1977 Mustang II

1977 brought some new option and décor packages to bring the styling and character more in line with the late seventies. News colors and two-tone paint schemes were available on both the sports roof and coupe models.

The big news was the addition of the T-Top option. This was big stuff in the late seventies as convertibles were gone for good, so they thought. Only available on the sports roof, the removable glass tops gave a modern and upscale appearance to the otherwise bland Mustang.

Horsepower was a mixed bag for 1977. The base power on the 2.3 liter four was up to 92 while the V6 and V8 engines each lost a few ponies due to new emissions regulations. Sales were down about 30,000 units as the model was beginning to lose its lustre.

1977 Mustang Production Data:

69F Hatchback: 49,161

69R Hatchback – Mach 1: 6,719

60F Coupe: 67,783

60H Coupe – Ghia: 29,510

Total Production: 153,173

1977 Mustang Specifications:

1977 Mustang Engines

2.3 L – 140 cid, I-4, 2bbl, 92 hp

2.8 L – 171 cid, V6, 2bbl, 103 hp

5.0 L – 302 cid, V8, 2bbl, 134 hp

Code

Y

Z

F


Transmissions

4-speed manual

3-speed automatic (C4)


Brakes

Power front disc brakes / rear drum


Body Styles

Coupe

Coupe – Ghia

Hatchback

Hatchback – Mach 1

Code

60F

60H

69F

69R


Dimensions

Curb weight – 4 cyl coupe

Curb weight -4 cyl hatchback

Length

Height

Wheelbase

2,660 lb

2,807 lb

175″

49.6″

96.2″


Assembly Plant

Dearborn, MI

San Jose, CA

Code

F

R

1977 Mustang Colors:

Exterior Colors

Black

Polar White

Tan

Bright Red

Bright Yellow

Metallic Bright Aqua

Metallic Dark Emerald

Cream

Vista Orange

Metallic Light Aqua

Metallic Dark Brown

Metallic Bright Saddle

Metallic Medium Gold

Code

1C

9D

8H

2R

6E

7H

7S

6P

8G

7Q

5Q

8K

6V


Interior Colors:

Black

Red

Cream

Aqua

Chamois/White

Red/White

Aqua/White

Black/White

Emerald/White

Gold/White

A

D

V

K

2

N

7

W

5

8

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