You’ve always wanted a Mustang and finally your dreams have come true. But it needs work and you wonder what was standard equipment for the car and what were options. You want everything but you have a budget and you want the parts that are the most affordable. You know that the major Mustang suppliers have every part you could imagine but it would help to know what the original manufacturers suggested retail price was.
I went through this with my 64 1/2 convertible but that was when you could get the original parts which isn’t necessarily the case now days. So I thought it would be useful to list all the parts that were originally available that I know of. And when I know the original manufacturers price I list that too. That might help you decide which parts were expensive then that might be out of your range now.
Extra charge over the 200 hp 289-2V
225 hp 289 4V: $54.00-$108.00 8-cylinder 289-2V 200 hp upgrade over 200 1V 120hp 6 Cyl.
271 hp Hi-Performance 289 4V including dual Red Band Nylon Ties: $334.61
Cruise-O-Matic-6-cylinder $178.81. Cruise-O=Matic 200 and 225 hp V8 $189.60. Four speed manual V8 engines $188.00.
Disc brakes-front $58.00. Limited Slip Differential $42.50. Rally-Pac-Clock/Tachometer $70.8
- Increased rate front and rear springs
- Larger front and rear shock absorbers
- 22 to 1 steering ratio
- Larger front stabilizer bar $31.30
- Styled Steel Wheels 14 inch $122.30
Power brakes $43.20
Power steering $85.30
Power convertible top $54.10
Emergency flashers $19.60
Padded visors-65A and 76A $5.70
Deluxe seat belts front retractable $7.55
- Remote control mirror
- Day/Nite mirror
- 2-speed Electric Wipers
- And washers
- Body side paint strip
- rocker panel molding
- less rear quarter accessories
- 65A & 76A $27.70
- 63A $14.20