What Is the Mustang Twister Special?Last Updated September 2, 2020
Available only in Grabber Orange and featuring a black hood stripe and tornado decal, the Mustang Twister Special is highly sought after by collectors. Based on the already powerful 1970 Mach 1, the Twister Special added a drag pack suspension and either a Super Cobra Jet Ram Air engine or the new 351 CID Cleveland V8. The Twister saw revivals in 1985 and 2008.
The Shelby Mustang is an American legend. It's a car people dream of seeing in person. But do you know the history of this iconic vehicle? CJ's takes a look back at who Carroll Shelby was, the first Shelby Mustang and cars progression to today.
The Boss 429 Mustang has only been produced for two years in all of Mustang history. Very few of these Mustangs were ever produced, making them incredibly rare. The Boss 429’s design and performance specifications help shed some light on why these classic Mustangs are so desirable.
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.
Available only for the 1968 model year, the Mustang Cardinal Edition was an attempt by Ford to capitalize on the Mustang's success in North Carolina and Virginia. This limited-edition Mustang was a hardtop with a 200 CID inline-six that featured a special paint: Cardinal Red or Wimbledon White.