What is your favorite Special Edition Mustang? The Mach 1 is one of the most famous nameplates seen on Mustangs. With around 7,000 produced, the 2003 Mach 1 is fairly rare.
It featured a deck lid spoiler, a shaker hood scoop, five-spoke wheels, body side scoops, and a fitting 60s-styled Mach 1 paint scheme. The Mach 1's 4.6-liter engine from the SVT Cobra was given a set of new, high-flow four-valve cylinder heads and the unique Mach 1 mufflers were tuned to create the perfect sound. ... See MoreSee Less
Personally, my favorite are the Ford Warriors in Pink edition Mustangs. Under 2000 built in 2008-2009. Only V6 coupes/convertibles in black, silver, or white. Ours is one of only 58 WIP convertibles built in Silver Metallic. Per the Marti Report, ours was built as a test vehicle for Ford Motor Company.
08 mustang bullitt is one of my favorite
Very hard to say. I have several that I have not counting Shelby... I would say 1969 Boss 429, 1993 Cobra R, 1996 Mystic Cobra, 2003 Mach 1, 2012 Boss 302, and last but not least the 2021 Mach 1. I am a mustang lover thru and thru.
Dean and I had a fun building this 007 Mack 1 a couple years ago!
I would not have it any other way!!
12 and 13’ bosses 😎. Rare, unique engine and, most people have no idea what they are, they think it’s just decals
Over all I like my 2008 GT 500, but I think my 1996 SVT Cobra handled curvy roads better.
Love the mach 1 mustang! Probably my favorite other then the 2004 40th anniversary edition or the Eleanor mustang
I love my new edge but I was happier than a puppy with two peckers when they brought the 05 style back. I have both and its best of two styles.
That’s pretty hard but really love the new Mach’s but Boss 302 right up there.
The club came out in force to support the Midwest Foodbank. The event was long the passion of Tony Delk, who has passed away. Thank you to Dawn for making this happen in Tony's honor and carrying on the tradition. I think we bagged 7.5 pallets of cereal that had been donated by Kellogg's. ... See MoreSee Less
Ford Mustangs That Never Were: 1966 Mach 1 Concept
The Mach 1, as it was shown at the 1967 Detroit Auto Show with a face closer to production Mustangs of the time. The low-cut roofline and racing-type fuel cap never made it to production, but the hatchback did eventually arrive on the 1974 Mustang II. ... See MoreSee Less