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(from the 1966 Collection Pages) NEW POST Bob Davidson Ford in Baltimore Maryland created the 1966 Mustang Colt special edition. The 1966 Mustang Colt cost $2195. It was first advertised in the February 22nd 1966 edition of the The Baltimore Sun newspaper. It was part of their Washington's Birthday celebration sale, but continued to be advertised throughout the year. The dealership was giving away Colt-Redskin football tickets with the purchase of any new 1966 Ford in stock. The Colts were located in Baltimore in 1966. The Bob Davidson dealership was located just two blocks west of the stadium. The new 1966 Mustang Colt was Custom equipped to put the kick in your driving. I wonder if they were referring to a horse kick or a football kick? The Mustang Colt special consisted of a automatic transmission, the Colt "Special" 200 engine (200ci 6-cylinder), full console, wire wheels, chrome air cleaner, heater, defroster, full carpet, and a padded dash. From the wording, this Mustang started off as a Sprint 200 factory special which had the 200ci engine with the chrome air cleaner. We don't know if the Mustang Colt was offered in the convertible body style as well. This early ad did not talk of any special badges for the Mustang Colt. We did however talk with an existing owner who has verified a badge, Colt script letters, and that they were primarily Blue or White hardtops.
(from the 1966 Collection Pages) NEW POST Bob Davidson Ford in Baltimore Maryland advertised their 1966 Mustang Colt special edition again for their 4th of July celebration sale. Cost was only $2195. This advertisement was found in the July 3rd 1966 edition of The Baltimore Sun newspaper. Their advertisement said that they were holding a Bargain B-Que and were offering six-packs of Coke and Colt 45 beer to anyone over the age of 21 who had an official appraisal and demonstration. Besides the reference to Colt 45 beer, the ad shows a Colt emblem applied to the rear roof C-pillar. Check out our next two images for more detailed shots. Advertised features of the 1966 Mustang Colt this time include; automatic transmission, 200ci 6-Cylinder engine, bucket seats, full console, wire wheel covers, heater, chrome body moldings, windshield washer, back-up lights, padded dash, and full carpet. This was similar to the February advertisement with the stated additions of the normally stock bucket seats, chrome body molding, windshield washer, and backup lights. The blue or white exterior paint colors are not listed but the 5th car listed on the right indicates that a black Mustang was converted into a Colt.
(from the 1966 Collection Pages) NEW POST Here is a close-up of the Mustang and special Colt fender emblem from the advertisement was found in the July 3rd 1966 edition of The Baltimore Sun newspaper. The emblem is a horse head with a cross of riding crops (horse whips) below. We FOUND the emblem!!!! Check out the next photo.
(from the 1966 Collection Pages) NEW POST Bob Davidson Ford advertised the 1966 Mustang Colt special edition between February and September of 1966. It is unknown how many were built. They were Sprint 200 optioned Mustangs (advertisements show hardtops) with these special Colt emblems on rear roof C-pillars. What did the Colt stand for? The dealership was just two blocks from the Baltimore Colts football stadium. This emblem is the same used by the 1966 Ford Country Squire station wagon. The ad shows the horse with round backing piece, but an original owner of a Colt Mustang says theirs had only the top horse head with riding crops piece.
(from the 1966 Collection Pages) NEW POST Bob Davidson Ford held a clearance sale for their 1966 Mustang Colt special editions. This advertisement was found in the September 10th 1966 edition of The Baltimore Sun newspaper. The price was reduced from $2195 to $1895? Hard to tell as it says "other 1966 Mustang as low as $1895." The 1967s were on the lot and it was time to clean out the 1966s. The advertisement says that Tom Matte, a "Colt" fan. Tom Matte was a running back who received Most Valuable Player for moving from running back to emergency quarterback in the last few games of the season including the playoffs. Tom Matte is quoted in the ad, "I drive a MUSTANG COLT and I really like its get up and GO! I looked everywhere and, believe me, ONLY BOB DAVISON SELLS NEW COLTS at such a low price!" The features of the 1966 Mustang Colt include; automatic transmission, special "Colt" (engine?), 200ci 6-cylinder engine, vinyl trim, wire wheel covers, bucket seats, full console, heater, chrome emblems, padded dash and visors.

(from the 1972 Collection Pages) Sapphire Blue 1972 Mach 1 Mustang fastback owned by David Pavlik from Cleveland, Ohio. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting February 13, 2017. It has it's original 248hp Cobra Jet 351ci 4-bbl V8 engine and an automatic transmission. David tells us more, "Bought it October 2015 from a lady in Rockport Ohio.. It was restored in 2002; Engine rebuilt, 30 CID bored over, Edelbrock carb and aluminum heads, competition cam, Headers and Flow Master Exhaust. Original color was 3J Medium Blue, now a Sapphire Blue. A northeast Ohio car all its life. I live 3 miles for the Ford Engine Plant. My grandfather retired from there in 1971. I drive by all the time and honk my horn as I scream past."
(from the 1972 Collection Pages) David's Sapphire Blue 1972 Mach 1 Mustang fastback at the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame.
(from the 1972 Collection Pages) Sapphire Blue 1972 Mach 1 Mustang fastback, left rear view.
(from the 1972 Collection Pages) Sapphire Blue 1972 Mach 1 Mustang fastback, rear end view.

(from the 2013 Collection Pages) Jim shares some updated photos of his Gotta Have It Green 2013 Mustang GT coupe. Jim added a set of 20 tires with Roush Quicksilver rims.
(from the 2013 Collection Pages) Jim's Gotta Have It Green 2013 Mustang GT at the beach.
(from the 2013 Collection Pages) Gotta Have It Green 2013 Mustang GT, left side view.
(from the 2013 Collection Pages) Sunset, the beach, and a Gotta Have It Green 2013 Mustang GT.

(from the 1966 Collection Pages) What makes a Santa Special Edition 1966 Mustang? How about red paint, white-wall tires, and a special sale before Christmas? Twin City Pontiac in Monroe Louisiana advertised this Santa Special Mustang in the December 20, 1868 edition of The Monroe News-Star newspaper.

(from the 1965 Collection Pages) Have you ever heard of the 1965 Mustang Bank Robber Special? It was a special model advertised by Twin City Finance in the May 18th, 1968 edition of The Times newspaper from Shreveport, Louisiana. Special identifying features include a filled bullet hole in the body and special rate bail bonds financing.

(from the 2003 Collection Pages) Black 2003 Mustang GT coupe owned by Donald 'FUZES' Woods from West Virginia. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting January 29 2017. It has the 4.6L V8 and an automatic transmission. Donald tells us, "Purchased in 2007 from dealer stock. 40,000 Original miles. Started modification's in 200. First I start with the wheels, and then the Kaminari body kit, and Cobra R rear spoiler, side scoops, and finally the Black Single Stage Paint. First year at local car shows, I won two trophies from three shows. Second year I showed at 10 shows and won 7 trophies. The most interesting was the Best Tuner."
(from the 2003 Collection Pages) Here is Donald's 2003 Mustang at a local car show. That's Donald sitting in the background.
(from the 2003 Collection Pages) Donald's Black 2003 Mustang GT along with a 1999 Mercury Cougar he built.
(from the 2003 Collection Pages) Another shot of Donalds' black 2003 Mustang GT with another of the 1993 Mercury Cougars he built.
(from the 2003 Collection Pages) Here is an earlier photo of Donald's Mustang. The carbon fiber hood wasn't installed yet.

 
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