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Bright Red 1982 Mustang GT hatchback with aftermarket wheels, hood scoop, and the largest engine offered in 1982, a 157hp (at 4000rpm), 5.0 liter (302ci), 2 barrel, V8 engine.
Bright Red 1982 Mustang GT hatchback, rear right view with aftermarket chrome polished wheels.
Interior view of a 1982 Mustang GT hatchback with two tone bucket sport seats, center console, and aftermarket steering wheel.
Dash close-up view of a 1982 Mustang GT hatchback.
Check out these three 1982 Mustang GT hatchbacks in all in black and all in a row. Nice!
Medium Blue 1982 Mustang coupe with an 87hp (at 3800rpm), 3.3 liter (200 cubic inch), 1 barrel, 6 cylinder engine.
Vinyl and cloth blue interior of a 1982 Mustang coupe.
Front seat view of a 1982 Mustang coupe.
Dash close-up of a 1982 Mustang coupe with tachometer and wood grain trim.
Ford promotional photo of a Medium Yellow 1982 Mustang GLX Hatchback with t-top roof. The 1982 GLX replaced the previous years luxury Ghia. The GLX has "blackout" treatment on exterior window trim, door handles; optional non-functional hood scoop (not on this car); P185/75R14 BSW performance tires; 6 spoke cast aluminum wheels, 5.0 fender badges (not shown on this car); 5.0L engine and GT handling and suspension; GT dash instruments; reclining low bucket seats; blackout dash; and optional console with armrest, electronic digital clock and graphic display systems monitor.
This is the front cover of the 1982 Ford Mustang Promotional Booklet showing a Medium Yellow 3-door Mustang GL hatchback with t-roof and forged metric aluminum wheels. This car is also on the back cover and inside on the first page.
Mustang covers you from simmer to sizzle!
says the first inside page of the 1983 Ford Mustang promotional booklet. This is a Medium Yellow 3-door Mustang GL hatchback with t-roof and forged metric aluminum wheels. The rest of the text reads: Exciting - sporty, versatile. Mustang defies description and runs on a road of its own. Go with the 2-door, trim and sporty. Go with the 3-door, sleek and versatile. Both with a long list of standard equipment and a wealth of optional equipment that'll let you "create" a Mustang of your own. Everything from flip-up roofs and T-Roofs that'll cool you off, to 5-speeds and a hot new V-8 that'll warm a performance-minded heart. Get into an '82 Ford Mustang and get going!
Page 4 and 5 shows a luxury GLX leather interior. The GLX replaced the Ghia luxury option upgrades from the previous year. Although the look of the luxury interior hasn't changed much from 1980
. Interior GLX features include low-back bucket seats trimmed in vinyl (in 9 colors, with optional leather as shown here), soft wrapover luxury door trim panels, carpeted on the lower sections, door map pockets on the driver's side (don't want the passenger reading maps!), deep cut-pile carpeting, luxury steering wheel, courtesy lights, overhead dual beam map/dome light, the all important ashtray light, and lights in the glove box, engine compartment and trunk/hatch.
Page 6 and 7 of the 1982 Ford Mustang promotional booklet shows a Medium Vanilla 2-door GLX coupe. There is a Medium Gray metallic 3-door GLX hatchback with t-tops in the upper left. The Ghia luxury package which ran from 1974 to 1981 was renamed the GLX.
Page 8 and 9 of the 1982 Ford Mustang promotional booklet shows an overview of the GL and L series option groups. Large in the bottom center is a Dark Blue metallic 2-door GL coupe with turbine wheel covers, behind it is a Bright Red 3-door GL hatchback with turbine wheel covers, and the upper left is a Dark Curry Brown metallic 2-door L coupe with styled steel wheels and trim rings. The GL has a fully reclining low-back bucket seat (upper left) and the L series comes with the standard fully reclining high-back bucket seat (top center). The new names assigned to the four option packages included the baselevel L, intermediate GL, luxury GLX, and the sporty GT.
A Silver metallic Mustang GT with cast aluminum wheels is shown on page 10 and 11 of the 1982 Ford Mustang promotional booklet. The 1982 GT coming only in a hatchback, has a unique front grille, front aerodynamic front fascia, and rear wing. Shown is the GT dash, optional Recaro bucket seats in Vaquero (orange) cloth, and full GT interior with black vinyl bucket seats.
A spirited answer to today's driving needs.
Since its introduction in September, 1978, the new-design Mustang has dominated the small specialty car segment of the American market with over 634,000 sales! It's easy to see why. Mustang is a highly efficient mode of transportation and it gets you where you're going in style. Mustang makes you feel good.
Mustang for '82 comes in two body styles, the more formal notchback 2-door with conventional rear seat or the racy-looking fastback 3-door with fold-down rear seat (and cargo space for over 32 cu. ft. of gear). There are four levels of Mustang fun for you to choose from: L, GL, GLX, and GT. Pick any one and you'll be putting Mustang spirit into your lifestyle.
This page shows all the standard and popular features of each options package. The best year was 1966 with 607,568 Mustangs sold. The next best years was 559,451 in 1965; 472,121 in 1967, 385,993 in 1973; then 369,936 in 1979. The next year; 1983, will turn out to be the lowest number sold up to that year with 120,873. See our complete list of all Mustangs sold by year
Page 14 and 15 of the 1982 Ford Mustang promotional booklet discusses some of the performance and luxury features of the 1982 Mustang. This includes the new foxbody aerodynamic body design, modern suspension system, p-metric-steel-belted radial ply tires, front disc brakes, rack and pinion steering, driver command seating, selectshift automatic transmission with locking torque converter, and 5.0 liter high-output V-8 engine.
Page 16 of the Ford Mustang 1982 promotional booklet shows half the distribution of standard features and options with each of the four options packages: L, GL, GLX, GT. Page 17 shows more.
Page 17 of the 1982 Ford Mustang promotional booklet shows the interior trim and exterior paint combinations, as well as measurements, scheduled maintenance, and gas miles estimates. Interior trim names include: black, medium red, medium wedgewood blue, vanilla, vaquero (orange), opal/black, opal/blue, opal/red, and opal/vaquero.
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