About Ford Mustang
The Ford Mustang is a sports car introduced by Ford. Its original automotive platform was the Ford Falcon, which belonged to the second generation of North America. The original Ford Mustang I 4-seat concept car became the prototype for the 1963 Mustang II two-seater, which was used by Ford to predict how the public would respond to the first product introduced in mid-1962. This model had a top that was 2.7 inches shorter than the 1963 Mustang II. It was introduced on April 17, 1964, and for this reason, it is known to Mustang fans as the "1964½" model. The 1965 version was the most successful carryout of the automaker since the Model T. The Mustang has undergone several improvements until the current sixth generation.
The first generation of Ford Mustang was first produced on August 17, 1964, and immediately caused a sensation, selling over 318,000 cars within a year. Several improvements were made in the following model years, including equipping stronger engines and more advanced clusters. The 1968 model received revised side air intakes, steering wheel, and gas cap. In 1969, the width and length of the body have been increased again, as well as the weight, making the posture more aggressive. 1969 is the last year of the Ford Mustang GT option. The size of the car continued to increase during 1971 and 1973, which had a bad effect. More people shifted their choice to smaller Fords like Maverick. For this case, designers began to narrow the size, known as the second generation.
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The third generation of Ford Mustang was based on the larger Focus platform. The larger body and increased wheelbase provide more interior space for four passengers, especially in the back seat, as well as a larger capacity trunk and a larger engine compartment. Options of two-door coupes, hatchbacks, and convertibles were included. The fourth generation was a great re-design. Hatchbacks were canceled and the appearance was the combination of the elements of all three previous generations. In 1999, a new theme called ‘New Edge ' was applied, equipping with a clearer figure, a large wheel arch cover, and a body fold, but the dimension, interior, and chassis remained unchanged. The power was raised to 140kW in 1999 and 190kW in 2004. The Ford Mustang fourth generation was sold in Australia for the first time. Replace your Ford parts that are worn off, and extend your car life. Our parts are designed, engineered, and tested by the same team that produced the vehicle. Should you have any demand for replacing your parts, please do not hesitate to choose us.
The fifth Ford Mustang generation started in 2004, based on the new D2C platform and several improvements were made. Released in spring 2009, the 2010 version has a redesigned exterior and a 4 percent lower wind resistance coefficient for the base model and 7 percent lower for the GT model. In 2011, the engine has received a change, and the electric power steering system replaces the traditional hydraulic steering. The sixth generation, which is the latest, was released in 2013. Changes to this generation include a 1.5-inch widened body and 1.4-inch lower body, a trapezoidal tank cover, a 2.75-inch low trunk lid, and new color options.