(1 photo of a 1965 Mustang Bank Robber Special Hardtop Advertisement) Have you ever heard of the 1965 Mustang Bank Robber Special? It was a special model advertised by Twin City Finance in the May 18th, 1968 edition of The Times newspaper from Shreveport, Louisiana. Special identifying features include a filled bullet hole in the body and special rate bail bonds financing.|
(1 photo of a 1966 Mustang Silver Mink Limited Edition Hardtop Advertisement) Have you ever heard of a Silver Mink Anniversary 1966 Limited Edition Mustang which came out in Ohio-West Virginia for the One Millionth Mustang Sale. This is a newspaper advertisement we found for a limited edition 1966 Mustang painted in Thunderbird Silver Mink. This ad was placed by Biggio Ford of Steuenville, Ohio, in the April 11th, 1966 edition of the Weirton Daily Times of Weirton, West Virginia. It says the Mustang also comes with a black vinyl top. See the next page for the full advertisement. Here is what a Silver Mink Ford Galaxy looks like.
(1 photo of a 1966 Mustang Easter Collection Of Colors Hardtop Advertisement) This is an April 7th, 1966 advertisement by Jackson Goldie Ford in the Oakland Tribune of Oakland, California. It shows one of the sales based on the colors available in 1966 including special order Playboy Pink and Thunderbird Honeydew Yellow. Sales like this were common in 1966, 1967 and 1968, mainly because of the availability of pink. We call it the Easter Collection of Colors. We've edited this advertisement by removing all the other cars listed. Here are those colors on Mustangs: .
(1 photo of a 1966 Blue And White Mustang Players Special Edition Hardtop) This is an introductory ad for the Alberta July - September 1966 Player's big "Mustang-A-Week" contest for a special blue and white 1966 Mustang Players special edition. A winner was selected every two weeks for 10 weeks, giving away 5 Mustangs. We found it in the July 25th edition of the Lethbridge Herald of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. All Player's Mustangs have the 200 cubic inch, six cylinder engine, 3 speeds manual transmission and, full hubcaps, and an AM radio.
(1 photo of a 1966 Mustang Colt Hardtop Advertisement) Bob Davidson Ford in Baltimore Maryland advertised their 1966 Mustang Colt special edition again for their 4th of July celebration sale. Cost was only $2195. This advertisement was found in the July 3rd 1966 edition of The Baltimore Sun newspaper. Their advertisement said that they were holding a Bargain B-Que and were offering six-packs of Coke and Colt 45 beer to anyone over the age of 21 who had an official appraisal and demonstration. Besides the reference to Colt 45 beer, the ad shows a Colt emblem applied to the rear roof C-pillar. Check out our next two images for more detailed shots. Advertised features of the 1966 Mustang Colt this time include; automatic transmission, 200ci 6-Cylinder engine, bucket seats, full console, wire wheel covers, heater, chrome body moldings, windshield washer, back-up lights, padded dash, and full carpet. This was similar to the February advertisement with the stated additions of the normally stock bucket seats, chrome body molding, windshield washer, and backup lights. The blue or white exterior paint colors are not listed but the 5th car listed on the right indicates that a black Mustang was converted into a Colt.
(1 photo of a 1967 Bermuda Sand Mustang She Country Special Hardtop) Here is Ann Goodro's photo of the Bermuda Sand 1967 She Country Special hardtop with deluxe wheel covers and louvered hood. A purple (Evening Orchid) She Country Special GT is in the background.
(1 photo of a 1967 Bluebonnet Mustang Lone Star Limited Hardtop) 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."
(1 photo of a 1967 Gold Mustang Limited Edition 400 Hardtop) Here is a close-up of Gary's Deep Metallic Gold 1967 Limited Edition 400 Mustang. The '400' emblems are on the front fender just in forward of the front wheel opening.
