(11 photos of a 1999 Dark Satin Green Mustang GT Coupe) Dark Satin Green 1999 Mustang GT coupe owned by Jean-Francois Barrette from Quebec, QC, Canada. This is one of two greens offered in 1999 on the Mustang. The other is a lighter green called Electric Green. This is more of a gray green. Jean-Francois tells us, "Last summer, I had a 1999 Laser Red V6 convertible, and a friend want to buy it so I sold it and bought my 1999 Dark Green Satin hard top with only 35000km."|
(2 photos of a 1999 Electric Green Mustang SVT Cobra Coupe) Electric Green 1999 Cobra coupe owned by Stuart Urie from Milford, New Hampshire. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting December 24, 2012. Stuart tells us, "Kelly was bought by me in 2004. Back in spring 2006, after looking for about three years, I finally found a green '99 with charcoal for $13k and I went to work to think it over. When I got home it was gone. Later in August, after giving up looking, I looked on Autotrader one early morning and found another just posted. Same price $13k. I called/emailed... then wife said just get it.
I bought her sight unseen. And beat out two others from OR and AZ. One had called and offered to buy sight unseen 15 minutes after I had. I flew down
to AL to get it and had just paid for it when a local guy pulled in all excited and started opening the doors, etc. He had been spending some time convincing his wife to let him buy it. Anyway when I drove it back into NH and had time to look at the VIN. It turned out to be the same car I had found in the spring. Someone bought her, drove her for the summer, then traded her to a local Ford dealer, who then sold her to my AL dealer, who then posted her up on Autotrader again. Kelly was meant to be mine."
(5 photos of a 1999 Electric Green Mustang SVT Cobra Convertible) Electric Green 1999 Mustang SVT Cobra convertible with standard scoop-less hood and a more rounded front bumper cover. The SVT Cobra also cam with an independent rear suspension allowing its shocks to be relocated, stiffer rear springs, and a thicker swaybar allowing for sharper handling and a better ride. New in the 1999 Cobras was the 17 inch five-spoke, star-shaped wheel (this one shown in black).
(6 photos of a 1999 Electric Green Roush Mustang Coupe) Electric Green 1999 Roush Stage 2 Mustang coupe, with Roush wheels, Roush side body panels with side exhaust, custom rear spoiler, and a 4.6L V8 engine.
(5 photos of a 1999 Electric Green Mustang SVT Cobra Convertible) Electric Green 1999 SVT Cobra convertible owned by Brian Kessler from London West Virginia. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting December 8, 2013. Brian tells us, "Bought the car new. It only had 17 miles on it. Started modifying it about three months later. Started out with 4.30 gears. Then a nitrous system Kooks custom long tube headers and an X-pipe, Anderson Ford cold air intake, single blade throttle body 85mm mass air. Earlier this year had an accident had to change the front end to a 2003 cobra because the 99 was no longer available. Not long after that the motor blew. Got the MMR 5.0 stroker kit, new pistons, 65lb
injectors, Diablo custom tuned chip, new valves and springs in the
heads, new timing chain, bullet racing custom cams, and topped it off
with a Pro Charger D1 set at 13lbs."
(6 photos of a 1999 Electric Green Mustang SVT Cobra Convertible) I photographed this Electric Green 1999 Mustang Cobra convertible at the 2011 Mustang Roundup car show held in Bellevue, Washington.