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No American muscle car is more recognizable than the Ford Mustang. Known because of its power, smooth handling, and distinctive style, it rapidly entered into mainstream America culture, where it remains even today. Introduced to the public in the mid 1960’s, the Mustang quickly became so popular that it went on to sell over one million units in its first two years of production. Since then the Mustang has gone through several revisions and has been fine-tuned by Ford and many third party automotive developers. It has won numerous awards over the years, and has left an enduring legacy in American culture. Due to its popularity, the Ford Mustang is one of the few muscle cars still produced to this day, and continues to make innovative strides toward crafting high powered automobiles. 1A Auto is dedicated to helping make your classic and new Mustangs last. Your Mustang is only as good as its parts and 1A Auto has the Ford Mustang parts you need to keep it running smoothly and maintaining that classic look for years to come.

Our product development team spends over 8,000 hours a year researching the best auto parts, and they are carefully selected by our trained engineers so you can rest assured that you are getting the correct, high quality part you need for your Ford Mustang, at a discount price. If we wouldn't put the part in our own vehicles, we won't sell them to anyone else. A new aftermarket replacement Ford Mustang part from 1A Auto will save you 30-50% on average over a comparable new OEM replacement Ford Mustang part that you would get at a dealership, and our new aftermarket Ford Mustang parts are also extremely durable and reliable. Don't overpay for Ford Mustang parts and save yourself from a lot of potential headaches by shopping at 1A Auto.

You can shop for all of your Ford Mustang auto parts online and buy safely and securely right here on our website, or you can call our customer service toll free at 888-844-3393 if you have any questions about any of our parts, or to buy over the phone. With over 150 years combined experience, 1A Auto's customer service representatives are the most qualified to answer your questions about all of our Ford Mustang parts. Our representative’s answer 99.9% of phone calls in less than one minute and emails are responded to within the hour because we know you need answers quickly to get your beloved Ford Mustang back in working order again. We also know you want your part fast for the same reason; 98% of in stock Ford Mustang parts ship from our warehouse within one business day so that you can get back on the road in no time, and all ground shipping in the continental U.S. is completely free. And, in the unlikely case that you are unhappy with your Ford Mustang auto part for any reason, 1A Auto also offers the only No Hassle return policy for unused items in the industry. Simply put, our competitors can't beat the 1A Advantage. Don't just take it from us - take it from over 50,000 satisfied customers!

Don't settle for less and let faulty equipment ruin your drive – order from 1A Auto today and get your replacement aftermarket Ford Mustang parts delivered fast. If you happen to be an enthusiastic Ford Mustang owner, have a deep passion, or just want to learn more about it, continue reading below for a look at the vehicle's history and some fun facts.

A Mustang That Could Run like the Wind

It’s powerful, smooth, and distinct. This American legend was popular even before the first models were released. In 1964, dealers were fretting about their Mustang inventory, and Ford’s 100,000 sales projection was blown out of the water by nearly 400,000. They were half the price of a Corvette, stylish, compact, and attractive. But the greatest part about them was the sporty performance and irresistible ride. What began as a vision to create a smaller and more affordable sports car with an unforgettable drive became the renowned father of the Pony car. Its reception was greatly received and propelled the Mustang into legendary status. Some would argue that when one generally thinks of an American muscle car, they think of the Mustang.

The first Ford Mustang released was affectionately called the 1964 and ½ model. It came as a convertible or coupe. Constructed on the Falcon chassis, the seats were pushed back to expand and elongate the hood. Since the car wasn’t projected to be as successful as it was, it only came with four engine models: an I6 with 101 horsepower, a 260 cu in V8 with 164 horsepower, a 289 cu in V8 with 210 horsepower, and released three months after initial production, a 289 cu in V8 Hi-Po with 271 horsepower. It was dubbed the ½ model since it debuted half-way through the year, so for some, 1965 is considered the first real year for the model.

Giddy up, Pony

In 1965, Ford debuted its newly designed fastback model. This model would be the basis for the white body Shelby GT350. Other than the V8 289 Hi-Po that featured in the Shelby, Ford upgraded the engines. They bumped the I6 up to 120 horsepower, the 289 2V to 200 horsepower, and the 289 4V to 225 horsepower. Other changes for 1965 included an alternator that took the place of a generator, and a new luxurious “pony interior” was added with some special features like wood grain on the steering wheel, glove compartment, and center console, and designs of horses scattered throughout the back of the seats. A GT trim was featured with some options such as dual exhaust, disc brakes, and larger sway bars.

1967 was the first big transformation for the Mustang. Models came as the Mustang-base, GT, GTA, Stallion, Shelby GT350, and Shelby GT500. A massive 427 V8 520 horsepower Shelby Super Snake prototype was created, but never reached mass production due to its costly nature. There was also a big block 390 V8 to contend with the Corvette and Camaro SS 396. The front end grew three inches, and headlights were moved to the outside of the grill. The next memorable change happened two years later. More models were released, such as the rare Boss 302 and 429, the Mach1, and the GT, GT350, and GT500. Horsepower continued to rise, beating out the 335hp GT500 with the 376hp Boss 429. They also grew another four inches in length.

Some consider the ‘70s as a bleak time for the Mustang. Performance diminished, horsepower shrunk from a 375hp V8 to a 275hp V8, the Boss and Shelby GT trims were abandoned after 1970, and the base model for the 1972 year offered a pathetic 98 horsepower which was less than the ½ model. In 1974, the Mustang II replaced the cherished powerhouse of the ‘60s. Some consider it a slimmed down and weaker version of the original, with a 2.3L I4 and 2.8L V6 engine with no convertible option. Much of the features were lost in order to keep up with government regulations and fuel emissions. It would bounce back, though. Great change was to occur with a switch to the new Fox Body chassis in ’79.

The best the ’79 model could pump out was a 5.0L V8 with 140 horsepower, but it did offer a turbocharged I4. It was rumored that Ford wanted to switch the RWD to FWD, but many enthusiasts cringed and after a great response the ‘Stang was potentially saved from extinction. The ‘80s slowly resurrected the Mustang from the old glory days. First, the Mustang GL, GT, and GLX were offered; the convertible followed shortly thereafter. 1984 brought an anniversary model GT350 and a new SVO.

As sales began to dip, the fox body was ditched for an SN-95 platform, and the base model returned to a V6. At this point, with increasing horsepower and better performance, the Mustang truly revived itself in the ‘90s. A new Cobra was introduced, and a powerful 576 horsepower Saleen was available too. In 2005, the beginning of a new generation featured an S-197 body style that had a small taste of the first version and later featured a glass ceiling. Today, the Ford Mustang is one of the few muscle cars still produced. It has an EcoBoost I4 with 310 horsepower, six-speed automatic transmission, independent rear suspension, and is available as a coupe or convertible. Spanning four decades of production and having several highly collectible variations, the Ford Mustang is truly the premier American muscle car.

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