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Here is a great shot of the 1966 to 1970 classic Mustang area of the 2010, Mustang car show in Port Angeles, Washington. Port Angeles is in the northern Olympic peninsula of Washington on the shores of the Juan De Fuca Strait which is just on the other side of the buildings in the background. The snow covered Olympic mountain range is behind. It was an overcast day, but even so about 80 cars showed up. The 1972 to 2003 models were up to the left on the top of the parking garage. The 2004+ models and Ford Cougars were across the street to the left. And the heavily modified cars were in another parking lot to the far right.
This is the cover of the 1969 Ford Mustang promotional booklet showing the front of a Mach 1 sportsroof which was introduced in 1969. Also new in 1969 was the Boss and Grande.
Somebody finally built a better Mustang. Mustang SportsRoof... one of 5 all-new Mustangs.
says the inside cover double page of the 1969 Ford Mustang promotional booklet. Not sure why Ford thought we needed a better Mustang but 1969 did see the first Mach 1 and Boss Mustang as well as the Grande hardtop.
Mustang Mach 1... new power play. Now there are five new Mustangs for '69. There's a totally new Mustang SportsRoof (previous page), complete with sporty rear deck spoiler, ventless side glass, new grille and quad headlamps. A wild new Mustang Mach 1 (above). A new luxury Mustang - Grande Hardtop. A new Mustang Convertible for top-down fun. And a new Mustang Hardtop - the original, the one that launched a new generation of fun. Sportier, more Mustang than ever. Drive the igniting, power-primed Mach 1. You can choose from five hot V-8's - from two new 351's (2-barrel or 4-barrel carb), to the virile 428 4V Cobra Jet Ram-Air with functional "shaker" scoop is optional with others). Functional "shaker" scoop is optional in place of simulated scoop with 351 or 390 CID V-8's. Mach 1 also has GT-type equipment like dual exhausts with the four larger engines. Wide-oval belted white sidewalls on chrome styled steel wheels. Competition shocks, springs and stabilizer bar. Foam-padded, vinyl-trimmed high back buckets. Racing mirrors, left and right. Rim-Blow Steering Wheel. Clock. Console. Unique teak-toned highlights on the dash. door panels and console, Bright floor pedal pads. Low-gloss paint on the hood and cowl, and pin-type hood lock latches. On-the-move reflective stripes outside. Standard transmission with either 351-cuber is the fully synchronized 3-speed manual. The 4-speed manual, or SelectShift, is available with all engines. Add a tach. Comes with the 4-speed when you order the 390 or either of the 428 engines. Or you can get it separately with any engine and any transmission. Get a Mach 1. Move out in your own power play.
Mustang Hardtop the original... the one that started it all. Now totally new, more fun than ever. Mustang Hardtop. Now longer. Lower. Wider. Roomier. Hotter. Cooler. And more young-spirited than ever. It's a new package, with all the goodies you buy a Mustang for: foam-padded bucket seats with soft vinyl trim, sporty steering wheel, fully synchronized 3-speed transmission with floor-mounted shift, color-keyed carpeting throughout - plus quick, precise handling that lets you wheel into parking spots effortlessly. You take it from there. Add a set of wire-style wheel cover and wide-oval tires like those shown below. Take your pick of seven bigger engines, including a brand-new 4.1 Litre six-cylinder engine and spirited V-8's up to the 428 4V Cobra Jet Ram-Air. Team any engine with SelectShift. It's the automatic that you can shift manually through the gears. Inside, there's more convenience. Get the Tilt-Away steering wheel for greater convenience when getting in or out of the car, and a more restful wheel position for driving. There are dozens of other items which are well worth their modest price, to tailor your Mustang to your modd. Ecstasy.
Mustang Grande... your first Mustang made life more delicious, right? So how about a second helping? Sheer luxury. All planned to reflect your lavish mood. As you can see from its very handsome styling and attractive appointments, such as wire-style wheel covers, dual racing-style mirrors and neat two-tone narrow tape stripes, Grande says here is the elegant Mustang. The standard 200-cubic-inch, 7-main-bearing Six is a lean-muscled, smooth performer. For greater punch, choose the larger, brand-new, 4.1 Litre six-cylinder engine. Provides added go with traditional Six economy. More power? Pick the spirited 302-cubic-inch V-8. Or one of five other V-8's all the way up to 335 hp. Go with the standard 3-speed manual shift, or specify the two-way transmission: SelectShift. It'll do the shifting automatically, or you can go through the gears manually. You can downshift to low or second gear for manual control on hills, or for the fun of going through the gears. Comes with a sporty floor-mounted T-bar shift lever. Add a vinyl roof that looks like real leather - in either black or white. Nice touches outside. Now see what's in store for you inside - just turn the page.
