Picture Search Results - 1975 pillar/post
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68 pictures (14 cars) found: year of "1975", roof type of "pillar/post"

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(from page 1 of the 1975 Collection) Silver 1975 Mustang II owned by Blair Beebe from Oklahoma. Blair tells us, "I bought it for $500. The guy said it was undriveable due to tie rods, but it ran good. The original motor and trans runs great. I had to 'customize' the exhaust, add new window, new tie rods. and front shocks. I still need to get to rear shocks."


(from page 1 of the 1975 Collection) Dark Red 1975 Mustang II Ghia coupe with a white vinyl (half levent) top. Under the hood is the big 5.0L V8 engine. The repaint may be a bit darker than original, see the last picture in the set of the Data Tag.

(from page 1 of the 1975 Collection) Dark Red 1975 Mustang II Ghia coupe, right side view. The side marker lights are incorporated into the side vinyl moldings.

(from page 1 of the 1975 Collection) Dark Red 1975 Mustang II Ghia coupe, left rear view.

(from page 1 of the 1975 Collection) This pony emblem remains pretty much unchanged since 1964.

(from page 1 of the 1975 Collection) The Ghia emblem is mounted to the vinyl top.

(from page 1 of the 1975 Collection) The V8 emblem is placed on the front fender in front of the wheel. On this car is is only visible on the left side.

(from page 1 of the 1975 Collection) Under the hood is the big 5.0L V8 engine.

(from page 1 of the 1975 Collection) The interior is dark red.

(from page 1 of the 1975 Collection) A peek into the trunk.

(from page 1 of the 1975 Collection) This is the Data Tag which is found on the inside rear edge of the driver's side door. Notice the lighter red around the tag? Looks like the Dark Red repaint is a few shades darker than the original paint. Let's decode it. The 60H body is for the 2-door coupe Ghia. The color has three parts: 2M is for the Dark Red paint, E is for the half levant style vinyl roof cut, and W is the white vinyl used. It has a BD dark red colored interior (trim). The C-4 Automatic transmission is the W. 3 is for the 2.79 ratio rear axle. 71 is for the Los Angeles California District Sales Office (DSO)that orders the car


(from page 1 of the 1975 Collection) Dark Yellow Green 1975 Mustang II coupe owned by John Valentin from Astoria, New York. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting March 24, 2013. It has it's original V6 engine and and automatic transmission. John adds, "I have had the Mustang for 4 years already. I purchased it from a gentleman who loved the car as much as I do now. I was not in the market for a classic car but, she caught my eye and I had to have her."

(from page 1 of the 1975 Collection) It has a set of late model Mustang wheels.

(from page 1 of the 1975 Collection) This must be an earlier photo. It has a different set of wheels.


(from page 1 of the 1975 Collection) Tan metallic or Tan Glow 1975 Mustang II coupe with a 105hp (at 400rpm), 170 cubic inch (2.8 liter), 2 barrel, 6 cylinder engine; and Ghia options of a half vinyl roof, fog lamps, color keyed body side molding, and luxury interior. Those are original 1975 Mustang wheels.

(from page 2 of the 1975 Collection) Tan metallic 1975 Mustang II Ghia coupe, front end view. Many Ghia's were ordered with bumper guards, this one was not.

(from page 2 of the 1975 Collection) Left front view of a Tan metallic 1975 Mustang II Ghia coupe with a half vinyl roof and color matched body side molding.

(from page 2 of the 1975 Collection) 1975 Tan metallic Mustang II Ghia coupe, right front view showing off the 1975 Mustang sport wheels. Needs some new vinyl and a bit of paint.

(from page 2 of the 1975 Collection) Right side view of a 1975 Mustang II Ghia coupe in Tan metallic paint.

(from page 2 of the 1975 Collection) Tan metallic 1975 Mustang II Ghia coupe, rear right view showing some needed restoration work.

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