Few platforms prove as enduring as the Ford Mustang. Since its 1964 debut, this pony-car has dominated the sales charts, delivering V6 performance and line-lock responses. It’s charged across North America, leaving trails of chrome-flecked exhaust in its wake; and every mile has earned a new admirer.
Every decade, however, has also earned a new style.
Ford has constantly reinvented its signature Mustang, fusing every generation with a distinct design. For those considering a used pony-car, we strongly suggest comparing every platform with care - determining which best reflects both your needs and your fastback desires.
The 1964 to 1973 Mustang: featured a blunt fascia, scalloped side panels, and short wheelbase to create a square-bodied appearance.
The 1975 to 1978 Mustang: featured an elongated frame, with prominent headlamps and chrome beltlines to form a bullet-like effect.
The 1979 to 1993 Mustang: featured a boxy frame, with a low roof, sharp fenders, and a wide hood to conceal the new turbocharged inline-four engine.
The 1994 to 2004 Mustang: featured a sleeker profile and playful colors, all complementing the redefined sport grille.
The 2005 to 2015 Mustang: featured an aerodynamic frame, with carbon fiber panels highlighting the sharp lines and muscular fenders.
With each generation comes a promise of bold design. The Sound Ford team urges you to visit our lot and seek out these distinct Mustang styles. We boast a variety of used pony-cars and will gladly provide spec comparisons, test-drives, and more.