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1964

Indianapolis 500 Pace Car
A quantity of 185 Mustang Indianapolis Pace Car hardtop replicas were sold in 1964 to the public. Not just any dealer could sell them though. They had to compete for them! The competition, called "Checkered Flag" and "Green Flag" contests, were based on the dealer's sales performance prior to the introduction of the Mustang in April of 1964. The top five dealerships in each district received a Pace Car replica. This car was won by Bennett Ford in Salt Lake City, Utah. The pace cars are all sequentially numbered (VIN) between 111500-126000. They have the same dataplate codes; 65A=hardtop, C=Pace Car White paint, 42=white & blue interior. Many were sold to customers with the stripes and lettering removed. Thirty-seven Wimbledon White 1964 Mustang Pace Car convertibles were created for the actual Indianapolis 500 race. Three of them were modified to be actual pace cars (4-speed transmission, tuned 289ci engines, lowered suspension, and speed rated tires). Another thirty-five convertibles with red, white, or blue interiors were used as Dignitary Cars. They were auctioned to dealerships and sold to the public after the race event.
1965

GT Options Package
The first Mustang GT options package was offered in 1965. There were 10 standard options in this package. (1) 225hp Challenger V8, (2) 3-speed manual floor shift, (3) dual straight-through exhaust with flared chrome tailpipe extensions, (4) Special Handling Package (heavy-duty suspension, 22:1 overall steering ratio), (5) fade-resistant front disc brakes, (6) grille mounted fog lamps, (7) Five dial instrument cluster (fuel, temperature, speedometer, oil pressure, amperes) with a black leather-grained vinyl dash panel, (8) GT fender badges, (9) bright-metal hood accent molding, and (10) Ford racing lower body tripe stripe. Substitutions and additions were often selected.
In 1965 Shelby American modified a lot of Wimbledon White fastbacks directly from the San Jose factory with the 271hp(289ci, V8) engine. The converted cars were named the Shelby GT-350 because there was 350 feet between Shelby's main assembly line and the engine room. Engine modifications boost its performance up to 306hp with a Cobra aluminum high rise intake manifold, 715cfm Holley four-barrel carburetor, Cobra cast aluminum finned valve covers and 6.5 quart oil pan, steel tubing "Try-Y" exhaust headers, low restriction mufflers, and dual side-exit exhaust pipes. Body modifications included a fiberglass hood with NASCAR-style pins and functional scoop, a cleaned up grill with a mustang logo which will become the 1969 Mustang standard, and all were Wimbledon White with blue 10 inch wide racing "LeMans" stripes. Interior modification included a high performance instrumented dash, a collection of different wooden steering wheels, removing the back seats and placing the spare tire there to classify it as a SCCA racing series sports car, and many others. Shelby VIN plates were affixed directly over the Ford VIN numbers. 562 units where built in 1965 which included 521 street versions($4547), 34 race-prepared models($5995), 4 drag racing versions, and 3 prototypes.
Mustang Shelby GT-350

T-5 Ford
The T-5 Ford was Ford's answer to exporting Mustangs to Germany. Ford couldn't register the name "Mustang" in Germany because there were trucks with that same name. The horn button and gas caps merely said Ford. Special T-5 emblems replaced the Mustang emblems on the outside and dash of the car. The T-5 was available from 1964 to 1979.
The 1965 Player's Mustang special edition was painted dark blue and white to match the Player's cigarette package. The Mustangs were used to promote the cigarette by the John Player and Sons division of Imperial Tobacco Canada. Contests to win them ran in many Canadian Providences such as Quebec, Manitoba, Ontario, and Alberta from 1965 through 1968. Besides the unique paint they all were hardtops with 200ci 6-cylinder engine, full wheel covers, and an AM radio.
Player's Mustang Special Edition
1966

Mustang GT
1966 was the second year for the Mustang GT. The GT package was very popular in 1966 because the option sold for $152.20 and included the high-performance 271hp (at 6000rpm), 289 cubic inch, V8 engine; dual exhaust; fog lamps; special ornamentation; disc brakes; GT racing stripes; and handling package components. Chrome rocker trim and chrome rear quarter ornaments were deleted.
In 1966 Shelby added Raven Black, Sapphire Blue, Ivy Green, and Candy Apple Red to the 1965 Wimbledon White only color selections for the GT-350. 1000 special gold striped Raven Black fastbacks were sold to Hertz for part of a Hertz promotional program. These special black and gold Shelbys became known as the Shelby GT-350H special model.
Shelby Mustang

Millionth Mustang Sale
1966 Million Mustang Sale was a promotion for early 1966 Mustangs of any body style or engine size which featured optional upgrades at a special price. All Mustangs of this sale included a personalized dash plate. Two other parts of this promotion included the Sprint 200 Limited Edition and Anniversary Gold Millionth Mustang hardtop.
Promoted as the Millionth Mustang Success Sale, the Sprint 200 limited edition package was offered mid 1966 when Ford worried about inventory problems with the first V8 level upgrade 289ci engine. The Sprint 200 was a sport package specifically designed for the base 200ci 6 cylinder engine which were plentiful. Other Sprint options included center floor console; painted side accent stripes (color matched with the car's interior); deletion of the chrome rear quarter ornaments; a set of deluxe 48 spoke, blue center wire-style wheel covers; and a "Sprint 200" decal on the engine's chrome air cleaner cover.
Mustang Sprint 200 Limited Edition

Anniversary Gold Edition
In 1966, rumors are that 50 special ordered Anniversary Gold Mustangs were built as part of the Millionth Mustang Anniversary, special order number 1111 and sent to dealerships across the nation. Of the few that have been found, the common features include that they are all hardtops and have C-code 289ci 2-barrel V8 engine, pony interior, steel styled wheels, and special Anniversary Gold paint.
1966 was the first year for the High Country Special consisting of some GT special sports options but for the Colorado area which included a blue fender badge and came in Columbine Blue, Aspen Gold, or Timberline Green. 333 High Country Specials where produced and came in any body style, 6 cylinder or V8 engine, with wire or regular wheels, a special distinguishing emblem, and the unique paint color.
High Country Special

T-5 Ford
The Mustang name was already registered in Germany but there was a strong appetite for Mustangs especially from the US Servicemen stationed there. Ford's answer was the T-5 Ford The horn button and gas caps merely said Ford. Special T-5 emblems replaced the Mustang emblems on the outside and dash of the car. The T-5 was available from 1964 to 1979.
We are working on several 1966 Limited Edition Mustangs we are collectively calling Territorial Specials since they were only offered in a few locations and a few dealers. One of them is the 1966 Silver Mink Limited Edition Anniversary Mustang offered in the tri-state area of Ohio-Pennsylvania-West Virginia area which featured special order Thunderbird Silver Mink exterior paint and a black vinyl roof. It was probably a Sprint hardtop with this special order paint and top.
Silver Mink Limited Edition

Player's Mustang Special Edition
The 1966 Player's Mustang special edition featured a special blue and white exterior paint scheme to match the Player's cigarette package, 200ci 6-cylinder engine, full wheel cover, and AM radio. Many these unique Mustangs were given away weekly or bi-weekly in many Canadian Providences such as Quebec, Manitoba, Ontario, and Alberta from 1965 through 1968.
1967
The 1967 Mustang GT was a special options package which included an engine upgrade to the C-code base V8 engine with dual exhaust, grille mounted fog lamps, power front disc brakes, F70x14 tires, GT gas cap, the 1967 Handling Package, rocker panel stripe, and a GT emblem. The Handling Package was firmer suspension components, limited-slip rear axle, and 1 inch wheel with wire wheel covers.
Mustang GT

Mustang GTA
The Mustang GTA was a Mustang GT with automatic transmission. The GTA standard options were engine upgrade to the C-code base V8 engine with dual exhaust, grille mounted fog lamps, power front disc brakes, F70x14 tires, GT gas cap, the 1967 Handling Package, rocker panel stripe, and a GTA emblem.
The 1967 Mustang Shelby came in two models: the Shelby GT350 with a 306hp, 289 cubic inch, V8; and the newly introduced Shelby GT500 with a 350hp, 425 cubic inch, big-block, V8. Both the GT-350 and GT-500 came only as fastbacks, although there was one prototype GT-500 convertible.
Shelby

Mustang Sports Sprint
The 1967 Mustang Sports Sprint was an entry level sport options package which included hood vents, recessed turn signals, white wall tires, full wheel covers, bright metal rocker panel moldings, chrome air cleaner, and vinyl covered shift handle if an automatic transmission was ordered. Early in 1967 the Sport Sprint package was only offered on the hardtop body style, but by June 1967 the convertible was included. Often times these Mustangs were ordered in special colors such as Springtime Yellow or Dusk Rose (Pink), and most could include a decklid mounted luggage rack at a reduced price. Ford offered a set of promotional ads for this special model, often calling it a limited edition and included it as part of the 3rd birthday celebration of Mustang.
The 1967 High Country Special was limited to 400 cars and only came in Columbine Blue, Aspen Gold, or Timberline Green. They came in all three body styles; hardtop, convertible, and fastback. The brass HSC emblem was screwed to the body just behind the front wheel with three sheet metal screws. The High Country Special (HCS) was offered in 1966, 1967, and 1968.
High Country Special

Ski Country Special
Also from the High Country ares of Denver came the 1967 Ski Country Special which featured ski racks, snow tires, equalock rear axle, and a medallion featured in Aspen Red, Vail Blue, Winter Park Turquoise, Loveland Green, or Breckenridge Yellow.
The 1967 She Country Special was created by Ann Goodro of William Goodro Inc in Denver. The dealership ordered the most Country Special Mustangs at the time. Craig and Denise MacGregor; who just bought one of these cars and contacted Goodro Ford Dealer Ann Goodro. 48 cars were ordered, 12 each in the pastel colors of Evening Orchard (metallic lavender), Bermuda Sand, Autumn Smoke (metallic gray), and Limelite Green. Thanks to Tony Popish for the color names. The cars were based on the Ski Country Special, had a special decal, and where only sold at William Goodro. The She Country Specials were not limited to hardtops and/or fastbacks, there were convertibles as well.
She Country Special

Mustang Stallion
There were eight Mustang Stallions built in 1967 which had Mercury Cougar taillights and vinyl trim on the upper body. 1967 was the first year of the Ford Mercury Cougar, and it was designed and sold as an upscale version of the Mustang; therefore 8 cars were built as a hybrid between the two models. See www.ponysite.de for more info, click New, Special Models then 1967 Stallion from the Superrare area.
The 1967 Branded Mustang was created by dealerships to spiff up Mustangs for resale. The Branding kit was available from Ford between 1965 to 1968. The kit included choice of different colored and patterned vinyl tops (15 choices), side stripes (in 5 colors), quarter panel chrome, and special Branded emblems. The vinyl tops were pretty wild, with paisley and flower patterns. One of the emblems was a round "Branded" emblem that was typically placed on the vinyl top behind the side rear quarter window. The other emblem was a shield shaped "Branded ID" emblem on the front fender - up near the triangle vent window.
Branded Mustang

Lone Star Limited
1967 Lone Star Limited Edition Mustang was territorial special for Texas just as the High Country Special was for Denver and the California Special for California. They came with a special Blue Bonnet paint - they came to be known by the name Bluebonnet Special. All 175 Lone Star Mustangs where hardtops, had the sprint options package, blue luxury interior, steel styled wheels, 200ci in-line six or 289ci V8 engine, and had a gold Lone Star Limited fender badge.
Ford couldn't export the Mustang to Germany because they couldn't register the name there. So they exported the T-5 Ford instead. The "Mustang" worded emblems were removed, and "T-5 Ford" emblems were installed. T-5s were sold in Germany from 1964 through the 1979 model year.
T-5 Ford

Other Special Models
There are several 1967 special model Mustangs we are working on. Many of these special models where considered Territorial Special Promotional Mustangs with special exterior paint colors. One of these territorial Mustangs may have been called a Twister Special offered in Cajun Red or Lavender and in the Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana area. Not to be outdone by the San Jose Mustang plant that came out with 50 Anniversary Gold One-Millionth Production Anniversary Mustangs, each of the plants are rumored to paint some 1967 Anniversary Gold Mustangs although each plant had its own version of the color. One national special promotional Mustang was the Emerald Green Saint Patrick's Day Special Model which came out in March and in High Country Special Timberline Green exterior paint.
Besides the special colors available on the many 1967 special model Mustangs, several colors could be special ordered on any 1967 Mustang hardtop, fastback, or convertible. The Diamond Green Mustang was a very light, almost white, green and had an exterior color code of H. The Diamond Blue Mustang was a very light blue with an exterior color code of N. A very bold pink was used for the Dusk Rose Mustang and had a color code of S (the one shown here is a bit faded). A Playboy Pink Mustang was also offered but should not be confused with the Playboy Pink Mustang given to Playboy playmate of the year in 1964.
Dusk Rose Mustang Diamond Blue Mustang
Diamond Green MustangPlayboy Pink Mustang

Eleanor
The 1967 Eleanor Mustang was first conceived for the 2000 movie Gone in 60 seconds remake staring Nicolas Cage. Eleanor was designed by Steve Stanford (Hot Rod illustrator) and Chip Foose. The movie cars were built by Cinema Vehicle Services (CVS). Due to popularity of the movie and car, aftermarket kits are available to create your own.
The Indy Pacesetter limited edition was produced to honor the Indy 500 race, without being an official Indy Pace Car. We believe 324 of these cars were build and featured Scotchlite stripes (reflective possibly blue over black dual stripes) on Wimbledon White exterior paint, special rear grille (white taillight panel with blue pin stripe highlights), sporty louvered hood with integrated turn signals, sport tires with the optional V8, bucket seats, blue interior vinyl trim, full carpeting, and full wheel covers with whitewall tires.
Indy Pacesetter

Limited Edition 400
The 1967 Limited Edition 400 is a special model for the Chicagoland area as the newspaper advertisements state. They were painted deep metallic gold, had louvered hoods, wheel lip and deck lid lip metal trim, deluxe wheel covers, Limited Edition 400 fender emblems, and a Limited Edition 400 owners name dash plate.
There were several National Sweepstakes which featured specially ordered 1967 Mustangs. They included the 3 Pink Mustangs given away in the Tussy Cosmetics sweepstakes, and the 7 Silver Mustangs given away in the ... (stay tuned for more information)
Tussy Mustang

Mustang Blazer Limited Edition
The 1967 Mustang Blazer Limited Edition hardtop is a special model we found for the Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virgina, Maryland area. It features Lime Gold exterior paint, black vinyl hardtop, personalize interior nameplate, and a Blazer exterior nameplate. The Mustang Blazer was heavily advertised November and December of 1966 in local newspapers.
1968
The 1968 Mustang GT was a special options package which included an engine upgrade to the C-code base V8 engine with dual exhaust, a body side c-stripe or rocker panel stripe, 14 inch GT steel styled wheels, GT gas cap, GT quarter panel emblems.
Mustang GT

Shelby
The 1968 Shelby came in three models: the GT-350 had the 306hp 302ci V8 engine, the GT-500 had the 335hp 428ci V8 engine, and the GT-500KR King of the Road had the 400hp 428ci Cobra Jet V8 engine. The 1968 Shelby featured twin hood scoops at the leading edge of the car, hood pins, fiberglass front valance, and the first American twin rectangular driving lights.
Fifty Wimbledon White 1968 NHRA Mustang GT Cobra Jet race cars were ordered for the 1968 National Hot Rod Association Winternationals in Los Angeles. VIN numbers range from 8F02R135007 to 8F02R135056 and the first batch of 18 where scheduled for assembly on December 30, 1967 with delete export brace, 428ci Cobra jet, GT option, steel wheels, aluminum intake, Wimbledon white, and no racing stripes. These cars were 135-series rated (135mph or higher). Gas Ronda, Jerry Harvey, Hubert Platt, Don Nicholson, Hubert Platt, and Al Joniec raced them for Ford at the 1968 NHRA Winternationals held February 2-4.
NHRA Cobra Jet

California Special
There was a quantity of 4118 California Special (GT/CS) hardtops built in 1968. They had the same rear taillight panels and spoiler as the Shelby, fiberglass side scoops, stripes, blacked out grille, fog lights, hood locks, but did not come standard with the 1968 GT options package although 8 percent were ordered with a subset of them. All GT California Specials were built at the San Jose assembly plant and were offered with any engine and paint combination.
The 1968 GT High Country Special was a midyear package similar to the California Special but offered in the Colorado area. It included an engine upgrade to the C-code base V8 engine with dual exhaust, a body side stripe, 14 inch steel styled wheels, side scoop, and High Country Special side decals. Unlike the previous years, the High Country Special was offered in any of the standard 1968 Mustang colors. Thank you Arlie Moses for correcting our error on available colors
High Country Special

