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I'd say Boss 429 cars and cars equipped with the SuperCobraJet
Oh though I walk through the valley of the rice, I fear no turbo, for torque art with me.
1978 Mustang Cobra II:2.3 Auto Black with Red and Orange Graphics
1976 Mustang Cobra II:302 4 Speed, Knocks like a Champ. Black with Gold Stripes. '70 302 in the works, looking at 300 horsepower when complete.
Excluding Shelby Mustangs the rarest Body style/type I was able to determine is a 1968 fastback with deluxe interior and a bench seat
Body code 63C, with total production of 256 units
Of course there are the "1 of 1" if broken down by color / options
but I dont think that was the original question
Lots of interesting cars coming up. Neighbor had a '68' Shelby 500 KR convert, always wondered what happened to it. Anyone remember that Mustang that one of the presidents of Ford had made special for him? Maybe a 64 1/2 K code convert?
The Mustang E's would be rare too, less than 50 built from what I remember. Only offered in 69 and in the Sportsroof body with the L code motor, automatic with special torque converter and a super low 2.33 rear end. It was built for economy above anything else hence the "E" part of the name. It got special decals on the rear quaters.
(I wouldn't consider the Bullit 68 fastback rare, it was just a regular Mustang used in a movie. That's the only reason it was famous, nothing special about the car though. It was last reported to be in a barn in Kentucky. Some people collect stuff and hide it away. Just like there's a guy in North Carolina that has the wrecked gray 1966 Buick Electra that Jaine Mansfield died in stored in a barn too.)
1968 Mustang coupe, Acapulco Blue, 289 2v, C-4, Power Steering.
Hopefully a 1969 convertible or Sportsroof (non Mach or Boss) for next Mustang project
Trying to find my father's 1973 Mustang Grande he bought brand new. 3F04F126773 last known registration and title was in New Jersey, 1982.