1974 Ford Mustang

The first-generation Ford Mustang stretched across nearly a decade of sales amounting to millions of vehicles, but by 1973 the pony car had lost a lot of its luster. While GM and Chrysler were busy killing off their muscle cars, or sticking anemic and thirsty V8s under the hood, Ford returned to the drawing board with the intent to replicate the success of the original Mustang. The 1974 Mustang was a back-to-basics approach for Mustang designers, and while enthusiasts may not love it, it was an important turning point for the Mustang brand.

Learn more about the car by visiting our  1974 Ford Mustang In-Depth Guide from MustangSpecs.com.