Mustang Sprint
The 1968 Sprint was originally introduced midway through the 1966 model year when Ford introduced the Millionth Mustang Sale featuring the limited-edition Sprint package which had a lot more chrome and a different engine due to engine availability problems in 1966. The Sprint option remained in later years with just the additional chrome and paint options which gave the car a GT look without the price. The 1968 Mustang Sprint option "A" consisted of GT stripes, pop-open gas cap and the full wheel covers of six cylinder Mustangs. The "B" option received the V8 engine, Argent styled steel wheels with Wide Oval Tires, and GT fog lamps. Early in 1968 this package was sold as limited-edition Mustangs "C" stripe, and by mid March called a limited edition Mustang Sprint offered in all body styles.
The 1968 Golden Nugget Special or Golden Nugget Limited Edition Mustang was an Oregon/Seattle promotion which took a 1968 hardtop and offered it in Sunlit Gold (color code Y, usually followed with a "5" to indicate the black hood, and special order number 1111 after the 74 DSO found on the door data tag) although any of the standard or special Mustang colors could be ordered. Also with this package came the louvered hood with black painted inserts, black vinyl top, a black interior, and featured unique golden plaques on the dashboard with the original owner's name engraved. 481 Golden Nugget Limited Edition Mustangs were actually produced of the 525 scheduled to be offered through the promotion.
Golden Nugget Special

Rainbow of Colors
The Rainbow of colors was a 1968-69 West Coast promotion which allowed new Mustang owners to order a car in one of 13 special factory of colors which represented the colors in the rainbow. Some of these colors were Madagascar Orange, Whipped Cream, Spanish Gold, Dandelion Yellow, Hot Pink, Caribbean Coral, Forest Green, Sierra Blue, and Moss Green. See our detailed information on the Rainbow of Colors promotion.
It has been thought that the 1968 Color of the Month special promotion had special Black Hills Gold paint for the New Year celebration in January, Passionate Pink for Valentine's day in February, Emerald Green for St. Patrick's day in March, and Eastertime Coral for Easter in April. The April promotion was especially interesting because dealers could show off other special 1968 Mustang pastel colors at the same time in a Easter Collection of Colors. We are starting to believe that this promotion was a little different. See our detailed information on the Color of the Month promotion.
Color of the Month

Branded Special
Branded edition Mustangs were created by dealerships on used 65-68 Mustangs to spiff them up for resale. The Branding kit was available from Ford. The kit included choice of colored vinyl tops (in 15 colors), side stripes (in 5 colors), quarter panel chrome, and special Branded emblems. One emblem is round "Branded" emblem and is typically placed on the vinyl top behind the side rear quarter window. The other emblem is a shield shaped "Branded ID" emblem on the front fender - up near the triangle vent window.
The T-5 Ford was exported to Germany without the Mustang name due to a vehicle there already named the same. The T-5 was available from 1964 to 1979.
T-5 Ford

Cardinal Edition
The 1968 Cardinal Edition limited edition Mustang is a Virginia and North Carolina territorial special. They are all hardtops and came with Cardinal Special hood top emblem, flip-open chromed gas cap, black interior, black side "C" stripe, wheel lip moldings, wheel covers, 200ci inline six cylinder engine, and special paint (Candyapple Red and possibly Wimbledon White).
Although a standard color for the 1968 Shelby Mustang, Corporate Yellow was a special order color available on all standard 1968 Mustang hardtops, fastbacks, and convertibles. In later years Corporate Yellow was renamed Grabber Yellow and became a standard color.
Corporate Yellow Mustang

Bullitt
The 1968 Mustang Bullitt was a Highland Green 1968 Mustang GT fastback used in the 1968 movie Bullitt staring Steve McQueen. It is a significant movie due one of the best car chase scenes ever filmed. The popularity of this movie has inspired many 1968 Mustang owners to create their own versions. You basically take a 1968 GT Mustang, paint it Highland Green and add American Racing Torque Thrust wheels. In 2001 Ford created their own Highland Green (avail in black too) Mustang Bullitt special model. They did it again in 2008 and 2009.
Mississippi and Louisiana had is own limited edition called the Dixie Special Mustang hardtop. It featured special paint colors, a Dixie license plate, and a Dixie Special emblem. From the newspaper articles we have found, it appears that the car included other upgrades such as a louvered hood, sportier wheel covers, and vinyl top. We think there is at least one out there. If you have any additional information let us know.
Dixie Special

Golden Mustang Limited Edition
The Golden Mustang Limited Edition was offered in the Iowa/Illinois area and featured special gold paint, louvered hood, sport wheel covers, and a special Golden Mustang Limited Edition badge.
The Special Dakota Days Gold Mustang is a South Dakota limited edition Mustang featuring Black Hills Gold special ordered paint, sport wheels, and louvered hood. This is one of the four 1968 Color of the Month special order paints, and now the color name makes sense. Black Hills Gold definitely says South Dakota. This special edition Mustang was limited to 20 convertibles and 5 hardtops.
Special Dakota Days Gold Mustang

Mustang Challenger Special
The Mustang Challenger Special was a Mississippi, dealer modified Seafoam Green hardtops 289ci V8 (4 speed manual) or 302ci V8 (3 speed manual), and Shelby intakes and a special 4118 Holley carburetor. To keep the cars light and fast they had no power options (no power steering, power brakes or A/C). There were about 21 with a 302ci V8 and a few with the 289ci V8. The 302ci, 3-speed, Challenger Special VIN numbers have been isolated to 8F01J193649-70 with DSO of 64 New Orleans where the intakes and carburetors were changed out. Similar models were offered by other dealers across the nation but promoted differently.
There are several 1968 special model Mustangs we are working on. Many of these special models where considered locally available Territorial Special promotional Mustangs which featured special exterior paint colors, special emblems and badges, and sporty options. Marsh Ford of Pennsylvania created a limited edition Mustang Colt for him and a Lady Mustang for her. Both have badges, ID plates, special dashes, sport wheel covers, and bullet-tip fender lights.
Mustang Colt
Lady Mustang

Other Special Models
There are other Special Promotional 1968 Mustangs which we are starting to know more about. The first is the Charlotte North Carolina Playboy Pink promotion, which offered 275 Mustangs painted in Playboy Pink. Another is the TCU Special Promotion which offered purple 390ci Mustangs for Texas Christan University ordered out of Davenport Iowa area.
1969
The 1969 Mustang Grande was only offered for the hardtop and included a vinyl roof, plush interior, deluxe two-spoke steering wheel, full wheel covers, color keyed racing mirrors, electric clock, bright exterior moldings, dual outside paint stripes (also missing on this car), and luxury foam bucket seats for an additional $231.
Mustang Grande

Mustang GT
The 1969 Mustang GT sport option package included the 351ci Winsor V8, special handling options, racing stripes, dual exhaust, hood pin type latches, and styled wheels with Argent Silver trim and GT hubcaps and gas cap. The GT option($147 base upgrade) was offered on all body styles. This was the last year of the classic GT sports options package, the GT returned in 1983. Only 6,694 GT equipped Mustangs rolled off the assembly line in 1969.
The 1969 Mustang Mach 1 (starting at $733 over the base V8 fastback or "SportsRoof" body) came standard with a matte black hood, hood scoop (only functional with the SCJ Ram Air Drag Pack engine), exposed NASCAR-style hood lock pins (could be deleted), a spoiler (at extra cost), reflective side and rear stripes, color-keyed sport mirrors, special handling suspension, and chrome exhaust tips. In the interior the Mach 1 came standard with high-back seats, black carpets, a Rim-Blow steering wheel, center console, clock, sound-deadening insulation, and teakwood grained trim on the doors/dash/console.
Mustang Mach 1

Mustang Boss
The 1969 Mustang Boss was first introduced in 1969 by the newly hired GM designer Larry Shinoda. The Boss came in two forms for the fastback body line: the Boss 302 used a 4 barrel version of the 302 cubic inch, V8 to increase the horsepower by 80 to 290hp; and the Boss 429 had the largest Mustang engine of 1969, a 429 cubic inch, 4 barrel, ram air, V8 with 375 horsepower. The Boss came with special "Hotchkiss" type rear suspension and many other performance options and body options to handle the larger power and seven inch Magnum 500 rims. The first 50 Boss Mustangs were hand built.
The 1969 Shelby came in two models: the GT-350 which got Ford's new 290hp, 351 cubic inch V8 and the GT-500 got the 1968 GT-500 335hp, 428 cubic inch, Cobra Jet V8. Both models had fiberglass fenders, hood and rear cap which made the Shelby 3 inches longer than the 1969 Mustangs. Other changes included five recessed NASA-type hood scoops, a chrome strip at the hood's leading edge which wrapped around the grille to meet the thin Shelby chrome bumper, Lucas driving lights, side-centered Shelby GT side stripes, larger break body side air scoops, sequential rear taillights, and a spring mounted license plate which hid the fuel cap.
Shelby

Rainbow of Colors
The Rainbow of Colors was a 1968-69 West Coast promotion which allowed new Mustang owners to order a car in one of 13 special factory of colors which represented the colors in the rainbow. Some of these colors were Madagascar Orange, Whipped Cream, Spanish Gold, Dandelion Yellow, Hot Pink, Caribbean Coral, Forest Green, Sierra Blue, and Moss Green. See our detailed information on the Rainbow of colors promotion.
The 1969 Mustang Limited Edition 600 was a special spring 1969, promotion in the Philadelphia area. 508 cars were produced for this promotion which was 92 cars short of the 600 planned. The cars were available in either Flower Power Red (Ford special paint code WT5185) or Groovy Green (MX8241928). They came in both hardtop and fastback body styles, had the 6 cylinder engine, and many of the hardtops came with a black vinyl top. Each of the cars received a special Limited Edition 600 decal, which was located under the Mustang emblems on the front fenders. Other features included a non-functional hood scoop, full wheel covers, E78 x 14 whitewall tires, chrome remote driver's side mirror, AM radio, and colored tape stripes (3 pinstripes just below the body line from the headlight to the quarter panel scoop).
Limited Edition 600

Mustang E
The 1969 Mustang E was offered for those desiring high mpg or Economy. The 1969 Limited Edition Mustang E was a rare (about 50 produced) fastback special model designed for economy. It came with the 250 ci six-cylinder engine, a high stall torque converter for the standard automatic transmission and a very low, 2.33:1 rear axle ratio. Mustang E lettering on the rear quarters identified the special Mustang E.
Ford could not export the Mustang to Germany, but they could export a Mustang with it's emblems replaced with "T-5". The T-5 Ford was available for export to Germany from 1964 to 1979.
T-5 Ford

4.1 Liter Special
We are working on finding out more about the 1969 Mustang 4.1 Liter Special which came with an automatic L-code 4.1 liter (250ci) 6-cylinder engine; special order exterior green WT7034, yellow or orange paint; white and gold pinstripe; and a 4.1 Litre Special checkered flag fender badge. The special model seems to be local to the Indianapolis order district (DSO 46).
1970

Mustang Grande
The 1970 Mustang Grande option was only for the hardtop and consisted of a vinyl roof, plush interior with luxury foam bucket seats, deluxe two-spoke steering wheel, color-keyed racing mirrors (not on the car shown), full wheel covers, electric clock, bright exterior body moldings (only on the truck of this car), and dual outside paint stripes.
The 1970 Mustang Mach 1 came only on the fastback body style. Factory options included: 351ci 4 valve engine, 3-speed manual transmission, Ford 9 inch 3.00 standard axle ratio, black hood stripe, F70x14 belted tires, power steering, AM radio, tinted glass, front bumper guards, and tachometer.
Mustang Mach 1

Mustang Boss
The 1970 Mustang Boss came in two models: the Boss 302 and the Boss 429. The Boss came only in the fastback body style and included either the 302ci or 429ci V8 engine, Drag Pack suspension, Convenience Group, clock, power steering, power front disk brakes, tachometer, AM radio, functional front air spoiler, decor group, competition suspension, trunk mounted battery, and bucket seats with center console.
The 1970 Shelby came in two models: the Shelby GT-350 and the Shelby GT-500, in both fastback and convertible body styles. 1970 Shelbys were carry overs from 1969; and therefore the bodystyle and options did not change. One difference was the hood stripes. In 1970 the Shelbys had two black front pointed hood stripes centered over the outer four hood vents. This was the last year the Shelby was offered. It doesn't appear again until the 2006 model year.
Shelby

Twister Special
The 1970 Mustang Mach 1 Twister Special was a promotional special model sold only in the Kansas City area. The promotion was limited to 96 cars and all were Grabber Orange Mach 1 Mustangs with either the Super Cobra Jet Ram Air engine or the new 351ci Cleveland 4 valve V8 engine, Drag Pack suspension, a tornado decal on the rear fender with the words Twister Special, and all obviously for a special price.
The 1970 Sidewinder Special Mustang was a special in the Nebraska-Iowa area featuring a sport upgraded base sportsroof Mustang with stripes, 351ci engine, and special rear fender Sidewinder snake graphics.
Sidewinder Special Mustang

Mustang Grabber
The 1970 special model Mustang Grabber was a special package to promote the Grabber paint colors. They were all fastbacks painted in either Grabber Green, Grabber Blue, Grabber Orange, Calypso Coral, or Bright Yellow. The were optioned with the "Grabber Special Value Package". The Grabber Package included; the special "C" stripe which is similar to the 1969 Boss side stripe but without the lettering, the F-code 302ci 2bbl engine, body colored side mirrors, blacked out rear taillight panel, and 14-inch wheels with dog dish plain hub caps.
1971

Mustang Grande
The 1971 Mustang Grande option was only for the hardtop and consisted of a vinyl roof, plush interior with dexluxe cloth high bucket seats, electric clock, interior trim panels with molded pull handles and arm rests, deluxe two-spoke steering wheel, color-keyed racing mirrors, full wheel covers, metal rocker panel moldings, metal wheel lip trim, and dual exterior paint stripes.
The 1971 Mustang Mach 1 came only on the fastback body style. The 1971 Mach 1 came with color keyed sport mirrors, spoiler, rear bumper, hood, and front fender; sport fog lamps integrated into the grille; sport suspension, wheels, and trim rings; black honeycomb rear panel; black or argent silver rocker panel paint; decklid, bodyside, and hood stripes; the 302ci V8 engine; and optional NASA styled vented hood. The Mach 1 sports interior has knitted vinyl seats, deluxe two spoke steering wheel, molded door panels, black dash panel with wood grained center instruments group panel, electric clock, rear ash trays, and color matched front rubber floor mats sewn to the carpet.
Mustang Mach 1

Mustang Boss
The 1971 Mustang Boss 351 came only in the fastback body style and included either the 330hp, Ram Air, 351ci Cleveland, V8 engine; and with many of the 1971 Mach 1 options including competition suspension, functional black spoiler, blacked out NASA-styled hood, honeycombed grille, color keyed racing mirrors, hub caps or trim rings, black or argent silver stripes, and fender moldings.
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.
T-5 Ford

Spring Special Value Hardtop
The 1971 Spring Special Value Mustang hardtop featured many Mach 1 and Boss sport appearance upgrade on the baselevel Mustang hardtop. It included the color-matched from bumper of the 1971 Mach 1; side stripes of the 1971 Boss; and grille mounted fog lamps, color-keyed side mirrors, and black lower bodyside paint of both.
1972
The 1972 Mustang Grande was a special luxury package for the hardtop body style. The Grande options package included a full vinyl roof with Grande script lettering, body side tape pin stripes, full wheel covers, a Lambeth cloth and vinyl luxury seats, bright pedal pad trim, deluxe instrument panel trim with wood grain, and electric clock.
Grande

Mach 1
The 1972 Mustang Mach 1 was a sport special model consisting of a NASA-style scoop hood; argent silver or black lower body finish; color keyed front bumper, rear fender moldings, and sport mirrors; black honeycomb grille with integrated fog lamps; sport hubcaps with trim rings; a 302ci, 2-barrel, V8 engine; and a sport interior with high back bucket seats, electric clock, triple instrument pod, black and wood grain dash trim, and deluxe carpet and door panels.
The 1972 Mustang Sprint was created to promote the 1972 Olympics and to participate in the Washington DC Cherry Blossom Parade. All Sprints were painted white with blue and red accents. There were over 6200 Sprint hardtops, almost 3100 Sprint Sportroofs, and 50 Sprint convertibles built. They came with two different Sprint Decor options. The "A" Sprint package defined the white paint with red and blue accents, color matched seats and carpets, white wall tires, and the 1972 Olympic flag decal on the rear fender. A "B" Sprint package added mag-type wheels to the "A" option list.
Sprint
1973

Grande
The 1973 Mustang Grande was a special luxury package for the hardtop body style. The Grande options package included a full vinyl roof, body side tape pin stripes, full wheel covers, and a luxury seats and interior trim. This was the last year that the luxury options package was called Grande, in 1974 it was renamed the Ghia after a redesign of the options by the newly Ford acquired Ghia Italian design firm.
1973 was the last year for the classic Mustang Mach 1 which was a sport special model consisting of a NASA-style scoop hood; argent silver or black lower body finish; color keyed front bumper, rear fender moldings, and sport mirrors; black grille with integrated fog lamps; sport wheels; and a sport interior with high back bucket seats, electric clock, triple instrument pod, black and wood grain dash trim, and deluxe carpet and door panels.
Mach 1
1974

