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(from page 50 of the 1968 Collection) A nice angled downward left side shot of a special order Passionate Pink 1968 Mustang hardtop.


(from page 53 of the 1968 Collection) Here's a special one! It's a Passionate Pink 1968 Mustang hardtop. The Passionate Pink (repaint) is the original color - the black hood stripes and hood scoop were added by the owner. Why is it painted pink? Probably because it was part of a dealer sales promotion. Both the Rainbow of Colors and Color of the Month promotions included this shade of pink. Since the DSO is not LA or San Jose and it wasn't built in San Jose, it's not the Rainbow of Colors. This was built in Dearborn and has a DSO of Cleveland (322391) and delivered to Beasley Ford in Columbus Ohio (dealer 42C001).

(from page 53 of the 1968 Collection) Passionate Pink 1968 Mustang hardtop, rear view. The owner added some Shelby parts, like the rear spoiler.


(from page 57 of the 1968 Collection) This is a 1968 Mustang hardtop with special order paint Caribbean Coral (WT9012) which was used in two 1968 promotions. This color was called Eastertime Coral for the April Color of the Month promotion, and it was called Caribbean Coral for the 1968 to 1969 west coast Rainbow of Colors promotion. The Rainbow of Colors promotion allowed new Mustang owners a discount on sport options and one of 13 special order paint colors.

(from page 57 of the 1968 Collection) Special order Caribbean Coral 1968 Rainbow of Colors promotional Mustang with black vinyl roof and aftermarket GT sport wheels. The non-GT version of these optional wheels were commonly included in the Rainbow of Colors promotion, as was the vinyl roof, and louvered hood.

(from page 57 of the 1968 Collection) Rainbow of Colors promotional 1968 Mustang with special order Caribbean Coral paint and C-code 289 cubic inch V8 engine connected to its dual exhaust. The chrome door edge guards were both a factory and a dealer installed option.

(from page 57 of the 1968 Collection) Even though this car has been repainted, it is a pretty good match to its original color. Check out the color under the carpet in the trunk (last photo of this set) or other Caribbean Coral Mustangs on this site.

(from page 57 of the 1968 Collection) Right side view of a Caribbean Coral, Rainbow of Colors promotional, 289ci V8, Mustang hardtop.

(from page 57 of the 1968 Collection) Another awesome view of this special Caribbean Coral Mustang hardtop.


(from page 64 of the 1968 Collection) Passionate Pink 1968 Mustang hardtop which was part of the Color of the Month promotion when new. It was the February color - for Valentines Day. This one has a white interior and a white vinyl top.

(from page 64 of the 1968 Collection) Passionate Pink 1968 Color of the Month Mustang hardtop, left side view.

(from page 64 of the 1968 Collection) This car is bright! The wide white wall tires go well with the white top.


(from page 68 of the 1968 Collection) This car needs restoration but its a special order car. It has special order Eastertime Coral exterior paint as part of the April 1968 Color of the Month promotion. Other upgrades includes a 289ci V8 engine (removed, not on this car anymore), automatic transmission, power steering, AM radio, tinted glass, wheel covers; most of which is missing. This car was ordered with Orville and Ann's Mustang, since it has the same DSO and special order number. The door tag to this car reads 65A blank 2A 15D 513000 2 W; where the paint code is blank.


(from page 12 of the 1969 Collection) This special order 1969 Sportsroof is being restored by David Laidlaw of Chesterfield, Derbyshire in the U.K. Hopefully we will get more photos as the restoration progresses. We think it maybe a late part of the Rainbow of Colors West coast promotion. David writes, Bought the car from Colorado Springs back in 2007. Comes with Marti Report verifying its authenticity. Car was a combination of grey primer and yellow when bought, but on stripping down all the internal box sections and floor pans were pink. Originally had a 6 cylinder engine but arrived with a 302 lump and a three speed top loader in the trunk. It is now undergoing a complete tear down and ground up restoration to restore it to its original colour. Bodywork was excellent apart from the rear, trunk and bottom of rear arches. Rear rails were excellent. I have also replaced a section of rear floor (small hole), front footwells and the inner panel below the battery tray. It still has original drivers door and tag (paint code blank, DSO 737479) and only the passenger door and hood have been replaced since it was built. I have restored the 302 lump and gearbox but have retained all the original spec running gear and replaced with new, like-for-like. Don't have a go at me for spraying the engine bay pink, I know it should be satin black but we tend to colour the bay up in U.K. restorations and I can tell you this involves a staggering amount of preparation to get it to look good. The car should be finished in the next year and will be running on original genuine Ford Magnum 500's that I have located. Exhaust is a Flowmaster twin pipe setup and all chromework has either been replaced or restored along with glass and new interior. Should look a right eyefull when complete and is probably the only 69 SportsRoof in the U.K. in pink and may only be on of a handful of survivors in the World. I have not come across another one to date.


(from page 15 of the 1971 Collection) This Dusk Rose 1971 Mustang Mach 1 was originally purchased new by Lois Eminger. She worked for Ford and helped many Thunderbird and Mustang owners find original invoices. It was painted Dusk Rose to match her 1957 Dusk Rose Thunderbird. Paul Eminger, Lois's son, now owns this car. It was our Attitude Of The Week for the week starting July 18th, 2010. We met Paul and his car at the 2010 Mustang Club of America Grand National 30th Mustang car show in Bellevue, Washington. This year, Paul's car won first in its class of "Occasionally Driven".

(from page 15 of the 1971 Collection) Paul's Dusk Rose 1971 Mustang Mach 1 sportsroof, left front view. Originally this car was white, but Lois Eminger had it painted her favorite 1957 Thunderbird Dusk Rose right away. Lois also bought a dusk rose 1967 Mustang hardtop which is now owned by her grandson.

(from page 15 of the 1971 Collection) Here is a photo of Paul's Dusk Rose 71 Mustang in the sun.


(from page 11 of the 1972 Collection) This is an amazing special order Playboy Pink 1972 Mustang hardtop with white vinyl and a 168hp (at 4000rpm), 351 cubic inch, 2 barrel, V8 engine. Although this car has been restored, this is the same special order color the car was originally painted. The wheels have been replaced.

(from page 11 of the 1972 Collection) Playboy Pink 1972 Mustang white vinyl hardtop, front end view. The white mirrors are unusual. Mustang standard mirrors where chrome and the molded sport mirrors were usually color matched to the exterior paint. In this case they are white. This is either a mistake during restoring, or these are replacement mirrors.

(from page 11 of the 1972 Collection) Playboy Pink 1972 Mustang white vinyl hardtop, right front view.

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