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The first yellow Mustangs were introduced the first year of Mustang production in 1964. Two shades of yellow were introduced in 1964: Sunlight Yellow and Phoenician Yellow. There were 78 offerings of Yellow paint in 42 of the 51 production years of the Mustang. We have excluded all yellow greens and most golds from this list but included all gold yellow paints as named by Ford or are very obviously yellow. Yellow greens appear in our Green Mustang page, and gold appears in our Gold Mustang page. We don't consider Grabber Orange as yellow, see our Orange special color page or our Grabber Paint page for more information on Grabber Orange. Follow this link to see photos of all Yellow Mustangs on this site.
Triple Yellow will be available in 2015 model year.
There were a few yellow featured Mustang special models. These models either only came in yellow or in a special shade of yellow.
Breckenridge Yellow 1967 Ski Country Special
Brechenridge Yellow was one of five special colors for the Denver area 1967 Ski Country Special which featured ski racks (rear decklid luggage rack), snow tires, equalock rear axle, and a Ski Country Special medallion. The 1967 Ski Country Special was a winter version of the Denver 1967 High Country Special. Other colors for the Ski Country Special included Aspen Red, Vail Blue, Winter Park Turquoise, and Loveland Green. See our 1967 data explorer to see the all the Ski Country Special colors first compiled by MustangAttitude.com. It is interesting to note that the first time Brechenridge Yellow was used was on the 1966 Corvette.
1968 Corporate Yellow Mustang
Although a standard color for the 1968 Shelby Mustang, Corporate Yellow was a special order color (Ford code WT3470) available on all standard 1968 Mustang hardtops, fastbacks, and convertibles. In later years Corporate Yellow was renamed Grabber Yellow and became a standard color.
Dandelion Yellow and Whipped Cream 1968-69 Rainbow of Colors Mustang
Dandelion Yellow and Whipped Cream (WT1179 rumored to be a little green) are two yellows of 13 special factory colors featured in the 1968 and 1969 Rainbow of Colors promotion. Some of these colors were Madagascar Orange, Whipped Cream, Spanish Gold, Dandelion Yellow, Hot Pink, Caribbean Coral, Forest Green, Sierra Blue, and Moss Green.
1969 Grabber Yellow Shelby Mustang
Grabber Yellow was first offically used on the Shelby Mustang in 1969 and 1970. After that it was used on the standard production Mustangs in 1971. The 1969 Shelby Mustang came in two models: the GT350 and GT500. All GT-350s got Ford's new 290hp, 351 cubic inch V8; while the GT-500s got the 1968 GT-500 335hp, 428 cubic inch, Cobra Jet V8. In the fall of 1969 Shelby decided to stop making Shelby GT and the remaining unbuilt stock of about 789 cars were sold as the 1970 Shelby. Grabber Yellow, 1967 Bright Yellow special order paint, 1968 Corporate Yellow special order paint, and standard 1970 Competition Yellow paint offering all share the same Ford # WT3470 although the Dupont and PPG Ditzler codes differ. See our 1969 Shelby Mustang data explorer for more information on this special model. Also check out our special Grabber Paint page for more information on all the Mustang Grabber Paints.
Canary Yellow 1993 Limited Edition "Feature Car"
Okay, the Limited Edition LX 5.0L Feature Car came in not only Canary Yellow but also White. 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.
Canary Yellow 1994 & 1995 Mustang GT
Canary Yellow was one of two colors in 1994 and 1995 reserved only for the Mustang GT coupe or convertible. This was the only yellow offered on a Mustang in 1994 and 1995, so if you wanted a Yellow Mustang, you would have had to buy a GT model. In 1994 the other GT only color was Vibrant Red and in 1995 the other GT only color was Sapphire Blue.
Chrome Yellow 1998 15th Saleen SA-15 Anniversary Edition
1998 was the 15th year for the Mustang Saleen conversion. To commemorate the occasion, Saleen built special SA-15 anniversary editions. They all came with superchargers and Chrome Yellow paint. The stripes were black with white accents. See our 1998 Saleen Mustang data explorer for more information on 1998 Saleen Mustangs.
Zinc Yellow 2000 Spring color Mustang
Offered only in the Spring of 2000, this 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.
School Bus Yellow 2013 Mustang Boss 302
School Bus Yellow is back in 2013, but it is only available on the Boss 302 special model. We have been going back and forth on whether or not this is a new paint formulation or not. According to PPG, this is the same paint Ford has been using since at least 1988 as an official Ford paint for school buses. Strangely enough, its also the official Peacock Yellow for NBC.
Below is a list of all years and shades of Yellow Mustangs. There were 78 offerings of Yellow paint in 42 of the 51 production years of the Mustang. Click on the text below any photo to see more cars of the year and color shown. Follow this link to see photos of all Yellow Mustangs on this site.