Ghia Luxury/Sport
The 1974 Mustang Ghia was a special sport luxury package for the 2-door coupe body style. The Ghia options package included spoke-style wheel covers, a vinyl roof, deluxe color-keyed seat belts, remote-controlled door mirrors, a Super Sound package, shag carpeting, wood-tone door panel accents, a digital clock, and a super-soft vinyl or Westminster cloth seats. Ford used the 1970 acquired Ghia Italian design firm for these design choices.
The 1974 Mustang Mach 1 offered styled steel wheels with chrome trim rings, remote control racing mirrors, and unique paint tape treatment on the newly designed hatchback body style.
Mach 1
1975

Ghia Luxury/Sport
The 1975 Mustang Ghia is a special sport luxury package only for the 2-door coupe body style and includes a half vinyl roof, fog lamps, color keyed body side molding, and luxury interior.
The 1975 Mustang Mach 1 came with a larger engine; the Rallye Package which included Tracktion-Lok differential, 195/70 BWL tires; an extra cooling package, exhaust with bright tips, and digital clock; and the competition suspension system which consisted of heavy-duty front and rear springs, rear stabilizer bar, and adjustable shocks; color keyed remote adjustable side mirrors, leather wrapped steering wheels, and styled steel wheels with trim rings. The 1975 Mach1 came only in the hatchback body style.
Mach 1

Special Paint Edition
Introduced in the mid 1975 model year was the Special Paint Edition Mustang II. Offering many of the upgrades of the 1976 Stallion Mustang including two-tone paint resulting in wide side stripes, sport wheels, bumper guards, color keyed body-side moldings, color keyed sport mirrors, and interior upgrades.
50th Anniversary Mexican built coupe commemorating 50 years of Mexican built cars. These special cars have a dash plaque that says 1925-1975 Modelo Aniversario followed by an identification number. Similar Anniversary editions were offered on each Ford model built in Mexico.
50th Anniversary
1976
The 1976 Mustang Ghia optioned coupe included a half vinyl roof, hood striping, bodyside moldings, velour cloth interior color-keyed sun visors and headliner, and center console. The Ghia Luxury Group was offered between 1974 to 1981. In 1976 the Ghia package added $334 to the standard notchback coupe (or two-door sedan). Ghia was a group of Italian designers which Ford acquired a controlling interest in 1970.
Ghia Luxury

Mach 1
The 1976 Mustang Mach 1 included an engine, wheels, and interior upgrade as well as all the Mach 1 badging. A detailed list of the standard 1976 Mach 1 offerings include: steel-belted radial tires; tachometer, ampmeter, and temperature gauges; contoured bucket seats, color-keyed cut pile carpeting, fold down rear seat, styled steel wheels with trim rings, and dual remote control mirrors.
Most exciting to 1976 was the introduction of the Mustang Cobra II upgrade package which could be added to any of the hatchback body styles including the Mach 1. The Cobra II package included front and rear spoilers, simulated hood scoop, quarter window louvers, and snake emblems on a white with blue stripes or black with gold stripes paint scheme. The Cobra graphics designed by Jim Wangers credited for fathering the Pontiac GTO and the entire $325 option package okayed by Carroll Shelby. See our 1976 Cobra Data Explorer for more information.
Cobra II

Stallion
The 1976 Mustang Stallion sports package had a black grille and surround moldings without the emblem, black window moldings and wiper arms, bright lower-body side moldings, Stallion decals, styled steel wheels, and black lower quarter panels and bumpers. It was common to combine the Stallion options package with the baselevel MPG 2.3 liter engine.
The 1976 optional all-black sports group for the Mach 1 created The Shadow. Its features include: the Mach 1 options, black exterior, black or bright red interior, brushed aluminum instrument panel applique, black grille/window molding/windshield wiper arms, competition suspension, Traction-Lok differential axle, and extra cooling package.
The Shadow

MPG
The 1976 Mustang MPG package was the name given to a Mustang II with the base level 4-cylinder engine. MPG stood for Miles Per Gallon which was pretty popular as the price of gas started to skyrocket in the mid 1970s. The best Mustang gas millage included the base level standard options with 3.18:1 rear axle ratio and manual transmission.
1977
The 1977 Ghia optioned Mustang came with half vinyl roof, pinstripes, unique wheel covers, body side molding, color-keyed interior vinyl inserts and optional Media Velour cloth with large armrests.
Mustang Ghia

Mach 1
The 1977 Mustang Mach 1 included engine and suspension upgrades, a black lower side, black back panel, bright lower moldings, Mach 1 insignia, dual sport mirrors, and optional forged aluminum wheels.
The 1977 Mustang Cobra II came in white with blue stripes, blue with white stripes, or black with gold stripes. New in 1977 the Cobra could come with white with red stripes and white with green stripes. Early 1977 Cobras had the body side lettering low on the door, later in the year they were higher up. The $535 Cobra II options package required $58 power breaks. 21% of all Mustang hatchbacks sold in 1977 were ordered with the Cobra II package. The Cobra package came with rack and pinion steering, front disc breaks, the 2.3 liter 4 cylinder engine, racing stripes, blacked out grille, black racing mirrors, rear window louvers, rear quarter window louvers, front air dam, a non-functional rear opening hood scoop, rear wing, aluminum instrument and door panels, Cobra emblems, and styled steel wheels. See our 1977 Cobra Data Explorer for more information.
Cobra II
1978
The 1978 Ghia luxury group included the half vinyl top, bodyside color keyed body side moldings, bumper guards, wheel covers, and a luxury interior. The 1978 Ghia upgrade did not include one of the more powerful 1978 Mustang engines. The Ghia emblem is just visible behind the rear quarter side window.
Mustang Ghia

Mach 1
The 1978 Mustang Mach 1 included the 104hp 170ci (2.8L) 2-barrel 6-cylinder engine, styled wheels with raised white lettered tires, front and back black rear bumpers, lower black body side paint, brushed aluminum instrument dash panel, and full instruments package.
The 1978 Mustang Cobra II got a new stripe tape treatment mid-year with tri-color tape stripes, large "Cobra" block letters mid level on the side and decklid spoiler, a Cobra decal on the back spoiler, and a Cobra II snake emblem on a black grille. Standard on the 1978 Cobra came flat black window moldings, black quarter-window and back-light louvers, black rocker panels, and dual color-keyed racing mirrors. See our 1978 Cobra Data Explorer for more information.
Mustang Cobra II

King Cobra
New to 1978, was the King Cobra option at $1277. The "Boss of the Mustang stable" had a giant snake decal on the hood and pinstripping around the windows, decklid, wheel lips, rocker panels, belt, and over-the-roof area; a large front and rear spoiler, rear quarter flares, spoke wheels, and the 5.0L V8. See our 1978 Cobra Data Explorer for more information.
The 1978 Monroe Handler Mustang was a body kit created to promote the Monroe Handler series street performance shock absorbers. Creative Car Products sold the 8-piece fiberglass body kit. Pieces included the front air dam, rear spoiler, rear body panel, all 4 fenders. The kit was called the "Handler II". It was designed by Dave Kent. One (original) car was built with a metal body kit. Six more were built using fiberglass components to be given away as contest prizes.
Monroe Handler
1979

Mustang Ghia
The 1979 Ghia luxury group is available for both the 2-door coupe and 3-door hatchback body styles. This luxury package which consisted of several exterior and interior options including: color matched dual remote control mirrors, quarter louvers, and body side molding inserts; and luxury soft interior seats.
The 1979 Mustang Cobra options package was originally $1179 and included the 2.3 liter, turbo-charged, four cylinder; hood scoop; forged metric aluminum wheels with three main wide slotted spokes(replaced with 1993+ wheels on this car); blacked out window trim, body side and bumper trim, and lower body; sport mirrors, color keyed rear quarter window louver panels; tachometer and instrument cluster panel; and sport tuned exhaust with bright tailpipe tips. The hood graphics was an additional $78. See our 1979 Cobra Data Explorer for more information.
Mustang Cobra

Indianapolis Pace Car
Ford built about 11000 Indianapolis Pace Car replicas in 1979 to commemorate the new Mustang bodyline pace car of the 1979 Indianapolis 500 race. All replica cars had a flip-up sunroof, red and orange striping, unique pewter/black paint scheme, unique hood, three-slat grille, premium Recaro bucket seats, and a choice of turbo-four or regular V-8 engines. The Race-day decals were included for dealers to apply if the customer wished.
The 1979 Mustang IMSA(International Motor Sports Association) is a performance prototype designed by Ford's group which eventually became Ford Racing. Elements include large 12 inch wide Gotti wheels, blanked off grille, hood louvers, rear facing shaker hood scoop, air-flow sealed headlamp trim, windows flush with outside body panels (the side windows are flip out), ten bulb rear light strip. Under the hood is a 132hp, 2.3L, turbo engine. Inside is a dark plexiglass covered instrument panel, a sport steering wheel, Recaro rally leather bucket seats. Several IMSA Mustangs were built by Ford in 1979 through the 1982 model year.
Mustang IMSA
1980
The 1980 Ghia luxury group continued to be offered on the coupe and hatchback. The Ghia package included full wrap around black body side molding with argent gray inserts; high back vinyl seats with European styled headrests, turbine wheel covers, and Ghia badges on the decklid.
Mustang Ghia

Mustang Cobra
The 1980 Mustang Cobra package included an aerodynamic front and rear end. This package option was so significant that its cost was $1482, with the Cobra hood graphics costing an additional $88. The Cobra package was patterned off the 1979 pace car model and came with dual sport mirrors, sport tuned exhaust with bright tailpipe extensions, forged metric aluminum wheels, special instrument cluster, 8000 rpm tachometer, and a turbocharged 255ci, 4.2 liter, V8 engine. This car has optional rear quarter window louvers which cover the lower window "Cobra" lettered decal. See our 1980 Cobra Data Explorer for more information.
In 1980 the Ford Racing design team introduced the SVO M81 McLaren Mustang which had aerodynamic body modifications, custom wheels, custom interior, and racing tuned turbo charged in-line 4-cylinder engine. 7 prototype metal body versions were built and 243 fiberglass versions for $25,000 each.
SVO M81 McLaren Mustang
1981
The 1981 Ghia included many luxury items including black remote control side mirrors, body side pin striping, turbine style wheels, low back reclining seats with adjustable head rests and deluxe seat belts with tension eliminators, luxury level cut-pile carpet, and extra convenience lighting (map, dome, glove box, ash tray, engine).
Mustang Ghia

Mustang Cobra
The 1981 Mustang Cobra continued to be the only sports model for the Mustang with blacked out side mirrors and interior trim accents, rear facing hood scoop, 1979 Mustang pace car front end and rear spoiler, TRX wheels, added to the standard 2.3L twin turbo 4-cylinder engine connected to sport tuned exhaust. Upgrades included the 4.2L V8 engine. A Cobra package taping delete option existed to save $65 but the special, large Cobra hood decal was an additional $95 option. Although the Cobra came only in a hatchback, a sports package was also available for the hatchback or coupe which included engine upgrades, blacked out treatment, sport wheels, rear window louvers on the hatchback and convertible looking carriage roof for the coupe. See our 1981 Cobra Data Explorer for more information.
1982
New to 1982, was the Mustang GLX which replaced the previous years luxury Ghia options package. The GLX has "blackout" treatment on exterior window trim and door handles; optional non-functional hood scoop; P185/75R14 BSW performance tires; 6 spoke cast aluminum wheels, 5.0 fender badges; 157hp, 5.0L V8 engine and GT handling and suspension; GT dash instruments; reclining low bucket seats; blackout dash; and optional console with armrest, electronic digital clock and graphic display systems monitor. The new 1982 Mustang line-up of base level L, GL upgrade, luxury-sport GLX, and sport GT was created to follow the European naming standards for easier export.
Mustang GLX

Mustang GT
The Mustang GT was back in 1982 as a sport upgrade package which was last offered on 1969 Mustangs. The 1982 GT replaced the previous year's Cobra and Sports package. The 1982 GT came with the newly introduced 157hp, 5.0L, V8 engine; twin exhaust pipes; forward facing non-functional hood scoop, 14 inch cast aluminum wheels introduced in 1979; a color matched version of the previous year's Cobra front grille; new front skirts; and were limited to Bright Red, Black or Silver.
3 of these Mustang GT Enduro hatchbacks were built by Ford Motorsports to travel the country and promote Ford racing. One dark blue and two red were built based off the 1979-82 IMSA Mustang racer and many of the 1980 SVO M81 McLaren Mustang body features where used.
Mustang GT Enduro

Intermeccanica Cabrio
Ford contracted out some 1200 units to Intermeccanica Custom Coach Builders to build the Mustang Cabrio convertible. The conversion used parts from a Mercedes-Benz.
1983
The 1983 Mustang GLX luxury package was mainly different from the base GL on the inside with dual bright remote control mirrors, wood grained trimmed 4-spoke steering wheel, metal rocker panel trim, driver's door map pockets (the passenger was not allowed to read maps), and lighting group. The GLX convertible included power brakes, tinted glass, black remote mirrors, black rocker panel trim, and automatic transmission. 1983 was the second and last year of the GLX. In 1984 both the base level GL and GLX was combined to form the base level LX.
Mustang GLX

Mustang GT
New to the 1983 Mustang GT was a rear facing non-functional hood scoop, 16 spoke alloy wheels (many chose the optional 3 or 6 spoke cast aluminum TRX wheels), and a now 4-barrel Holley 600cfm carburetor, 5.0L V8 engine delivering 175hp. Later in the year a $250 higher Turbo GT was offered with a 2.3L, electronic fuel injected Turbo 4-cycle engine. GT standard upgrade equipment included the 1983 standard new black grille, body-colored headlamp trim, aerodynamic front skirts, rear spoiler, and performance suspension and handling.
1983 was the first of 4 years for the Predator designed by Tom Soloman who helped with the original Shelby and Cobra Mustangs. They featured a Cobra air cleaner, Monte Carlo bar, roll cage, wood shifter knob, Shelby 8 spoke wheels with spinners, SVO suspension, hood scoop, hood pins, and G.T.350, G.T.302, or G.T.302H graphics. 8 cars were modified in 1983 with more over the next 3 years. More information and the Predator image is from graphic-express.com.
Predator
1984
The 1984 Mustang GT used the previous year's more popular 175hp, 5.0L, V8 and optional 2.3L, electronic fuel injected Turbo 4-cycle engine; came with hood stripes and decals, and functional front air dam with integrated fog lamps.
Mustang GT

20th Anniversary GT
Ford produced a quantity of 934 20th Anniversary GTs in 1984. They were all painted Oxford White and have red interiors. They have the GT350 stripes on their rocker panels. You could get either the W-code 2.3L 4-cylinder turbo or the M-code 5.0L V8. Ford did not get Shelby's permission to use the "GT350" name and lost a suit with Shelby.
The all new 1984 Mustang SVO came with an air-to-air intercooled, turbocharged, 175hp (at 4400rpm), 2.3 liter, electronic fuel injected, inline 4-cylinder. The Ford Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) group was started on the 1980 Mustangs to to help interested race car drivers build up competition versions of the Mustang, create a kits of bolt-on parts that could be purchased by average Mustang owners to modify their street cars, and create a series of specialty GT racing cars. The 1984 SVO Mustang was the first car to do the later.
Mustang SVO

Saleen Mustang
New to 1984 was the Saleen Mustang where Steve Saleen took a stock Mustang GT and added his own suspension, brake, and body modifications. The engines remained stock. In 1984 he only modified three Mustangs - all hatchback GTs. They wore big 215/60 tires on 15x7 inch rims. They had custom front air dams, covered headlights, side skirts, and big decklid spoilers. The first ones only cost an additional $4,526 to the sticker price of the stock Mustang GT. Factory created Saleens (for all years) are serialized. They have their unique Saleen serial number on the driver's side front bumper, on a dash plaque on the center console, and on an under-hood plate riveted to the fender or firewall. See our 1984 Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
1984 was the 2nd year for the Predator modified by Tom Soloman and sold by specific dealers they featured a Cobra air cleaner, Monte Carlo bar, roll cage, wood shifter knob, Shelby 8 spoke wheels with spinners, SVO suspension, hood scoop, hood pins, G.T.302 or G.T.302 R graphics, and more. The Preditor Cobra version was also available. They had the Cobra package and Cobra on the valve covers. Around 130 cars were modified in 1984. More information can be found at graphic-express.com.
Predator
1985
The 1985 GT Mustang came standard with an improved 5.0L, high output V8 engine putting out 210hp, 35hp over the previous year with a combination of stainless headers, low-friction roller tappets, high performance camshaft, and a more efficient accessory drive system controlling power to the air conditioner, power steering and alternator. The automatic transmission upgrade reduced the power back to 175hp by using the previous year's engine setup. This was the last year for the 4-cycle 2.3L Turbo engine upgrade which put out 145hp but better gas mileage. New to 1985 was the 10-spoke alloy wheel, lighter charcoal cloth interiors, charcoal body side molding with an embossed GT near the rear wheel, and a single lower half opened front grille with the Ford emblem just above.
Mustang GT

