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(from page 6 of the 1970 Collection) Grabber Blue 1970 Mustang hardtop owned by Frank Norman from Cleveland, Texas. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting August 22, 2010. This car came from the factory in Grabber Blue. It has a 351ci V8 and an automatic transmission. Frank tells us more, "I have had it since my senior year of High School in 1992. It has come down a long road. It had an '89 302 when I bought it, but it didn't last. I found a '72 Torino with the Cobra Jet Cleveland and C6. It has been warmed .030 over, Weiand intake, Holly 750, Isky valvtrain, Crane rollers, etc, Mach 1 seats, custom console, Grant steering wheel, etc."

(from page 6 of the 1970 Collection) Medium Lime Metallic 1970 Mustang convertible owned by D Cooper Colbert from Pennsylvania. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting September 5, 2010. The owner tells us more, "It was just restored. I am the original owner. There is still some to go but I am real happy with the results so far! In 1978, I changed the green color to Grabber Orange, took off the road in 1988, and 07/2009 started the restoration putting the color back to original."

(from page 7 of the 1970 Collection) Candy Apple Red 1970 Mach 1 Mustang fastback owned by Paul Stein from Fergus Falls, Minnesota. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting September 19, 2010. "This is the car I drove by on my way to work. I could not help loving it. She was owned at the time by an Auto Detailer in Bloomington, Minnesota. As luck would have it, one fall November day in 1982 as I was pulling into my previous employer Freeway Fords lot, there she sat in the used car row. Further investigation led me to find out that she was there for sale on consignment. Well as soon as I could, I went to visit its owner and inquired about the Stang. We came to an agreement that if it did not sell at Freeway, I could buy her for $2800. Well being the time of the year it was, she did not sell for Freeways asking price and the deal was made between its owner and I. It was not easy to put together the $2800 then but with help from Family, I was able to seal the deal after Thanksgiving 1982. I know little of its owner who originally put the car into the state it is in today. As you see it now is the way it looked when I purchased it. I do know it was painted its Candy Apple Red color while he was going to Auto Body class at Dunwoody in Mpls sometime in the late 70s. As you can see, the paint is holding up pretty well."

(from page 8 of the 1970 Collection) Check out this 1970 Mustang fastback that Dominic Napolitano picked up! Dominic tells us more, "It has a 302 with 3-speed, but not sure if its factory. The car spent most of its life in Texas, but enough time in Michigan to develop a little cancer. I have most of the sheet metal to restore her. Its a Father-Son Project (mostly father, Son is 4). I have a 95 Lightning engine for it and shopping for a T5. Its definitely a 'barn find' - only gave a thousand for her. "

(from page 9 of the 1970 Collection) Brilliant Effects Red 1970 Mustang fastback owned by Terry Byrne. It has the original 351ci engine and an automatic transmission. Terry tells how he got it, "In 1991 while working in a bodyshop, it was towed in wrecked. I bought it and restored it myself. I had a friend {the painter in the shop} spray it with 13 coats Spies Hecker Brilliant Effects Red. It has 4 wheel disc brakes, air conditioning, stainless steel exhaust, original window sticker, and Marti Report."

(from page 10 of the 1970 Collection) Red 1970 Mustang convertible owned by Werner from Germany. It has a 302ci V8 and an automatic transmission. Werner tells us, "I am the owner since 2005. The previous owner had the car 15 years in a dry garage and did not use it. The condition was really bad. I have renewed the interior, blasted underfloor, all lines and pipes, gas tank, overhauled engine, and done all the little repairs. Just recently I put some new parts on it. Now with new electronic ignition, Ford Racing spark plug wires, Monte Carlo bar, master cylinder, radiator expansion tank, grille below the front bumper, and two new Borla Pro XS Mufflers."

(from page 11 of the 1970 Collection) Black 1970 Mustang fastback owned by Scott Schuster from Medina, Ohio. It has its original 302ci V8 and a manual transmission. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting July 21, 2013. Scott tells us, "Found behind a barn. I wanted a Stang like my favorite one from when I was 18 yrs old. After 4 1/2 years I got r done, with a little self custom work (lights and interior)"

(from page 11 of the 1970 Collection) Check out Robert Garcia's 1970 Mustang fastback. It's painted in Perfect Purple and Alabaster Grey. Robert tells us, "I bought this car in 1986 when I was 15 years old. In 1992 I was hit by a drunk driver and have been hauling the car around every time I moved. Finally in 2009 I started the restoration project and finished it in 2013. 302 with Hooker headers, Holley carb, and Lunati cam. Mustang II front end, VintageAir A/C, and Heidts 4 link rear suspension."

