Looking for a Used Mustang in your area?
CarGurus has 35,081 nationwide Mustang listings starting at $145.
Average User Score
4.9 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 14 reviews
1971 Ford Mustang Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 14 reviews
One of the more popular trims for the 1971 Ford Mustang was the Boss 351, and the "Boss" moniker is very appropriate to the position that the pony car held around its fellow muscle cars. However, in 1971, the Mustang made hardly a splash among enthusiasts, with only 1806 of the Boss Mustangs were produced, a small percentage of the 149,678 released that year.
The 1971 Mustang was part of Ford's attempt to save its failing line of cars. The standard engine was a 250-ci inline 6, but options ranged up to a 429-ci V8 with 375 horsepower. The Mustang was the biggest and longest ever produced, so it was imperative that the engine be able to move the big car along at speeds to which its enthusiasts had become accustomed.
On the outside, the car looked nearly identical to the 1970 model, but the interior was all-new. Power windows now came standard, and different colors were available for the seats. Its was different from all others.
What's your take on the 1971 Ford Mustang?
Ford Mustang Questions
I Have A 1971 Mach 1 Mustang With The 351 C.i. V-8 2v Engine . What Can I D...
Looking at a 1971 Mustang on ebay---there is an ignition on the column and looks like there is one on the left side of the dash. Just wondering where is the stock location,was something changed? ebay ...
What Is The Possibility Of Selling A 1971 Mustang Convertible That Has Been...
It has been stored since 1979. It has 80,000 miles and a one owner car. It is lime green with dark green interior and a black convertible top. It is an automatic.
Ive got a 71 mustang with a 302, looking to do some performance upgrades as far as more horsepower/torque...anyone know some of the easier/cheaper ways to get a little more out of the car?? *though...