SVO Mustang
The SVO Turbo Mustang started the 1985 model year with the previous year's air-to-air intercooled, turbocharged, 175hp (at 4400rpm), 2.3 liter, electronic fuel injected, inline 4-cylinder. Mid year this changed to a 205hp version by incorporating some of the GT improvements as well as reworked turbo elements. The 1985 SVO continued to have the charcoal front and rear bumper moldings, double split rear spoiler, single hole grille, and single offset integrated hood scoop. Some of the new changes to the 1985 GT made it look more like the SVO.
The 1985 Saleen Mustang started with the 1985, 210hp, manual, Mustang GT and added aerodynamic body skirts, sport wheels, leather wrapped short throw shifter, 170mph speedometer, Racecraft suspension, and Saleen graphics. Modifications over the 1984 version included, bigger 225/60 tires, metallic brake pads, and a smoother decklid spoiler. See our 1985 Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
Saleen Mustang

Twister II Special
Offered in two shades of red (Jalapena Red and Canyon Red) as well as white and silver, the 1985 Twister II Special Mustang sported black side stripes and Twister II lettering as well as a black striped hood. The Twister was only offered in the Kansas area and could be ordered with on any GT (convertible or hatchback) with any GT options. The Twister was first offered in 1970 but only came on the Mach 1 in Grabber orange, and in 2008 as an aftermarket Grabber Orange GT upgrade; but both in the Kansas area only. 76 hatchbacks and 14 convertibles were sold as Twister II Specials.
1985 was the 3rd year for the Predator modified by Tom Soloman. The Predator featured a Cobra air cleaner, Monte Carlo bar, roll cage, wood shifter knob, 4 spoke Enki wheels, SVO suspension, fiberglass hood, hood scoop, hood pins, LeMans stripes, G.T.302 or G.T.302 R graphics, and more. About 140 cars were modified in 1985. More information and this 1983 Predator photo is from graphic-express.com.
Predator
1986
The 1986 Mustang GT have carry-overs from 1985 such as a hood stripe with GT lettering, GT embossed in the bodyside molding, rear spoiler, 10 spoke alloy wheels. The GT hood lettering and rear spoiler could be deleted. New to 1986 was a more fuel efficient 5.0L V8 high output V8 engine which put out 200hp, true dual exhaust with dual mufflers and catalytic converters, 8.8 inch Traction-Lok rear axle.
Mustang GT

Mustang Turbo SVO
The 1986 Mustang SVO came with the later 1985 model year 2.3L turbo 4-cylinder engine rated at 200hp. The exterior style remained the same with the offset hood scoop, hood design that extended into the grille area, 10 slot wheel covers, color-keyed bodyside molding with charcoal front and rear bumper molding, and double rear spoiler. 1986 was the last year for the SVO Turbo Mustang.
The 1986 Saleen Mustang received a few new items: 16-inch wheels, newly styled front air dam and decklid spoiler, Hurst shifter, new there spoke steering wheel, GT bucket seats, Koni adjustable rear shocks, Kenwood stereo, and a left foot dead pedal. Mostly Mustang LX hatchbacks were converted, but eleven LX convertibles also received the Saleen conversion. See our 1986 Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
Saleen Mustang

Predator
1986 was the last year for the Predator modified by Solomon America and sold at several Ford dealers. They featured a Cobra air cleaner, Monte Carlo bar, roll cage, wood shifter knob, 4 spoke Enki wheels, SVO suspension, fiberglass hood, hood scoop, hood pins, side stripes, and G.T.302 graphics. Only about 20 cars were modified in 1986. More information and this 1983 Predator image is from graphic-express.com.
1987

Mustang GT
The 1987 Mustang GT design benefited from the new flush mounted headlamps, front fascia, a return of bodyside skirts, and smooth rear quarter windows which extend over the previous year's fixed louvers. Only two engines were available for the 1987 Mustang: a 90hp 2.3L inline-4-cylinder for the standard Mustang LX, and a 225hp 5.0L V8 for the Mustang GT. New 1987 options include t-tops and turbine wheels.
The 1987 Saleen Mustang was converted from the newly redesigned Ford Mustang base level LX hatchbacks and convertible. The new Saleen exterior features were the rear decklid spoiler and front valance. Performance changes included four wheel disc brakes, five lug SVO rotors, heavy duty master cylinder, 8-inch wide rear tires, and an optional 3.55 rear for quick acceleration. See our 1987 Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
Saleen Mustang

ACS McLaren
New to 1987 is the ACS McLaren convertible. Between 1987 and 1990 ASC McLaren took Mustang coupes and converted them into two-seat convertibles. Other customized items include body panels, custom paint, hood vents, aftermarket wheels, and black ostrich leather seats. 497 were built in 1987. In 1980 McLaren built a series of M81 Mustangs with Ford Racing.
1988
The 1988 Mustang GT came standard with the 225hp 5.0L High Output V8 engine, performance progressive rate springs, front and rear stabilizing bars, MacPherson front struts, Quadra-shocks in the rear, turbine wheels, performance tires, lower body skirts, closed grille, and upgraded interior.
Mustang GT

Saleen Mustang
The 1988 Saleen Mustang Saleen Mustang saw minor changes from 1987; Monroe shock absorbers, Pioneer sound system, and a Saleen 170 speedo/tach. The radar detector was no longer standard equipment. All Saleens were converted from hatchback LX, coupe LX, or convertible LX Mustang models. They all had factory 5.0L V8 engines, five-speed manual transmission, 3.08 or 3.55 rear, and 225/60VR-15 tires. See our 1988 Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
The 1988 ACS McLaren convertible customized from a door coupe continued into its second year of production with aerodynamic body panels, custom exterior paint, plain solid grille, wire looking wheels, and custom interior. No back seats in these cars. 1015 were built in 1988.
ACS McLaren

US Mustang
The 1988 US Mustang offered by Don Hiller and Gene Fercodini of U.S. Mustang for Ford Mustang's 25th anniversary.. To get one of these cars you had to buy a non-metallic, single colored Mustang GT from Lombard Ford of Winstead Connecticut and then ask for the optional $3,495 U.S. Mustang Trim & Performance package. This package included the gold over-the-top stripes, gold body side molding trim inserts, custom gold anodized wheels(incorrect wheels shown in example), U.S. Mustang front fender emblems, four wheel disc breaks, 3.73:1 traction-loc rear axle (standard offerings were 2.73:1 and 3.08:1), 5 speed transmission, and the SVO 140 mph speedometer.
1989

Mustang GT
The 1989 Mustang GT continued to look like the last several years of Mustang GT's back to 1987 with its aerodynamic front, side, and rear skirts; solid grille with center Ford emblem, 10 spoke turbine wheels, and 225hp, 5.0L, high output, V8 engine. New to 1989 was the cheese grater rear tail lights which was a body-color-matched cover over the rear lights with 6 slits.
Starting in mid-April and running through the late 1990 model year, Ford placed 25th anniversary, tri-bar pony badges on the passenger side dash of all LX and GT Mustangs. It certainly was not a limited edition run of cars, but we feel it does deserve mentioning in the special model section of the 1989 Mustang.
25th Anniversary Mustang

Saleen Mustang
The 1989 Saleen Mustang received a new new rocker panel striping design and a new SSC hatchback model. Standard equipment included a top-shelf Pioneer KEH 6050 AM/FM cassette & BP 850 graphic equalizer audio system, 225/50VR-16 General XP-200V tires, Monroe stocks, Saleen style aerodynamic body kit, 170mph speedometer, Hurst shifter, articulated FloFit sport seats, and a special Momo steering wheel. For the new SSC, a tweaked version of the E-code 5.0L was installed. It put out 292hp with a 65mm throttle body, new intake plenum, larger cylinder head ports, wider rocker arm ratios, HD cooling system stainless tubular headers, and Walker Dynomax mufflers. All the SSCs were painted white with gray/white interiors. See our 1989 Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
The 1989 ACS McLaren offered conversions of coupes into into 2-seat convertibles with aerodynamic body panels, custom wheels, custom leather interior, tinted rear lights, and an emblem-less front grille. 247 ASC McLaren Mustang convertibles were built in 1989.
ACS McLaren
1990
The 1990 Mustang GT came standard with 16 spoke sport wheels, color matched body-side moldings, solid front grille, and 225hp 5.0L high-output V8 engine. Performance upgrades included stainless steel exhaust and headers, 10.84 inch front brakes, progressive springs, 1.3 inch front anti-sway bar, 0.83 inch rear anti-sway bar, performance struts and shocks, and 15 x 7 inch wheels with performance P225/60VR-15 Goodyear tires.
Mustang GT

Spring Feature 25th Anniversary 7-up Convertible
In 1990, 4103 of these Deep Emerald Green Mustang convertibles where made with white interiors, color match side molding (standard after 1992), 16-spoke wheels from the GT, the larger E-code V8 engine, and 25th anniversary commemorative badges. Sometimes called a Spring Feature Car because of its late 1990 model year introduction, or a 7-Up 25th Anniversary LX convertible Mustang because 30 of these were to be given away by the 7-UP Bottling Company as a promotional item. These cars actually started life at the Ford factory as coupes! They were converted to convertibles. The work was done by Car & Concepts in St. Louis, Missouri. The 7-Up contest never materialized.
All Mustangs (LX or GT in all body styles) manufactured from mid-April 1989 to late 1990 production became 25th Anniversary Mustang models with the addition of a a 25th Anniversary dash badge. This includes some 1989 and most 1990 Mustangs. The badge is a tri-bar pony with the words "25 Years" on the passenger side dash. Since not all 1989 and 1990 Mustangs received this dash badge, we are are listing it here in the special model section.
25th Anniversary Mustang

Saleen Mustang
The 1990 Saleen Mustang continued to be produced from Mustang LX coupes, hatchbacks, and convertibles. You could also get the higher performing SC (formally called SCC) hatchback as well. Suspension saw some upgrades over the previous year including; Racecraft suspension system and Monroe Formula GP shocks. The 3.55 rear continued to be an option but the customer could special request an automatic transmission or sunroof. See our 1990 Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
Only 12, 1990 Deep Emerald Green 7-Up Mustangs were converted to Saleens. These Saleen 7up Anniversary Mustangs actually started life at the ford factory as coupes even though their model code is still P44 for Mustang LX convertible.
Saleen 7up Mustang

ASC McLaren
1990 was the last year of the ASC McLaren modified Mustang convertible. ACS McLaren had been modifying Mustang coupes into two-seat convertibles since 1980 and introduced a large quantity of production models starting in 1987. Modifications included manual convertible tops, custom wheels, darkened tail lights, emblem-less front grille, custom leather seats and door trim, and custom dash and center console. 63 standard ACS McLaren convertibles were built, plus two 25th Silver Anniversary Editions (one shown here).
1991
The 1991 Mustang GT received the same new 5 spoke, 16 inch, aluminum wheels as the 1991 5.0 LX. These wheels were so popular, that many older owners of Mustangs, bought them. The GT and LX convertible also received the new convertible top which when opened, fit more flush with the body. Specific for the 1991 GT was the 1990 GT carryover items such as solid grille with center mounted Ford emblem; front, side and rear aerodynamic body skirts with integrated fog lamps; and 225hp, 5.0L, High Output, V8 engine.
Mustang GT

Saleen Mustang
The 1991 Saleen Mustang received a Racecraft suspension system, Pioneer AM/FM cassette stereo with 6 speakers, American Racing 16 inch rims with 225/50ZR-16 XP-2000Z tires, Saleen aerodynamic body kit, 170 mph speedometer, leather-covered shift knob, Hurst quick-ratio shifter, sport seats, and a Saleen Mustang drivers jacket. The Racecraft suspension included variable rate coil springs, Monroe Formula GP gas shocks, custom strut bearings, and urethane sway bar. See our 1991 Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
1992
The 1992 GT shared the same outside looks at the 1991 Mustang GT with its solid grille with center ford emblem; 16 inch 5 spoke cast aluminum wheels; and aerodynamic front, side and rear skirt panels. Under the hood, the 1992 Mustang GT received the 205hp, 5.0L, High Output, V8 engine. The 1992 Mustang convertible GT was the first Mustang with a base model price over $20,000.
Mustang GT

Saleen
There were only 17, 1992 Saleen Mustangs built. New for 1992 were Recaro racing seats and 17-inch wheels. Standard equipment in the Saleen conversions continued to be brake, shocks, springs, special strut bearings, urethane sway bar pivot bushings, 170mph speedometer, Hurst shifter, and a body kit. Out was the SC performance model, but you could get a Vortech supercharger installed. All conversions took place at their Long Beach, California facility. See our 1992 Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
There where 2193 Special Limited Edition "Feature" or "Summer Special" LX 5.0L convertibles produced in mid 1992. They were all painted Vibrant Red with a white interior and top combination. These cars had special rear decklid spoilers; color keyed side moldings, mirrors, door and window trim; and white wheels. The Superior Wheel Company in Kansas created these wheels for the Feature car by applying baked-on opal pearlescent paint over silver. The interior featured white leather seats with black piping, black carpet, an ebony dash, and a black Lori cloth headliner. The "Feature" option was an additional $850 over the base LX price. The VIN numbers of these cars were not sequential but started the same with 1FACP44E*NF (so far serial numbers we found are 156184 and 161282).
Limited Edition LX 5.0L Feature Car

SSP Police Package
The Special Service Package (SSP) was a factory optioned Police Car. Ford offered this package on the Mustang from 1982 through 1993. It was built upon a LX 5.0L Notchback with either the 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission. The package added; front lower radiator air deflector, remote trunk lid release, engine oil cooler, reinforced front floor pans, aircraft style radiator and heater hose clamps, single key locking system, external oil cooler (automatic transmission), heater hose inlet restrictor, heavy duty front bucket seats, underhood sound absorber delete, full size spare tire, certified 0-160mph speedometer, P215/65R15 95V BSW all-season performance Goodyear Eagle GT tires, and 15x7" 10-hole cast aluminum wheels.
1993
The 1993 Mustang GT came with the big 5.0L HO V8 engine, air conditioning, a cargo tie down net, floor mats, and optional two-tone paint. The 1993 Mustang only came in the hatchback and convertible body styles. It did not come in the notchback body style. Compared to the base level LX, the Mustang GT front upper grille was closed, fog lamps installed under the front bumper, side scoops, and Mustang GT embossed into the rocker panels.
GT Options Package

Cobra
1993 saw the introduction of the Mustang Cobra built by Ford's Special Vehicle team (SVT). The SVT Cobra had a modified body panels, better handling, and 235 horsepower. The front grille is similar to the GT, but the top has an opening with a horse emblem and the lower has removed side scoops. The rear was a one piece design with exhaust cutouts and a special trunk lid spoiler. A special Cobra R model was built for racing in 1993. See our 1993 SVT Cobra Data Explorer for more information.
Only 107 Limited Edition SVT Cobra R Mustangs where built in 1993. They were all Vibrant Red hatchbacks. They were stripped of their rear seats, air conditioning, and sound systems. This made them lighter for racing. They had suspension upgrades and 3-spoke special wheels to be used on the 1994 Mustang GT. See our 1993 SVT Cobra Data Explorer for more information.
Cobra R

Saleen
In 1993, Saleen Autosport continued to modify Mustang LX models directly from the Ford Dearborn plant as instructed by Ford Dealers. The number of conversions were up over 1992. There were a couple of special models too. The SC returned with the higher output normally aspirated 5.0L engine. A few Vortech supercharged SA-10 models were created to commemorate Saleen's 10th year of Mustang conversions. Each SA-10 was painted black with yellow accents. See our 1993 Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
There where 3003 Special Limited Edition "Feature" LX 5.0L convertibles produced in 1993. A quantity of 1503 were painted exclusive Canary Yellow with either a black or white interior and top combination and chrome wheels. Another 1500 were painted Vibrant White with a white interior and top combination and white wheels. These cars had rear decklid spoilers and 16-inch 5-spoke Pony wheels. The front seat headrests and floor mats have a Pony embroidered on them.
Limited Edition LX 5.0L Feature Car

SSP Police Package
The Special Service Package (SSP) was a factory optioned Police Car. Ford offered this package on the Mustang from 1982 through 1993. It was built upon a LX 5.0L Notchback with either the 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission. The package added; certified calibrated 0 to 160 mph speedometer, front lower radiator air deflector, engine oil cooler, reinforced front floor pans, aircraft-type radiator and heater hose clamps, automatic transmission oil cooler, heater hose inlet restrictor, full-size spare tire, P216/65R15 all season Goodyear Eagle GT tires, 15x7" 10-hole cast aluminum wheels, and single key locking system.
1994


Canary Yellow or Vibrant Red Mustang GT
The only way to get a 1994 Canary Yellow or 1994 Vibrant Red Mustang was to buy a Mustang GT. Canary Yellow and Vibrant Red were two colors reserved only for the Mustang GT coupe or Mustang GT convertible. There where two other reds available on Mustangs in 1994, but Canary Yellow was the only yellow available.
The 1994 SVT Mustang Cobra body was redesigned along with the entire 1994 Mustang bodyline. The Cobra received its own unique front fascia, round fog lamps (GT had rectangular), rear spoiler, Cobra emblems, and its own 240hp 5.0L V8 engine. The Cobra only came in Rio Red, Crystal White, and Black. See our 1994 SVT Cobra Data Explorer for more information.
SVT Mustang Cobra

