What Is the High Country Ford Mustang?Last Updated February 5, 2020
First seen in 1966 and available only from dealers in the Colorado area was the High Country Mustang. It was speculated that the High Country Mustang was created to rejuvenate interest in the Mustang in the Colorado region. This special Mustang lasted until 1968.
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 Cobra II Mustang package was introduced in 1975 as a response to the end of the oil crisis and an attempt by Ford to have a true contender to the muscle car throne. The Cobra II package was available on the 4-cyl, V6, and V8 fastback models.
Developed by Ford's Special Vehicles Team and introduced in 1999 was the Mustang FR500. The Mustang FR500 was designed specifically for the racetrack, producing 415 horsepower that enabled it to reach a top speed of 175 mph.
Ford first started celebrating the anniversary of the Ford Mustang in 1984, which was the Mustang's 20th anniversary. In addition to the commemoration, Ford had celebrated the anniversary of the Ford Mustang a few more times as well as having the Mustang participate in celebrating Ford's 100th anniversary.