(2 photos of a 1966 Aspen Gold Yellow Mustang High Country Special Hardtop) Aspen Gold 1966 Mustang High Country Special hardtop with High Country Special badge just behind the front tires and after market wheels. This color appears to be Aspen Gold (Ford MX #706815, Dupont 93-63705). The 1966 High Country Special only came in Timberline Green, Columbine Blue, and Aspen Gold. This car is available in 1024x768 pixel wallpaper, and 1280x1536 pixel wallpaper.|
(8 photos of a 1967 Aspen Gold Mustang GT High Country Special Fastback) Aspen Gold 1967 Mustang GT High Country Special fastback owned by Randy! This is awesome. It's our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting July 1, 2012. Randy tells us more, "This 67 HCS GT fastback when delivered with it's options made it a 1 of 1 (Marti report). The only fastback GT HCS with a standard 3 speed transmission and Aspen Gold. Now it enjoys a late model AOD [Automatic Over Drive], AC, power steering, and power front disk brakes. Its not a race horse but a nice weekend driver - never restored but maintained, but with a 3:55 rear end gear and 70 mph it still gets close to 19 mpg!!!!!."
(5 photos of a 1971 Medium Yellow Gold Mach 1 Mustang Fastback) This is a Medium Yellow Gold (E paint code) 1971 Mach-1 Mustang fastback. Medium Yellow Gold is one of three yellow paints offered on the 1971 Mustang. The others are Medium Bright Yellow and Grabber Yellow. The paint on this Mach-1 is original! It was sold new at Ashe County Motors in West Jefferson, North Carolina. Drivetrain consists of the M-code 351ci 4v V8 engine, C-6 Select Shift Cruise-O-Matic automatic transmission, and a 3.00 standard rear axle.
(9 photos of a 1971 Light Gold Mustang Grande Hardtop) Check out this Light Gold (Tan or Morning Gold) 1971 Mustang Grande. This one shows of its vinyl roof, full wheel covers, front bumper guard, side moldings, side mirrors, fog lamps, and rocker panel trim. It is unrestored and has 48K miles on it.
(9 photos of a 1972 Medium Yellow Gold Mach 1 Mustang Fastback) Medium Yellow Gold 1972 Mustang Mach 1 fastback with a 168hp (at 4000rpm), 351 cubic inch, 2 barrel, V8 engine.
(1 photo of a 1972 Bright Yellow Gold Glow Mustang Grande Hardtop) Bright Yellow Gold or Gold Glow 1972 Mustang Grande hardtop with a modified 351ci, V8 engine. The Grande option was only for the hardtop and added a vinyl roof, bumper guards, side molding, color-keyed sport mirrors, and a deluxe interior.
(8 photos of a 1972 Bright Yellow Gold Glow Mustang Grande Hardtop) Bright Yellow Gold or Gold Glow 1972 Mustang Grande hardtop with a black vinyl roof, wheel covers, pin striping, rocker and wheel lip moldings, and a 136hp (at 4000rpm), 302ci, 2 barrel V8 engine. Most Grande optioned Mustangs came with front and rear bumper guards, this one does not have them. This car has 32,500 miles on it and its all original but the front grille which got damaged in 1999. It was kept in the garage so the Bright Yellow Gold factory paint has not faded.
(8 photos of a 1972 Bright Yellow Gold Glow Mustang Fastback) Bright Yellow Gold or Gold Glow 1972 Mustang fastback with full wheel covers; bumper guards; color keyed sport mirrors; pinstriping; and a 168hp (at 4000rpm), 351 cubic inch, 2 barrel, V8 engine.
(8 photos of a 1973 Medium Yellow Gold Mustang Convertible) There were four shades of yellow/gold available on the 1973 Mustang. This 1973 Mustang convertible is painted Medium Yellow Gold. This one also has the Mach 1 stripes and hood.
(11 photos of a 1973 Medium Yellow Gold Mustang Convertible) Medium Yellow Gold 1973 Mustang Convertible with a 177 hp (at 4000 rpm), 351 cubic inch, V8 engine. This is one of the 4 yellow/gold colors for 1973 Mustangs. This is the 6C color code color for Medium Yellow Gold.
(9 photos of a 1973 Light Yellow Gold Mustang Fastback) Light Yellow Gold 1973 Mustang fastback with black stripes and a Medium Ginger Mach-1 interior. It has a a 351ci Cleveland V8 with a 3-speed automatic transmission and a 2.73 7.5-inch rear-end.
(8 photos of a 1973 Medium Yellow Gold Mustang Convertible) Medium Yellow Gold 1973 Mustang convertible with fog lamps, full wheel covers, body side molding, color keyed mirrors, and an F-code 302ci V8 engine.
(3 photos of a 1974 Medium Goldenrod Yellow Mustang Hatchback) Medium Goldenrod 1974 Mustang II hatchback with a 88hp (at 4000rpm), 2.3 liter (140ci), 2 barrel, 4 cylinder engine. This car has the optional bumper guards, pin stripes, and fog lamps. There is only 54,814 miles on this car, it has been kept in a garage so the paint is still very bright.
(1 photo of a 1977 Mustang Ghia Promotional Sales Brochure) (A) Mustang II with the new Ghia Sports Group. Looking and feeling good user way is what driving fun's about. So Ford designers created the Ghia Sports Group Options, which combines better ideas in luxury and sports distinction. Tasteful new exterior features include: Black or Tan finish, Tan (Code 8H) shown; half-vinyl roof in Black Odense grain or Chamois Lugano grain, Black shown; Chamois or Black vinyl insert bodyside moldings; Black or Chamois full-length, bodyside accent stripes; Blackout grille; luggage rack with Black or Chamois leather hold-down straps, brightly buckled; cast aluminum wheels with Chamois-painted spokes.
(8 photos of a 1977 Tan Yellow Gold Mach 1 Mustang Hatchback) Tan 1977 Mustang II Mach-1 hatchback with a black underside. It wears a set of Weld Draglite wheels (15x4 front and 15x8 rear). It still has it's original paint! Under the hood is a 302ci V8. It has a floor-shifted automatic transmission.
(7 photos of a 2006 Chameleon Saleen S281-E Mustang Coupe) This is an awesome 2006 Saleen S281-E Mustang with special order color changing Saleen Chameleon paint. This Saleen has all the Extreme options including super charger, front and rear fascias, and interior upgrades.
(3 photos of a 2010 Sunset Gold Mustang GT Convertible) This Sunset Gold 2010 Mustang GT is owned by Paul Alexander of Fort Macleod, Alberta, Canada. The sun really shows off the color, absolutely amazing. This Mustang GT has the optional 19 inch bright machined aluminum wheels,.