Indianapolis Pace Car Cobra
The 1994 Indianapolis Pace Car Cobra was limited to 1000 convertibles and came only in Rio Red, had special graphics and the 240hp (at 5000rpm), 5.0 liter (320ci), overhead valve, Cobra V8 engine. Cobra options included power convertible top, air conditioning, power driver's seat, power windows; power door locks, power driver's side mirror, AM/FM/cassette radio with CD player, 4 wheel disc brakes, chrome 17" wheels, and Goodyear Eagle GS-C P255/45/ZR17 tires. See our 1994 SVT Cobra Data Explorer for more information.
Along with the new Mustang body design came a new line-up of 1994 Saleen Mustangs. They were converted from both V6 and GT convertibles and coupes. New to 1994 were some V6-Sport models with sported Superchargers. Also new in 1994 was the S-351 model which used a custom Saleen 351ci V8. And finally there were a few 480hp Supercharged SR models for racing. See our 1994 Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
Saleen Mustang
1995
Ford built a stripped down version of their Mustang GT in 1995. It was called the GTS. The GTS named option was only available in 1995. It continued as the 248A package through 1998. The GTS was a the powertrain of a GT with the characteristics of the Base V6 model. They came without spoilers or fog lamps. They had the same interior as the V6 except for the instruments. They did have the GT badging on the fenders and embossed into the rear bumper. A total of 6370 units were built in 1995.
GTS Options Package

Mustang GT

The 1995 Mustang GT received the 215hp 5.0L V8 engine, lower front valance integrated fog lamps, rear spoiler, roomier seats, standard anti-lock brakes, and a four-wheel disc brake system. The only way to get a 1995 Canary Yellow or 1995 Sapphire Blue Mustang was to buy a Mustang GT. Canary Yellow and Blue were two colors reserved only for the Mustang GT coupe or Mustang GT convertible. There was a Teal blue available on Mustangs in 1995, but Canary Yellow was the only yellow available
The 1995 SVT Cobra came with the 240hp (at 4800rpm), 302 cubic inch (5.0 liter), electronic fuel injected, V8 engine; a unique front fascia; Cobra emblems, and only came in black, red, or white. See our 1995 SVT Cobra Data Explorer for more information.
Mustang Cobra


SVT Cobra R
In 1995, Ford made 250 Cobra R coupes. The huge 5.8L (351 cubic inch) V8 is so big that the standard hood did not work. A special taller fiberglass hood was created. This baby was built for racing. It has a factory 20-gallon fuel cell, a engine oil cooler, and a power steering cooler. All Cobra R Mustangs were painted Crystal White with tan colored interiors. See our 1995 SVT Cobra Data Explorer for more information.
The 1995 Saleen Mustang offered two models: the S-351 and the supercharged SR. The S-351 models had their V6 and V8 engines removed and a large Saleen 351ci V8 put in its place. The 480hp Supercharged SR models were again produced for racing. Suspension modes included: progressive-rate front and rear coil springs; Racecraft shocks, and struts urethane swaybar bushings; strut tower braces, four-wheel disc five-lug brakes; and massive 18 inch wheels. Options included upgraded sound system, twin gauge pod, sports bar and tonneau for the convertible, Recaro racing seats, and 3.55 rear axle. See our 1995 Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
Saleen Mustang
1996

Mustang GT
The 1996 Mustang GT was available as a 2-door coupe or convertible. The 1996 Mustang GT received a single wing spoiler, fog lamps in the lower front valance and the new 215hp, 4.6L, single-overhead cam, V8 engine.
The 1996 SVT Cobra came with an all new engine. The hand built 4.6L 32-valve double overhead cam V8. A new, Cobra exclusive, color called Mystic was offered which color shifted from blue to purple to green and black. It was an $815 option. Other exterior colors continued to be limited to red, black, and white. See our 1996 SVT Cobra Data Explorer for more information.
SVT Cobra


Saleen Mustang
The 1996 Saleen Mustang came in four flavors. The S-281 SOHC built from the 4.6L Mustang GT provided most of the conversions. A higher output S-281 DOHC built from the 5.8L Mustang Cobra was available. An S-351 version with a large 5.8L V8. And finally a couple of 500hp supercharged 5.8L Saleen SR models were built for racing. See our 1996 Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
1997

Mustang GT
The 1997 Mustang GT came with 16 inch, star 5-spoke cast aluminum wheels (upgradeable to 17 inch 5-open-spoke aluminum wheels); upgraded axle; and the 215hp 4.6L V8 engine.
The 1997 SVT Cobra saw only a couple of changes over the 1996 model. The grille opening was enlarged and a new color, Pacific Green, was offered. Optional equipment continued to be limited to just the Preferred Equipment Package (Mach 460 sound system and leather seats) and the rear decklid spoiler. See our 1997 SVT Cobra Data Explorer for more information.
SVT Cobra


Saleen Mustang
The 1997 Saleen Mustang continued to come in four flavors. The S-281 SOHC built from the 4.6L Mustang GT, a higher output S-281 DOHC built from the 5.8L Mustang Cobra, a S-351 version with a 5.8L V8, and a few 500hp supercharged 5.8L Saleen SR models. The S-351 model could be ordered with optional wider body panels, a carbon fiber hood, and a double rear decklid spoiler. See our 1997 Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
1998
The 1998 Mustang GT came with 16 inch cast aluminum wheels, lower valance integrated fog lamps, single rear wing spoiler, racing cloth front bucket seats, leather wrapped steering wheel, optional upgraded rear axle, optional Mach 460 sound system, and the 225hp 4.6L SOHC V8 engine.
Mustang GT

GT Spring Edition
The GT Spring Edition consisted of special factory installed black hood stripes and 17-inch wheels on a GT. They came in both coupes and convertibles.
The 1998 SVT Cobra saw a few changes from 1997; yellow paint was available, a new 5-spoke wheel design was used, the under-hood tower brace was redesigned,a and there were a few interior changes. Standard equipment was ABS, sport seats, the premium sound system, power equipment, rear window defroster, AC, cruise control, floor mats, lighted visor mirrors, and key-less entry. Optional equipment was few; extra interior leather trim and a rear spoiler. See our 1998 SVT Cobra Data Explorer for more information.
SVT Cobra


Saleen Mustang
The 1998 Saleen Mustang received new rocker panel striping design and a new SSC hatchback model. Standard equipment included a top-shelf Pioneer KEH 6050 AM/FM cassette & BP 850 graphic equalizer audio system, 225/50VR-16 General XP-200V tires, Monroe stocks, Saleen style aerodynamic body kit, 170mph speedometer, Hurst shifter, articulated FloFit sport seats, special Momo steering wheel, and even a Saleen Mustang jacket to wear. See our 1998 Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
1999
The 1999 Mustang GT came with 16 inch cast aluminum wheels, lower valance integrated fog lamps, single rear wing spoiler, racing cloth front bucket seats, leather wrapped steering wheel, optional upgraded rear axle, and optional Mach 460 sound system following the GT options offered in 1998; but received the more powerful 260hp 4.6L SOHC V8 engine.
Mustang GT

SVT Cobra

The 1999 SVT Cobra saw the redesigned features of the Mustang platform. The 4.6L engine was altered to 320 horsepower. The 1999 Cobra received a new independent rear suspension. Another new 5-spoke 17-inch was introduced. Out was yellow and blue paint, but in was a green paint offering. See our 1999 SVT Cobra Data Explorer for more information.
The Limited Edition 35th Anniversary 1999 Mustang GT was released with features available on the 2001 GT. These features included the 2001 raised hood scoop, side scoops and raised rear decklid spoiler. A total of 4,628 units were built. Of these, 2318 were coupes and 2310 were convertibles. They only came in red, black, silver, or white. They can be distinguished from normal GT by the raised hood scoop and internally by looking for the "35th Anniversary" logo on the instrument panel.
35th Anniversary Limited Edition

Saleen Mustang
The 1999 Saleen Mustang came in three different models which came in either coupe or convertible body styles. The base level S-281 came with an optional supercharger for even more bang. A couple of racing Saleens were also created. This was the last year for the big engined S-351 model. See our 1999 Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
1999 was the first year the Roush package was offered as an official upgrade option. The Stage 1 and Stage 2 packaged were offered, each with side exhaust 150mph speedometer on a fully optioned Mustang GT. Stage 2 included performance suspension upgrades.
Roush Mustang

2000
The 2000 Mustang GT comes with a 260 horsepower (at 5250rpm), 281 cubic inch (4.6 liter), single overhead cam V8 engine upgrade and rear spoiler. Options only for the GT included leather bucket seats; and 17 inch, five spoke alloy rims.
Mustang GT

GT Spring Feature
Offered in the Spring of 2000 was the GT Spring Feature. It consisted of two black hood stripes with GT lettering, black Mustang bumper decal inserts, 35th Anniversary hood & side scoops, and 17x8 inch 5-spoke wheels. They where available in Performance Red, Black, Silver, Crystal White, and Zinc Yellow. 3091 Spring Editions were built.
Offered only in the Spring of 2000 was a new color - the Zinc Yellow Spring Color Mustang. The Zinc Yellow was a special paint which was offered at no extra charge. Gold was the only other close to yellow color offered in 2000. In 2001, Zinc Yellow was offered the entire year.
Zinc Yellow Spring Color Mustang

SVT Cobra R
Only 300 SVT Cobra R Mustangs were built in 2000 and all came in Performance Red. It is generally accepted that there were no standard SVT Cobras built in 2000 although we have found a 2000 Ford sales brochure for a Mustang Cobra. The Cobra R has a huge 5.4L V8 engine that puts out 395 horsepower, Canton 8-quart oil pain, McCleod aluminum flywheel, a Tremec T-56 6-speed transmission, 4 inch aluminum drive shaft, 8.8 inch short shaft 31-spline fully independent rear suspension, Brembo 4-piston calipers with 13-inch rotors, Eibach 800lb/750lb springs, Bistien shock absorbers, Borla mufflers with side exit exhaust, and Recaro seats.
The 2000 Saleen Mustang came in two models: the 285hp S-281 and the 350hp supercharged S-281 S/C. Standard equipment were Racecraft springs, Bilstein N2 shocks and struts, urethane swaybar bushings, strut tower brace, 18x9 inch wheels up front, and 18x10 inch in the rear. Options included Alcon 13-inch brake rotors, twin gauge pod, sports bar and speedster package for the convertible, Recaro racing seats, 3.55 rear, and a carbon fiber hood. See our 2000 Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
Saleen Mustang
2001
The 2001 Mustang GT received upgraded wheels, valance mounted fog lamps, rear spoiler, interior upgrades, and 260hp 4.6L V8 engine.
Mustang GT

Mustang Bullitt
The 2001 Bullitt optioned Mustang was based on the 1968 fastback driven by Steve McQueen in the detective movie Bullitt. Bullitt modifications include unique side scoops, 17-inch American Racing aluminum wheels, a lowered suspension, modified C-pillars, special quarter panel molding, rocker panel moldings, brushed aluminum fuel cap door, special Bullitt badging, polished-rolled tailpipe, and came in Dark Highland Green and True Blue and Black. The original 1968 used in the movie was Dark Highland Green. The movie's director called for speeds of 75 to 80 mph, but the cars (including the ones containing the cameras) reached speeds of over 110 mph on surface streets. Filming of the chase scene took three weeks, resulting in 9 minutes and 42 seconds of film. During the chase scene, the Charger loses six hubcaps and has different ones missing at different times. The production company was denied permission to film on the Golden Gate Bridge.
The 2001 SVT Cobra Mustang came with a special Cobra 320hp (at 6000rpm), 281 cubic inch, 4.6 liter, electronic fuel injected, double overhead cam, V8. The 2001 Cobra came in 8 of the standard 2001 Mustang colors(not green, silver, or white), sport seats, power equipment group, rear spoiler, polished wheels, and Cobra letters embossed on the rear bumper.
SVT Cobra

Saleen Mustang
The Cobra conversion was added back to the Saleen line-up for 2001. The Cobra conversion offered the DOHC and a few styling upgrades from the standard Saleen. The S-281 S/C model carried a new Roots-type blower for its supercharger. This added another 15 horsepower over the the 2000 version. The Standard S-281 Saleen coupe started at $32,099, while the Cobra version started at $41,600. A race version (SR) model was offered for a mere $158,000. See our 2001 Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
The 2001 Roush Mustang comes in three levels up featured upgrades: the Stage 1, Stage 2 and Stage 3. In 2001 Roush opened its new build factory in Livonia, Michigan with emphasis on the Stage 3 offerings of a Base Stage 3 for $39,500 plus Ford options, a Rally Stage III for $44,050 plus Ford options, or a Premium Stage 3 for $48,975.
Roush Mustang
2002

Mustang GT
The 2002 Mustang GT had the 4.6 liter, single overhead cam, V8 engine rated at 260hp (at 5250rpm). Just as the V6, the GT came standard with a rear spoiler and non-functional side scoops. Standard on the GT premium package was the anti-lock braking system with traction control and Mach 460 AM/FM stereo radio with cassette and in-dash 6-disc CD changer. Leather seats and four-speed automatic overdrive was an option.
Limited to 100 and all shipped to Australia the 2002 SVT Cobra Mustang came with a special Cobra 320hp (at 6000rpm), 281 cubic inch, 4.6 liter, electronic fuel injected, double overhead cam, V8. Just as in 2001 the 2002 Cobra came in 8 of the standard 2001 Mustang colors(not green, silver, or white), sport seats, power equipment group, rear spoiler, polished wheels, and Cobra letters embossed on the rear bumper.
SVT Cobra

Saleen Mustang
The 2002 Saleen continued to come in three flavors even though the Cobra model conversion was not available. A new "S-281 E" was released. The "E" stood for Extreme. The "E" model engine put out 425hp thanks to a Series V twin-screw supercharger, aluminum heads and pistons, and 2.5 inch exhausts. See our 2002 Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
2003

GT Options Package
The GT was a performance and trim upgrade to the base Mustang. It was offered in both the coupe and convertible body styles. The engine was upgraded to a 4.6L SOHC V8. Hood scoops and a rear decklid are standard equipment on a GT. Fog lights are installed under the front bumper in the corners.
2003 saw the return of the Mach-1 special model Mustang. A quantity of 9,652 Mach-1 Mustang coupes were produced in 2003. It had a special 4.6L engine which used heads from the SVT and a DOHC cam from Ford's 5.4L Triton V8. This boosted horsepower from the stock 4.6L V8 in the GT from 260hp to 305hp and torque from 302ft-lb to 320ft-lb. The Mach-1 also had a distinct stripe and trim package. Azure Blue was exclusive exclusive exterior color for the 2003 Mach 1 although it also came in Oxford White, Zinc Yellow, Dark Shadow Gray, Black, and Torch Red.
Mach-1

100th Anniversary
With the 100th year celebration, Ford created a set of Centennial Edition vehicles. They were all painted black with Premium Verona-grain Imola leather seating surfaces in two-tone parchment and 100th Anniversary deck lid and side badges. In addition, the owner received a commemorative key chain and watch, and a copy of the book, "The Ford Century." The Mustang Centennial coupe and convertible were optioned with 17-inch premium alloy wheels, anti-lock brakes and traction control, dual exhaust, power driver's seat with power lumbar support, leather-wrapped steering wheel, and Mach 460 AM/FM Stereo with six-disc CD changer. 717 coupes and 1323 convertible Centennial Mustangs rolled off Ford's assembly lines in 2003.
The 2003 SVT Cobra was offered in both the convertible and coupe body styles. Besides a host of trim modifications the engine consists of a hand-built 4.6L DOHC Supercharged V8. This engine is a monster with 390 horsepower and 390 foot-pounds of torque. The 2003 Cobra was code named the "Terminator" by the SVT group. It is said that this model Terminates any competition between the Cobra and the General Motor's Trans Am and Camaro models.
SVT Cobra

SVT Cobra 10th Anniversary
2003 was the 10th year the SVT Cobra was offered. This event was commemorated with the release of the Limited Edition 2003 10th Anniversary SVT Cobra. The limited edition modifications over the normal Cobra included: carbon fiber patterned leather on the top of the steering wheel, carbon fiber leather on the shifter and hand brake, red window switch bezels, red seats inserts, red painted brake calipers all the way around, and big 17x9 inch 10th Anniversary wheels.
There were five Saleen models available in 2003. You could get the base level S-281, the supercharged S-281 S/C, the engine tweaked S-281 E, the S-281 supercharged Cobra conversion, and the anniversary SA-20 convertible. The S-281 S/C horsepower was increased 10 hp thanks to the addition of a new Lysholm screw-type supercharger. The S-281 E's horse power was increased another 20 hp by switching to a larger throttle body and a smaller supercharger pulley. The anniversary SA-20 models where all white convertibles. See our 2003 Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
Saleen Mustang

