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  1. Mustang General Discussions
    I own a 1975 Mustang II hatchback, and I constantly get different comments about it. Some people say "Those aren't around anymore because they're a piece of junk!!" and others say "That Mustang is rare, it might be of great value." For the condition it's in, it's not too bad for being 36 years...
  2. Classic Mustangs
    need all tranny parts shifter, and clutch info if possible,it is a 140 c.i 4 cyl so either a RAD-B OR RAD-F TRANS. STARTER IF POSSIBLE.any and all info is appreciated/.
  3. Classic Mustangs
    need to onstal seat cover s and the head rest moves up and down but wont come out
  4. Classic Mustangs
    If it is u-joint, how expensive is that to fix at a garage/shop? The car is a 4 cylinder automatic.
  5. Classic Mustangs
    hey im looking into buying a 1975 mustang II cobra for 500$ it has an amazing exterior and interior with new tires alternator etc. anyways its in nice condition except the engine is seized up and will not start. im not great with cars, i now alot of stuff but not so good with diagnosing engine...
  6. Classic Mustangs
    A wiring diagram for what? Engine ? body? radio? In 75 they were pretty simple, A good mechanic could trace the wires with a test light. Need more info.
  7. Classic Mustangs
    Im looking to buy a 1975 Mustang II. its a v8, 302, with about Original 30,000 miles. Original paint (white)... no power steering. Its an old lady selling it for $2,500. i know thats a low price so im thinking about buying it and then selling it.... How much can i sell this car for? or should i...
  8. Mustang General Discussions
    Maybe a project you never could finish. Please drop me an awnser, with some contact information. (e.g. email address and name, NOT last name)
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