4 pictures (4 cars) found: sub-model of "California Special", stry of "yes"
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(from page 1 of the 1968 Collection)
Royal Maroon 1968 Mustang GT California Special hardtop owned by Don Potter from Ohio. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for March 2nd, 2008. Don has this extra information to share, "The car was found on the internet and purchased February 2004 from an exotic car dealer in the Seattle, Washington area. The photos I received with car indicated that the body work and paint were done in September 1997 and is still in very good shape. The engine bay and engine along with interior and floor pans were in pretty sad shape. The mileage at time of purchase was 54,243. Once the engine and tranny was pulled, the undercarriage was inspected completely. We found several modifications that led me to believe car had been extensively drag raced at one time. The right rear shock housing was pushed up and split in three areas. The trans linkage, clutch bracket and shifter had been modified. Since my purchase, the following work has been completed: interior gutted and replaced, dash repainted correct color and all dash pieces replaced, factory console replaced with a humphugger console, factory shifter replaced with a Hurst shifter, electrical gauges replaced with mechanical gauges, 390 engine replaced with a 428 Cobra Jet engine, grille replaced with correct GT/CS grille and Marchal fog lights, front and rear bumpers replaced, engine bay detailed, rearend rebuilt with new axles and 325:1 Posi w/traction bars, GT pop-open gas cap added, standard LED sequential tail lights from Mustang Project, and the driver's side floor pan and passenger side floor pans replaced along with left front torque box."
(from page 15 of the 2007 Collection)
Grabber Orange 2007 Mustang GT California Special coupe owned by Chris Borden. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting March 22, 2015. Chris tells us, "This is my first Mustang. I bought this two days ago at a BMW dealership. It was a one-owner trade-in and is in immaculate condition with very low mileage. I can hardly contain my excitement at having found it because I have salivated over Grabber Orange since it was first introduced when I was in High School."
(from page 23 of the 2008 Collection)
Grabber Orange 2008 Mustang GT/CS convertible owned by Serge Therrien from Gatineau, Quebec, Canada. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting October 18, 2015. Serge tells us more, "I always liked the Mustang. I had one when I was 21 years old. It was a 1981 Mustang
Cobra brand new but I had to get rid of it. Once the kids were all grown up, I got a 2003 black Mustang GT. When Ford came out with the redesign Mustang in 2005, looks a lot like the 1969 or 1970 which I love, I know I had to get one. So in 2012 I bought used a 2008 Mustang GT/CS Orange Grabber U3. I get a lot of compliments on the colour. There are not many of them. Mine is 29 out of 113 made in the convertible. Modifications include; two tone light bar with Plexiglass and leather that cover back seat, cold air intake, strut bar, sequential lights and other small modifications. In spring 2014, the best trip ever with my girlfriend took the Mustang across the country to Vegas, Grand Canyon, Highway 66, and also down the Pacific Coast Highway to Santa Monica pier - always with the top down."
(from page 3 of the 2009 Collection)
Performance White 2009 Mustang GT California Special convertible owned by Annie Gagnon from Gatineau, Quebec, Canada. Annie tells us, "My nick name is 'Mustang Girl Annie'. I have a GT/CS with horse tattoo on my back and a Mustang horse and Mustang in script on my leg. My husband bought me my first stang in 2007 - a gorgeous 2000 LX convertible silver. That was her name too, for saying thank you for supporting him and my kids while he was in Afghanistan for 8 months. Oh my - it started a crazy passion, added parts, joined the Gatineau Mustang club, got the tats, and sold it in 2009 to realize my dream of buying a GT/CS. It happened on January 26 2009. It will be mine for ever. I just added a few interior chrome parts, a custom tonneau cover, and a Roush CAI. I'm thinking of having a custom 'support our troops' ribbon painted on my hood depending of the price. It would be my way of saying thank you to my husband and all the soldiers for what they do for our Country. Be safe and let's ride the pony :-) Mustang