Steeda Mustang
In 2003 there were Steeda Mustangs produced at the Steeda Autosports facility. Steeda modifications included a Vortech V-2 supercharger, dual fuel pumps, and a large 800mm mass air flow sensor. For suspension they added Sport springs, adjustable rear swaybar, and an alloy strut tower brace. Match that up with a Cobra R cowl induction hood and a functional rear decklid spoiler and you were all ready for the track.
2004

GT Options Package
The 2004 Mustang GT came in two options packages: the Deluxe and the Premium. Both packages standard items include: 4.6 liter V8 engine; dual exhaust; fog lamps under the bumper; side scoops; rear spoiler; 17 inch wheels, and power adjusted 6-way drivers seat. The GT Deluxe package comes with the standard stereo and cloth seats while the GT Premium package comes with the leather seats and the Mach 460 audio system.
The 2004 Mach 1 standard features included: an exclusive 305 horsepower DOHC 4.6L V8 engine, dual exhaust, special suspension tuning and lower ride height, 17-inch aluminum wheels, a shaker hood scoop, and black over the top stripes and rocker stripes. The Mach-1 could be ordered in Azure Blue, a Mach-1 only paint color; or Competition Orange, Oxford White, Screaming Yellow, Dark Shadow Gray, Black, and Torch Red.
Mach 1

SVT Cobra
The 2004 SVT Cobra came in both the coupe and convertible body styles. Features included: the big 390 horsepower 4.6L DOHC Supercharged V8 engine, inverted dual hood scoops, a unique front bumper, lowered spoiler, 6-speed manual transmission (only), and unique 17-inch chrome aluminum wheels. The Mystichrome paint was also available on the 2004 Cobra model only.
All 2004 Mustangs came with the 40th Anniversary badges on their fenders. There was also a 40th Anniversary trim package which could be applied to the V6 or GT models. But only in the paint colors of Crimson Red, Black, or Oxford White. Additional 40th Anniversary Package features include: Arizona Beige (silver) dual hood and trunk stripes; matching rocker stripes; upgraded wheels; and a deluxe parchment interior with painted center console surrounds, metallic gray shifter bezel and door lock knobs, shift boot trim, and brushed aluminum pedals. The Crimson Red paint was exclusive to the 40th Anniversary Package.
40th Anniversary Trim Package

Saleen
The 2004 Saleen conversions came in four flavors and two body styles. You could get the base S-281 Saleen with the 290hp SOHC engine, the S-281 S/C supercharged version on the GT, a supercharged cobra conversion, and the ultimate S-281 E Extreme with the 425hp engine. The came in all the same colors as the Mustang and sported the Saleen Body kits, suspension upgrades, interior accents, and engine modifications. See our 2004 Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
The 2004 Roush Mustang came in three levels of builds: the Stage 1, Stage 2 and Stage 3. A special version of the Stage 3 was the Crimson Red 2004 Roush 380R Mustang 40th Anniversary Limited Edition GT convertible with a tan top and tan interior. Under the hood is a supercharged 4.6 liter SOHC with intercooler that pumps out 379hp at 5250 rpm and 380ft-lbs of torque at 3000rpm.
Roush Mustang
2005

GT Options Package
The 2005 Mustang GT came in two options packages: the Deluxe and the Premium. Both packages standard items include: 4.6 liter, over-head cam, 3 valve, V8 engine; stainless steel dual exhaust; TR3650 5-speed manual transmission; fog lamps; rear spoiler; performance tires; 17 inch premium painted cast aluminum wheels, and power adjusted 6-way drivers seat with power lumbar. The GT Deluxe package comes with the standard stereo and cloth seats while the GT Premium package comes with the Shaker 500 audio system and leather seats.
The San Diego Special Mustang was limited to 200 V6 Mustangs featuring Lemans over-the-top stripes, rear spoiler, upgraded exhaust with chrome tips, chrome spinner wheels, 500W Shaker stereo, interior upgrade package (aluminum dash trim, shift knob, door handles, and door sils), My Color gauges, and SDS interior and exterior badges. In 2006 this model's name was changed to the Southern California Special. And then in 2007 changed to a GT and called the California Special.
San Diego Special

Yankees Mustang Limited Edition
Ford Motor company created this Yankees Mustang Limited Edition. 60 of these units were produced (all white and all convertibles). One was given to each of the 62 Ford Tri-State Dealers in the New York area. Did these cars help the Yankees in their 103rd baseball season in 2005? The team finished with a record of 95-67 finishing in a division tie with the Boston Red Sox. They then went on to loose to the Los Angeles Angels in the play-offs.
The 2005 Saleen conversions were done on the new body style Mustang GTs. You could get the base S-281 model, the S-281 S/C supercharged version, and the S-281 E "Extreme" model. The first two could be ordered in the coupe or convertible body styles. The Extreme model only came in the coupe. They came standard with the Saleen Quick Ratio 5-speed manual transmission. A 5-speed automatic was optional. Suspension included MacPerson strut, 1.38 inch front and 0.79 inch rear stabilizer bars, urethane pivot bushings, and a live rear axle.
Saleen

Mustang Roush
Roush Performance Products offered both performance parts and turn-key Mustang conversions. They had the Stage 1, Stage 2, and Stage 3 turn-key models for 2005. Stage 1 for just an appearance package. Stage 2 adds a suspension upgrade. Stage 3 added performance - a supercharger!
Steeda Autosports offered both performance parts and turn-key cars for the 2005 Mustang model year. Modifications included: unique hood, air dam, and spoiler; bigger diameter Steeda wheel; Billet aluminum throughout; suspension changes; and engine performance upgrades. Models included the V6, GT, and Q.
Mustang Steeda
2006
The 2006 Mustang GT came with a 300hp 4.6L V8 engine, anti-lock brakes, dual exhausts, fog lamps in the grille, rear decklid spoiler, 17-inch wheels, and a 6-way power adjustable driver's seat. The GT can be upgraded to the Deluxe option which includes the Shaker 500 Audio system and a seat upgrade.
GT Options Package

Shelby GT-H
The Shelby GT Hertz is back in 2006. Like the original GT-350H from 1966, this GT-H features black and gold paint and they were only available new to the Hertz car rental agency. Other styling upgrades included side scoops, custom wheels, billet style grille, custom lower grille splitters, custom hood with vents. Only 500 of these cars where produced in 2006. Shelby Motors in Las Vegas took the stock 4.6L 3V V8 from the GT coupe and added an extra 25hp and 10lb-ft of torque.
The 2006 Southern California Special was limited to 600 V6 Mustangs and included 9" silver racing stripes, chrome exhaust tips, Pony package (with 17 inch painted aluminum wheels, GT rear wing spoiler, fog lamps, ABS/Traction control, GT shocks, swaybar, and steering gear), special California edition "gas cap" badge, interior upgrade package (My Color Dash illumination, Chrome trim accents), power driver's seat, and Shaker 500 audio system. In 2005 a similar special model was called the San Diego Special, and starting in 2007 changed to a GT modification called the California Special.
Southern California Special

Stampede Edition
The 2006 Stampede Edition of the V6 Premium Coupe with the Pony Package (17-inch painted aluminum wheels, grille-mounted fog lamps, and spoiler), chrome exhaust tip, dual over the top silver racing stripes, Pony spinner wheel caps, a Stampede gas cap, and an engraved serial numbered plaque on the dash. They could be ordered with an automatic or manual transmission. You could choose between Redfire, Vista Blue, Black or Tungsten Gray. Only 500 units were built. This was a factory Ford regional special only for the dealerships in Oklahoma and Texas.
The 2006 Saleen comes in two body styles and three flavors. You can get the coupe and convertible in an S-281, S-281SC Supercharged, and the S-281E Extreme. New for 2006 is the optional Scenic Roof option which gives you an entire roof of glass.
Saleen

Mustang Roush
Roush Performance Products offered both performance parts and turn-key Mustang conversions. Three upgrade packages are the Stage 1, Stage 2, and Stage 3. The Stage 3 offers 415hp and 385 lb-ft of torque in its intercooled ROUSHcharged and tuned 4.6L, 3-valve V8 engine. Also offered is the seven piece body kit, suspension upgrades, 18 inch wheels, custom leather interior, and Roush gauges just to name a few.
Steeda Autosports offered both performance parts and turn-key cars for the 2006 Mustang model year. Modifications included: custom hood, air dam, and spoiler; Steeda wheels; suspension improvements; and engine performance upgrades. Models included the V6, GT, Q 350, and Q 525. The Q 525 has 500hp at 5400rpm with its Steeda/Magna Charger supercharger system with intercooler.
Mustang Steeda
2007

GT Options Package
The 2007 Mustang GT has two options packages: the deluxe and premium. Both packages include the 4.6 liter, over-head cam, 3 valve, V8 engine; stainless steel dual exhaust; TR3650 5-speed manual transmission; fog lamps; rear spoiler; performance tires; 17 inch premium painted cast aluminum wheels, and power adjusted 6-way drivers seat with power lumbar. The GT deluxe package comes with the standard stereo and cloth seats while the GT premium package comes with the Shaker 500 audio system and leather seats.
The 2007 Shelby Mustang has two main models: the Shelby GT-500 as a coupe or convertible, the Shelby GT package as a coupe only, and the black and gold Shelby GT-Hertz convertible. The Shelby GT-500 has a 500hp, 5.4 liter, supercharged, V8 engine; and standard equipment includes: fog lamps, over-the-top racing stripes (coupe only), GT500 side stripes, Shelby gas cap, unique aluminum hood with functional air vents, front fascia, unique rear spoiler, aluminum interior accent air registers, Shaker 500 Audio System, Sport leather seats, leather wrapped steering wheel, and an anti-theft system. Optional equipment includes ambient lighting, interior upgrade, Shaker 1000 Audio System, SIRIUS Satellite Radio, and stripe delete options. The Shelby GT is a Mustang GT premium modified to include many of the Shelby GT500 options. The Shelby GT has a Ford Racing Power Pack which increases the power of the 4.6L, V8 from 300hp and 320ft-lbs of torque to 325hp and 330ft-lbs of torque. The Shelby GT comes only in a coupe in Performance White or Black. See the Shelby Data Explorer for more information.
Mustang Shelby

Mustang GT-CS
The 2007 Mustang GT-CS California Special is a GT Premium options package which includes unique California Special contracting Dove or Parchment "GT Leather" inserts on leather sport bucket seats, CS badged floor mats, unique front fascia, larger air intake, a chin spoiler that is 1.5 inches lower than the standard GT, unique rear fascia with a race car like "defuser", side scoops, bright rolled exhaust tips, and GT-CS tape stripe.
The 2007 Mustang Saleen comes with four engine options: S281 (4.6L 335hp V8), S281SC (4.6L 465hp Supercharged V8), S281E (4.6L 550hp V8), and the Parnelli Jones (5.0L 400hp Supercharged V8). See the Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
Saleen

Mustang Roush
The 2007 Mustang Roush has several upgrade levels starting with hood scoop, spoiler, wheels, and badging in the V6 offering; to the Sport, Stage 1, Stage 2, and Stage 3 which adds upgrades all the way up to a 7 piece body kit and a 4.6L Roushcharged V8. Two popular special edition models are the 427-R and 428-R models which adds custom body panels, graphics, wheels, interior and accents. The 428-R engine starts with the Mustang H-code 300hp, 320ft-lb torque, 4.6L, V8: and adds a chrome powder coated Roushcharger; Billet radiator, oil, intercooler, and strut tower cap; and a performance exhaust system to raise the horsepower to 435 and 400 lb-ft of torque
The 2007 Mustang "Foose Stallion" is offered as a coupe or convertible. Foose designed the body with a Foose custom wheels, modified hood, side molding, revised grille, fascias, custom side marker lights, side 'C' pillar scoops, and a rear aerodynamic spoiler. The interior comes with Foose embroidered leather sport seats and Foose custom instrument gauge faces.
Mustang Foose Stallion

Boss Shinoda
Team Shinoda builds a whole set of Boss Shinodas for 2007 in both coupes and convertibles. They have the 429, Legacy, Level 1, Level 2-S, Level 2-T, Level 2-FR, and the Level 3. The packages contain different body kits, interior trim, wheels, and badging.
The AJ Foyt Coyote Edition is built by custom car builder Heritage Customs out of Arlington, Texas and limited to just 500 units for 2007. The Coyote Edition includes a full body kit, special 20 inch chrome F18 wheels with Toyo tires, center fog lights, and a chrome billet fuel door. Optional Coyote options include a suspension upgrade, 4.10 gears, and a supercharger!
The AJ Foyt Coyote Edition
2008

GT Options Package
The 2008 Mustang GT has two options packages: the deluxe and premium. Both packages include the 4.6 liter, over-head cam, 3 valve, V8 engine; stainless steel dual exhaust; TR3650 5-speed manual transmission; fog lamps; rear spoiler; performance tires; and 17 inch painted cast aluminum wheels. The GT deluxe package comes with the standard stereo and seats while the GT premium package comes with the Shaker 500 audio system and power adjustable leather sport bucket seats. Additional options include tire and stereo upgrades, premium 18 inch Aluminum wheels, HID headlamps, and a sport interior appearance package which includes color accents, sport steering wheel, and aluminum accents.
The 2008 Shelby Mustang has two main models: the Shelby GT-500 and the Shelby GT package. The Shelby GT-500 comes in a coupe or convertible; has a 500hp, 5.4 liter, supercharged, V8 engine; and standard equipment includes: fog lamps, over-the-top racing stripes (coupe only), GT500 side stripes, Shelby gas cap, unique aluminum hood with functional air vents, front fascia, unique rear spoiler, aluminum interior accent air registers, Shaker 500 Audio System, Sport leather seats, leather wrapped steering wheel, and an anti-theft system. Optional equipment includes ambient lighting, interior upgrade, Shaker 1000 Audio System, SIRIUS Satellite Radio, touch screen DVD based navigation, HID headlamps, and stripe delete options. The Shelby GT is a Mustang GT premium modified for about $15,000 to include many of the Shelby GT500 options. The standard Shelby GT comes in a coupe or convertible but only in Vista Blue with silver stripes, the Shelby GT-C California only in Grabber Orange with silver stripes, and the limited Shelby GT Barrett Jackson edition of 100 cars in black with red stripes. See the Shelby Data Explorer for more information.
Mustang Shelby

Mustang GT/CS
The 2008 Mustang GT/CS California Special consists of a $1,895 GT California Special options package which includes California Special side tape stripes, 18-inch polished aluminum wheels with a pony center cap and 235/50/ZR15 tires, and front floor mats with the Mustang logo. The 2008 GTCS is only available in the coupe.
The 2008 Mustang Bullitt brings back the style of the 1968 Mustang fastback used in the 1968 Steve McQueen movie Bullitt. Available in Highland Green (unique to Bullitt) or Black exterior paint, this special model includes modified 18-inch micro machined Euro-flange Bullitt wheels with a satin finish; tri-bar pony wheel caps; dark gray painted calipers; satin finish Bullitt emblems/badging; 3.5 inch stainless steel packed exhaust tips; ram air and other improvements added to the 4.6 liter, 3-valve, single-overhead cam, V8 engine; and special handling. Production will be limited to 7000 units.
Mustang Bullitt

Warriors In Pink Mustang
The 2008 Warriors In Pink Mustang (Sally) options package adds pink accents to the base V6 coupe or convertible with leather seats and automatic transmission. Pink accents include a low pink Mustang side stripe, pink ribbon behind the pony logo on the side, pink seat piping, and other pink stitching and accents. The WIP option is available with performance white, silver metallic, or black exterior paints on the coupe or convertible body styles.
The 2008 Cobra Jet is an extensive options package designed by Ford Racing added to the V6 bodyline to create a track-only race car. The options package includes the 5.4L V8 with racing upgrades and optional supercharger, racing transmission, racing wheels and tires, racing suspension and handling, roll bars, all welded body seams, and tons more available from Ford Racing. The Cobra Jet is limited to 50 cars and are all white.
Ford Racing Cobra Jet

Saleen
The 2008 Mustang Saleen comes with five engine options: S281 (4.6L 335hp V8), S281-SC (4.6L 465hp Supercharged V8), H302 (4.9L 400hp V8), H302-SC (4.9L 580hp Supercharged V8), and a S302-E (4.9L 620hp extreme supercharged V8). It also comes with standard trim, American flag trim (AF), or red flag trim (RF). See the Saleen Data Explorer for more information.
The 2008 Mustang Roush has several upgrade levels starting with hood scoop, spoiler, wheels, and badging in the V6 offering; to the Sport, Stage 1, Stage 2, and Stage 3 which adds upgrades all the way up to a 7 piece body kit and a 4.6L Roushcharged V8. Two popular special edition models are the 427-R and 428-R models which adds a 4 piece custom body, panels, graphics, wheels, interior, accents, and the 4.6L Roushcharged V8 engine. The 428-R engine starts with the Mustang H-code 300hp, 320ft-lb torque, 4.6L, V8: and adds a chrome powder coated Roushcharger; Billet radiator, oil, intercooler, and strut tower cap; and a performance exhaust system to raise the horsepower to 435 and 400 lb-ft of torque. Other Limited edition models include the 510hp P51A, the sporty Speedster, a racing suspension 427R Trak-Pak, and the midnight black only Stage 3 BlackJack.
Mustang Roush

