1975 Mustang Parts
After unveiling a completely new model the year before, few 1975 Ford Mustang parts were changed for the new year. However, with many customers clamoring for better performance, Ford responded, adding the 302 V8 as an optional engine once again. These 1975 Mustang parts were initially tuned for 122 horsepower, but quickly got bumped up to 139. This engine was only available with a 3-speed automatic transmission.
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Ford Mustang 1975By Bill Tumas: Other 75 Mustang parts were adjusted to accommodate the V8, including a longer and higher hood and more support for mounting the heavier engine. For the Ghia trim, several 1975 Ford Mustang parts changed, including the addition of a new moonroof option, and a 'Silver' Luxury Group. The addition of a standard fold down rear seat, cast aluminum wheels, and steel belted radials were a few of the 1975 Mustang parts that were changed throughout the model lineup.
The 1975 Ford Mustang also briefly featured a special "MPG" model that had a catalytic converter in place of some of the emissions hardware, which proved unnecessary when the catalytic converter was on board the 1975 Mustang. That change increased mileage and driveability, as the engine was able to be retuned for better performance. While the technology remained, the MPG model disappeared during the 1975 Mustang model year. However, despite these changes to 75 Mustang parts and the new V8, sales plummeted by more than 50%, to 188,575.
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