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Evolution of the Ford Mustang

The evolution of the body of the mustang and specifications

Matt Turo

on 24 September 2012

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Transcript of Evolution of the Ford Mustang

The Evolution of the Ford Mustang 1964 Ford Mustang 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 1960's Mustangs 1970's Mustang 1980's mustang 1990's mustang 2000's mustang 2011, 2012,2013
mustangs First models made were
convertibles and coupes. Early Mustangs were
powered by Ford's tepid
170-horsepower incline
six cylinder engine. Mustang was 181.6 inches
long on a 108-inch wheelbase. By: Matt Turo The 1970's Mustang was smaller
than previous models. The 1973 model sat on a
94.2 inch wheelbase and was 500
pounds less than previous models. It had a 2.8 liter Vulcan
V-6 engine. During the late 70's and the 80's
Mustangs were having problems
and their sales decreased. The mustang body framed changed. Sales started to change in the 1990's The 1990 GT featured a 302 cubic-inch
V8 rated at 225 horsepower. Fewer than 27,000 Mustang convertibles were produced in 1990. The price of the mustang in 1990 was
$19,878. The 2000 model was the
rebirth of the heritage mustangs Ford Mustangs were now
back to being very popular 2011 2012 2013 The Mustangs now keep the
same body frames and specifications
because they have a good thing going.
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