Mustang II

Snake Charmer: 1978 Ford Mustang King Cobra

    For several years during the 1970’s, the Ford Mustang deviated from its aggressive image backed by powerful performance. Here is an example of the pinnacle of that movement. It is a 1978 Ford Mustang II King Cobra…. more»

No Reserve: 1977 Ford Mustang II Ghia

In the automotive world, timing can be everything. The 1st Generation Mustang created its own market niche, and buyers stampeded Ford dealerships in droves to secure a light and relatively compact car with stunning looks and the potential of… more»

Rare Combination? 1977 Ford Mustang Cobra II

This 1977 Ford Mustang Cobra II’s owner claims that it features a rare paint and trim combination. While I won’t argue that it is slightly unusual, I have been unable to confirm how rare it is. However, one of… more»

Sharp Survivor: 1978 Ford Mustang II King Cobra

For sure, the Mustang II has a smaller fan base than other eras of the classic Mustang. But as we’ve discussed before, it’s not nearly as bad it’s often made out to be when equipped with the right options…. more»

37k Original Miles: 1976 Ford Mustang Cobra II

UPDATE – This Cobra II has popped back up here on eBay! It’s now in Trenton, New Jersey with an opening price of $9,000. This seller has provided better photos this go around, so be sure to take another… more»

V8 Survivor: 1975 Ford Mustang II

The Mustang was reinvented (somewhat) in 1974, with Ford trying to recapture the magic of the original product a decade earlier. The car had gotten bigger and more expensive over the years and the introduction of the smaller Mustang… more»

Museum Piece: 1974 Ford Mustang II

If I have learned one lesson in life, it is the importance of maintaining a sense of humor. This can get you through the darkest time, and it is a character trait that the owner of this 1974 Ford… more»

V8/4-Speed And T-Tops! 1978 Ford Mustang Cobra II

If you need to own a Mustang II, this is probably the one to buy: a real-deal Cobra II, with T-tops, the 302 V8, and a four-speed manual. The Cobra II also wears its original paint job and graphics… more»

Dusty 1978 Ford Mustang II Ghia

The Mustang went on a diet in 1974 when Ford launched the Pinto-based Mustang II. It was an attempt to get back to the car’s roots as a smaller, nimbler model. The move worked as sales increased, but some… more»

Donated 1976 Ford Mustang Cobra II

The Mustang II was produced from 1974 to 1978 and was one of the best selling Mustangs built. This blue and white 1976 Ford Mustang Cobra II is being sold at no reserve here on eBay. The Mustang is… more»

1 Of 547: 1978 Ford Mustang King Cobra

We have reviewed quite a few Mustang IIs here at Barn Finds but this one has to be the best one that we have come across. It is the top of the line King Cobra Mustang II built in… more»

Faded Ford: 1978 Ford Mustang Mach 1

We appreciate Russ sending in this project car. It is a 1978 Ford Mustang Mach 1 located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The Mustang II is listed here on eBay and is bid to $2,000 with 2 days remaining in… more»

Fresh Paint: 1975 Ford Mustang II Ghia

Cars that rolled off the production lines in the 1970s and 1980s are really beginning to come into their own within the classic car scene. This is partly because they have generally managed to remain more affordable than their… more»

Tornado Find: Ford Mustang II Cobra II

We appreciate Paul H. bringing this cute little Cobra II to our our attention. It is actually our first “Tornado Find” as a recent tornado in the Midwest took the garage or barn away and left the Mustang II…. more»

Snow White: 1975 Ford Mustang ll

After a year without a V8 in the Mustang, Ford decided that a 302 cubic inch V8 with two barrel carburetor would be enough for their little Mustang II. Here is a nice and fairly unmolested example. It is… more»

Solid and Clean: 1978 Ford Mustang II King Cobra

The 1978 Mustang II King Cobra can be accused of a lot of things, but being subtle certainly wouldn’t be one of them. The 1978 Pontiac Trans Am was considered to be pretty “in-your-face,” but the King Cobra managed… more»