(1 photo of a 1967 Lime Gold Mustang Blazer Limited Edition Hardtop Advertisement) Just arrived... Mustang Blazers! Limited Editions. says this Cumberland, Maryland newspaper advertisement from November 11, 1966. It says, Mustang Blazer! Hardtop favorite - different in a very special way from all other Mustang Hardtops! Lime Gold body, black top. Personal nameplate inside, Blazer nameplate outside. Built for this area only. Don't wait - order now! Optional - choice of V8 engines, new 2-way cruise-o-matic Drive. And all this for $2451.46. We are the first to show you this series of newspaper articles from the Maryland, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio area featuring a newly discovered 1967 Mustang Limited Edition called the "Mustang Blazer". We found many advertisements in local newspapers from mid November through mid December 1966. All of them featured women; therefore, we think this limited edition Mustang was designed more for women. This advertisement was placed by several dealerships: Grantsville Motor Service, Gratton Ford, Shaffer Ford, Kowell Ford, and Jim Beamer Ford in the November 11th edition of the Cumberland Evening Times of Cumberland, Maryland. The Blazer option was also on the Ford Galaxie 500.
(1 photo of a 1967 Pink Mustang Tussy Hardtop Advertisement) Advertisement for the Tussy Mustang Sweepstakes. Three winners receive a 1967 Mustang in the Tussy Pink shade of their choice. The colors may have been the three new revved-up shades of Tussy lipstick: Racy Pink, Shimmery Racy Pink Frosted, and Defroster. This ad is from the September 1966 edition of the Seventeen magazine. The date of this ad may explain the use of a 1966 Mustang in the photos.
(1 photo of a 1967 Raven Black Mustang GT Hardtop) This amazing 1967 Raven Black GT Mustang is our Attitude of the Week starting October 15th, 2018. Amanda Svencer sent us this photo to be part of our new book Mustang Special Editions. Amanda also has a 2008 Sherrod Mustang in the book. 10+ years of site visitors like you have helped us create this book. It has ~200 pages, 10x10 inches in size, 457 color & 52 b/w photos, ~96,000 words, and 662 Mustang special edition models by year divided 216 categories. Download a printable index of all the special Mustang Special Editions in the book by year, name, and location. Thank you Amanda for being part of this project!
(4 photos of a 1967 Burnt Amber Brown Mustang Branded Hardtop) Here's that "Branded ID" shield shaped emblem on the front fender. It has two running horses on it. I haven't seen one of these emblems before.
(1 photo of a 1967 White Mustang Indy Pacesetter Hardtop) Have you ever seen one of these? Have you ever heard of the Indy Pacesetter Special? It was produced to honor the Indy 500 race, without being an official Indy pacecar. These special dual stripes were unique to the limited edition model. According to the owner, Fran, these stripes have been painted on, we think the original were reflective tape stripes. Features of this special included Scotchlite (reflective) stripes (possibly blue over black dual stripes), special rear grille (white taillight panel with blue stripes as shown here), sporty louvered hood with integrated turn signals, sport tires with the optional V8, bucket seats, blue interior vinyl trim, full carpeting, and full wheel covers with whitewall tires. We believe they all came in Wimbledon White exterior paint. Fran tell us the Marti Report on his car states that 324 were ordered by Allen County Motors of Fort Wayne, Indiana. We've found many newspaper advertisements about the sale of this car in 1967.
(1 photo of a 1967 Mustang Branded Hardtop Advertisement) Check out this Branded Mustang ad. The Branded options were dealer added on used 1965-68 Mustangs. This dealer ad is from Ashley Ford, in Benton Harbor, Michigan. The ad was shown The News - Palldaium newspaper on January 24, 1969. This ad documents some interesting facts about the option that I haven't seen before. It says that the vinyl tops could be in four patterns - Paisley, Sculptured, Tweed, or Leather. They also came in 15 different colors. Or you could get just white or black. The stripes came in five different colors. And the emblems came in either a gold or silver color finish. Another interesting item is that this dealership offered the Branding option to a your own Mustang if you brought it in.