Mustang Stinger
The 2008 Mustang Stinger starts with a Mustang GT and had Stinger factory installed Aluminum front end, side panels with side exhaust, rear quarter panels, a rear end. It also has Billet type wheels and grille and a shaker hood. Interior upgrades include an Ostrich print all leather interior, Ostrich print leather center console, and other Stinger accents.
Team Shinoda builds a whole set of Boss Shinodas for 2008. They have the 429, Legacy, Level 1, Level 2 (S, T, and FR), and Level 3. The packages contain different body kits, interior trim, wheels, and badging as well as engine and handling performance upgrades.
Boss Shinoda

Mustang Sherrod
The 2008 Mustang Sherrod has two models a GT 500 S, and a V6 300 S. The GT 500S starts with the premium Mustang GT and adds a Billet type upper and lower grille, aluminum air dam/splitter, a custom rear bumper cover with aluminum air splitter bottom to match the front, side dual exhaust, rear side quarter panel air scoops, side fender heat extractors, rear duck tail spoiler, black bullitt style wheels, shaker hood with function air scoop, and louvered C pillar window scoops. The V6 300S starts with deluxe Mustang GT and adds a lower Billet type lower grille, custom black wheels, a frond lower chin spoiler, side c-stripes, a rear duck tail spoiler, side fender heat extractors, and louvered C pillar louvered panels.
Steeda Autosports builds a series of modified Mustangs as well as aftermarket performance parts. Models include the Q350, Q450, Q650, QS6, and the Steeda Certified GT500.
Steeda

Twister Special
The 2008 Mustang GT Twister Special is built by R&A Motorsports; and only comes in Grabber Orange; and only in the Kansas City area just like the first 1970 Mach 1 Twister, Kansas City, Mustang promotion. The 2008 Twister is limited to 96 coupes and convertibles. Besides all the Twister graphics and badges, the modifications include Foose 20 inch wheels, shaker hood and hood scoop, duck wing spoiler, sequential tail lights, custom black top and rear deck panel, rear quarter window panels, and a tri-bar pony on the grille.
The AJ Foyt Coyote Edition is built by Heritage Customs and limited to 500 cars. All cars have custom body panels, custom wheels, and special Coyote badging. The modifications come in many of the standard Mustang factory colors; and many have a custom, color matched supercharger.
AJ Foyt Coyote Edition

Eleanor
The 2008 Mustang Eleanor is a special model offered by many professional body shops which use an Eleanore body kit to dress up a Mustang inspired by the modified 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1 used in the 1974 film Gone in 60 Seconds and a modified 1967 GT500 used in the 2000 remake of the film. Common Eleanor modifications include: front fascia, side scoops, body side exhaust, PIAA low center fog lamps, billet grille, a hood with a bump, over the top wide stripes, and unique wheels. The movie Eleanors were all gray with black stripes.
2009

GT Options Package
The 2009 Mustang GT has the standard and premium option package. Both include the 4.6 liter, over-head cam, 3 valve, V8 engine; stainless steel dual exhaust; TR3650 5-speed manual transmission; fog lamps; rear spoiler; performance tires; and 17-inch painted cast aluminum wheels. The GT premium package comes with the Shaker 500 audio system, Satellite Radio, and an interior upgrade including a power adjustable leather sport bucket seats. Additional options include an automatic transmission, glass roof, tire and stereo upgrades, seat upgrades, premium 18-inch Aluminum wheels, HID headlamps, a GT security system, and a Billett package.
The 2009 Shelby Mustang comes in a two models a 500hp Shelby GT500 and 540hp Shelby GT500KR. No news on the continuation of the 2008, 319hp Shelby GT. New to 2009 is the Red Stripe Appearance Package for the Performance White and Black GT-500s. Only 300 units will have the Red Stripe Package. The only documented 2009 changes are that the SIRIUS Satellite Radio is standard on all GT500s.
Mustang Shelby

Mustang GT/CS
The 2009 Mustang GT/CS California Special package is available on the Vista Blue, Performance White, Dark Candy Apple Red, Black, and Vapor Silver Mustang GTs for both the coupe and convertible body style. Previous years, the GTCS was only available in the coupe. It consists of California Special side tape stripes in black or white, special front and rear body treatment, side scoops, chrome exhaust tips, 18 inch polished aluminum wheels, and either Parchment or Dove colored seat inserts.
The 2009 Warriors In Pink Mustang (Sally) option package (54S) adds: a Billet style grille without the GT fog lamps; a pink hood and rocker stripes; charcoal leather seats, charcoal floormats, and steering wheel all trimmed in pink stitching; and a special pink ribbon and pony emblem on the front fenders.. The 2009 Warriors In Pink (WIP) limited edition Mustang is only available in Brillant Silver, Black, or Performance White on the coupe or convertible body style.
Warriors In Pink Mustang

Mustang Bullitt
The 2009 Mustang Bullitt brings back the style of the 1968 Mustang fastback used in the 1968 Steve McQueen movie Bullitt. Available in either Highland Green (unique to Bullitt) or Black exterior paint choices. Standard options on this special model include modified 18-inch micro machined Euro-flange Bullitt wheels with a satin finish; tri-bar pony wheel caps; dark gray painted calipers; satin finish Bullitt emblems/badging; 3.5 inch stainless steel packed exhaust tips; ram air and other improvements added to the 4.6 liter, 3-valve, single-overhead cam, V8 engine; and special handling.
The 2009 Roush Mustang comes in several carry-over upgrade packages and at least one new Roush Touring Coupe (RTC) limited special edition. Returning in 2009 is the Stage 3, 429R, Stage 3 Black Jack Limited Edition Mustang, and Stage 3 P-51A and Stage 3 P-51B 510hp limited edition.
Roush Mustang

Lee Iacocca Silver 45th Anniversary Edition
All standard 2009 V6 and GT Mustangs have 45th Anniversary fender badges making them essentially all Anniversary models. There is although a series of aftermarket customized coupes by California Galpin Ford, some prominent designers and metal fabricators, and Lee Iacocca called the Lee Iacocca Silver 45th Anniversary Edition Ford Mustang. Introduced in late July of 2009 they have customized sunken headlights, custom grille, a regular or supercharged 4.6L V8, custom wheels, Ford Racing suspension, custom interior, and unique silver paint. 45 cars were customized this way.
The 2009 Saleen Mustang line-up contains many models. One new addition is the 2009 Dark Horse Extreme Edition Mustang which has the new Speedlab SuperShaker option, 620hp, and all black with black accents. Other models include the 585hp Supercharged S302 and the 420hp Racecraft Supercharged 420S. Versions of the H302, S281, and S302E line are also offered.
Saleen Mustsang
2010
The 2010 Mustang GT comes standard with the 315 horsepower 4.6L V8, newly designed low profile rear decklid spoiler, and upgraded wheels. Also the outside the GT front end includes a wide lower grille, black dividers between the large round headlamps with integrated turn signals and the grille with fog lamps and black chrome pony emblem.
GT Options Package

Mustang Shelby
The 2010 Shelby Mustang has a new look just as the 2010 Mustang V6 and GT. The front fascia continues to have its body colored panel between the headlamps and upper grille but is molded as a continuation of the hood as it is bend around the grille. The interior is also redesigned with racing striped leather seats, metal dash and steering wheel trim, new instrument gauges, and white shifter knob and color matched stitching. The 2010 Shelby GT-500 has the 540hp (at 6200rpm), 5.4 liter, 4 valve, intercooled, supercharged, V8 engine with the Ford Racing Power Pack and improved Tremec Twin-disc clutch 6-speed manual transmission.
The 2010 Mustang Cobra Jet is a limited run of 50, track-only, cars that follow are all white and built on the same production line that produces the 2010 Ford Mustang production car. Building on the track-only 2008 Mustang Cobra Jet, the 2010 version has new graphics, a choice between several 5.4L supercharged or normally aspirated V8 engines, adjustable front and rear shocks, manual steering and brakes, roll cage, competition shifter, Hoosier drag radials, Weld wheels, and a rear mounted battery with cut-off switch.
Ford Racing Cobra Jet

Saleen and SMS Mustang
Two 2010 Saleen Mustangs are available: one built by Saleen Performance Vehicles (sold by Steve Saleen in 2009) and the other SMS (Steve Mark Saleen) Supercars. The 2010 SMS 460 Mustang which has the new SMS 296 supercharger on a 4.6L V8 engine giving 470hp and 427 ft-lbs of torque. The SMS 460X model has the same supercharger on a specially built 5.0L V8 resulting in 655hp and 600ft-lbs of torque. Also new to 2010 is the SMS Red Butterfly Air Induction Hood, Front and side splitters, rear fascia and diffuser with rear wing, Watt's linkage suspension, SMS brakes, SMS performance striped seats, and leather hand-stitched dash and interior panels.
The 2010 Roush Mustang continues to be offered as several performance upgrade packages. One is the 427R which include Roush Front fascia with driving lamps, front chin splitter, side rocker splitters, rear valance, rear decklid spoiler, fender badges and rear decklid emblem, front windshield banner, and 427R striping kit. Additional options include: Roush exhaust, quarter window louvers, interior upgraded seats with suede, 20 inch cast chrome wheels and tire upgrade, short throw shifter with white knob, and illuminated door sill plates.
Roush Mustang

Yankees Custom Mustang
Only one 2010 Yankees custom Mustang was built for the New York Yankees organization and auctioned off. Normally we don't put, one-of-a-kind, custom Mustangs in this section but we did in this case because 60 of these Mustangs were offered in 2005.
The 2010 Hurst Mustang Pace Car is a limited edition built by the Hurst's Performance Center in Irvine, California. 50 units were built. They are all Performance White GT convertibles with white interiors and white tops. Other features include; gold stripes, custom Hurst supercharger yielding 435hp and 400 ft-lb of torque, 20-inch polished forged aluminum wheels with gold-painted center spokes, BF Goodrich's g-Force KDW tires, an Eibach suspension components, Hurst-tuned coil-over dampers and upgraded anti-roll bars, gold Hurst shift handle, Hurst embroidered seats and floor mats, and Hurst team signatures on the trunk.
Hurst Pace Car
2011

GT Options Package
The 2011 Mustang GT comes with the new all aluminum, 5.0 liter, double overhead cam, TiVCT, V8 rated at 412 horsepower and a 5.0 fender emblem to match. A performance package adds 19 inch alloy wheels and Brembo breaks. Also new to 2011 is a host of performance and handling improvements. Just as 2010 GT, the front grille is blackened and has fog lamps.
The 2011 Boss 302R Mustang is a non-street legal or track only car, limited to 50 units, a Ford racing option available for $79K, roll cage, safety harness, data acquisition system, race suspension, special tires, and side stripes. We don't think the color shown here is the new 2011 Yellow Blaze.
Boss 302R

Shelby Mustang
The 2011 Shelby 500GT Mustang has a new 5.4L supercharged aluminum block V8, glass roof on the coupe, the new colors of Race Red and Ingot Silver, and a new SVT performance package which consists of a 3.73:1 rear axle, new 19"front - 20" rear painted forged Aluminum wheels, upgraded tires, upgraded springs and shocks, unique gear shift knob, spoiler with unique Gurney flap, and a unique set of Shelby over the top and side stripes. The Shelby 350-GT is back in 2011 in a limited special edition which includes the new Shelby front fascia, side skirts, GT350 graphics and hood scoop, solid rear quarter window panels, interior upgrades such as a t-column pods, and a supercharged version of the 2011, 5.0 liter, V8 engine with specially lettered Shelby GT350 valve covers. The 2011 Shelby GT350 celebrates the 45th anniversary of the first Shelby Mustang. The Shelby Super Snake is offered with performance upgrades including 650hp, 750hp, and 800hp versions. Other upgrades include: Ford Racing handling pack with dynamic adjustable dampers, lowering springs, tuned stabilizer bars, and front strut tower brace; Borla exhaust system; Shelby-designed Alcoa 20-inch wheels; short throw shifter; brake upgrades with cooling ducts; fiberglass hood with pins; badging; and optional two-tone interior and/or Shelby/Eibach handling pack.
The Mustang Club of America Special Edition V6 Mustang is new for 2011 and includes a dark stainless painted billet grille with tri-bar pony badge, front lower fascia mounted fog lamps, side tape stripe, decklid tape graphic, 18 x 8 inch sterling gray metallic painted aluminum wheels, premium carpeted front floor mats with embroidered pony logo, automatic headlamps, and rear decklid spoiler.
Mustang Club of America Special Edition

California Special
The 2011 California Special GT with chrome billet grille with body color surround and tri-bar offset pony badge, side stripes, lower fascia with fog lamps, 19 x 8.5 inch machined painted wheels, decklid California Special badge, door panel carbon inserts, front and rear leather seats with carbon inserts, premium carpeted front floor mats with embroidered pony logo, rear diffuser-style lower fascia, pedestal spoiler, decklid graphics, and side scoops.
50 special Mustang GT Pace Cars were built. One of which was used to actually pace the 2010 Daytona 500 race. They will be painted Race Red with race decals and special red, white and blue stripes. Modifications from the stock GT include: special Ford Racing suspension kit, strut tower brace, and mufflers; special 19-inch wheels with an Brembo brakes; and a modified front valance.built. One of which will be used to actually pace the 2010 Daytona 500 race. They will be painted Race Red with race decals and special red, white and blue stripes. Modifications from the stock GT include: special Ford Racing suspension kit, strut tower brace, and mufflers; special 19-inch wheels with an Brembo brakes; and a modified front valance.
GT Pace Car

SMS Saleen
The 2011 SMS Saleen by Steve Mark Saleen (SMS) Supercars comes in to models: a 400hp 302 4-valve V8 and a 440hp+ 302 supercharged V8. Both models come with the aerodynamic SMS body kit, custom, interior, special handling, and standard or wild exterior colors.
The 2011 Roush Mustang comes in several performance and options package levels. The Roush Sport includes the aerodynamic body kit, splitters, spoilers, billet grille, and graphics. Stage 1 adds performance wheels, tires, more graphics. Stage 2 adds upgraded handling. The RX5 adds a R2300 Roushcharger allowing the 5.0 liter V8 to put out 525 horsepower.
Roush Mustang

RTR Option Package
The dealer installed RTR option package is available on the GT and V6 Mustangs. The options package is designed by Vaughn Gittin Jr. Unique items include special front chine spoiler with splitter, side rockers, rear diffuser, aluminum rear decklid spoiler, special stripes, RTR badges inside and out, RTR floor mats, RTR 19x9.5-inch wheels, Falken FK452 performance tires, Ford Racing shocks, Ford Racing 1.5-inch lowering springs, upgraded rear sway bar, cross-drilled and slotted rotors, Ford racing tune, K&N air filter, and low flow mufflers.
Ford, DUB magazine, and Roush Industries come together to offer this DUB Limited Edition Mustang. DUB edition starts with a V6 Mustang coupe, convertible or glass top painted Black, Race Red, Ingot Silver, or Grabber Blue. Modifications include; Roush front fascia and splitter, Roush lowered suspension, 3.31 rear axle, quarter window covers, windshield banner, DUB stripe package, black interior with DUB embroidered into the headrests, unique 20-inch Pirelli wheels, and TIS tires. Ten all black all carbon fiber RTR-C versions are also available for a mere $135K.
DUB
2012
The 2012 Mustang GT comes with the 412hp, all-aluminum block, 5.0 liter, V8 engine. Other upgrades are 18 inch wide spoke wheels or an array of wheel optional upgrades, 3:31 limited slip rear differential, grille mounted fog lamps, special rear spoiler, black grille accents including a black pony, and black front and rear splitters.
Mustang GT

Mustang Boss
There are several versions of the 2012 Mustang Boss: Mustang Boss 302 limited edition has a 440hp, 5.0L, V8; custom wheels; custom handling, and custom graphics. The extra power comes 302R technology: forged rotating assembly, CNC ported heads, and upgraded camshafts and intake. The Mustang Boss Laguna Seca 302 also has the 440hp, 5.0L V8; but it has a close-ratio six-speed transmission, a standard Torsen limited-slip rear differential, upgraded suspension tuning, 302R front splitter, black or ingot silver with red accents, blacked out grille with blocked out fog lamps, and a cross-bar X-brace instead of back seats. The Mustang Boss 302S is similar to the Boss Laguna Seca except that it has a black louvered hood insert, black (Laguna Seca has red) painted 19 inch wheels, large carbon fiber Ford Racing rear spoiler, 6-point roll cage, Pro-Racer seat, quick release steering wheel, a Recaro HANS system, and AiM data acquisition system. And to top that off, how about the Mustang Boss 302R built specifially for racing only.
The 2012 Shelby Mustang GT500 comes standard with the 540hp, supercharged, 5.4L, aluminum block, V8 engine; 6-speed manual transmission; 3:55:1 rear ratio; 19 inch premium forged aluminum wheels; vented aluminum hood; Lemans tape stripes; custom front fascia and grille; sport leather seats; Brembo front breaks; and many other standard upgrades. A total of 350 limited edition Shelby GT350s will be produced. They will come only in Performance White with blue stripes, Race Red with white stripes, and Kona Blue with white stripes. They contain either a normally aspirated or supercharged 5.0L engine. GT350s are based on the Mustang GT and are available in both a coupe and convertible body styles.
Shelby

