What Is the Mustang Limited Edition 600?Last Updated February 5, 2020
The 1969 Mustang Limited Edition 600 was only available in the Philadelphia area. This Mustang featured special badging, choice of two custom colors, a hood scoop, wheel covers, and a special tape striping. About 503 Mustang Limited Edition 600s were sold, falling short of its 600 sales goal.
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.
The Mach 1 first made its appearance in 1969. Unlike many of the other special editions from that year, the Mach 1 continued to be produced until 1978. Since then, the Mach 1 has been offered sporadically. It's combination of performance upgrades and sharp appearance modifications make the Mach 1 one of the most popular special editions.
Take the GT350, add a custom yellow finish, huge Forgiato wheels, a high-flying race wing and multi-colored daytime running lights and you'll get the "Ole Yeller" Mustang. This one-of-a-kind Mustang was built to benefit the Experimental Aircraft Association's youth pilot education program and was successful in raising almost $300,000.
Based on the legendary Red Tail P-51 Mustang plane, the Red Tails Mustang was a special-edition Mustang auctioned off to benefit the Experimental Aircraft Association. This 2013 Mustang GT featured a custom paint scheme, custom embroidered racing seats, and a twin-screw Whipple supercharger pack.