In 1981 we want to put you in a car we can both be proud, the 1981 Ford Mustang brochure tells us that the Mustang is a sports car for all of America. The new model gives you a large choice of options and packages. One new option is the Recaro bucket seats, 5-speed manual transmission with overdrive. From the 2-door Mustang to the 3-door hatchback, the Mustang Ghia or the powerful Mustang Cobra Ford has the sports car to fit the bill.
Straight from the pages of the 1981 Ford Mustang brochure we can see the lustrous exterior styling that was engineered in a wind tunnel for maximum performance and economy. With 6 different engine and transmission combinations to choose from everyone can have their Mustang their way. The new Mustang is loaded with power options like rack and pinion steering, strut front suspension, power front disc brakes/rear drum brakes, radial tires, power locks, trunk or hatch and power side windows.
Even the basic Mustang is loaded with standard features that are sure to please. In this 1981 Ford Mustang brochure you will be please to see the incredible amount of features that are standard equipment in 1981. The new Mustang features full instrumentation, including tachometer, trip odometer, and gauges not lights for temperature and oil pressure. Don’t forget about the halogen headlamps and wrap-around bod side molding.
Once you discover all the new options and choice that are available in the 1981 Ford Mustang brochure you will be headed down to your nearest Ford dealer for a firsthand look and test drive. The standard features are plentiful, but the available upgrade options are even more thrilling. You can make your new 1981 Mustang to suit your every taste. From a flip open roof, luggage rack, remote control mirrors, two-tone paint treatments, pinstriping, and a practically endless variety of seat choices and colors. They even have a great selection of wheel covers right from the factory that are well displayed in the 1981 Ford Mustang sales literature.
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