1967 Mustang Colors

1967 Mustang Color Information

Exterior & Interior Colors, Numbers & Trim Codes

1967 Mustang Colors

While we already outlined all the colors for the 1967 Mustang in our in depth guide, we know that some people just need more detail. This page is for those people. Below we have all the color options for the 1967 Mustang, including exterior colors, interior colors and other color-related options. We have also included a helpful 1967 Mustang color chart too.

A total of 28 exterior colors were offered for the 1967 Mustang model year. Adding in Shelby colors and any special colors and total comes to 47 options. Besides the special colors available on the many 1967 special model Mustangs, several colors could be special ordered on any 1967 Mustang hardtop, fastback, or convertible. The Diamond Green Mustang was a very light, almost white, green and had an exterior color code of H. The Diamond Blue Mustang was a very light blue with an exterior color code of N. A very bold pink was used for the Dusk Rose Mustang and had a color code of S (the one shown here is a bit faded). A Playboy Pink Mustang was also offered but should not be confused with the Playboy Pink Mustang given to Playboy playmate of the year in 1964.

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Exterior 1967 Mustang Colors & Codes

Below is a list of exterior colors, colors codes, samples, paint codes and PPG codes for the 1967 Mustang. There were dozens of exterior paint colors for the 1967 Ford Mustang. Note that the trunk spatter finish is Black and White on Gray Brown, DX-1756 (PPG). Colors marked with “#” were used only on High Country Special Mustangs.

1967 Mustang Color Chart

1967 Mustang Color Chart

1967 Mustang PPG / Ditzler Colors

1967 Mustang PPG / Ditzler Colors

1967 Mustang Interior Colors & Trim Codes

The following were the interior trim options. During the first Mustang generation, the interior materials used changed all the time. That means that “blue vinyl” from two adjacent years might look different. This isn’t just because of the dye, but also the vinyl’s texture.

1967 Mustang Interior Color Chart

1967 Mustang Interior Color Chart

1967 Mustang Convertible Top Colors

Convertible top colors were either black or white as standard. Obviously these days you can get 1967 Mustang convertible tops in any color you can think of.

Leave As Neutral Parts

These are parts meant to stay neutral in color on the ’67 Mustang. Leave these as neutral parts. sand or bead blast and phosphate or coat with clear acrylic.

Leave As Chassis Black

The following parts should be painted chassis black on the ’67 Mustang.


  1. My 67 mustang was light yellow. Interior was two tone tan/brown with brushed aluminum dash and overhead light console.
    The bucket seats had a hard plastic back with chrome trim. 4speed on the floor, 289 engine.
    What model is this? I can not find any information on it.

    1. You didn’t state what body style you had. Most likely a GT with the deluxe interior. There are several Mustang Facebook groups and forums that could help if you had a picture.

    2. Mine was a 67 Mustang Fastback GT in the Vintage Burgundy with black interior. It had a wide gold racing stripe from the front of the hood to the back bumper. Sounds like ours possibly had the same interior package, bucket seats, brushed metal dash and the overhead light console. I often wondered if some of the options were part of what was called a “California Special” package. It also had the neat panel going into the trunk behind the backseat. I was under the impression the 289 was the high performance model. It also was a 4 speed on the console with the stock 350 rear end ( if my memory is not failing me ).
      Really ironic story behind this car. At 19 years old, this was my first car. Owned it a few years, then got married. My wife couldn’t drive it, so I sold it locally to a father and son who raced it on the drag strip. I knew nothing about the car for 40 years. Then one day talking a friend who also raced, he put me in touch with the current owner. The present owner has done body work for many years and had one of his projects on the cover of a national hot rod magazine. Currently he’s overhauling the car and every nut and bolt has been removed and the car is being rebuilt from scratch. I’ve seen the car several times now with mixed emotions. He’s doing things to that car now that I couldn’t begin to do and he’s a perfectionist. It really makes me feel good that the car ended up after all this time being turned into something that nice. Of course there’s that feeling that I wish I was still driving it. The car will be gorgeous and that’s beyond anything I ever dreamed could become of a car I owned 40 years ago!

  2. I have this 1967 mustang since 1984 and still have the orginal registration last showing 1974 on the road so I still have this car and never drove it as it still from this day needs a complete restoration but this car I just got my marti report and it is rare paint code is code B turquoise blue with black interior and the 2 options that was first put out in 67 is the trap door to the trunk floddown rear seat and the swing away steering wheel and center console automatic

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