What Is The "Ole Yeller" Mustang?Last Updated August 19, 2019
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.
Making its debut at the 2006 SEMA show in Las Vegas was the Shelby Terlingua. The Terlingua Mustang takes its name from a mining town on the Texas-Mexico border. Carrol Shelby formed the Terlingua Racing Team to appeal to those outside of the mainstream racing audience.
Auctioned off at the 2011 EAA AirVenture Oshkosh in support of the organization's Young Eagles program was the EAA Blue Angels Mustang. Raising over $400,000 at auction, this Mustang featured a supercharged 2012 Mustang GT and is capable of producing over 500 horsepower.
With only 50 models produced, the Mustang E is one of the rare early Mustangs known for fuel-efficiency. Only available as a fastback, it featured a 250ci 6-cylinder engine and no air conditioning. In can be identified by its unique badging on the rear fenders.