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The first Brown Mustang was introduced the first year of Mustang production in 1964 as a brownish golden shade of bronze called Prairie Bronze. Another brown was introduced in 1967 as Burnt Amber. Yes, Ford called it Burnt Amber not burnt umber. There were 51 offerings of Brown paint in 23 of the 60 production years of the Mustang. Follow this link to see photos of all Brown Mustangs on this site.
Brown Featured Mustangs
There were a few Brown featured Mustang special models. These were either exclusively brown or came in special brown paint.
Bronze was the name Shelby used on the GT350 or GT500 for Ford's standard 1967 V-code Burnt Amber paint. Shelby offered 10 of the 1967 Ford paints, 3 were given unique names: Bronze, Dark Blue and Medium Gray.
Sage Bronze has been listed by several sources including PPG/Ditzler as a special order color for the 1969 Mustang. The color listed is the same as the 1967 Mustang Bronze. If 1969 Mustangs were really painted with this paint; then it would have been under a special order with a blank paint code on the door data tag. This is because Marti's database shows no standard productions Mustangs painted this color in 1969.
Well, Medium Copper was not a special order color in 1973 or on any special model Mustangs, but it is one good looking color. We've included Medium Copper brown in this special list because it looks awesome.
Brown Paint offerings by year
Below is a list of all years and shades of Brown Mustangs.
There were 51 offerings of Brown paint in 23 of the 60 production years of the Mustang.
Click on the text below any photo to see more cars of the year and color shown. Follow this link to see photos of all brown Mustangs on this site.
To see other colors go to the color photo gallery index page.
Thumbnails of all Brown Mustangs
Below is are links to all Brown Mustang photo sets at MustangAttitude.com