With the debut of Mach-E's carrying the Mustang brand in unfamiliar directions, now is an opportune time to look again at ponies that have failed traditionally. Today's nice pipe or pipe crack Mustang II represents the most broken editions – at least so far. Let's see if this and its price are really that bad.
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I n a case that just woke up from a coma – welcome back! – you probably know that this week Ford unveiled a new Mustang. Not only that, they introduced a new type of Mustang, called the Mach-E, which is not a pony, but an all-electric five-door hatchback. Purists clutched their blue oval p counts as the car was being introduced, and the debate broke out in the coming days, as this Tesla Model Y competitor could actually wear the Mustang mystique mantle.
Here's the short and lean one for all that: all car manufacturers have to go electric, and the best place to start is the tall model line where the profits are thickest. Turning Mach-E into a crossover is headed to the center of the most lucrative category on the market, and its Mustang name gives it a share right out the door that no new name would have. Everything is very inventive on the part of Ford.
Mach-E will be a hit? It's hard to say. The car is within a few inches in almost all directions of the upcoming Telsa Model Y, and this marking has even more equity in the target audience than Ford or Mustang .
If Mach-E fails, it won't be the first time the Mustang has missed the mark. As early as the early 1970s, automakers in the United States faced the frightening double pleasure of requirements for both safer and more economical products.
The Mustang debuted in April 1964 and rides on a platform that is rooted in the earlier Falcon. By the dawn of the next decade, it was growing bigger and more bloated. Something had to change and the eventual change was so dramatic that the new car arrived for the 1974 model year was called the Mustang II. Unfortunately there was no Electric Boogaloo edition.
The Mustang II shifted the model from the mid-sized Falcon platform – which continued below Maverick – to that of the recently debuted and clean sheet designed by Pinto. This new Stang is a number of firsts for the line – the first boot and steering, the first available four-cylinder engine, the first Mustang hatchback and the first to offer no convertible among them.
Here's the thing, none of this really works. While the Mustang II was significantly more space efficient and modern, it lacked (19459018) the older car is a ne sais quoi – not considered a true pony car.
This may not be unfair to both the Mustang and its designers, as the car actually marks a return to the original Mustang's dimensions and it still offers the V8 option, it just seems designed.
Okay, so the Mustang II, like Edsel before, might not have been one of Ford's most brilliant moments. This does not mean that, like Edsel, they are not interesting and desirable today. with a microcosm of the 70's retro- is this 1977 Mustang II Coupe as fun as they come.
It is amazing that this orange over more shitty orange, the semi-Landau equipped coupe is offered to Hemings. This condition is obviously justified. The paint – Tangerine Orange with white stripes on the nose and tail – looks in excellent condition. When comparing the exterior to what is sprayed under the hood, fading is noticeable, but not bad at all. Some adhesive smears downplay the vinyl top, but this also seems easy to ignore.
The interior is … well, amazing. Upholstery is a blend of vinyl and fabric, the latter being one of the most aggressively sophisticated models. An additional steering wheel and a toggle button clothe other tactile surfaces and complement the standard fake dash wood. The only problem here really is what seems to be some change in the color of the door and the passenger side frame. However, I'm not sure if it's just noise in the photos or not.
Mechanical machines are just as interesting as this crazy interior, This Mustang shakes a 2.8-liter Cologne V6 and a four-speed stick. With the fuel injection, the Germany-built six made a reasonable 158 horsepower in their homeland. Here, in a 2-barrel carburettor for the states, made … um, 93 horses.
The car is described in its advertisement as in excellent condition and comes with a clean title and only 38,000 miles on the clock.
What is the price for this disco time machine? The asking price is $ 18,700 and before you go into the crazy crush at the Crack Pipe button several times, take a moment to explore the Mustang II market. Being unloved for so long, many of these cars made their way to the great coral in the sky, and this left less and less to satisfy the demand. Many have given up stopping and heading for the industrial car kit industry.
This is an exemplary example of the breed, and while it may not be the greatest Mustang ever lived, it is certainly representative of some of the brand's rich history. As a new story is currently being created with the introduction of the Mach-E, perhaps the time has come to shine with II? What do you think this classic Mustang II costs $ 18,700? Or is this price as crazy as an electric crossover Mustang?
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