What Is the Grabber Blue Mustang?Last Updated February 5, 2020
One of the most iconic Mustang paint colors of all time is Grabber Blue but do you know when it was first offered as a color option? Learn more about the history of Grabber Blue, its rise to popularity and some special Mustangs that rock this awesome color.
The automotive industry is loaded with stories of people with humble beginnings that slowly climbed the ranks, and eventually changed the landscape of the business forever. Though Ford is filled with influential men and women throughout its 100-plus-year history, Lee Iacocca stands out amongst the crowd.
Some of the most simple and overlooked questions can be the hardest to find an answer to. One of those would be the simple question of what does GT stand for when us enthusiasts use the term Mustang GT? Yes, in the most general sense, it stands for Gran Touring, but for the Mustang it means so much more.
There’s nothing more American than red, white and BLUE. Being one of the most popular colors worn on America’s pony car, blue is worn proudly in many different shades. All the way from Bright Atlantic Blue to Deep Impact Blue and everything in between. Read on to learn more about our favorite blues for the Ford Mustang.
Sure, you love driving your pony car around, but have you ever wondered what the Ford Mustang is named after? The answer might surprise you! This article delves into the history of how the famed Ford muscle car got its name, as well as the history of the iconic Mustang pony car emblem.