The 74 Mustang could have had 9 inch wheels.....doesn't mean squat! I lived during the muscle car years, and in 74, the smaller Mustangs is what people wanted!! I remember seeing Boss 302's, Mach 1's on the used car lots for $1,500-$2,000, and even a Boss 429 sitting unsold for $2,300. Today, Mustang fanatics make fun of the 74-78, but the market then supported the "Pinto Stang" because that's what people wanted. When the gas lines disappeared and gas prices stabilized in the late 70's to early 80's, the market for performance returned......1982 Mustang GT...."The Boss Is Back!"
2014 Mustang GT Coupe Premium. Options include: California Special package, comfort package, navigation, glass roof, shaker pro system, 3.73 ratio limited slip axle, GT front grill/fogs, MGW race spec shifter, BBK X-Pipe, Corsa GT500 Quad Sport axle-back, Ford Racing ProCal tune. "If I wanted insane HP, I would have purchased a 2014 Shelby GT500!"