Ever hear about the 1969 Mustang 4.1 Liter Special? We found some data possibly confirmed by a viewer that owns one. We think they were all were delivered to the Indianapolis order district (DSO 46) with special order numbers 0572, 0573, and 0574. The owner says this special order Mustang came with an automatic L-code 4.1 liter (250ci) 6-cylinder engine; special order exterior green WT7034, yellow or orange paint; white and gold pinstripe; and a 4.1 Litre Special checkered flag fender badge. Let us know if you have more information.
A viewer just sent us photos and newspaper advertisements from 1965 and 1966 for the Blue and White Mustang Player’s special edition hardtop. These Mustangs were painted blue and white to match the Player’s cigarette package. All models were hardtops, had this special blue and white exterior paint, 200ci 6-cylinder engine, full wheel covers, and an AM radio. The promotion was run as Mustang-A-Week contests in many Providences in Canada between 1965 and 1968.
We found many newspaper advertisements for the newly discovered 1967 Mustang Blazer Limited Edition Mustang which featured Lime Gold exterior paint, black vinyl top, personalized interior nameplate, and Blazer exterior nameplate. This was a local limited edition Mustang for the Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Maryland area from mid November to mid December of 1966. We think the Blazer exterior nameplate was placed just below the Mustang lettering just behind the front wheels as shown in this image we modified. Take a look at the newspaper advertisements and let us know if you have any more information.
We think we just found a new limited edition Mustang! Its called the Dixie Special Mustang which was available only the Mississippi and Louisiana area in the spring of 1968, and featured special paint, a Dixie Special license plate, and a Dixie Special emblem. Take a look for yourself at the newspaper advertisements we found. We also think someone found one!
Stay tuned for more information…