35 pictures (34 cars) found: exterior color of "black", stry of "yes"
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(from page 17 of the 1966 Collection)
Raven Black 1966 Shelby GT-350H Tribute owned by Dale Smith from Adelaide, South Australia. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting August 21, 2011. The car has it's original 289ci V8 and a manual transmission. Dale tells us more, "After having an awesome Emberglo coupe, I fell in love with the GT350H and just had to have one. A real one is out of my budget so the next best thing was a tribute. So this is the fruits of my labour - a fully restored 1966 GT350H replica with all the good bits. Looks and drives great. I am really thrilled with the end result. It truly is a wonderful car, which looked after should live on forever."
(from page 22 of the 1966 Collection)
Raven Black 1966 Mustang GT hardtop owned by Daniel De Bono from Australia. This beauty is our featured Attitude Of The Week
for the week starting November 18, 2012. Daniel tells us more, "This 1966 factory GT coupe just spent the last 36 years with it's previous owner in Greensboro, North Carolina. Frank (now 82 years old) was the second owner as he'd bought it from the original owner who ordered it as a customer order back in late November 1965. It was optioned out nicely with an A code engine, power steering, a banded windscreen, green glass, pony interior, Rally Pac, long console, rear speaker, and AM radio to complement all the GT extras. It arrived in Australia in January of this year with 68,336 original miles. It still has many original features including the trunk liner, spare white wall tire, jack and ratchet, all panels and interior are also original (except for the carpet and mats), All bolt on parts such as power steering pump, 4bbl carburetor, intake manifold and so on are original numbers matching as well. This beautiful example of American automotive design still has the buck tag attached and is accompanied by the original factory build sheet of which I found the last piece (Bottom left hand corner) stuck under the passengers seat just a few weeks ago."
(from page 22 of the 1968 Collection)
Jim Foster shares photos of his black 1968 Mustang. It has it's original 289ci V8 and an automatic transmission. Jim tells us, "This is my first car, 'DABEEST'. I have owned it since August 1976. It was my daily driver for the first 30 years. During the time I have had the car, I have put over 500,000 miles on the original engine and it has not been rebuilt. On May 26, 2006 it was totaled in an accident. I took the money I got from the insurance company, cashed out a 401K, and restored my car. Two of the following pictures are of the accident. Since the restoration, I have entered it into numerous car shows/events and have won numerous trophies/awards and several honorable mentions. It was also used in the music video 'The One that Got Away, by Katy Perry. 'DABEEST' can be found on the web."
(from page 11 of the 1970 Collection)
Black 1970 Mustang fastback owned by Scott Schuster from Medina, Ohio. It has its original 302ci V8 and a manual transmission. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting July 21, 2013. Scott tells us, "Found behind a barn. I wanted a Stang like my favorite one from when I was 18 yrs old. After 4 1/2 years I got r done, with a little self custom work (lights and interior)"
(from page 7 of the 1971 Collection)
Black 1971 Mach 1 Mustang fastback owned by Adam Cunningham from Topeka, Kansas. Adam adds, "I bought this baby after I returned from deployment. I was looking for a 1967 or 1968 Mustang and stumbled across this and started making it everything I have ever wanted. For mods I have a Ford 9" rear with 4:11s, Mickey Thompson 29 x 18.5 Pro Comp tires, spec stage three
clutch, of course the 4-speed top loader, 351c bored and stroked to a 408 (702 Hp 761 TQ), Weiand stack intake with dual 600 cfm carbs, Hooker super comp long tube headers, full roll cage and a bunch more just random little goodies."
