scoops, three-piece rear decklid spoiler, rocker and door cladding, an open air induction system, performance exhaust system, custom coil springs in all four corners, tuned struts and shocks, high performance stabilizer bars, Foose wheels 20x8.5 in the front 20x10 in the rear, 255/35ZR20 tires in the front, 275/35ZR10 tires in the rear, custom sill plate inserts, Foose Logo embroidered front seats, Foose logo front floor mats, custom Foose speedometer, and Foose speaker covers.
(9 photos of a 2007 Red Mustang Foose Stallion Coupe) This is a 2007 'Foose Stallion' Mustang coupe (offered also as a convertible). Foose designed the body with a modified hood, side molding, revised grille, fascias, custom side marker lights, side 'C' pillar scoops, and a rear aerodynamic spoiler. The exterior paint is a two tone hot-hues cinnamon with a silver pinstripe.
(8 photos of a 2007 Mustang Foose Stallion Promotional Sales Brochure) This is the sales brochure for the 2007 Foose Stallion which officially came out for the 2006 model year. Foose has offered performance and appearance parts for Mustangs since at least 2005 to the present. Many of these years, complete Foose Mustang upgrades were available by authorized places. For 2007 there was the previous year's 335 hp upgrade and a new 425hp supercharged upgrade along with many other features.
(4 photos of a 2007 Torch Red Mustang Foose Stallion Convertible) Check out this amazing 2007 Foose Stallion in Torch Red and Black exterior paint. This is car is serial number 2 and the second year of the Foose Stallion special edition built on a Mustang GT and is our Attitude Of The Week starting September 22nd, 2019. Some of the special features include Foose custom wheels, modified hood, side molding, revised grille, fascias, custom side marker lights, and a rear aerodynamic spoiler. The interior comes with Foose embroidered leather sport seats and Foose custom instrument gauge faces
(3 photos of a 2007 White Mustang Foose Stallion Coupe) This white Foose Mustang was on display at the 2010 Ford and Mustang show at Uftring Ford in East Peoria, Illinois. It had burgundy stripes. We talked with the owner. He purchased it new from the Uftring Ford dealership.