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[For Sale] 1978 Mustang II, Only 82 Miles
#1
Saw this story on Hemmings! Owner is asking $26K!

Would be cool to see one this well preserved.

Here is the link: Mustang II



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OLE PONY;79078 Wrote:Saw this story on Hemmings! Owner is asking $26K!

Would be cool to see one this well preserved.

Here is the link: Mustang II

Cool story but..........................thats a lot of money
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#3
Who the heck saved a 78 mustang? Makes me wonder what the deal was with that
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#4
Wow...great condish...20ish miles...Trailer queen 4 banger Wink
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#5
I always liked to have one of these and build a mustang out of it. Anyhow they got a bad rap but seriously If there was no mustang II there may not have been mustangs today. That car saved the mustang from the chopping block during the oil crisis and emissions era. Oh and they sold well. I do like the lines and a nasty v8 would be awesome with some restomod touches.
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matrixx;79087 Wrote:I always liked to have one of these and build a mustang out of it. Anyhow they got a bad rap but seriously If there was no mustang II there may not have been mustangs today. That car saved the mustang from the chopping block during the oil crisis and emissions era. Oh and they sold well. I do like the lines and a nasty v8 would be awesome with some restomod touches.

I have one Wink Im still working on...I pulled it out of the trees...lol...made a small video of it...I realy like these cars my self...Bad rap..But with mods they made amazing drag cars....light..v8 if you want...and a very strong body and frame...They say even better than the fox body mustangs ..very strong ..mine is a 1974 mach 1......only year mustang didnt make a v8 ..lol..has a v6 with a holley 4 banger...Some one was racing it back in the day..lol

Mine isnt as nice as hemnings survivor...lol
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDxkV8wmBLc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfnnLd_Yp...ure=relmfu now no one can tell me thats not a good looking fast car.."drools" 850 hp in a car only 2800 pounds at the most...lol..I think much better looking than a fox body now days.
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hyena429;79088 Wrote:
matrixx;79087 Wrote:I always liked to have one of these and build a mustang out of it. Anyhow they got a bad rap but seriously If there was no mustang II there may not have been mustangs today. That car saved the mustang from the chopping block during the oil crisis and emissions era. Oh and they sold well. I do like the lines and a nasty v8 would be awesome with some restomod touches.

I have one Wink Im still working on...I pulled it out of the trees...lol...made a small video of it...I realy like these cars my self...Bad rap..But with mods they made amazing drag cars....light..v8 if you want...and a very strong body and frame...They say even better than the fox body mustangs ..very strong ..mine is a 1974 mach 1......only year mustang didnt make a v8 ..lol..has a v6 with a holley 4 banger...Some one was racing it back in the day..lol

Mine isnt as nice as hemnings survivor...lol
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDxkV8wmBLc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfnnLd_Yp...ure=relmfu now no one can tell me thats not a good looking fast car.."drools" 850 hp in a car only 2800 pounds at the most...lol..I think much better looking than a fox body now days.

Great find and save
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#8
Don Perkins could find room for it. There are a few II collectors out there but other than putting this car in storage or a museum it really isn't worth more than maybe half of the asking price on a good day. Ask the owners of low mileage 79 and 94 pace cars who saved their cars as invesments - they're not worth as much as what they cost new.
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#9
Original gas still in the tank? Eeewwwww! Lol

Seriously though neat car to have so few miles and factory new.

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71 M-code Mach 1, Medium Blue/White Sport, 4R70W, 3L50, Factory Ram Air.
72 Q-code Mach 1, Pewter/Black Sport, 4-spd, 3L25.
65 Convertible, Britney Blue/White/White, more modified than original.
05 Convertible, Legend Lime/Tan/Tan, future classic??
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#10
Wow that's a cool little ride.
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