(from page 1 of the 1965 Collection)
This beautiful 1965 factory correct Caspian Blue Mustang hardtop owned by David Hammer of Yukon, Oklahoma, was our Attitude Of The Week for 4-20-2008. David writes: "I bought this car from a man in Mustang Oklahoma in 2005. I took it to a body shop and had some minor dents removed and had it painted. It has an upgraded heavy duty T5 transmission, power windows, American Racing Nitro wheels, trunk carpet kit, engine dress up kit, lighted door sill plates, chrome alternator, chrome Monte Carlo bar, chrome export brace, high back reclining bucket seats, Ford Motorsport electronic ignition, Edelbrock aluminum performer intake, Flex-a-lite 6 blade radiator fan, Hooker headers, GT Grant custom steering wheel, Phantom 6 gauge instrument cluster, polished aluminum distributor, Ford racing dipstick, chrome Ford Motorsport valve covers, chrome shock tower caps, headlight grille ornaments, rocker panels, wheel well molding and many more little modifications." Also available for download is a 1024 by 768 pixel wallpaper and a 1500 by 1000 pixel wallpaper of this photo. |
(from page 1 of the 1965 Collection)
David Hammer sends us another shot of his Caspian Blue 1965 Mustang. This time, its in a field in front of a bucking horse. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week photo for the week starting 5-31-09. This is also our 9000th photo posted to the site! David took this picture in a town nearby called Mustang, Oklahoma. |
(from page 6 of the 1965 Collection)
Twilight Turquoise 1965 T-5 hardtop owned by Julien S from France! This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting September 12, 2010. The T-5 was name for the Mustang as it was sold in Germany. This one has a 200ci 6-cylinder engine and a manual transmission.
(from page 7 of the 1965 Collection)
Check out Greg Blackmon's Kona Blue 1965 Mustang hardtop. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting September 26, 2010. Greg tells us more, "I found this car in a local swap mag that comes out once a week. I traded a guy a 90 Honda Civic and $500.00 cash for this one of a kind classic. The car came with the 327 Chevy motor, rock crusher 4-speed transmission, and a 9-inch Ford rearend with 5.32 gears with a rearend coolant system. The car has side pipes, which are molded to the body, and a flip top gas fueler on the driver side back fender. Also, to finish off the unique custom features, the car came with Shelby tail lights and fog lights and a 66 model grille. I've been told that my car is a one of a kind which was built for racing, been told it was a California Special, heck I really don't know! I do know it's SPECIAL! If anyone has any ideas please please throw em at me. Also, I have a created a slide show to show start to finish of the car being restored. Go to facebook type in: Leslie- Chico Greg Blackmon and go to the smilebox slide. HIT PLAY & ENJOY!"
(from page 9 of the 1965 Collection)
Twilight Turquoise 1965 Mustang GT convertible owned by Kerry Sturgeon from Tijeras, New Mexico. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting June 26, 2011. Kerry lists the options; 289ci 4v 275hp 'A' code V8 engine (rebuilt), GT rocker panel stripes, GT grille-mounted fog lamps , GT dual chrome exhaust, trumpet exhaust tips thru rear valance, left-hand (driver-side) remote mirror, right-hand (passenger-side) mirror, 5-dial instrument dash, Rally-Pac instrumentation (clock and tach pods), Deluxe steering, wheel (wood), push button radio and antenna, Pony interior, electric top, factory air, center console, and Styled Steel
(from page 13 of the 1965 Collection)
Deep Blue Metallic 1965 Mustang fastback owned by Novi Rick from Novi, Michigan. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting October 14, 2012. He purchased the Mustang in July of 2000 and got it back onto the road in October 2012. It was originally Caspian Blue with a white interior (Blue Appointments). It is now Deep Blue Metallic with a white interior (Black trim). It's original engine was a - 289 V-8 2 bbl. with C-4 trans, and 8-inch rear. It now has a 347 Stroker, Holley
650 Dbl Pmpr, C-4, 8-inch rear with 4 wheel disc brakes, and Magnaflow
(from page 15 of the 1965 Collection)
Caspian Blue Mustang GT convertible owned by Eddie Anderson from Mobile, Alabama. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting February 3, 2013. It is a factory GT with a 289ci 4v engine. It has a bench seat. Eddie is the third owner. The car has a bit over 26,000 miles on the clock and has had only one repaint. The Ragoon Red 1965 Mustang hardtop is Eddie's as well.
(from page 22 of the 1965 Collection)
Twilight Turquoise 1965 Mustang hardtop owned by Kathy Westerman from Ocklawaha, Florida. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting March 5, 2018. Kathy adds, "Bought my car November 2016 off Facebook market place. I have always wanted this style Mustang. It was white when I purchased it. My son Restored it excluding the paint. That took a year."
(from page 26 of the 1965 Collection)
This restored and modified Twilight Turquoise 1965 Mustang GT convertible was our Attitude Of The Week for August 3rd, 2008. It has the GT rocker panel painted stripes (the other GT option was metal rocker panel trim), fog lamps, and the high performance 289 cubic inch, 4 barrel, V8 engine originally rated at 271hp (at 6000rpm).