(from page 6 of the 1977 Collection)
Black 1977 Mustang II Cobra II hatchback owned by Mike from Elgin, Illinois, This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting September 22, 2013. It has a 302ci V8 and an automatic transmission. Mike tells us, "I graduated from high school in 1977 and the only two cars that I wanted for my first new car was a Cobra II or a Smokey and the Bandit Trans Am (black and gold of course!). My Dad wouldn't sign a loan for either one (despite our family's fondness for Fords) but he did decide to sign a loan for me to get a 1978 Chevette! Later in life I did buy a triple-black 2000 Mustang GT convertible, which I enjoyed for a number of years. When I saw this Cobra II on ebay three years ago, I threw in a low-ball bid that didn't meet the seller's reserve. I told my wife that we didn't have to worry about getting the car since it didn't meet the auction's reserve, so off to Alaska we went for vacation. Lo and behold, I got an email congratulating me on being the winning bidder for that 1977 Cobra II! I had to tell my wife during our vacation that the car I wasn't supposed to get was now ours, and that I had to coordinate its purchase and pickup from Arkansas. Fortunately a friend of mine lived near the seller, paid for my Cobra II and had a car trailer to pick it up and deliver it to my house, so the car was waiting for me when I got home. Upon seeing the car my wife told me I needed to decide if I was going to keep the Mustang II or a 2000 Corvette that we owned at the time. One look at the Cobra II and a rush of emotions from high school came back and the Corvette was promptly sold a few weeks later. I found that this Cobra II was first sold in Texas and then driven to California where the previous owner bought it and brought it back to Illinois for restoration. I've been working on completing the restoration he had started, and this past winter I tore out the interior, restored all of the panels, replaced the dash (it had been cut apart to mount different radios over the years), and repaired various other items to get it back on the road for the car show season. I purchased a Marti Report and came to find out that it is a 1-of-1 Cobra II for
1977! Not surprising that it's fairly well loaded - except for A/C (Really? Not ordered for an all-black car sold in Texas?) and it had only an AM radio. It was built 12/76, so it's an early 'Motortown conversion Cobra II .' I'm always looking for info regarding the Motortown conversion process before Ford took the Cobra II package in-house; it's a special part of Cobra II history!"
(from page 6 of the 1978 Collection)
Raven Black 1978 Mustang II King Cobra hatchback owned by Gerry Gray from Latahm, New York. Gerry adds, "I purchased from the original owner in 1989. The exterior was originally red with an orange and gold King Cobra stripe package. The original 302 block was cracked so the car now sports a mild 306 and T-5 transmission. It is equipped with factory T-tops, 4-way adjustable front seat, power steering and brakes, 15-inch wheels, dual 2.5 inch exhaust into a single 3-inch over the the rear, rear mounted battery,
subframe connectors, SSM lift bars, and aftermarket Autometer gauges"
(from page 6 of the 1983 Collection)
Black 1983 Mustang GT hatchback owned by Tim from Cleveland, Ohio. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting July 24, 2016. Tim tells us, "I bought it in 1985 when I was 19. I drove it for several years, but then parked it in the mid '90's. About 7 years ago, my brother took the car out of my mom's garage to a local shop and got it running again. At that point, it was mostly stock except a few visual mods. For the first few years, that was okay but after awhile my son and I needed to amp up the performance aspect of the car. In May 2013 we took to removing the motor and trans. Over the course of the next year and a half, the top end was completely gone through including GT40 iron heads, a Comp 268H cam, perform roller rockers, and an Edelbrock Performer RPM intake. This year, the car got new 10th anniversary cobra rims and lowering springs. It's a riot to drive, and was a great project to work on."
(from page 5 of the 1985 Collection)
Black 1985 Predator Mustang hatchback owned by Daniel Fox from Wichita, Kansas. It has the 5.0L V8 engine and a manual transmission. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting April 8, 2018. The Predator was designed by Tom Soloman and sold at Ford dealers. Daniel had this story to share, "Like most car guys I had never even heard of a Predator Mustang until I discovered one on-line. Of course the curiosity got the best of me, and I had to know more. From there it wasn't long and I had to have one. (This is my 5th Fox-body Mustang by the way and I hopefully not my last) I was fortunate to get to know a couple of great knowledgeable guys on-line in the Predator community, and as luck would have it one of them was the previous owner of our car. He hooked me up with the guy selling the car on eBay; the car was sweet with only 29k original miles. The only catch was it was in Pennsylvania. What! How in the world am I going to purchase a car through eBay all the way up in PA.? No test drive, no putting your hands on the car, no sitting in it. I live in Wichita, KS for cry'in in the night... And the expense of getting the car back to Kansas was really stressing me out. I sure as heck wasn't going to drive it back to Kansas. After days and weeks of talking on the phone, texting and a lot of patience from my wife who was constantly talking me off the ledge. I was able to get the purchase done and get the car shipped from PA. It was one of the most stressful things I've ever done, don't recommend buying a classic that way, but as my wife says I was on a mission. After two days of transport the car arrived on a Saturday late morning and it was like Christmas morning. Yah it was just like that. The car had issues from sitting so much, with only 29k miles on the odometer, you do the math that's a little over 900 miles a year. Run-ability issues, AC didn't work and some of the Predator pkg. accessories had been altered or replaced. So I spent the next year tuning the car and with the help of a gentleman here in Kansas who is an expert in Predators, I was able to get her real close to exactly the way she was when delivered back in 1985. Our car is Serial # S5-0131. The car was produced in Topeka KS. It was sold new at Rusty Eck Ford in Wichita, KS. It is 1 of 135-140 cars with the Predator package in 1985.
