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(message from naejohn): 'Only two Chrome Yellow Mustangs were modified in 1999' So nice to know where the other one is and that it is still in good shape. We have the only other 1999 Chrome Yellow that was modified at Roush. Only 17,000 miles and in perfect original condition. [editor: nice... consider sending us photos. We would love to see it.]|
(message from JR): Owner here, interior is grey leather, it is a spring edition, stripe is factory. [admin: thanks so much for the correction]
(message from owner): Just for information. I had this painted Ford Chrome Yellow. Race yellow is the incorrect color code. [admin: thanks so much for the correction]
(message from Owner): If my research is correct, only 45 1988 Mustang convertibles were painted this color (Dark Sable Metallic 6L)
(message from T-CODE KID): Hi, Thats my 67 stang ,i have here in Australia. [Editor: nice! consider submitting us updated photos]
(message from Anonymous): Door tag is not correct. There were not any convertibles made with paint code 'C', pace car white. The dignitary or parade cars were paint code 'M', Wimbledon white.
(message from larrys405): 302 4 speed quick fuel carb to much to list of new stuff and stuff redone needs nothing but a new owner
(message from Scott): Gail Wise from Illinois actually has the first Mustang sold to the public. She has a Skylight Blue convertible that she took delivery of on April, 15th, 1964. The car is well publicized and there are several stories about it on the Internet.
(message from Foxbody cars.): Hi Scott, my name is John rouse from Portland Oregon just wanted to comment on your mustang. My mom bought the same exact car in 1980. I was 13 I really liked the color combo on the car that was the only mustang my mom ever had. It was a fun car to ride in. The rest of my family had mustangs from 76 to 83 most where V8s. Iím 51; never had one maybe one day. Would love to find a 80s or 90s notchback v8. Your mustang brought back a lot of memory good luck with your car.
(message from Blair): Hello, I also have a 1967 GTA S Code 390. The car has the exterior decor group, interior decor group. Wood grain steering wheel. Ceiling console, AM/FM Radio, Tach and seat belt reminder light. White Vinyl Top, Night Mist Blue paint job and a luggage rack. [admin: awesome, consider submitting us photos!]
(message from Mustang Shirley): I had the same dark brown with a white top and white leather interior - V8 - way too much power but a great car - incredible pick-up. I traded it for a 1980 Lincoln continental - was concerned that my teenage son was becoming too attached to the Mustang and it was an overpowered car for a new driver. I now have a 1966 Mustang convertible - enjoy it very much.
(message from Blair): Hello, I also have a 1967 GTA S Code 390. The car has the exterior decor group, interior decor group. Wood grain steering wheel. Ceiling console, AM/FM Radio, Tach and seat belt reminder light.
(message from wendy will): got lots of guys in my green 5.0
(message from Barb S Mustangs): My husband worked for Ford Motor Company and brought this car home one da. It was beautiful. Wish we could have kept it. Lol.
(message from markviii1998): Hello, I have a 1968 Torino GT convertible, 390 4v, 4 spd that is passionate pink in color. Paint is WT 9036
(message from hers): I have just purchased this car. Plan on taking her to many shows. [editor: awesome! consider sending us updated photos and photos to possibly use in our next updated version of the book: Mustang Special Editions. We have photos of this model in it but they could be tons better.]
(message from swill): i have a 94 same options and colors..100,000kms on it.5 speed standard
(message from Hot rod): I think the 1967 ford mustang is the coolest car in the state of Texas . I love the color green . Your friend Denver Yates .
(message from Scott): As of 2/3/18, I have repurchased this car and have done a lot of mechanical work on it, as well as adding reproduction 16' TRX wheels. My intent is to finish the mechanical work and do a cosmetic restoration to it. I have purchased an OEM hood scoop and rear spoiler that I plan to install.
(message from Marcus95): Absolutely gorgeous Mustang Cobra.