(from page 12 of the 1970 Collection) Silver Metallic Blue 1970 Mustang convertible owned by Mark Hummel from Owings Mills, Maryland. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting September 1, 2013. Mark shares, "After a five year search, I was able to find by 1970 Ford Mustang convertible. Its a H-code 351 Cleveland, 76B Deluxe interior, very rare one of 13 according to the Deluxe Marti Report, highly optioned with factory A/C, power disc brakes, convenience and decor group,, console, AM/FM stereo, and much more. I was able to obtain the original factory invoice from Kevin Marti as well (Eminger Report) and have the original window sticker. All the sheet metal is original although stripped and repainted three years ago in Dupont Jewel Blue to replicate the original color paint. The shaker hood and assembly is code correct and the Tony Branda Shelby padded rollbar is period correct. Interior is original (new door panels) with Rim Blow tilt steering, Shelby console gauge pod, and even data coded intermittent wipers. Rear LED sequential lights were added for safety and kool look. KMC hotwheel rims (17x8 in front, 17x9 in rear) round out the package with a 2-inch Shelby drop. Original Cleveland block, although the heads are new with a complete rebuild Dyno at 385 RWHP. I'm still searching that this Mustang may have been ordered and purchased by Hugh Hefner."

(from page 18 of the 1970 Collection) Nugget Gold 1970 Mustang hardtop owned by Brian Neal from Catskill. New York. It has a special order paint. Brian is searching for more information. Can you help? He comments, "Made in Metuchen, this coupe I think was a inexpensive coupe, but special in color. Ever heard or seen one like this before? I am second owner. " The Marti report calls it Medium Gold Metallic while the data tag says Nugget gold. It has the 250ci 6-cylinder engine.

(from page 19 of the 1970 Collection) Check this one out! It's a Grabber Orange 1970 Mustang fastback with the Grabber Package. Paul, the owner, shares, "I ordered it in December of 69 and picked it up May 1st of 70 for my last month of senior high. I saved my paper route money for 8 years and payed $2700 cash. It listed for $3200. That 1 picture is the only picture I have of when it was new. I have drag raced it, ran it at Bonneville twice and road raced it which is it's current form. It's a streetable road race car so it's not full road race." This Mustang was optioned with the "Grabber Special Value Package" which included; the special "C" stripe which is similar to the 1969 Boss side stripe but without the lettering, the F-code 302ci 2bbl engine, body colored side mirrors, blacked out rear taillight panel, and 14-inch wheels with dog dish plain hub caps.

(from page 4 of the 1971 Collection) Check out this heavily modified 1971 T-5 Mustang! It is owned by Russ Rainwater from Salem, Oregon. Russ explains, "I have completed many body modifications such as hood scoop, side intakes, ground effects, rear spoiler, and molded rear panel. I know this look may not be for everyone but I enjoy some things different than stock. Most recent upgrades were the 20-inch rims and dual exhaust exiting in front of the rear tires. Glass packs with a balance bar for a great classic muscle car sound. Future plans are B&M shifter, blacked out chrome, block sanding, then spray the gun metal gray with black stripes. Yes, painting the bumpers but I will leave the T-5 emblem. Did these cars have fender emblems on both sides or just the drivers? This is my birth year car and has been a blast to work on!"

(from page 4 of the 1971 Collection) Bright Red 1971 Mustang Spring Special Edition fastback owned by JT from Seattle, Washington. The Spring Edition added many of the Mach 1 and Boss appearance options. JT shares, "I purchased it from the original owner. It had been garaged mostly over the past two decades. He had to sell it because of his health - he is unable to drive. The plus side is that he lives two doors down from me and can visit anytime he wants. It is all original except for a AM/FM Cassette stereo installed sometime in the 1980s. I have had to do very little work to it except some minor paint and transmission maintenance. It was treated with care and well maintained. I have the original warranty card, owners manual and build sheet. I always wanted a 1st generation Mustang and while it is not a Mach 1 it is still very unique."

(from page 5 of the 1971 Collection) Medium Brown 1971 Mustang fastback owned by Hattie. It has a 302ci V8 engine and an automatic transmission. Hattie shares, "The man who owned this Mustang was getting married and had to sell either his speed boat or his Mustang. He decided to keep the boat and I got the better deal with the Mustang. I have had it since 1980 or 1981. Tell me if my Mustang isn't the twin sister to the Mustang on the Medium Brown 1971 Mustang Hardtop Promotional Sales Brochure!"