Mustang Grande... uncommon luxury. The inviting Mustang Grande interior - extraordinarily plush and comfortable. Bucket seats you nestle in are trimmed in fashion-right vinyl and hopsack cloth. Door panels have built-in courtesy lights, and are tastefully trimmed in vinyl, accented with unique teak-toned appliques for added luxury. Before you. there's a sporty Rim-Blow Steering Wheel and an instrument panel with wood toned highlights. An electric clock is included. So are bright floor pedal pads. And on the road, you enjoy a remarkably smooth, quiet ride. Special Grande insulation throughout helps soak up vibrations. You can add other items to make your Grande the one-of-a-kink Mustang you want it to be. Like the console which is trimmed in teak-tone accents. And SelectShift Cruise-O-Matic Drive. SelectAire Conditioner, so you can play it cool and dial your own weather. An AM/FM Stereo Radio that sounds like you're in the orchestra pit. Or a Stereo-Sonic Tape/AM Radio system so you can play your favorite cartridge tape recordings wherever you travel. And Fingertip Speed Control that lets you cruise along the turnpike or highway at a preselected speed with your foot off the accelerator. There are many more. Go as luxuriously as you wish in Mustang Grande.
Mustang Convertible... if you haven't got a past yet, get a Mustang. Now. Get a Mustang Convertible and have something to tell your grandchildren. Mustang makes it happen. Mustang's 5-ply vinyl top flips down easily by hand. Or, get the automatic power top and do the whole job with fingertip. A clear vinyl backlite is standard. For those who prefer it, there's a glass backlite available. It folds across the center on a silicone rubber hinge (see the picture at right) when you put the top down. Cleans as easily as the windshield, too. More magic: hidden fasteners hold the boot securely when the top's down. Looks neat and sleet. Besides, there are all those things that only Mustang offers - like a feel for the road that means more fun in getting to where you're going. A floor-mounted shift lever on all transmission, and a choice of eight engines. Bucket seats, that are individually adjustable, for comfort and a sports car feel. And an instrument cluster that really lets you know what's happening. You can choose even more magic - for Convertible, Hardtop or SportsRoof. Get the Interior Decor Group (shown right). Ultra-smart seat trim, with Comfort-weave vinyl inserts (available on convertibles with high back bucket seats). Special arm rests and door trim panels are integrally molded, and contain safety/courtesy lights. You also get a deluxe 3-spoke woodlike Rim-Blow Steering Wheel, and a remote-control outside left-hand mirror that can be adjusted from the inside. Very tasteful and very Mustang.
The inside back cover of the 1969 Ford Mustang promotional booklet shows the standard and optional features of the 1969 Mustang.
The backcover of the 1969 Ford Mustang promotional booklet is the passenger side of the Mach 1 shown on the cover.
Ford promotional photo of a Bright Yellow 1969 Mustang Boss 302. This one has an awesome red interior.
Front, grille view of a Bright Yellow 1969 Mustang Boss 302.
This Pastel Gray with blue stripes 1969 Mustang Shelby GT-350 was at the 2010 Northwest Mustang Club Roundup in Bellevue, Washington.
Right side view of a Pastel Gray 1969 Mustang Shelby GT350.
Awesome rear right view of a Pastel Gray 1969 Mustang Shelby GT350. Check out the dual center exhaust.
Rear left view of a 1969 Shelby GT-350 in Pastel Gray exterior paint. You can see some of the other Shelbys in the background.
Shelby Mustang interior with automatic transmission, full center console with integrated Shelby gauges, clock, wood steering wheel with cobra emblem, and Shelby signed it.
View of the 1969, Mustang, Shelby, M-code, 351 cubic inch, 4 barrel, V8 engine originally rated at 290 horsepower.
Close-up of the Shelby wheels and blue GT350 side stripe on this Pastel Gray 1969 Mustang Shelby GT350.
This is a Silver Jade 1969 Mustang Mach 1. Its a hard color to take a good photo of. I took this photo at the 2010 Mustang Club of America Grand Nationals in Bellevue, Washington. There is a lot of depth to this color, here is a better photo
of the color.
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