Today it’s Ladies ONLY day…on Ford Mustang The Early Years podcast for this town hall style meeting called “Lady Driven Classic Mustangs.”The criteria was simple…. If you are a female enthusiast, expert, service provider or simply love to talk about your Classic Pony, this unique episode is just for you.
Instagram: @marissahalee https://www.instagram.com/marissahalee/
965 Rangoon Red 2+2 Fastback
Instagram: @70_yolo_mach1 https://www.instagram.com/70_yolo_mach1/
1970 Mustang Mach1
Factory air conditioning
Shaker hood (ram air)
Sport slats rear window louvers
Front and rear spoilers.
Original 351 Cleveland engine
Instagram: @AmandaJTugwell https://www.instagram.com/amandajtugwell/
Location: Bay Area, California (San Ramon)
Instagram: @Scarlette_67Mustang https://www.instagram.com/scarlette_67mustang/
She is a 1967 Mustang Fastback with the 289 and C-4 auto. Color is vintage burgundy.
Instagram: @entrastang https://www.instagram.com/entrastang/
Instagram: @sadiethe68stang https://www.instagram.com/sadiethe68stang/
Instagram: @girlmeetsmustang https://www.instagram.com/girlmeetsmustang/
1968 High Country Special – 289 C code. In 1968, Ford made about 4,000 California Specials. 251 of those were sent up to the Colorado market to be sold. They were rebadged as the High Country Special. You can tell the difference between a California Special and a High Country Special by looking at the side scoops. If it has the badging on the side that says High Country Special, then it’s the real deal! Currently, my Mustang is going through a full restoration. It will be stripped down to bare metal and then repainted in her original color – Gulfstream Aqua. I plan to keep as much of the car original.
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An Expert’s Guide to Maintaining Your Classic Mustang
Keep it safe, keep it rollin’ and keep it on the road. Until next time!