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1975 Ford Mustang II Fastback RWDReview
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If I Didn,t Know It Was A Mustang,not Sure What I Would Think It Is — 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 turner.

Pros: 1 of a kind not another like it

Cons: no ps or air

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1975 Ford Mustang II Mach 1 Fastback RWDReview
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Woo!!!! This Thing Is Amazing!!! — 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 down. and its also from my favorite dealer, and my favorite model.

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

Pros: Its amazing

Cons: there is none

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1975 Ford Mustang II Mach 1 Fastback RWDReview
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Mustang Ii In General 1974-78 —

The Mustang II is a better car than most people think it is. It often is said to be a glorified Pinto when in reality it is the Pinto which used design elements from the Mustang. It had it's quirks but it also had it's good points. The quirks I can sum up with the fact that it was a product of gas shortages, competition from Asain manufacturers and pressure from the EPA and auto insurance regulations. The good pont is that it is an awesome platform to modify into something so much better. Some models came stock with a 124hp (wimp) 5.0L (302c.i.) V-8 which is really sad since in 1971 the same engine put out 210hp. Well, any small block (289, 302, 351W) will fit in this car and any of thoses engines can be highly modified to put out LOADS of power. For example, the 351W can be purchased as a 427c.i. stroker which when built right can put out nearly 900hp without NOS. The car is light, small and nimble and the first Ford with rack and pinion steering which makes it corner like nothing else. Well, with the proper tires/wheels of course. It has a deep tunnel which makes it very strong for torqey engines. Lastly, if you park a 1975 Cobra II, white with blue GT stripes next to a 1966 Mustang Fastback with the same paint, you will notice little differance. I say, give it a chance, after all (and this is only my opinion) it is much better than the 1970-73 tubs (way oversized) and the 1979-1992 glorified Escorts and Fairmont Fox chassis Mustangs that Ford put out. Pros: Classic Mustang body lines, nimble, light, easily customizable Cons: In stock form rather gutless with usless tires, product of sanctions, bad rap from generation used to 1964-69 Mustangs

Pros: Classic Mustang body lines, nimble, light, easily customizable

Cons: In stock form rather gutless with usless tires, product of sanctions, bad rap from generation used to 1964-69 Mustangs

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1975 Ford Mustang II Coupe RWDReview
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Fix Or Repair Daily — This was my first car and it wouldn't get out of the county! It did have a 302 V-8 in it, but it always overheated.

Pros: V-8

Cons: 13 inch tires, no trunk space.

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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

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Fast On Race Day By docb969

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 a... Read More

Amazing By Travis

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 10... Read More

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