Hitting the market in 1973, the all new Mustang II was a considerable change from its predecessor and was offered in notchback and fastback styles on a platform shared with the compact Pinto. Just three engine options were offered, a 2.3L I4, 2.8L V6, and a 4.9L V8. Due to the recent oil crisis, an emphasis was placed on fuel efficiency and a new “MPG” trim was introduced in 1975 that featured a taller 3.18 rear axle and a catalytic converter that enabled it to score 23/34 city/highway MPG scores.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to bring this lovely 1976 Mustang II to your attention. Finished in a simple shade of White with Medium Bright Blue Poly lower accents, this Mustang II is in remarkable shape. The car is all original inside and out and was purchased last year from the original owner who had it since new. The exterior is very clean and straight, with contrasting paintwork, factory steel wheels, brand new white wall tires, a rear hatchback, and MPG decals. The interior is clean and original as well, with patterned blue cloth seats, winder windows, wood trimmed shift knob, handbrake, and steering wheel. It also features a factory AM/FM cassette deck and as well as a tachometer. The car has just 45k miles on the clock and it is said to be all original and that the car has always been garaged.
The car had is well loved and cared for by its two owners and it recently was treated to a new original carburetor on the smooth running 2.3L I4 engine. The car is highly original and it is very unique to find one in this condition. You won't be disappointed!
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