Mustang

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1972 Ford Mustang

1972 Ford Mustang

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Since there was a major restyling in ’71, the 1972 Mustang remained largely unchanged. America said goodbye to the Boss model, the H.O. 351 was the best power plant in 1972. Compression was down but still retained solid lifters.
1970 Ford Mustang

1970 Ford Mustang

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The 1970 Mustang changed little from ’69 and included dual-unit headlights instead of the quad-unit used previously. The 390ci was dropped and the 351ci Cleveland replaced the 351 Windsor. The Mach 1, Boss 302, and Boss 429 returned The Mach 1 still retained the 428CJ as top power plant.
1967 Ford Mustang

1967 Ford Mustang

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The 1967 Mustang received significant styling changes that included revised grille and taillights-the taillights you recognize on Mustangs these days with the three vertical lights on either side of the tail.
1966 Ford Mustang

1966 Ford Mustang

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Not much was changed for the 1966 Mustang due to great sales from previous years. However, 14-inch tires came standard on all models and the GT’s instrument cluster was made standard on all models.
1970 Shelby Mustang

1970 Shelby Mustang

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The 1970 Shelby Mustang would be the last year from Shelby. Around 789 1969 Shelbys went unsold, so they were updated with new VINs under FBI supervision, and twin black hood stripes were added along with a Boss 302 type chin spoiler.
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