(from page 6 of the 1971 Collection) Bright Lime 1971 Mach 1 Mustang fastback owned by Dewey Castelein from Battle Creek, Michigan. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting March 2, 2014. Dewey shares, "I'm the second owner of this car. I bought it back in 1979 in California. It has tilt steering, Rim Blow, fold down rear seat, front and rear spoiler, louvers, Mach 1 stripes, the Boss 351 Ram Air (functional) hood and tail light panel, and LED sequential tail lights. I got the last OEM Ram Air through Ford dealer. I ordered it in 1981 and the Parts Department checked the microfiche and saw that there were only five left in Ford's inventory. When the parts guy started calling for the system, three were already sold. I ordered one and my buddy ordered the other one. One week later, mine showed up but my buddy's never did."

(from page 7 of the 1971 Collection) Black 1971 Mach 1 Mustang fastback owned by Adam Cunningham from Topeka, Kansas. Adam adds, "I bought this baby after I returned from deployment. I was looking for a 1967 or 1968 Mustang and stumbled across this and started making it everything I have ever wanted. For mods I have a Ford 9" rear with 4:11s, Mickey Thompson 29 x 18.5 Pro Comp tires, spec stage three clutch, of course the 4-speed top loader, 351c bored and stroked to a 408 (702 Hp 761 TQ), Weiand stack intake with dual 600 cfm carbs, Hooker super comp long tube headers, full roll cage and a bunch more just random little goodies."

(from page 1 of the 1972 Collection) White 1972 Mustang Sprint convertible owned by Rex Turner form Vienna, Virginia. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for January 20th, 2008. Rex tells us more, "I have owned this 1972 Sprint convertible for four years. It is one of fifty made for the DC Cherry Blossom Parade. The 72 sprints were made to commemorate the 72 Olympics. I am the 2nd owner and the car is unrestored." Check out the National Cherry Blossom Festival license plate on this car and the blooming cherry trees. Looks like Rex took this picture on a busy street. See the car coming in the background? Hurry up Rex and get out of the way! We also have a photo of this car and Rex's 1972 yellow Mach 1 together.

(from page 3 of the 1972 Collection) Here is Les with his 1972 Mustang named "Grrrtrude". Les explains, "My wife, Michele, bought me Grrrtrude in 2006 after an accident totaled our 93 Ford Explorer which we really liked. She also named her but I said if we name her Gertrude we will have to spell it like this, Grrrtrude, so it came to be. Then we started her transformation; scoops, ducktail spoiler, modified hood etc. When all the sudden I jokingly said she is Eleanor's sister wanting to give honor to both Eleanors."

(from page 7 of the 1972 Collection) Ivy Glow 1972 Mustang notchback owned by Zak from Seattle, Washington. It has the original 351ci-2V engine and an automatic transmission. Zak tells us, "I bought this car when I was 15 years old in May of 2012 when I didn't even have my drivers permit. We found it just up the street from where I live. It was sitting outside under a car cover for five years. The owner was offering $1,500. It was not running at the time. The car only needed a new set of tires, new fluids, fuel pump, battery, windshield wipers and a rebuilt carburetor. Cosmetically the car just needed a wash, wax and vacuuming. Other then that, the interior and exterior are virtually untouched since purchased. I later painted the vinyl roof and put a seal around the sunroof. The sunroof and baby moon rims were already put on when I bought the car. The car has the original paint (never repainted), factory A/C, shop manuals, owners manual, wiring diagram, documentation, spare tire, original hub caps (not currently installed), and original AM radio (not currently installed). I am currently a member of Pacific Cascade Mustang Club since February of 2013. The car is great and I love to drive it when the weather is good!"

(from page 7 of the 1972 Collection) Sapphire Blue 1972 Mach 1 Mustang fastback owned by David Pavlik from Cleveland, Ohio. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting February 13, 2017. It has it's original 248hp Cobra Jet 351ci 4-bbl V8 engine and an automatic transmission. David tells us more, "Bought it October 2015 from a lady in Rockport Ohio.. It was restored in 2002; Engine rebuilt, 30 CID bored over, Edelbrock carb and aluminum heads, competition cam, Headers and Flow Master Exhaust. Original color was 3J Medium Blue, now a Sapphire Blue. A northeast Ohio car all its life. I live 3 miles for the Ford Engine Plant. My grandfather retired from there in 1971. I drive by all the time and honk my horn as I scream past."

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