The second-generation Ford Mustang (1974-1978)—better known as the Mustang II—is a poster child for the performance downsizing that happened across Detroit’s Big Three in the 1970s, moving to a subcompact platform it shared with the Pinto. The Mustang II shared no common components with the Gen 1 Mustang, but that didn’t stop it from winning the Motor Trend Car of the Year award in 1974. From the 302-powered pony in 1975 to the Stallion and Cobra II, and the unveiling of the King Cobra in 1978, the 2nd-Gen Mustangs are infused with Ghia luxury design elements and still gracing car shows and collecting win lights at drag strips. You love them. We love them. Here are some of the most common upgrade and repair parts for 1974-1978 Ford Mustang II.