1967 Ford Mustang Ski Country Special

1967 Ford Mustang Ski Country Special – Ultimate Guide

1967 Ford Mustang Ski Country Special

In the winter of 1967, the Denver Sales District created a promotional package called the Ski Country Special. Colors available on these cars included: Aspen Red, Vail Blue, Winter Park Turquoise, Loveland Green and Breckenridge Yellow. This promotion was also available on the Fairlane and Galaxie.

Unique features on the Ski Country Special included: ski rack, “coffee bar” (luggage rack), limited slip axle, unique emblem and two snow tires. On December 8th, 9th, 10th, and 15th of 1966, the advertisements appeared in the Rocky Mountain News.

 

The 1967 She Country Special was created by Ann Goodro of William Goodro Inc in Denver. The dealership ordered the most Country Special Mustangs at the time. Craig and Denise MacGregor; who just bought one of these cars and contacted Goodro Ford Dealer Ann Goodro. 48 cars were ordered, 12 each in the pastel colors of Evening Orchard (metallic lavender), Bermuda Sand, Autumn Smoke (metallic gray), and Limelite Green. Thanks to Tony Popish for the color names. The cars were based on the Ski Country Special, had a special decal, and were only sold at William Goodro. The She Country Specials were not limited to hardtops and/or fastbacks, there were convertibles as well.

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