Nicest of the Worst: 1977 Ford Mustang II

Look, I get it. Somebody out there loves the Mustang II. Possibly more than one person. But the Mustang II was such a kick in the nuts to the Pony car lover when it was released in 1974. People try and sugar coat it — oh, it was the right car for the right time, but let’s not mix metaphors here. It was the worst Mustang of all time (at least until the Mach-E.) And don’t try to confuse the fact that enthusiasts put the Mustang II rack and pinion (and other M2 parts) into many hot rods — it’s not like any mother ever said “I love my son, he’ll make a great organ donor some day.” No…the Mustang II could be nuked from the history of the automobile and we’d all be better for it…but…BUT…if I had to drive a Mustang II…gun-to-my-head…I’d drive this next thing. Find this 1977 Ford Mustang II with 351W offered for $12,500 in Milford, WA via craigslist. Tip from Cory.

From the seller:

1977 Mustang ll
condition: like new
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 33000
paint color: custom
size: compact
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: coupe

1977 Mustang ll. Show car. It’s a hotrod with a 351 Windsor that has been upgraded with a mild cam, Hedman headers and 2 1/2” dual exhaust with flowmaster mufflers. Had an Edelbrock four barrel carb and a Torker intake. Has a killer, top quality base coat, clear coat paint finish. The interior is just like new. It has been all restored. It’s beautiful. Detailed to the max under the hood. Never any rust. They don’t come much nicer. Has a Pa. title that shows 33000 miles.

See a better way to drive something baby blue?