(from page 7 of the 1966 Collection)
Silver Blue 1966 Mustang hardtop owned by Joe Spagna. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week photo for the weeks starting 9-13-09. The bumpers are painted body color, it has a Shelby racing lower front valance, a hood scoop,and an aftermarket grille.
(from page 18 of the 1966 Collection)
Sapphire Blue 1966 Shelby GT350 fastback owned by John Drysdale from New York. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting May 27, 2012. It has the original 289ci V8 and a manual transmission. John adds, "I just came to own it, but have known the car and family since 1972. It's a survivor car that's completely original and unrestored. It has always had TLC and never abused! It has 53000 'actual' Miles! With original docs. All the ones I see for sale have 30000-50000 miles!
Seriously!! No way!! You better have a pile of paper work, oil changes and inspections to go with it."
(from page 29 of the 1966 Collection)
Blue 1966 Mustang hardtop owned by Kym Vogelesang from Adelaide Australia. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting December 13, 2015. Kym's Mustang has a 289ci V8 engine and an automatic transmission. Kym tells us more, "I got my 66 about 6 years ago form a local dealer who brought it out of the states. It is a rust free car. I have done a rebuild on the motor and had it balanced. It runs a small 4 barrel carb and is a nice strong little motor. The trans has also been rebuilt. I run 3.25 gears in the rear. I am very happy with it - not a show car but a well loved car that is driven a lot."
(from page 30 of the 1966 Collection)
Metallic Blue Perl 1966 Mustang hardtop owned by Peter Bloom from Springfield, Virginia. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting July 3, 2016. Under the hood is it's original 200ci 6-cylinder engine. It also has an automatic transmission.
(from page 39 of the 1966 Collection)
This Arcadian Blue 1966 Mustang GT convertible was our Attitude Of The Week for February 8th, 2009. This convertible has GT steel styled wheels, GT grille mounted fog lamps, GT rocker panel stripes, and an A-code 289ci 4-barrel V8 engine. This car has new paint but original interior.
(from page 1 of the 1967 Collection)
This Brittany Blue 1967 Shelby GT-500 was our featured Attitude Of The Week for 9-2-07. This one has functional side brake scoops and the awesome factory 428 interceptor engine. See those roll bars, they came installed from the factory.
(from page 3 of the 1967 Collection)
This Nightmist Blue 1967 Mustang GT white vinyl top hardtop owned by Ken Davies of Beaumont, Alberta, Canada was our Attitude Of The Week for September 28th, 2008. Ken writes: I acquired this car on Father's Day, 2008. It was imported to Canada from Portland, Oregon. The original color was Springtime Yellow. It originally had 289 2V, and now has rebuilt 289 (approx 1000 miles) with Edelbrock aluminum intake, Carter AFB Competition 4 bbl carburetor, and a Duraspark II ignition."
(from page 16 of the 1967 Collection)
This is a Lone Star Limited 1967 Mustang hardtop (AKA Bluebonnet Special). It's a one owner car owned by Bobby Blankenship. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting August 26, 2012. Bobby adds, "I bought the car new from the local Ford Dealer in August 1967. It is 90% original, no rust and no bondo. It was repainted in 2007, other than that it is original. I have a 1969 set of wheels on it, but I have the original wheels and wheel covers. The car has 67000+ miles on it. Always garage kept."
(from page 19 of the 1967 Collection)
Acapulco Blue 1967 Mustang GT fastback owned by Richard Rose from San Jose, California. It's our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting August 11, 2013. It has it's original 390ci V8 engine and a manual transmission. Richard adds, "Purchased new in 1967, special ordered with Competition Handling Package (1 of 141 fastbacks of 195 built). Dealer installed items; gauges, Shelby steering wheel, 427 heads, 427 dual point distributor, adjustable rocker arms, 3.89 gears, and rear mounted antenna. "
(from page 21 of the 1967 Collection)
Nightmist Blue 1967 Mustang GT hardtop owned by Dennis Brennan East Norriton, Pennsylvania. This GT has its original S-code 390ci V8 engine and a manual transmission. It's our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting September 7, 2014. Dennis tells us, "I am the third owner. Owner #2 bought it in 1969. It was a daily driver until late 70s. He then parked it in his barn until the late eighties. It then had a complete restoration; floors, panels, trunk, engine rebuild, and interior. Since then, it has only left the barn for a few shows. The second owner was a good friend of mine. He passed away unexpectedly five years ago. The Mustang has sat covered in the barn until I purchased it from his widow. Due to sitting so long, it has developed a few oil leaks which we plan to take care of shortly. Otherwise, it runs great and is a blast to drive."
(from page 30 of the 1967 Collection)
This is the new 1967 Mustang GT Lego kit assembled with the more traditional, standard options: bullet type wheels, hood scoop, top stripes, GT side stripes, rear quarter window vents, side scoop, fog lamps, etc. This model is our Attitude Of The Week starting March 17, 2019. Check out all the features and the additional options.