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|1971 T-5 Ford Mustang|
Ford could not export the Mustang to Germany, but they could export a Mustang with all it's "Mustang" emblems replaced with "T5". The T-5 Ford was available for export to Germany from 1964 to 1979.
|Examples of a 1971 T-5 Ford Mustang|
|White Primer T-5 Ford|
Check out this heavily modified 1971 T-5 Mustang! It is owned by Russ Rainwater from Salem, Oregon. Russ explains, "I have completed many body modifications such as hood scoop, side intakes, ground effects, rear spoiler, and molded rear panel. I know this look may not be for everyone but I enjoy some things different than stock. Most recent upgrades were the 20-inch rims and dual exhaust exiting in front of the rear tires. Glass packs with a balance bar for a great classic muscle car sound. Future plans are B&M shifter, blacked out chrome, block sanding, then spray the gun metal gray with black stripes. Yes, painting the bumpers but I will leave the T-5 emblem. Did these cars have fender emblems on both sides or just the drivers? This is my birth year car and has been a blast to work on!"
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|Bright Silver Blue T-5 Ford|
Bright Silver Blue 1971 T5 Mach-1 fastback with silver stripes and silver rocker panels. The T-5 was exported to Germany because the Mustang could not. T5 was the project name of the original mustang prototype. To export to Germany, new T5 fender emblems were added and any Mustang wording was removed.
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