1970 Mustang Parts
Body & Sheet Metal
- Get the outside of your pony car looking like-new by installing replacement components where needed.
- Modernize your classic Mustang's systems for vastly improved stopping distances, better safety, and superior handling.
- Tackle wiring projects and more right in your own garage by getting all of the parts you need.
- Turn your Mustang's cabin into a much more enjoyable place to be with components to restore and customize.
- Classic cars are great in their own right but need some upgrades to achieve modern handling and ride quality.
Wheels & Tires
- Whether you want a vintage or contemporary design, we offer exactly what you need to keep your Mustang rolling in style.
- Refurbish or enhance your motor by picking up everything you need, from nuts and bolts to superchargers.
1970 Mustang Parts
Few changes were made to 1970 Ford Mustang parts, after another redesign the previous year. The biggest change affecting 70 Mustang parts was the termination of the partnership between Ford and Shelby, resulting in the disappearance of the GT350 and GT500 models and all of the related 1970 Mustang parts. The Mustang GT also disappeared for the 1970 model year.Overall, there were only several minor changes to 1970 Ford Mustang parts. The largest change to 70 Mustang parts regarded a redesigned grille with built-in headlights and the addition of horizontal scoops into the area where the headlights were previously. Otherwise, only a few appearance tweaks were made to 1970 Mustang parts, along with the discontinuation of the 390 V-8. Approximately 191,000 Mustangs were sold in 1970.
However, 1970 Mustang buyers still had lots of options to choose from when specifying their 1970 Ford Mustang. Both the Boss 302 and Boss 429 remained available for the 1970 model year, as did the popular Mach 1. With these models all still in the 1970 Mustang lineup, buyers had numerous performance models to choose from. The 1970 Ford Mustang also had a new 351 Cleveland V8, which replaced the previous 351 Windsor engine and had more power than its predecessor.
CJ Pony Parts offers 1970 Ford Mustang parts from many of the most popular vendors, such as Cardone Select, Dynamat, Ididit, Ken Harrison, Ron Morris, and Walker. Accessories are available for most parts, along with books and installation guides, and any tools and supplies that might be necessary for your project. Feel free to contact the CJ Pony Parts team. The knowledgeable sales and customer care staff are happy to help you with any of your 1970 Mustang parts installation questions and/or can take your order, either via the phone or on our website.
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