44 cars (247 pictures) found: model of "GT", exterior color of "green", grouped by car
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(6 photos of a 1965 Ivy Green Mustang GT Convertible) Ivy Green 1965 Mustang GT convertible owned by Steve from Colchester, Vermont. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting February 22, 2015. This GT has its original 289ci 4V V8 engine and an automatic transmission. Steve tells us more, "I bought the car in December 2013 from a muscle car dealer in Illinois. The car had been consigned from an owner in California. Many records came with the car which was produced originally in San Jose. The records show two long term owners in Northern California (San Jose area) but I haven't yet been able to trace owners from the 60s and 70s. The car was in need of some restoration and so far I have installed new convertible top, new carpet, new electrical harnesses in engine bay and under dash. The seats only required some cleanup, but I did replace the foam. The car came with Magnums which were wrong for 1965 so I replaced those with 14-inch styled steel wheels and new dual red line radial tires from Coker. The paint was great - only required some polishing and waxing. The undercarriage was restored before I bought the car and is very clean. The Mustang is a true GT and drives great! The top is even powered. It's a keeper."
(2 photos of a 1965 Ivy Green Mustang GT Fastback)
Ivy Green 1965 Mustang GT fastback owned by Johannes Mikkelsen from Denmark. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week
for the week starting January 26, 2020. Johannes tells us more, "It is a real GT and has the optional deluxe Pony Interior. We bought this car in 2018, from a guy in Austin Texas and had it shipped to Denmark. He had owned the car for 6 years, but only had interest in the car as an investment.
The owner that had the car between 1991 and 2012 had the car restored.
The car has 90% original sheet metal and 90% original interior which is really something special. The car has lived most its life in Louisville Kentucky. From 1965 to 2012. Its a high optioned car which include: A code engine, C4 automatic transmission, Interior decor group, full length console, GT Equipment Group, Rally Pac, Factory Air conditioner, Back up lamps, power steering, heavy duty battery, 2 speed wipers, rear seat belts, and inside day/nite mirror."
(2 photos of a 1965 Ivy Green Mustang GT Convertible)
The top is up on this Ivy Green 1965 Mustang GT convertible with steel styled wheels, GT rocker panel stripes, GT fender emblem, grille mounted fog lamps, and a V8 engine under the hood. This car was at the 2010 MCA Grand Nationals car show held in Bellevue, Washington.
(3 photos of a 1965 Ivy Green Mustang GT Fastback)
This Ivy Green 1965 Mustang GT fastback was at the 2010 Mustang Club of America Grand Nationals car show held in Bellevue, Washington. This Mustang GT has steel styled wheels, white rocker panel stripes, GT fender emblem, grille mounted fog lamps, and a 289ci V8 under the hood.
(3 photos of a 1966 Ivy Green Mustang GT T-5 Convertible) Ivy Green 1966 Mustang GT T-5 convertible that was once owned by Emmanuel Theux from Monte-Carlo. T-5 was the Mustang model sold in Germany, because the model name of "Mustang" could not be used because a trunk company had registered it first in Germany. Not sure how many people would confuse a Mustang truck with the Mustang car. This one has a K-code HiPo 289ci V8 engine. Emmanuel sold it to a private museum in Switzerland. Emmanuel has owned many Mustangs
(7 photos of a 1966 Sauterne Gold Mustang GT Fastback)
Check out this Sauterne Gold 1966 Mustang GT fastback. The owner of CloudCasters owns it. It was our featured Attitude Of The Week
for the week starting January 2nd, 2011. The owner comments, "It had been sitting for 4+ years on four flats with an unmolested deluxe interior and exterior. It had a 450 HP dual carbed 302 with a Tremec 6-speed and Total Control Products (TCP) for coil-overs. I got it home, changed all fluids, and added a set of Vari-Shock dual adjustable shocks. A new battery was needed, so a Gel cell red top was added. It was already relocated to the trunk. After a few cranks it fired right up. I ran it down to the muffler shop and purchased 2-1/4-inch pipe with Flow Masters. I drove vehicle for three years until a complete (down to frame) restoration was done. The tear down revealed a dead mice nest in headliner and others in the rear wheel wells. I thought there was an odd smell. The color is Sauterne and is as close as one can get, with modern paints, to the original with the Wimbledon White stripes. The wheels are original style and size. Two sets were purchased and used to make one set that is wider and offset. The semi-slick Toyo R888 are perfectly sized at 235/50/15 in the rear and 205/50/15 up front. All four corners have disk brakes, SSBC up front and the large stock ones that came on the 9-inch Lincoln Versi rear end. The differential is a built with 3.80 gears, connected using an aluminum drive shaft. The steering is done with Flaming River components and a sub-frame kit welded underneath. This car is solid, and has been done very very well."
