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Mustang is a German company.

Mustang 9008[edit]

Mustang 9008
Manufacturer  ? (Hong Kong)
Generation First Generation
Release date 1977
The 9008 model is much rarer than the 6 games version 9012 but uses the same common GI AY-3-8500 chip.
CPU AY-3-8500 (General Instrument)
BUTTONS serve, start/reset
SWITCHES power on/off, game select, game difficulty
BUILT IN GAMES Tennis, Hockey, Squash, Handball
CONTROLLERS 2 detachable controllers with a knob
SCORE -
COLOR / B&W -
SOUND Built-in
SIZE / WEIGHT -
I/O PORTS RF TV video output
POWER SUPPLY External power supply 9V or 6x1.5v "C"(R12) batteries

Mustang 9009[edit]

Mustang 9009
Manufacturer  ? (Hong Kong)
Generation First Generation
Release date 1977
CPU -
BUTTONS -
SWITCHES -
BUILT IN GAMES -
CONTROLLERS -
SCORE -
COLOR / B&W -
SOUND Built-in
SIZE / WEIGHT -
I/O PORTS RF TV video output
POWER SUPPLY External power supply 9V or 6x1.5v "C"(R12) batteries

Mustang 9012 (713 773/58)[edit]

Mustang 9012
Manufacturer  ? (Hong Kong)
Generation First Generation
Release date 1977
CPU AY-3-8500 (General Instrument)
BUTTONS serve, start/reset
SWITCHES power on/off, game select, game difficulty
BUILT IN GAMES Tennis, Hockey, Squash, Handball, Target, Shoot
CONTROLLERS 2 detachable controllers with a knob + light pistol
SCORE -
COLOR / B&W -
SOUND Built-in
SIZE / WEIGHT 167mm W x 242mm L x 69mm H / 630g (without batteries); 190g (controllers)
I/O PORTS RF TV video output, gun connector
POWER SUPPLY AC 9V, 100 mA, 3.5mm plug or 6 x "C" 1,5v batteries

Mustang 9014 Panzerschlacht[edit]

Very rare tank-battle system with special steering controllers released in 1978. This system is almost same with the Intercord TCVS-11 system with one exception; the buttons are located on the left side instead of the right side of the casing. There is also a french system that looks almost the same: The "Tank Heroique" system has the same case but the 4 Pong games that came with both German systems are not included. 2 extra controllers came with the German system to allow playing the Pong games.The steering controllers were not very solid so they broke quite fast.

CPU -
BUTTONS -
SWITCHES -
BUILT IN GAMES -
CONTROLLERS -
SCORE -
COLOR / B&W -
SOUND Built-in
SIZE / WEIGHT -
I/O PORTS RF TV video output
POWER SUPPLY External power supply 9V or 6x1.5v "C"(R12) batteries

Mustang 9015[edit]

Mustang 9015
Mustang 9015.jpg
Generation First Generation
Release date 1978
Media type 9015 Cartridges

Part of the "9015 systems".

Mustang 9016 (MPT-02)[edit]

This is a quite rare and interesting Pong like cartridge system. It was sold by the German Company Mustang and is a clone of the American RCA Studio II console. It plays Pong style games and has built in keyboard controllers. There are some games built-in others could be loaded from cartridges (7 or 8 of them exist).