(2 photos of a 1966 Aspen Gold Yellow Mustang High Country Special Hardtop) Aspen Gold 1966 Mustang High Country Special hardtop with High Country Special badge just behind the front tires and after market wheels. This color appears to be Aspen Gold (Ford MX #706815, Dupont 93-63705). The 1966 High Country Special only came in Timberline Green, Columbine Blue, and Aspen Gold. This car is available in 1024x768 pixel wallpaper, and 1280x1536 pixel wallpaper.|
(7 photos of a 1966 Timberline Green Mustang High Country Special Hardtop) This is a restored Timberline Green 1966 Mustang High Country Special hardtop. The High Country Specials came in Timberline Green, Columbine Blue, and Aspen Gold. These same colors where on the 1967 High Country Special except the Ford paint code and Dupont paint code changed for Timberline Green. We are actively trying to get a paint chip of the two Timberline Green paints for comparison.
(2 photos of a 1966 Columbine Blue Mustang High Country Special Fastback) Columbine Blue 1966 High Country Special fastback which offered in one of three special paint colors (Columbian Blue, Timberline Green, or Aspen Gold); the C-code 289ci, 2 valve, V8 engine, automatic transmission, 695X14 4PR WSW tires, full length interior center console, AM radio, tinted windshield, electric wipers, wheel covers with knock off hub caps (this car has steel Magnum 500 wheel upgrades), and High Country Special fender badges.
(5 photos of a 1966 Timberline Green Mustang High Country Special Convertible) Check this out! It's a Timberline Green 1966 Mustang High Country Special convertible. It's owned by Charles. It has the 289ci V8 engine and a manual transmission. The owner tells us, "I bought this car many years ago in Colorado (still has dealer emblem on trunk lid). It currently has about 26,000 original miles on it. It does come out every year for a couple church or Dairy Queen runs. I was surprised to see our car show up again on another site. If you research the 1966 HCS convertible you will notice that the same car is used on many sites as a reference model. Those pictures are about 15 years old. Other than a different set of tires and a couple thousand more miles she still looks the same. Not sure why or how everybody
uses our pictures without permission but It's kind of cool seeing it pop up every now and then. I have amassed an extensive amount of detailed info on these 1966 HCS convertibles over the years and made a small book detailing the cars. I can provide info and extensive pictures if interested. After many years of turning down some pretty interesting offers for her the time may finally be at hand to let her go. I have had numerous Mustangs over the years, my personal favorite was a 1965 fastback in Tropical Turquoise of which only 50 were built before they switched the color. While owning that rare one I stumbled upon this one still owned by the original family. When a car this rare comes along you buy it and figure out what to do with it later. I brought it home but owned too many cars so I gave it to my father. Dad is now mid 70's and not driving much anymore and this car deserves to be somewhere else. I have 2 other convertibles and like to drive my cars. This one should not become a driver. There are only a couple of the 33-35 1966 HCS convertibles left and I know they don't have 26,000 miles. I had a big name restoring company wanting to restore it to concourse condition but they are only original once and this one should stay that way I think. I would be willing to entertain offers or ideas and can provide any and all detailed info as well as any pictures one might want. I will not be disclosing the location of the car publicly but will privately allow perspective buyers to come see her."
(3 photos of a 1966 Mustang High Country Special Hardtop Advertisement) Special 'High Country' Mustangs for special "High Country" people says an advertisement by Phil Long in the July 29th and 31st edition of the Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph newspaper in Colorado Springs, Colorado. It also says, Join the exclusive society of "High Country" Mustangers. Only 333 people in the entire United States will be driving one of these High Country Specials. Specially ordered, specially built, specially painted for the High Country. Choice of three colors never before available on Mustang - Aspen Gold, Columbine Blue, Timberline Green. Choice of hardtop, convertible, 2+2 Six or V-8. Choice of wire-style wheel covers or standard. Special distinguishing emblem. Hurry in ... while they last!...
(1 photo of a 1966 Columbine Blue Mustang High Country Special Convertible) This is a Columbine Blue 1966 High Country Special Mustang convertible. The High Country Special was a package similar to the GT sports package but offered in the Colorado area. It included an engine upgrade, metal rocker panel trim, steel styled wheels, and a High Country Special side emblem. The 1966 High Country Special was limited to three special colors: Timberline Green, Columbine Blue, and Aspen Gold.
(8 photos of a 1967 Aspen Gold Mustang GT High Country Special Fastback) Aspen Gold 1967 Mustang GT High Country Special fastback owned by Randy! This is awesome. It's our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting July 1, 2012. Randy tells us more, "This 67 HCS GT fastback when delivered with it's options made it a 1 of 1 (Marti report). The only fastback GT HCS with a standard 3 speed transmission and Aspen Gold. Now it enjoys a late model AOD [Automatic Over Drive], AC, power steering, and power front disk brakes. Its not a race horse but a nice weekend driver - never restored but maintained, but with a 3:55 rear end gear and 70 mph it still gets close to 19 mpg!!!!!."
(13 photos of a 1968 Candy Apple Red Mustang GT High Country Special Hardtop) Candy Apple Red 1968 Mustang GT High Country Special with a litte bit of front end damage. 250 of these cars were built by the San Jose plant for the Colorado area in 1968 and followed the tradition of GT upgrades and HCS side emblem found on the 1966 and 67 High Country Specials. The 1968 California Special was inspired by the three year successful run of High Country Specials. These HCS models featured a carburetor jetted for high altitude driving, side scoops, a factory fiberglass trunk lid with molded in spoiler, Shelby style taillights, namesake decals, horse delete grille, high-intensity fog/driving lights, hood pins and a stripe decal down each side of the vehicle.
(2 photos of a 1968 Mustang High Country Special Hardtop Advertisement) Here is a close-up of a Phil Long Ford advertisement for the 1968 Denver area High Country Special Mustang hardtop. It says that the High Country Special has special equipment exclusive in the Rocky Mountain west which includes racing hood latches, spoiler rear end, side air scoops, special racing stripe, and "High Country" special '68 emblem. We found this ad in the July 18th, 1968, edition of the Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph newspaper in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
(2 photos of a 1968 Candyapple Red Mustang GT High Country Special Hardtop) This is an ultra-rare Candyapple Red 1968 Mustang GT High Country Special hardtop. This model was similar to the GT California Special, but it was offered in Colorado. This one has a red interior and a black vinyl top.
(5 photos of a 1968 Candyapple Red Mustang GT High Country Special Hardtop) This amazing Candyapple Red 1968 High Country Special Mustang hardtop was at the 2010 MCA Grand Nationals held in Bellevue, Washington. The High Country Special was offered in the Denver area and featured the rear wing, fog lamps, and side scoops from the Shelby GT500, sport wheel covers, louvered hood, side stripes, and High Country Special badges.
(3 photos of a 1968 Meadowlark Yellow Mustang High Country Special Hardtop) This Meadowlark Yellow 1968 High Country Special Mustang hardtop was at the 2010 Mustang Club of America Grand Nationals held in Bellevue, Washington. Over 1000 Mustangs showed up over the two day event hosted by the Northwest Mustang Club. There is a high country special badge on the side scoop.