What Is the Mustang Limited Edition 600?Last Updated July 21, 2021 | Andrew Boyle
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.