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Allow Motors.co.uk to introduce, the Mustang; a classic car with true legendary status. Ford's Mustang is still highly sought after, and you can find a good example of this used American muscle car on our online car finder. Search 'Mustang' and set your price and location to produce great results.

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Ford Mustang

2016 (66) 5.0 V8 GT [Custom Pack] 2dr Auto 

Low Mileage
10
£33,999
2016 (66)
  • 4.4L
  • 5.5kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Auto
  • Convertible
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Ford Mustang

(54) GT Auto 

5
£6,250
(54)
Finance Available £108 pm

private seller

  • 28kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Auto
  • Coupe
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Ford Mustang

1966 (D) 1966 Auto 2-Door 

Price Reduced
10
£23,995
1966 (D)
Finance Available £475 pm
  • 4.7L
  • 72kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Auto
  • Coupe
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Ford Mustang

(55) Convertible 

Price Reduced
9
£20,000
(55)
Finance Available £392 pm
  • 4L
  • 22kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Convertible
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Ford Mustang

2017 (66) 5.0 V8 GT 2dr 

Low Mileage
10
£34,495
2017 (66)
Finance Available £748 pm
  • 5L
  • 5.9kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Coupe
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Ford Mustang

1965 (D) 3.3 AUTO 2-Door 

Price Reduced
17
£11,450
1965 (D)
Finance Available £224 pm
  • 3.3L
  • 43kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Auto
  • Coupe
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Ford Mustang

2016 (16) Convertible 2-Door 

Low Mileage
16
£31,000
2016 (16)
Finance Available £653 pm
  • 2.3L
  • 2.3kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Convertible
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About Ford Mustang cars on Motors.co.uk

Most popular Colour Red
Most popular fuel type Petrol
Average Power delivery 377 BHP
Average fuel economy 26 MPG
Average price £33,665
Average mileage 11,133

Ford Mustang

In the world of motoring you hear the words ‘iconic’ and ‘legendary’ thrown around quite a lot, mostly on cars that haven’t really done much to earn them. With the Ford Mustang though, these words are understatements. It’s just heroic and is the definition of American motoring prowess. If you want an out and out muscle car, look no further.

The Mustang galloped onto the motoring scene in 1964 and has reigned supreme ever since. Its unique design created the ‘pony class’ of American cars, which had long bonnets and short rear ends. That alone cemented its place in history, but every new generation brought something different in terms of design or performance. Newer models are just incredible to behold with a great mix of classic and futuristic designs.

As if the Mustang marque wasn’t famous enough, the affiliation with Carroll Shelby led to the creation of some impossibly awesome cars. Shelby Mustangs were all about going fast and looking brash, even more so than the originals. Some of the most notable models were the 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500 (which appeared in the film Gone in 60 Seconds) and 1969 Shelby GT 350.

To get behind the wheel of a Ford Mustang is to set off a bomb. You really can open the stable door and let it bolt. It’s supremely fast and handles just how you’d expect a muscle car to. The whole experience assaults the senses and gets the adrenaline pumping, and that’s what driving is all about. It’s a real driver’s car and petrol heads will love it.

The Mustang isn’t a cheap car by any stretch of the imagination, but buying second hand can lessen the blow substantially. While older models might be serious collector’s items, there’s a good mix of past and current variants at Motors.co.uk. You’ll have to be quick to get hold of the latter especially, but with great price reductions a second hand Ford Mustang could be sitting pretty on your drive in no time.

So the Ford Mustang is a quintessential muscle car that has been around for years and never fails to delight. From its trademark design to the roar of its massive engine, you really do feel totally alive when chewing up the miles on the road. The Mustang is the boss, and really does deserve to be called a legend.