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1974 Ford Mustang II Ghia Coupe RWDReview
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Fast On Race Day — Parts for the engine are very hard to find, have to get them from Germany. Long wait to get them and cost is high. All the body parts are available state side. Trans parts a now available state side also.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Very quick. Runs smooth with a little cam lope.

Cons: Needs restoration

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Amazing — an amazing car overall mine was a more luxerious like casette player duel exhaust the performance is ok it accels a little slow but the carb is bad and it needs new tirers... it only costs me about 1000 dollars but already owned it a few months and almost put two hundred into it. gas mileage is good for the age of the car and sitting for thirteen yrs.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: it runs amazing unless owned by farm boys

Cons: dont buy if used by people that live on a farm where it sat for 13 yrs. or you will have major mechanical problems

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1974 Ford Mustang II Mach 1 Fastback RWDReview
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Barn Find! — I found this Mustang II several years ago. It was sitting in someones garage since sometime in 1979. It has 40k original miles indicated on the odometer. The engine failed early and no one decided to repair it. I have just started to repair the vehicle to bring it back to life. How often do you find a unrestored car with plates and tags on it that expired 30 years ago!

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: It's a CLASSIC!

Cons: I can't drive it yet!

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Everythings Needs A Little Push — Everything on the mustang is down sized. The point was to make it more fuel efficient. The 140 CID has only 88 horsepower and 80 ft/lb torque. The downsized body, in my opinion is a good thing. Lighter, and easy to handle. THe interior is a bit cramped in the back, but the front is spectacular. With a nice paint job and nice rims, the car is a show stopper.

Pros: Attracts attention

Cons: NEEDS A STRONGER ENGINE

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1974 Ford Mustang II Mach 1 Fastback RWDReview
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Mustang__name Says It All — awesome performance of accelaration[thats wat it is called muscle car]thought the top speed is low i bet you can beat the opponent in any kinda,,,drifiting with this is fun!!! handling is awesome.and coming to interiors it is awesome.maitnace is a bit lot.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: accelaration,looks,performance

Cons: suspension

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Overall- Loved It Then, And Love It Now... — I also own a 74 Mustang II Hatchback. My first car. It's a 4 cylinder, so it's great on gas. Lots of space, and hatchback is really convenient for transporting large items. Was going to sell it, but it's been hard to part with!

Owner for 32 years, 0 months

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1978 Ford Mustang II Reviews

Mustang Ii By Allen

I liked the styling, and the fact that Mustang IIs are the redheaded step children of the Mustang family. It was given, free, to my brother around 1990. We shared it for a year or so, but it was old a... Read More

Awesome By Zack

Amazing car, mustang ii front ends were ahead of their time and the car has decent handling and is quite quick do to them weighing in at about 3000lbs, fun car to drive and to go cruising in. No matte... Read More

1977 Ford Mustang II Reviews

Mustang Ii By Matthew

very fun car! 302 v8 3 speed automatic. i may try a 4 speed manual. some say i should not waist my time with this car but i see far to much potental and i hope to change a few opinions. Read More

Little Red Pony By Lisa

Was a great car except for some minor rust. A few radiator problems because I couldn't find a replacement. Wish it was ready to run again, what fun we had crusing around in this. Could still catch ... Read More

1976 Ford Mustang II Reviews

Keeping It Forever!!! By Gary

0-60 mph 3.5 seconds, 1/4 mile 11.8 seconds. This car is quick. It has 430 flywheel HP and drilled and slotted front brakes. Handles very well. It needs body work and paint. This car is very fun to ... Read More

Needs Some Work To Be Great By Andy

This mustang was my first manual and it's overall just incredibly fun to drive. it doesn't have great performance, but it would be incredibly easy to drop in a 302, a 5-speed tranny, and a 9-inch rear... Read More

1975 Ford Mustang II Reviews

If I Didn,t Know It Was A Mustang,not Sure What I Would Think It Is By corvairman0

style,looks,& power untill i put the pony on the grill most people had no idea what it was. you can tell that the builder put a lot of money & thought behind making this car apealing. a real head tu... Read More

Woo!!!! This Thing Is Amazing!!! By Lane

THIS CAR RULES!!!!!!!!! If u wanna drive your own, most rental places have this sweet car ready for anyone to drive. It may not get the best gas milage but its a great car. This car has never let me d... Read More

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