The Mustang for 1971 is all about choices. You can have the Mustang Mach 1, the Mustang Grande, the Mustang Boss or you can select the hardtop or the convertible. Plus you can power your new Mustang with the standard six-cylinder engine or select one of these powerful V-8 engines. The 302, 351 or the 429 can all be had for a price. Take a closer look at the 1971 Ford Mustang brochure and discover the ever-changing and safer Mustang. Performance, style elegance is the 1971 Ford Mustang.
The number of Mustangs being built each year continues to shrink ever since the 1965 model. Competition is tougher and tougher and for 1971 Ford built 151,484 cars. The most popular model remains to be the coupe with 65,696 units and the second largest build in the Mustang Fastback Mach 1 with 36,499 cars being built. The smallest built is the Boss 351 at 1,806 units. You can get your mustang in 18 different colors and 4 different interior choices. The 1971 Ford Mustang brochure reflects the time, but you wont find all the details because you need to visit the dealership.
The prices for the Mustangs shown in 1971 Ford Mustang brochure have increased slightly, but they are not crazy. The lowest price model is still the coupe coming in at $2,911 for the base, the standard Fastback starts at $2.973, the coupe Grande is $3,117, the standard convertible is $3,227, the Mustang Boss 302 is $3,268 and the top of line Mustang Boss 429 comes in at $4,124. Obviously there are many options you would want to add to your new Mustang that can raise the price substantially, but the base prices are still within reason.
With seven engine choices for the 1971 Mustang the bases are covered, they include the 250 CID six-cylinder, 302 V-8 2-barrel, 351 V-8 2-barrel, 351 V-8 4-barrel, 351 V-8 4-barrel with 285 hp, 351 V-8 4-barrel Boss with 330 hp, 429 V-8 4-barrel and the 429 V-8 4-barrel with 375 hp. Power is not a problem for this small car and a Mustang with 330 horsepower right from the showroom floor is amazing. Check out or download this 1971 Ford Mustang brochure PDF and see what you could have back in the day.
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