It has been fifteen years ago since the Mustang hit the streets and the 1979 model is a whole new breed. When look at the 1979 Ford Mustang brochure its obvious that the Mustang has changed or evolved. According to Ford this Mustang is engineered to help put pure excitement back into driving. The new Mustang starts from the ground up with a new suspension system that combines strut type front and 4 bar link rear suspension. Then add rack and pinion steering, a front stabilizer bar and front disc brakes.
Now lets talk about performance, the 1979 Ford Mustang brochure features starting with the 2.3 liter overhead cam 4 cylinder engine and 4 speed floor mounted manual transmission. Want more and you can opt for a 2.3 liter turbocharged four, a 2.8 liter V-6 motor or a 5.0 liter 302 CID V-8. All of these powerhouses come with a manual transmission, but you choose a Select Shift automatic transmission if you prefer.
You will notice that the new 1979 Ford Mustang brochure proudly spells out the specifications of this new breed Mustang. This Mustang in wider, longer and it has a longer wheelbase that last year’s model. This extra room can be appreciate throughout the vehicle from the 3 more inches of shoulder room in the front and 4 inches in the back, 2 inches of hip room in front and 6 inches hip room in back plus 5 inches of leg room in the back. The best part about all this extra room is that the new Mustang actually weighs nearly 200 pounds less than the 1978 model.
The new Mustang just keeps on giving from the body styling to the numerous interior options that would appeal to practically everyone. From AM radio to a FM Stereo radio with either 8-track player or cassette deck featuring dual rear speakers with the Premium sound system and a 12 watts RMS per channel amplifier. You will be impressed when you study the 1979 Ford Mustang brochure and discover all the extras and features the new breed of Mustang has to offer.
1979 Ford Mustang Brochure and PDF Literature
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