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(from the 1967 Collection Pages) NEW POST Could this be a Dusk Rose 1967 Special Edition Colt Mustang? It seems to have the same Colt emblems as the 1966 and 1968 version - see the next photo. The car has a dealer emblem from Les McLane in York, Pennsylvania. A site visitor found this photo. We are attempting to contact the owner. Do you know anything about this car?
(from the 1967 Collection Pages) NEW POST I've blown up the image of the C-pillar. You can see a triangular emblem that looks a lot like the Country Squire emblem to the right that was used on some the Colt Mustangs. It also has lettering under the emblem which is short - probably COLT.
(from the 1967 Collection Pages) NEW POST This Mustang was sold from Les McLane in York Pennsylvania. Do you know what they were promoting? We know from advertising that the 1966 Colt Mustang was created by Bob Davidson Ford in Baltimore Maryland. Bob Davidson Ford was giving away Colt's Football tickets then later Colt 45 beer. The 1968 Colt Mustang came from Bill Marsh Ford of Newtown, Pennsylvania and was part of promotion to promote a His and Her's Mustang set - the Colt Mustang and the Lady Mustang.

(from the 2008 Collection Pages) NEW POST Serge Therrien from Canada sends us another shot of his Grabber Orange 2008 Mustang GT/CS convertible. It's parked next to a P51 Mustang! This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting April 30, 2008. Yes, Serge's car was also featured as Attitude Of The Week back in 2015, but you must admit, this is an awesome photo.

(from the 1995 Collection Pages) NEW POST Deep Forest Green 1995 Mustang GTS coupe owned by Jan Meyers from Olivehurst, California. It has the 5.0L V8 engine and manual transmission. Jan says only 1002 were in Deep Forest Green. This GTS has some modifications; Cobra front bumper, aftermarket hood, and spoiler. Nice job. The GTS model was a GT with base level items such as the cloth interior, no fog lights, and no spoiler.
(from the 1995 Collection Pages) NEW POST Deep Forest Green 1995 Mustang GTS coupe, left side view.
(from the 1995 Collection Pages) NEW POST Jan's Deep Forest Green 1995 Mustang GTS coupe parked in the garage.

(from the 1968 Collection Pages) NEW POST Royal Maroon 1968 Mustang hardtop owned by Jeff Driver from McKinleyville, California. Under the hood is it's original 289ci V8 engine. Jeff tells us, "I found it on Craigslist June 2011 as a fixer. All of the power train and suspension had been done but everything else needed repair or replacement. I did it all myself except for the paint."
(from the 1968 Collection Pages) NEW POST Royal Maroon is the original color of Jeff's 1968 Mustang.
(from the 1968 Collection Pages) NEW POST Royal Maroon 1968 Mustang hardtop, rear end view.
(from the 1968 Collection Pages) NEW POST Here's that original C-code 289ci V8 engine. The engine originally had a 2-barrel carburetor and was rated at 195 horsepower.
(from the 1968 Collection Pages) NEW POST Here is a shot of the dash.
(from the 1968 Collection Pages) NEW POST It has the black pony interior.
(from the 1968 Collection Pages) NEW POST Another shot of the pony interior.
(from the 1968 Collection Pages) NEW POST Jeff restored his 1968 Mustang right down to the trunk. Nice job.
(from the 1968 Collection Pages) NEW POST Here is an early photo of Jeff's 1968 Mustang before restoration.
(from the 1968 Collection Pages) NEW POST Here is what the engine looked like before restoration.

(from the 1970 Collection Pages) NEW POST Check this one out! It's a 1970 Boss 302 Trans Am replica owned by Raynald Belanger from Boucherville, Qubec, Canada. Under the hood is a 302-4V engine. It also has an automatic transmission. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting April, 23, 2018. Raynald tells us, "This Mustang was originally a 1970 Mach 1.II have restored to a Boss 302 Trans Am replica driven by George Follmer during the 1970 season. This mustang is a street driven car, not a real race car."
(from the 1970 Collection Pages) NEW POST Another shot of Raynald's School Bus Yellow 1970 Boss 302 Trans Am race car replica.
(from the 1970 Collection Pages) NEW POST THis 1970 Mustang Boss 302 Trans Am replica is ready for the trailer.

 
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