“The Mustang legend rolls on” is the first thing you see when you open the 2004 Ford Mustang brochure. The 2004 model marks the 40th anniversary of the Mustang and the brochure does great job of showing us all about the 40th edition. According to the sales literature the Mustang is the one car that has ruled the streets for 40 years. The picture just inside the brochure shows a 2004 Mustang GT in red with the 40th anniversary package with a 1965 Mustang behind it. Quite a contrast between the two when you take closer looks at the 2004 Mustang.

2004 Ford Mustang brochure

We still have our three models, the Mustang GT, Mustang Mach 1 and the Mustang V-6. The Mustang Mach1 is the performance model with its 4.6L 305 horsepower, 32-valve, V-8 engine that produces 320 ft-lb or torque at 4200 rpm and your choice of manual or automatic transmission. With all this power you need some backing so the Mach1 is equipped with front and rear stabilizer bars and Quadra shock gas pressurized rear shocks. The 2004 Ford Mustang brochure is full of energy and makes the cars look great, almost like they are going to jump off the page and tear down the street.

2004 Ford Mustang brochure PDf and sales pamphlet

Check out the interiors of the new Mustangs. There is a separate interior for the Mustang GT and the Mach1. The 40th anniversary badging shown in the 2004 Ford Mustang brochure makes this Mustang even more desired. The Upgrade package and 40th anniversary package you will not only get the badging, but three stainless steel pedals. These small touches are going to make the 2004 Mustang a valuable collector car down the road. Then take a look inside the Mach1 interior and you will notice that its all about the performance, power and speed. The 2004 Mustang sales literature makes you want to take it for a spin.

See the 2004 Ford Mustang Brochure

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