And that's how S5-0131 got back to Kansas and this is where she'll stay."
(from page 6 of the 1986 Collection)
Black 1986 Mustang GT hatchback owned by Larry Garlinger from St Clairsville, Ohio. Larry shares, "I have owned this vehicle since 1997. It is a 5.0 GT. It has the original motor, modified air induction, weld racing wheels, original paint. It has a little over 82,000 miles and has been garaged since its ownership by myself. I have won many trophies with this car and am very pleased with its performance and condition."
(from page 3 of the 1987 Collection)
Black 1987 Mustang GT convertible owned by Jan and Ken Benson from Sydney, NSW, Australia. This is our featured, Attitude Of The Week for the week starting March 25, 2012. Ken tells us, "We have had the Mustang for over 13 years and purchased from Ross Donley who races Mustangs in Australia. We had a 1979 coupe over 30 years ago and decided to buy a later model. The motor was upgraded to a 93 Cobra R, Gold track racing diff, computer system, special made wheels, Celini bonnet, after market taillights, rear wing, 5-speed manual Hurst shifter etc. My son and I bought a 1970 convertible. We have been members for 13 years of MOCA Mustang Owners Club NSW Australia. I write articles in our club magazine 'Pony Express'. We have around 700 members in our club in NSW."
(from page 4 of the 1993 Collection)
Black 1993 Mustang GT hatchback owned by Rich Nagle from Chalfont, Pennsylvania. Rich tells us, "I bought it new from Yocum Ford in Lansdale Pennsylvania September 20, 1992. I race and show it and it serves as my daily driver in nice weather. The original bottom end has 207,000 miles on it. Originally equipped with an automatic transmission, I converted it to a 5-speed manual transmission in 2004. The car's best time at the dragstrip is 12.7 seconds at 105 mph. My GT does not have a power adder but has had several modifications. They are all listed on my website www.NASTY93.com."
(from page 2 of the 1994 Collection)
Check out this 1994 Mustang GT coupe owned by Ludwig Stein from Blackfalds, Alberta, Canada. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting January 9, 2011. Ludwig tells us more, "I bought the car in 2007. The car was lowered with Steeda springs. It also came with Bilstein Shocks and struts. The tires are Sumitomo 315-35/17s in rear and 245-40/17s in the front which is an awesome hoof print. I've added sub frame connectors and a strut brace as well. The engine is stock other than a cold air and an aftermarket intake. We autocross and road race it on a regular bases. The paint is from the 1969 Trans Am Mustang driven by Parnelli Jones & George Follmer. Mine is dedicated to George - just cause Parnelli gets all the praise but it takes a team to win."
(from page 1 of the 1995 Collection)
Here is Joanna Rinaldi in her Black and Tangerine 1995 Mustang GT coupe. Jonna tells us, "This car was originally purchased for 1800.00 cash and then brought back to life again. It has never been wrecked it was just really abused when I got it."
(from page 4 of the 1995 Collection)
Triple Black 1995 Mustang GT convertible owned by Bryan Nedwed from New Jersey. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting September 27, 2015. It has the 5.0L V8 engine and an automatic transmission. Bryan tells us, "Had her for a year love it and I'm a Chevy guy. It a little slow but fun to drive. Mods; straight pipes, 18 inch Cobra rims, trick flow intake, GT 40 heads, Lunaticam 488 lift 234 duration, and 411 gears."
