What does the'2+2'mean on a Mustang?

Answer When talking about a Mustang or other sporty car, "2+2" refers to the seating arrangement. The front of the car has two bucket seats for the driver and front passenger. In the back, there are an ad... Read More »

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How to Clean a Mustang Throttle Body on a 1988 Mustang?

The 1988 Ford Mustang was produced with the option of a 2.3 liter, 4-cylinder engine, or the popular 5.0 liter V-8. The 5.0 was given the H.O. (High Output) moniker from the factory, as it was capa... Read More »

Will the rims from a 2005 Mustang GT fit a 2002 V6 Mustang?

Tire Rack shows that the offset for the wheels on a 2002 Ford Mustang V-6 vary between 20 and 30mm, depending on backspacing. Tire Rack also shows that offset on a 2005 Ford Mustang GT is between 3... Read More »

1968 Ford Mustang Vs. 2007 Ford Mustang?

Mustangs are one of the most popular sports cars in existence---hence, the reason for their continued popularity. Two popular models were the 1968 and 2007 models---created 29 years apart, but cont... Read More »

What is a Mustang used for?

In production since the 1960s, the Ford Mustang is typically used as a stylish sports car by those looking for a powerful, high-performance vehicle. Others have used it as a symbol of status or cla... Read More »