What Is the Mustang Sidewinder Special?Last Updated February 5, 2020
The Sidewinder Special Edition Mustang was supposed to be a promotional vehicle with only 40 vehicles being produced. These special edition Mustangs featured a 351 4V engine and an automatic transmission known as Cruise-o-Matic.
The Mustang Ghia was Ford's attempt at creating a luxury Mustang during the 1973 gas crisis and available as a luxury package option on the second-generation Mustangs. While the Mustang Ghia saw a limited run in the USA, Ford offered the Ghia trim in Europe on most popular models until 2010.
The K-Code engine was first available to Mustang buyers in 1964 and lasted until 1967. Less than one percent of the 1.7 million Mustangs produced were actually equipped with a K-Code engine. The K-Code Mustang is a highly sought-after vehicle by classic car collectors.
For the 2011 model year, the DUB edition Mustang package was available as a special order from dealerships across the US. Upgrades included a Roush body kit, upgraded suspension and DUB logo embroidered on the front headrest.