(9 photos of a 1967 Lime Gold Green Mustang GT GT Hardtop) Here is a rare one. It's a Lime Gold 1967 Mustang GTA coupe. There is a GTA emblem on the front fender behind the front wheels. The GTA is a GT optioned Mustang with an Automatic transmission. GTA designations were only available in 1967. Factory options include: closed crankcase emission system, exhaust emission control, GT equipment group, C-6 Select Shift Cruise-O-Matic automatic transmission, Equa-Lock differential, rocker panel molding, upper and lower console, Deluxe steering wheel, power steering, Tilt-Away steering wheel, Selectaire air conditioning, AM/FM radio, exterior decor group, interior decor group, tinted glass, Deluxe seat belts, and styled steel wheels
(1 photo of a 1967 Dark Moss Green Mustang GT Fastback) Dark Moss Green 1967 Mustang GT fastback with sport wheels, hood vents, hood pins, fog lamps, metal rocker panel molding, and GT fender emblem. This photo is available in two wallpaper sizes; 800-600 wallpaper
and 2400-1600 wallpaper
(6 photos of a 1967 Lime Gold Mustang GT GT Hardtop)
Lime Gold 1967 Mustang GTA hardtop with the louvered hood and black vinyl top. Vinyl tops were very popular in the 60s and 70s. Many people change to a body colored painted top when restoring cars that originally came with vinyl tops.
(4 photos of a 1967 Dark Moss Green Mustang GT Fastback)
Check out this Dark Moss Green 1967 Mustang GT fastback. Its very similar to the 1968 Mustang in the movie Bullitt
. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week
for the week starting June 13, 2010. This car was on display at the 29th Annual Central Illinois Ford Day Show in Bloomington, Illinois.
(6 photos of a 1968 Highland Green Mustang GT Hardtop) Highland Green 1968 Mustang GT with 230 hp (at 4800 rpm), 302 cubic inch, 4 barrel, V8 engine.
(4 photos of a 1968 Seafoam Green Mustang GT Hardtop) Seafoam Green 1968 Mustang GT hardtop owned by Dave. Dave comments, "The car was restored in 2000. I purchased it in 2005. It is a 'J' code Mustang with the 302 4-BBL engine with C-4 transmission. It is the original color Seafoam Green. The interior was changed to black when it was restored - the original was Ivy Green. The most interesting story is that I found the build sheet behind the dash when I was replacing bulbs in the instrument cluster and it confirmed everything that was on the car."
(13 photos of a 1968 Lime Gold Green Mustang GT California Special Hardtop) This Lime Gold 1968 Mustang GT California Special hardtop was our Attitude Of The Week for December 1st, 2007. The California Special options group included a Shelby style decklid with a spoiler, unique taillights, and a blacked-out grille with out Mustang identification. In the CS option the GT was purposely missing from the normal GT wheelcovers. A similar option package was available in Colorado called the High Country Special.
(6 photos of a 1968 Highland Green Mustang GT California Special Hardtop) This is a Highland Green 1968 Mustang California Special hardtop. They are also called GT/CS cars. Steve McQueen drove a Highland Green 1968 Mustang GT fastback in the movie Bullitt. This one is an original code-R Highland Green Mustang, with code 2A black interior, date code 29C March 29th 1968 build, ordered by code-71 Los Angeles district, code-2 rear end with 2.79 gears, and a code-W C-4 automatic.
(1 photo of a 1968 Highland Green Mustang GT California Special Hardtop) Highland Green 1968 GT California Special hardtop with Argent style GT wheels, black vinyl top, metal rocker panel trim, fog lamps, side scoops, GT/CS side stripe and graphics, and an emblem-less front grille. This photo is available in two wallpaper sizes; 1024-768 wallpaper
and 2400-1600 wallpaper
(17 photos of a 1968 Seafoam Green Mustang GT California Special Hardtop)
An incredible Seafoam Green 1968 Mustang GTCS hardtop with white side stripes; Argent styled steel wheels with GT hub caps; Shelby side scoops, rear wing, and fog lamps; louvered hood with integrated turn signals (facing the driver); and a 289ci, 2 valve, V8 engine.
(6 photos of a 1968 Lime Gold Mustang GT California Special Hardtop)
This Lime Gold 1968 Mustang GT California Special with black vinyl roof was at the 2010 Mustang Roundup car show held in Bellevue, Washington. This GT/CS was ordered with the GT option which included dual exhaust with quad exhaust tips, argent slotted steel wheels with GT center caps, and heavy duty front and rear spring. All other standard 1968 GT options were not used including the GT gas cap which probably could be ordered separately.
(5 photos of a 1969 Lime Gold Green Mustang GT Hardtop) Lime Gold 1969 Mustang GT hardtop with a dark ivy colored interior. This car has white rocker stripes with GT lettered on them. It has hood pin locks and even GT wheels.
(1 photo of a 1990 Deep Emerald Green Mustang GT Anniversary Convertible) This Deep Emerald Green 1990 Mustang GT Anniversary convertible is owned by Steve Poiry of New Haven, Indiana. Steve says, I have owned the car since October of 2007. Since then I changed the wheels and tires. However, I kept the original wheels and tires as the car only had 4000 miles on it when I bought it. These 35th Anniversary Mustangs are sometimes called a 7-UP car because 30 of these were to be given away by the 7-UP Bottling Company as a promotional item. These cars actually started life at the ford factory as coupes! They were converted to convertibles.
(4 photos of a 1991 Deep Emerald Mustang GT Hatchback) Deep Emerald 1991 Mustang GT hatchback with a two-tone paint. The lower is painted Titanium Frost. The interior is gray in color. It has a 5.0L V8 engine and a manual transmission.
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