No Official Mach II. However, wouldn't be a shock if some dealers sold their own.
But there would have been no pwr windows or locks prior to '71.
If anyone would know about these cars, it would be Jeff Speegle.
Yes there was a Mach II. I believe that it was a mid-engine, two seater. It was a one-off concept car that explored the possibility of shifting the design concept of the Mustang.
He specifically states it is NOT the prototype he is inquiring about. Seems as though he is asking about a dealer produced Mach II (which there may have been but it was not a 2 seater) or factory produced (of which there was not a Mach II).
There were dealers that were taking a 6 banger, taking Mach "visual cues," and making a Mock out of it and called it a Mach II. It was basically an entry level Stang with an appearance package built by an individual dealer. Some have done it with the 03-04 6 bangers, calling them Mach IIs as well. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
Probably the same thing as the 74 Boss II I made in 76. Traded it in for a 77 Cobra II and the dealer sold it as a "Boss II". In fact, since it was paint, rear spoiler and rear window louvers, they made a few out of some other fastbacks they had and sold them too. This was out of Columbus Ohio back in the day.
I've narrowed this down to being a 1971 model, possbily a group of dealers doing this in the Los Angeles area. Apparently it was the same as a Mach I but with all the electrical options, and possbily different floor mats and/or interior trim, and Mach II on the car instead of Mach I.
Still no positive proof, as I haven't seen any pictures of a 1971 Mustang Mach II.
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