Jumping right into the 1987 Ford Mustang brochure is like jumping behind the wheel. You can’t help but want to take a new Mustang for a ride on an open road to see what it can really do. When I flip through the Mustang sales literature I almost like the GT model, but I still feel that it’s not even a fraction of what original Mustang was all about. Of course this is strictly my opinion, but I think the Mustang needs to go back to its roots and stop trying to sell every driver on the road.
However when I look through the 1987 Ford Mustang brochure and see all the other models all I can think about is average, run of the mill, and a girl’s car. The 1987 Mustang is the perfect car for the aunt that never got married or a schoolteacher. That’s not a bad thing, but that’s not what I think about when I think about a Ford Mustang. I think about performance, power, speed and a badass ride rather than a run of the mill car that is portrayed in the Mustang brochure seen here.
However I must say that the 1987 Mustang is looking better than it did a few short years ago. Obviously I am talking about the Mustang GT loaded up with the 5.0-liter V8 engine, rear window louvers, cast aluminum wheels and the ground effects. The 1987 Ford Mustang brochure displays a GT model in black and loaded up that actually looks good. The interior of the new Mustang has many options that look sharp and comfortable.
The 1987 Mustang is about more than looks, it is loaded with cutting edge technology and engineering that makes Ford and especially Mustang standout from the crowd. According to the 1987 Ford Mustang brochure it includes features like power assisted rack and pinion steering, gas shocks, multi-port electronic fuel injection and the EEC-IV computer that monitors and controls thousands of operations and calculations in under a minute. The options are so numerous you need to see the 1987 Mustang for yourself.
1987 Ford Mustang Brochure and PDF Sales Pamphlet
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