1967 Ford Mustang She Country Special – Ultimate Guide

Ford Mustang Made Especially for women

She Country Mustang

1967 Ford Mustang She Country Special

First-generation Mustangs with V-8 engine will always have collectible appeal, but the exclusivity of this She Country Special should only add to the interest.

The She Country Special was a 1967 Mustang created by Ford and Ann Goodro of William Goodro Inc., a Ford dealership located in Denver, CO. Ann Goodro had assumed control of the Goodro Ford dealership in Denver, CO after her husband, Bill, passed away. She set about determined to make the business a success.

The She Country Special Mustang was one of Ann Goodro’s plans to ensure her dealership would appeal to professional female customers. She personally picked a range of pastel color options, including the Evening Orchid, Autumn Smoke, Bermuda Sand, and Limelite Green. Goodro also had each car fitted with a personalized interior plaque, and buyers would receive a special orchid corsage with their new Mustang.

The cars were based on the Ski Country Special, had a special decal, and were only sold at William Goodro. A total of 48 She Country Specials were ordered to be built, with a mixture of hardtop and convertible body styles. Only two fitted where fitted with the big-block 390-cubic inch V-8 engine.