1976 Mustang Parts
Ford made very few changes to 1976 Mustang parts. In fact, the only 76 Mustang parts that were changed involved the addition of two new, popular option packages and other minor cosmetic changes throughout the lineup. The two new option packages featured numerous special 1976 Ford Mustang parts, though both were only appearance packages, and offered no performance benefits.
Ford Mustang 1976By Bill Tumas: The first was the Cobra II package, which was only available on fastbacks. Some of the 1976 Mustang parts that were changed for this package included louvered covers on the rear quarter windows, a front air dam, a rear spoiler, and a simulated hood air scoop, plus a custom, striped paint job with special Cobra II badging. The other package that changed the appearance of many 76 Mustang parts was called the Stallion package. It was also restricted to fastbacks and featured custom black and silver paint, plus forged aluminum wheels and bold decals. Both were largely considered styling packages, and could be had with practically any engine.
Few other changes were made for the 1976 Mustang. One involved the Ghia moonroof, which became optional for any model. Another unique fact about the 1976 Mustang II was that, while the Cobra II package was restricted to the fastback version of the 1976 Mustang, it could be added to the Mach 1 fastback, giving those owners a Mustang II Mach 1 Cobra II. Sales of 1976 Ford Mustang parts were down slightly, to 187,567.
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