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20 cars (89 pictures) found: year of "1976", roof type of "pillar/post", grouped by car

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(6 photos of a 1976 Bright Blue Mustang Ghia Coupe) Bright Blue 1976 Mustang II with Ghia Luxury Group (half vinyl roof, hood striping, bodyside moldings, velour cloth interior color-keyed sun visors and headliner, and center console) and a 112hp (302ci, 5.0 liter, V8) under the hood. The Ghia Luxury Group was extensive enough in 1974 to 1981 that it became the fourth model number (04 for 1976) selling for $334 more than the standard notchback coupe (or two-door sedan). Ghia was a group of Italian designers which Ford acquired a controlling interest in 1970 who designed the Mustang II models which started in 1974.



(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 Black Mustang Ghia Coupe) Check out the factory red vinyl top on this 1976 Mustang II Ghia notchback. It has a red interior as well. Under the hood is a 4-cylinder engine connected to an automatic transmission.

(10 photos of a 1976 Silver Blue Glow Mustang Ghia Coupe) This Silver Blue Glow 1976 Mustang II Ghia coupe is in pretty good condition for its age. It has the Ghia luxury options package which includes bumper guards, body side color matched molding, pin striping, a silver blue half vinyl roof, fog lamps, and a luxury interior. This car also has the mid-sized 104hp (at 4000rpm), 170 cubic inch (2.8 liter), 2 barrel, 6 cylinder engine.

(2 photos of a 1976 Green Mustang II Coupe) Green 1976 Mustang II notchback owned by Sandra Britton from, Morrisville Pennsylvania. Sandra tells us that its a V8 conversion 347 striker 417 up 400 ft pounds of torque, 380 gears C4 with a shift kit, 15" centerlines 8 and a half wide in the back.

(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."

(10 photos of a 1976 Medium Gold Mustang Coupe) Medium Gold metallic 1977 Mustang II coupe with fog lamps, sport wheels, gold full vinyl top, body side molding, color keyed sport mirrors, and a 2.8L (170ci), 2 barrel, 6-cylinder engine originally rated at 104hp (at 4000rpm). Missing some front bumper chrome, but otherwise in pretty good shape for 66K miles.

(10 photos of a 1976 Medium Gold Mustang MPG Coupe) This is a Medium Gold 1976 Mustang II MPG notchback coupe. It has a cream interior and a cream colored vinyl top. MPG was a model name given to Mustang IIs with the base level 4-cylinder engine. The MPG came standard with the 2.97 rear and an automatic transmission (like this one). A manual transmission was optional.

(1 photo of a 1976 Cream Yellow Mustang II Special Value Package Coupe) Cream 1976 Mustang coupe with medium gold lower rocker panel paint, sport wheels, fog lamps, pin stripes, and matching creme vinyl interior. No passenger side rear view mirror on this car. The options of this Mustang II is from the Limited Edition Special Value Package. This is a Ford promotional photo.

(1 photo of a 1976 Cream Mustang Ghia MPG Coupe Advertisement) Advertisement for the 1976 Mustang II MPG showing a Cream yellow Ghia optioned Mustang II with the 2.3 liter, overhead cam, 4-cylinder engine which featured the best gas mileage at 34 mpg highway and 24 mpg city. In the upper right a small image of at two tone silver and blue Stallion optioned Mustang hatchback is shown.

(7 photos of a 1976 Dark Brown Mustang Ghia Coupe) Dark Brown 1976 Mustang II Ghia coupe with a tan interior and a V6 engine under the hood. This one has power disc brakes up front, a floor-shifted automatic transmission, and wears a set of Mustang wheels.

(5 photos 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.

(2 photos of a 1976 Cream Yellow Mustang Ghia Coupe) Cream 1976 luxury sport optioned Ghia Mustang coupe with Westminster cloth in Cream (Code DV), Black, Bright Red, Blue and Tan was also available as interiors. Standard options include half vinyl roof, deluxe wheel covers, color matched bodyside molding, dual accent paint stripes, standard chrome grille with fog lamps, and luxury interior. This Ghia Mustang has the following options: center console, dual remote mirrors, select shift automatic transmission, and wide band tires. This photo is from the cover of the 1976 Ford Mustang promotional catalog.

(1 photo of a 1976 Bright Red Mustang MPG Coupe) Skiing anyone? Here is a nice Red on Red base level 1976 Mustang II coupe. No options visible here with the standard chrome grille, fog lamps, and full wheel covers. Ford called this the Mustang II MPG Hardtop because it came standard with the most fuel efficient engine (93 horsepower, 2.3 liter, 4 cylinder). More information on this car can be found in 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 Ghia MPG Coupe) The 1976 Mustang MPG package of the 93hp 2.3L 4-cylinder also came in the luxury sport optioned Ghia coupe. The Ghia came standard with half vinyl roof, pin stripes, body side moldings, color-keyed mirrors, and luxury interior. This car has been upgraded with wire wheels and bumper guards. This photo is also in the 1976 Ford Mustang promotional catalog.

(2 photos of a 1976 Dark Red Mustang Ghia Coupe) Dark Red 1976 Mustang II coupe with Ghia luxury package which included half vinyl roof, body side color keyed side moldings, color keyed sport mirrors, fog lamps, and a luxury interior.

(1 photo of a 1976 Mustang II Promotional Sales Brochure) A 1976 Mustang II coupe in Creme exterior paint with a creme vinyl half roof is featured on this part of the 1976 Ford lineup sales brochure.

(7 photos of a 1976 Polar White Mustang Ghia Coupe) Check out this photo of a Polar White 1976 Mustang II Ghia notchback. It's a HDR photo. This Mustang II has a white half vinyl top, blue interior, automatic, and the 2.8L V6 engine.

(1 photos of a 1976 Cream Mustang II Special Value Package Coupe) This is a Ford promotional photo of a 1976 Mustang II Limited Edition Special Value Package which includes the two-tone Cream over Gold exterior paint. The package content is listed as special lower body tutone paint combinations, dual accent bodyside tape stripes, styled steel wheels with trim rings, special seat inserts, and brushed aluminum instrument panel applique. Other exterior color combinations include White over Red and White over Blue.
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