(from page 1 of the 2000 Collection)
Black 2000 Mustang GT Spring Feature Edition convertible owned by Karen Irvine from Dover, Delaware. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for March, 29, 2009. Karen tells us, "It was bought brand new in October of 2000. The salesman informed me the car was one of four like it in the Mid-Atlantic region. It has no mods other than an aftermarket head unit. It is the 5th Mustang I have owned since I was 16, when I bought my 76 Mustang II GHIA. In the midst of all these Mustangs I have also owned four Thunderbirds SC and LXs. I love the Fords!" Special 17x8 inch wheels, hood scoop, and side scoops are part of the Spring Edition package.
(from page 3 of the 2000 Collection)
Black 2000 Mustang GT convertible owned by Jerry Patrick from Barnsdall, Oklahoma. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week photo for the week starting 8-30-09. Jerry tells us, "I bought the 2000 GT convertible from a used car dealer in Del City, Oklahoma. The GT has some minor mods including Bullitt wheels with Cobra inserts, the GT front bumper had been replaced by a Cobra style bumper, the original exhaust had been replaced with a Flow Master exhaust system that had been moved to the front of the rear tires, an updated PCM, and seat heaters."
(from page 1 of the 2001 Collection)
Black 2001 Mustang GT coupe owned by Jesse Keogh from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Jesse tell us about his ride, "I did my undergraduate in Las Vegas, and I came across it on-line when I was searching for my first muscle car. It was a very nice California car with little wear and 43K miles. It had to be Ford. I have slowly moved up the ranks from my first car an Escort LX, then a Probe GT, and now a Mustang GT! I have fallen in love with the stangs. My college budget is hard to work with but it's always a work in progress. I am going with a blacked out, sleeper look and eventually plan on adding a twin turbo kit with forged internals."
(from page 2 of the 2002 Collection)
Black 2002 Mustang Saleen S281-SC coupe owned by Gerardo Gallegos from Corpus Christi, Texas. It has a supercharged 281ci V8 engine with a manual transmission. Gerardo tells us, "I bought the car from my sister. She bought it with 40 miles on the clock and put in 11,000 miles on it in a 1.5 years. I bought it in December 2004 and had it ever since. It's all stock has the Mach 1000 stereo system upgraded wheels 18x10 in the rear upgraded rotors and Saleen calipers. I mainly use it for car shows, cruise nights, and on nice sunny days. I've only driven the car once in the rain, I was caught coming from a car show."
(from page 4 of the 2003 Collection)
Here is Karen Baum making a pass in her Ebony Black 2003 Mustang GT on the Speed Channel show called Pass Time. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting February 21, 2010. Karen tells us more, "I bought this car two years old and found out later she was a repo from Jersey. She was a little rough and only thing done to her was the exhaust (which I ended up fixing since it was poorly done). After doing the exhaust, I was told this car was too masculine for a girl to drive. That is when 'Nasty' would come to be. I think she is too much for a man to drive now;-). Nasty 03 is featured in the AmericanMuscle.com calendar for January 2010. Also appeared on the TV show 'Pass Time' which airs on Speed Channel. These are the modifications (which is hard to keep current!!). Currently over 40 between appearance and performance. Performance modifications include: custom 3-inch tipped catback, BBK ceramic longtube headers and off-road H-pipe, FRPP 3.73 gears, FRPP C-springs, Accufab 70mm throttlebody and plenum, MGW short shifter, clutch adjuster, Steeda underdrive pulleys, Steeda cold air intake, SLP Line-lock, driveshaft loops, subframe connectors, Brembo slotted rotors, 245/45-17 NITTO 555Rs in front, 325/45-17 M+H Racemasters in the back, and SCT XCal SF3 Tuner with custom tuning by SWARR Auto. Gotta look good too: 20% window tint, Xenon quarter window louvers, ABS rear window louver, black Shelby Torq Thrust M rims (17x8 in front, 17x10.5 deep dish in back), Smoked headlights and foglights, 8-inch black antenna, chrome billet scoop inserts, Mach 1 grille delete, painted Mach 1 chin spoiler, UAD skeleton grille pony emblem, UAD airbrushed flamed radiator cover, MGW underhood dress up, chrome strut and nut cap covers, UPR 2-tone interior knobs and coat hooks, FRPP Bullitt pedals, MRT billiard shift knob, red LED interior lighting, redline tuning hood struts, GT embroidered floor mats, polished shifter bezel, Saleen S281 wing, Web Electrics sequentials, and Kenwood DDX512 6.1-inch wide in-dash monitor with USB/iPod direct control/DVD
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