Not All Mustang IIs Were Fastbacks: 1978 Mustang II Notchback

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While Howard “Buck” Mook’s drawing of the Mustang II fastback laid out the car’s general lines, it was decided that a notchback body style was needed. Mook’s design came out of the Mercury styling studio. Lee Iococca had set up a competition between the Mercury and Ford studios to see who could come up with a better small Mustang. While Mook’s design for the fastback won out, it was Dick Nesbitt of the Ford team that came up with the lines for the Mustang II with the more formal roofline.

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