When you first glance at the 1977 Ford Mustang brochure you cant help but do a double take. The Ford Mustang II that graces the cover is featured in red with T-tops and ground effects on the salt flats in front a couple sail racers. The Ford Mustang makes driving fun again and features sweet handling. The plain old Mustang is hard to find in this Mustang sales pamphlet. However there is no shortage of sporty and luxurious models on display. From the new Ford Mustang Ghia sports group to head turning Mustang Cobra it appeals to a wide range of consumers.
You have many options to choose from when you go through the 1977 Ford Mustang brochure. You can chose the sporty 2-door hardtop, with an optional flip up open air roof, windshield washers controls on the turn signal (new for Ford) or you can have a 3-door model which is the conventional 2-door coupe with a rear hatch rather than a trunk. You can also choose from a new sport steering wheel and a blackout grille, which comes standard on the 2+2 model.
I must say that the options and the variety that is available in the new 1977 Ford Mustang is impressive. When you go through all the pages of the 1977 Ford Mustang brochure you will be amazed as much as I was with the choices. Start with the ever-popular legendary Ford Mustang Cobra II. Mustang Mach 1, and move on to the Mustang II Ghia. The packages are also rather broad and encompassing with the Rallye package, the 2+2 appearance package or the Mustang Mach 1 package.
The outside of the 1997 Ford Mustang is sporty, but lets not forget about the interior. The interior options are quite appealing as shown in 1977 Ford Mustang brochure. They feature a velour trim option, luxury interior group, Cobra II interior, Rallye interior, a cloth/vinyl upholstery package or the all vinyl trim. That does even begin to cover all the color options shown in the 19977 Mustang sales pamphlets. Overall the 1977 Ford Mustang is a winner with the consumer.
1977 Ford Mustang Brochure and PDF Literature
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