(1 photo of a 1967 Deep Metallic Gold Mustang Limited Edition 400 Hardtop Advertisement) mustang Here is a new one! This is an advertisement of a 1967 Limited Edition 400 special model for the Chicagoland area only as it states. We have found several versions of this advertisement published in the Chicagoland area on December 8th, 1966. It says, Announcing a new Limited Edition Mustang. Only 400 people in the USA will be driving one of these special Mustangs (and they'll all be in the Chicagoland Area). Mustang Hardtop - Limited Edition 400, built for the Chicagoland area only! Specially painted in a distinctive, deep metallic gold. Special high-style trim and deluxe equipment includes: new automatic/manual SelectShift Cruise-O-Matic, radio, deluxe wheel covers, "breather" hood louvers with turn signal indicators, bright-metal moldings at wheel cutouts and rear deck lid, Limited Edition 400 emblem on fender, personal nameplate on instrument panel. Order now - when these are gone there won't be any more! We are not sure what the Limited Edition 400 fender emblem looks like but there is a drawing of the instrument panel nameplate. We found this ad for Bradshaw Ford in the December 8th, 1966, edition of the Blue Island Sun-Standard of Blue Island, Illinois. Blue Island is in the south part of Chicago. We've never heard of this special model before. If anyone has more information, let us know.
(1 photo of a 1967 Mustang Lone Star Limited Hardtop Advertisement) It's here! A new Texas Ford Dealer exclusive! Special Limited-Edition Mustang... says a Ford advertisement in the May 11th, 1967, edition of The Gilmer Mirror newspaper of Gilmer, Texas. It says, This specially built, custom-equipped Mustang Hardtop is a Lone Star exclusive. Texas Ford Dealers have ordered all they can get - and you still won't see many around because this is a special limited-production model. Check the extras you get - all included in the special low price! GT hood with built-in turn signal indicators, rocker panel moldings, wheel covers, chromed air cleaner, whitewalls, vinyl-covered shift lever (with Cruise-O-Matic option), Lone Star Limited emblem. This ad was placed by the Long Motor Company. The same ad was placed by Bill Utter Ford in the April 14th, 1967, edition of the Denton Record-Chronicle newspaper in Denton, Texas.
(1 photo of a 1967 Mustang Centennial Special Hardtop Advertisement) Here is a full view of the lower part of the Nebraska 1967 Centennial Special Hardtop Mustang listing the included Sports Sprint options as well as the Ford Custom 500 Centennial White Sale Special in Brittany Blue or Wimbledon White. There was also a Galaxie 500 in two-tone exterior color combinations or the same four Centennial Special colors of the Mustang Centennial Special: Centennial Blue, Lincoln Green, Summer Wheat, and Big Red.
(2 photos of a 1968 Gulfstream Aqua Blue Mustang GT California Special Hardtop) Gulfstream Aqua 1968 Mustang GT/CS California Special hardtop owned by Arlie Moses and now Shane Mills. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week photo for 6-15-08. Options include the C-code 289ci V8 engine, C4 transmission, 3.00 open rear, air conditioning, power steering, and power disc brakes.
(1 photo of a 1968 Special Gold Paint Mustang Golden Mustang Limited Edition Hardtop) Russell Crull may have found an Iowa/Illinois specially gold painted 1968 territorial special edition Mustang called the Golden Mustang Limited Edition. The special promotional Mustangs featured special gold paint, louvered hood, sport wheel covers, and a special Golden Mustang Limited Edition badge. Russell ordered a Marti report which confirmed that his car is a Golden Mustang and it was ordered by Bemis Motor in Oregon, IL and sold in April of 1968. Stay tuned for more information.
(4 photos of a 1968 Seafoam Green Mustang Challenger Special Hardtop) Another view of Kerry's Seafoam Green 1968 Mustang Challenger Special hardtop with black vinyl roof, white side C-stripes, and argent style GT wheels. Under the hood is a 1968 GT350 302ci V8 with an original dealer modified Shelby intakes and a special 4118 Holley carburetor. The Mustang Challenger was a Mississippi dealer special promotion but similar options and upgrades were offered by other dealers across the nation.