Mustang Club of America Edition
The 2012 Mustang Club of America Edition is a V6 coupe or convertible upgrade which includes a billet style grille, 18 inch painted wheels, and a side C-stripe with Mustang letters.
The 2012 Mustang GT California Special is a GT coupe or convertible upgrade which includes a billet style grille, upgraded wheels, and a GT/CS side stripe.
California Special

Cobra Jet
The 2012 Cobra Jet FR500CJ returns in 2012 with changes that include a new aluminum-block 5.4-liter V8, a modified suspension, low-drag racing brakes, and new black anodized wheels. You can top the engine off with either the 2.3-liter TVS supercharger or the 4.0-liter Ford Racing Whipple supercharger. Both yield a 425hp engine. And can push the car to under 10 second quarter mile time! A quantity of 50 units were built and were available in Race Red, Grabber Blue, and Winner White paint color. The graphics on the sides are options.
In 2012 Roush has a whole line-up of special upgrade packages and performance components for the Mustang. Vehicle lineup includes the Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage 3, and Stage 3 Hyper Series. The Stage 1 includes the front and rear body panels, interior upgrades, and Roush badges. Stage 2 adds performance handling, wheels, and tires. Stage 3 adds a 540hp supercharger, exhaust, added handling, and graphics. The Hyper Series which comes in black adds custom color accents to their four models called: "Mat It Mango", "Gas It Green", "Punch It Purple", and "Launch It Lemon".
Roush Mustang

Kentucky Speedway Pace Car
The 2012 Kentucky Speedway Pace Car is a limited edition of 46 specially painted and optioned premium optioned GT Mustang convertible with a distinctive red and blue lower bodyside stripe, large Kentucky Speedway lettering, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series graphics, the 401A optional performance white striped charcoal black leather seats and door pony badge, GT accessory package 6 which contains the hood and side scoops as well as pedestal rear spoiler and decklid panel, and standard 19 inch premium GT wheels.
Ford, DUB magazine, and Roush Industries come together again in 2012 to offer this DUB Limited Edition Mustang. DUB edition starts with a V6 Mustang coupe or convertible. Modifications include; Roush front fascia and splitter, Roush lowered suspension, 3.31 rear axle, quarter window covers, DUB stripe package, black interior with DUB embroidered into the headrests, unique 20-inch Pirelli wheels, and TIS tires.
DUB

Saleen
The 2012 Saleen brand returns to Steve Saleen of now SMS Supercars. The 2012 Saleen has the SMS 302 model which is powered by a SMS 296 Supercharged 302ci 4-valve V8 engine. It has a SMS performance suspension, exhaust, special 20-inch wheels, and brake upgrade. The body kit includes front bumper, front splitter, rear bumper, rear diffuser, side skirts, side splitters, and a special hood and spoiler. Inside there is two-tone leather performance seats, door inserts, leather shit knob, 200mph gauges, special identification, and a Steve Saleen personally signed dash! Saleen is also offering the SMS 25A model based on the 2008 25A Concept which has a 730HP engine with a red butterfly supercharger intake poking through the hood!
2013

Mustang GT
The 2013 Mustang GT comes with the 420hp, all-aluminum block, 5.0 liter, V8 engine. Other upgrades are 18 inch wide spoke wheels or an array of wheel optional upgrades, 3:31 limited slip rear differential, grille mounted fog lamps, special rear spoiler, black grille accents including a black pony, and black front and rear splitters.
The 2013 Mustang Boss 302 includes the new vented hood of the Mustang GT and grille design but continues with the tradition of blocked out fog lamps on a blacked out grille with tri-bar pony emblem. The blacked out rear spoiler, rear decklid panel and stripes remain as well as the Laguna Seca package which adds many more Ford Racing options.
Mustang Boss

Shelby
The 2013 Shelby Mustang GT500 with new downforce-generating front grilles, aggressive splitter, new quad exhaust system and two new forged-aluminum wheels. Also new for 2013 is a 5.8-liter supercharged V8 engine producing 650 horsepower and 600 lb.-ft torque.
The 2013 Mustang Club of America Edition is an optional upgrade package for the V6 coupe or convertible which includes a billet style grille with tri-bar Pony badge, front lower fascia with fog lamps, 18 inch sterling gray metallic painted wheels, a unique side stripe, decklid spoiler, and Mustang Club of America front floor mats.
Mustang Club of America Edition

California Special
The 2013 Mustang GT/CS is an upgrade package for the GT inspired by the 1968 Mustang GT California Special which came back in 2007. In 2013 the Mustang GT/CS receives new stripes, wheels, side scoops, and spoiler on top the newly designed GT vented hood, grille, and tail lamps.
The 2013 Cobra Jet sports the newly designed hood, grille and rear end and lots of performance features from Ford Racing. The new styling saves 200 pounds and this combined with two supercharger options will make it more powerful than the 2012 version. Stay tuned for more information.
Cobra Jet
2014

Mustang GT
The 2014 Mustang GT comes with the 420hp, all-aluminum block, 5.0 liter, V8 engine; and can be ordered with the Premium GT package which includes leather front seats, MyColor and Track Apps dash instruments, ambient lighting, and metal interior trim accents to name a few. GT option packages include an interior trim color accent package, California Special edition, Brembo Brakes package, GT Track package, and several others.
The 2014 Mustang Shelby GT-500 has a 662hp 5.8L supercharged aluminum-block V8 under its vented hood, Brembo 15 inch vented front 6-piston calipers, forged-steel crankshaft, SVT tuned suspension, tuned stainless steel H-pipe exhaust with 3.5" tips, leather seats, leather graphics steering wheel, unique instrument cluster, 19" front and 20" rear premium painted forged-aluminum wheels, HID headlamps, and Le Mans racing stripes to name a few.
Shelby

Mustang Club of America Edition
The 2014 Mustang Club of America Edition continues to be an options package for the V6 Mustang. It includes a dark stainless-painted billet-style grille with offset pony emblem, lower fascia-mounted fog lamps, unique bodyside tape stripes, 18" Sterling Gray Metallic-painted aluminum wheels with P235/50R18 W-rated tires, premium carpeted floor mats with embroidered Mustang Club of America logo, automatic headlamps, and rear decklid spoiler.
The 2014 Mustang GT/CS is an upgrade package for the GT inspired by the 1968 Mustang GT California Special. Includes unique black billet-style grille, unique lower fascia with fog lamps and air splitter, 19" black-painted machined aluminum wheels with P245/45R19 tires, GT/CS side and hood stripes, black hood vents, unique decklid badge with name in gas cap badge, unique instrument panel finish and door-panel inserts, leather-trimmed front bucket seats with Miko Suede inserts, premium carpeted front floor mats with embroidered logo, rear diffuser-style lower fascia, pedestal rear spoiler, and side scoops.
California Special
2015

Mustang GT
A little information is out for the 2015 Mustang GT. Its comes with the 420hp, all-aluminum block, 5.0 liter, V8 engine; 5.0 fender emblem; GT rear badge, fog lamps, and several others. Stay tuned for more information.
The 2015, 50th Anniversary Special Edition Mustang GT Coupe/Fastback is available in two exclusive exterior colors: Kona Blue or Wimbledon White. Just like the 1964 Mustang, Wimbledon White is an off white exterior paint, almost a cream color. Other featured include special 50th Anniversary badges inside and out; chrome highlights for the grille, side glass and tri-bar tail lamps; louvered rear quarter-windows which are simulated with layers of glass; unique aluminum dash panel, cashmere-stitched, leather-wrapped steering wheel; similarly stitched instrument panel, shifter boot, center armrest, door inserts, seats, and floor mats; two-tone cashmere and black leather seats; and a Mustang 50 Year logo on the seat backs. The special edition comes standard with the Mustang GT performance pack which includes Brembo front brakes and Pirelli P-Zero tires. There are also 19-inch alloy wheels which are patterned off the steel styled sport wheels from 1964 through 1968; and a leather covered owners guide folder with 50th Anniversary badge.
50th Anniversary




1964-2015 Mustang Data Explorer

· 1964
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· 1965
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· 1966
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· 1967
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· 1968
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· 1969
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· 1970
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Price $
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· 1971
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· 1972
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VIN Decoder

· 1973
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Production Totals
Price $
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· 1974
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Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
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Production Totals
VIN Decoder

· 1975
Body Styles
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Sales Brochures
Measurements
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
  Axle Ratios
Production Totals
VIN Decoder

· 1976
Body Styles
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  Special Models
Sales Brochures
Measurements
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
  Axle Ratios
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Cobra
  Cobra Body Styles
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  Cobra Paint Colors
  Cobra Prod Totals
  Cobra VIN Decoder

· 1977
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  Special Models
Sales Brochures
Measurements
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
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Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Cobra
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  Cobra Paint Colors
  Cobra Prod Totals
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· 1978
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Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
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Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Cobra
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  Cobra Paint Colors
  Cobra Prod Totals
  Cobra VIN Decoder

· 1979
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Cobra
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  Cobra Prod Totals
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· 1980
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Cobra
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· 1981
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Measurements
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Cobra
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  Cobra Paint Colors
  Cobra Prod Totals
  Cobra VIN Decoder

· 1982
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Measurements
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Engine Data
Production Totals
VIN Decoder

· 1983
Body Styles
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Sales Brochures
Measurements
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
Production Totals
VIN Decoder

· 1984
Body Styles
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Sales Brochures
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Production Totals
VIN Decoder
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· 1985
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· 1986
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· 1987
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VIN Decoder
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· 1988
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VIN Decoder
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· 1989
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· 1990
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Production Totals
VIN Decoder
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· 1991
Body Styles
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Sales Brochures
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Engine Data
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
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· 1992
Body Styles
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  Special Models
Sales Brochures
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Saleen
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  Saleen VIN Decoder

· 1993
Body Styles
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  Special Models
Sales Brochures
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Cobra
  Cobra Body Styles
    Cobra Grille Styles
  Cobra Paint Colors
  Cobra Engine Data
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  Cobra VIN Decoder
Saleen
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· 1994
Body Styles
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  Special Models
Sales Brochures
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Cobra
  Cobra Body Styles
    Cobra Grille Styles
  Cobra Paint Colors
  Cobra Engine Data
  Cobra Prod Totals
  Cobra VIN Decoder
Saleen
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  Saleen VIN Decoder

· 1995
Body Styles
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  Special Models
Sales Brochures
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Cobra
  Cobra Body Styles
    Cobra Grille Styles
  Cobra Paint Colors
  Cobra Engine Data
  Cobra Prod Totals
  Cobra VIN Decoder
Saleen
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  Saleen VIN Decoder

· 1996
Body Styles
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  Special Models
Sales Brochures
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Cobra
  Cobra Body Styles
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  Cobra Paint Colors
  Cobra Engine Data
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  Cobra VIN Decoder
Saleen
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· 1997
Body Styles
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  Special Models
Sales Brochures
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Cobra
  Cobra Body Styles
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  Cobra Paint Colors
  Cobra Engine Data
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  Cobra VIN Decoder
Saleen
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· 1998
Body Styles
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  Special Models
Sales Brochures
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Cobra
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  Cobra Paint Colors
  Cobra Engine Data
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  Cobra VIN Decoder
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· 1999
Body Styles
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  Special Models
Sales Brochures
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Cobra
  Cobra Body Styles
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  Cobra Paint Colors
  Cobra Engine Data
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  Cobra VIN Decoder
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· 2000
Body Styles
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  Special Models
Sales Brochures
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Cobra
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  Cobra Paint Colors
  Cobra Engine Data
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  Cobra VIN Decoder
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· 2001
Body Styles
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  Rear Styles
  Special Models
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Cobra
  Cobra Body Styles
    Cobra Grille Styles
  Cobra Paint Colors
  Cobra Engine Data
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  Cobra VIN Decoder
Saleen
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· 2002
Body Styles
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  Rear Styles
  Special Models
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Cobra
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  Cobra Paint Colors
  Cobra Engine Data
  Cobra Prod Totals
  Cobra VIN Decoder
Saleen
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· 2003
Body Styles
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  Special Models
Sales Brochures
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Cobra
  Cobra Body Styles
    Cobra Grille Styles
  Cobra Paint Colors
  Cobra Engine Data
  Cobra Prod Totals
  Cobra VIN Decoder
Saleen
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· 2004
Body Styles
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  Rear Styles
  Special Models
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
Options Available
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Cobra
  Cobra Body Styles
    Cobra Grille Styles
  Cobra Paint Colors
  Cobra Engine Data
  Cobra Prod Totals
  Cobra VIN Decoder
Saleen
  Saleen Body Styles
  Saleen Paint Colors
  Saleen Engine Data
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  Saleen VIN Decoder

· 2005
Body Styles
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  Rear Styles
  Special Models
Paint Color Codes
  Interior Color Codes
Engine Data
  Axle Ratios
Options Available
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Saleen
  Saleen Body Styles
  Saleen Paint Colors
  Saleen Engine Data
  Saleen Prod Totals
  Saleen VIN Decoder

· 2006
Body Styles
  Grille Styles
  Rear Styles
  Special Models
Sales Brochures
Paint Color Codes
  Interior Color Codes
Engine Data
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Options Available
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Shelby
  Shelby Body Styles
    Shelby Grille Styles
  Shelby Paint Colors
  Shelby Engine Data
  Shelby Prod Totals
  Shelby VIN Decoder
Saleen
  Saleen Body Styles
  Saleen Paint Colors
  Saleen Engine Data
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· 2007
Body Styles
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  Rear Styles
  Special Models
Sales Brochures
Paint Color Codes
  Interior Color Codes
Engine Data
  Axle Ratios
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Shelby
  Shelby Body Styles
    Shelby Grille Styles
  Shelby Paint Colors
  Shelby Engine Data
  Shelby Prod Totals
  Shelby VIN Decoder
Saleen
  Saleen Body Styles
  Saleen Paint Colors
  Saleen Engine Data
  Saleen Prod Totals
  Saleen VIN Decoder

· 2008
Body Styles
  Grille Styles
  Rear Styles
  Special Models
Sales Brochures
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
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Options Available
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Shelby
  Shelby Body Styles
    Shelby Grille Styles
  Shelby Paint Colors
  Shelby Engine Data
  Shelby Prod Totals
  Shelby VIN Decoder
Saleen
  Saleen Body Styles
  Saleen Paint Colors
  Saleen Engine Data
  Saleen Prod Totals
  Saleen VIN Decoder

· 2009
Body Styles
  Grille Styles
  Rear Styles
  Special Models
Sales Brochures
Measurements
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
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Options Available
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Shelby
  Shelby Body Styles
    Shelby Grille Styles
  Shelby Paint Colors
  Shelby Engine Data
  Shelby Prod Totals
  Shelby VIN Decoder
Saleen
  Saleen Body Styles
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  Saleen Engine Data
  Saleen Prod Totals
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· 2010
Body Styles
  Grille Styles
  Rear Styles
  Special Models
Sales Brochures
Measurements
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
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Options Available
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Shelby
  Shelby Body Styles
    Shelby Grille Styles
  Shelby Paint Colors
  Shelby Engine Data
  Shelby VIN Decoder
Saleen
  Saleen Body Styles
  Saleen Paint Colors
  Saleen Engine Data
  Saleen VIN Decoder

· 2011
Body Styles
  Grille Styles
  Rear Styles
  Special Models
Sales Brochures
Measurements
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
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Options Available
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Shelby
  Shelby Body Styles
    Shelby Grille Styles
  Shelby Paint Colors
  Shelby Engine Data
  Shelby VIN Decoder
Saleen
  Saleen Body Styles
  Saleen Paint Colors

· 2012
Body Styles
  Grille Styles
  Rear Styles
  Wheel Styles
  Special Models
Sales Brochures
Measurements
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
  Axle Ratios
Options Available
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Shelby
  Shelby Body Styles
    Shelby Grille Styles
  Shelby Paint Colors
  Shelby Engine Data
  Shelby VIN Decoder
Saleen
  Saleen Body Styles

· 2013
Body Styles
  Grille Styles
  Rear Styles
  Special Models
Sales Brochures
Measurements
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
  Axle Ratios
Production Totals
VIN Decoder
Shelby
  Shelby Body Styles
    Shelby Grille Styles
  Shelby Paint Colors
  Shelby Engine Data
  Shelby VIN Decoder

· 2014
Body Styles
  Special Models
Sales Brochures
Measurements
Paint Color Codes
Engine Data
  Axle Ratios
VIN Decoder
Shelby
  Shelby Body Styles
  Shelby Paint Colors
  Shelby Engine Data
  Shelby VIN Decoder

· 2015
Body Styles
  Grille Styles
  Rear Styles
  Special Models
Measurements
Paint Color Codes
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