Power Wheels Ford Mustang

Power Wheels Ford Mustang
Updated on : March 2, 2013
Category : Car Seats
List Price: : $ 314.99
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Power Wheels Ford Mustang

Energy Wheels Ford Mustang

  • Features sporty chrome wheels and accents, horn, beeping horn sound, and interior cup holders
  • Pretend essential activates engine sounds and light-up, revving dashboard gauges
  • Equalizer bars light up when tunes from the pretend radio play
  • playIncludes a 12-volt battery charger
  • Fun for all little ones!

Kids can cruise along in this realistically detailed Ford Mustang.

1971 Ford Mustang Mach I - 351 Cleveland Grabber Blue Muscle Car

351c.i. 4BBL (Cleveland) V8, 4 Speed (Best Loader) Transmission w/ Hurst Shifter, 9in Rear w/ three.50 Traction-Lock, P. Steering, Color Keyed Front Bumper, All New Correct Style Interior, AM/FM/Cassette, Fold Down Rear Seat (Only 1 Ordered w/ This Choice!), Buckets w/ Mini Center Console, Seat Belts, Ram Air Hood w/ Hood Pins, Mallory Ignition, Front & Rear Spoilers, Dual Sport Mirrors, Appropriate Grabber Blue Exterior (Paint Code-J), Correct Black Vinyl Interior (Trim Code-5A), Magnum 500 Wheels w/ BFGoodrich Radial T/A Tires, Los Angeles Delivered Car (DSO-71), Owners Manual, Space Saver Spare, Marti Report, Dual Exhaust, Beautiful Fit & Finish! Runs & Drives Excellent! Beautifully Restored Mach 1!!
Video Rating: five / five

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What customers say about Power Wheels Ford Mustang

  1. Mother of Two says:
    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Thrilled!, September 18, 2007
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    Mother of Two (Stroudsburg, PA) –

    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Power Wheels Ford Mustang (Toy)

    My older daughter received this as a gift for her second birthday (Jan 2007) and by the summer had mastered steering and the gears. My younger daughter, one year old, also loves to go along for the ride. She sits in the passenger seat and gets to control the radio! I love that it’s an adjustable two-seater with seatbelts. They both love riding in it and I feel it’s safe and durable. We have big rocks/boulders around the edge of our yard to keep cars off our property and when she was first learning to drive would occassionally crash into them. At most the car got a scratch or two and she was fine. We actually plan on purchasing another one for the baby next summer so they can ride together! I would highly recommend this toy for hours of fun!

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  2. mars man says:
    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fascinating little car, September 17, 2007
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    mars man (New York) –

    = Durability:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Power Wheels Ford Mustang (Toy)

    I have a 3 yr old, and he loves. The steering is realistic, there is a mock stereo and a horn that you can honk. When I bought the car, he couldn’t drive: now he can go forward and backward and steer and actually pull into a parking spot beside actual cars.

    The only complaint: the back wheels spin occasionally if there is one occupant: when this happens, an adult has to go in and hold the rear of the car down to help the car regain traction… I guess if the manufacturer made the rear of the car heavier, this problem wouldn’t exist. But, overall for $200, I am very happy and my son loves it!

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  3. WezNdSam says:

    Im in love with this car but i have also been looking at the ford mustang shelby gt 500 which one would you recomend

  4. hickybubb05 says:

    My uncle just ran upon a 72 mach 1 it says 351 CJ on the breather and hes interested in sellin it.. its been sittin for the past 12 years but fired right up. I told him i would try and sell it for him. It needs some work but not bad. He wants around $4500..

  5. RamblinAround says:

    I believe that was a 1969 COPO Camaro with a 427 big-block.

  6. Ford Mustang says:

    whats the red one next to it?

  7. bayou250kid says:

    same color and everything also

  8. bayou250kid says:

    my brother had this, but without the package with the spoiler and wood interior. he sadly sold it :( i loved that old car

  9. RamblinAround says:

    I really like the color on that one. Thanks for checking it out!

  10. joejoebean123456789 says:

    I would love to have this mustang

  11. RamblinAround says:

    You’re right, it has a huge amount of power potential. Some say that the windsor is a better street engine, but it really depends on the set-up. A Cleveland with the Australian heads is probably the best all around setup.

  12. TheGraphitte says:

    The 351 Cleveland was designed to be a race engine. It is a diffrent animal from it’s brother the Windsor.

  13. RamblinAround says:

    Thanks for taking a look!

  14. Still West says:

    Swing Daddy-O man!!! sweeeeeet

  15. RamblinAround says:

    I really like that color too….thanks for checking it out!

  16. RamblinAround says:

    The 351 Cleveland is one of my favorite engines. They have a ton of performance potential.

  17. suzuki4life7 says:

    a friend of my dads about 10 years ago gave him a 351 but he thought it was a 302, but i just ran the casting numbers and it is a clevland 351 high performace motor. Hahaha how lucky am i



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