Coupe and Hatchback (both 4 passenger in 2+2 arrangement).
Mach I (hatchback), Ghia (coupe), Hatchback, and Coupe.
Note: Cobra II and King Cobra DID NOT receive unique VIN designations.
2.3L (140 cu.in.) OHC L4 - HP: 88@4800rpm, Torque: 118 ft.lb.@2800rpm (1978).
2.8L (171 cu.in.) OHV V6 - HP: 89@4200rpm, Torque: 143 ft.lb.@2200rpm (1978).
5.0L (302 cu.in.) OHV V8 - HP: 139@3600rpm, Torque: 248 ft.lb.@1800rpm (1978).
3 speed automatic: C3 or C4 with smaller bellhousing for the Mustang II transmission tunnel.
4 speed manual: with internal rod shifter, German made, specific to the Mustang II, i.e. the Pinto trans DOES NOT fit.
4 speed manual: with internal rod shifter, specific to the German made V6.
Rack and Pinion (power optional).
Front disc and rear drum brakes (all models) (power optional).
Unequal length A arms on full width suspension carrier.
Note for Mustang II customizers: Hot-Rodders often use the Mustang II front suspension assembly to replace old solid axle setups, so many custom tubular A arms and shock combinations are available. The Mustang II spindles use the same bearings as the Granada so its 11" discs can be swapped with a custom caliper bracket. Check Hot-Rodder or Street-Rodder magazines for sources.
Eight inch like '64-'73, or 6.75 inch Pinto rear.
Full range of ratios from 2.79:1 to 3.50:1.
Available Detroit Locker and Traction-Loc limited slip.
Note for Mustang II customizers: Rear disc brakes are available for Ford 8" rear ends.
Power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, cruise control, T-tops, sunroof, handling package, stereo radio with 8 track, intermittant wipers.