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(message from fivestar): Easy to say it is a beautiful car since I own one taht is also Silversmoke Gray. We are the second owners and bought it in 1973. Ours is a six with a white interior with black carpet. In my estimation the Silversmoke Gray has a bit of a classy look. A friend back in PA just bought a 65 with this paint color and it was originally a Colorado car that was sent to PA just recently. I have seen quite a few other Silversmoke Gray cars out here in Colorado and in Arizona growing up and even recently (where our 65 was bought originally). Enjoy your family heirloom!|
(message from Supercharged95): 1995 Ford Mustang GT Vibrant Red
(message from Ronny): This car looks mean as $*%&(@#$!!!
(message from Snorre70): Really Nice car.
(message from Kathy J. Sudlersville MD): NICE!!!!
(message from HANNAH BANANA): I've always loved the look of the Magnetic Grey color and the look of Mustangs. For Christmas would you buy me one?
(message from 73Mach1Resto): Beautiful Mach 1! I've been going round and round with what color to paint my restoration. Then I saw this! Trying to figure out the color. Is this a completely custom steel blue color or Ford's 1973 silver blue poly (2501)?
(message from Steve Preis): As a guy and Mustang Nut myself I LOVE your car for a number of reasons first of all a Mustang, The color Pink for Breast Cancer, the car being unique. I just had to save the pictures of the car when I saw it.
(message from VS Germany): I think the first ´69 Mustang (probably before 02/24/69) had other reversing lights and this ´69 Sportsroof is schedule built 10/03/69, that means when they restored the car they installed the reserving lights for the late ´69 Mustangs.
(message from Fitzy): Hi All, My Mustang V6 convertible hasa grey interior, is this unusual? Alex [admin comment: unusual yes but more valuable? Probably no more than the standard interior. Leather is more valuable and bright colors to some.]
(message from Eric): What is the name of the shade of blue on this car. It's sharp.
(message from Pascal): Nice Car! It looks like the car in the brochure. Great options!
(message from Jeff): Beautiful GT. Love it, love it.
(message from TXTrinity): I have the actual hero card these images were taken from and we were both running the registry for a time. In fact, the front and back copies of this card are combined into one 20x30' show poster. He has Stampede #235. I have Stampede #351. rarepony.blogspot.com
(message from EdMc): Gorgeous Mustang! My Mom's '67 was almost identical to this one, but in addition it had a front disc brakes, black vinyl top, center console, wood-rimmed steering wheel, and chrome trim around the back trunk lid. As I recall it had the flip-down gas tank lid as well. Unfortunately it was wrecked in the '70's or else it'd still be in the family. I'm still looking for a replacement but it has to be Clearwater Aqua!
(message from emmy): That is pretty color and a nice car.
(message from aqualove): I am in love with your ride! Dream car <3
(message from firstname.lastname@example.org): Beatifuld work!!!
(message from bigd_dude): Need any parts? I have one just like it with 72K orig miles. A Texas car. Started a restoration (well, really a clean up) in 1991 and then quit. Got lots of eBay parts for it. I was trying to add Mach I components and was trying to make it pristine...like this one here.
(message from 66StangResto): The shop I am using is having a hard time matching this paint code. Does anyone have the paint breakdown for K-Code, M-1903?