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1969 Ford Mustang Spec Explorer
The 1969 Mustang reached the top of its performance years with the largest selection of engines and sport/speed packages to date. 10 engines were offered, 8 of them were V8s. Several levels of sport/performance packages were offered. The GT option ($147 base upgrade) was offered on all body styles which started with the 351ci Winsor V8, special handling options, racing stripes, dual exhaust, hood pin type latches, and styled wheels with Argent Silver trim and GT hubcaps. The most popular sport/performance upgrade was the 1969 introduced Mach 1 (starting at $733 over the base V8 fastback or "SportsRoof" body) which came with one of four high performance V8 engines, optional NASCAR-style hood lock pins, chrome styled steel wheels, chrome exhaust tips, color-keyed racing mirrors, and special handling. Two Cobra packages were offered: the Cobra jet with the 335hp (428ci V8) while the Ram Air induction 360hp (428ci V8) was offered on the Super Cobra Jet. The highest performance engine 370hp(429ci V8 semi-hemi big block) came on the 1969 introduced Boss which could also be ordered with a 290hp (320ci, V8, with special high volumetric efficiency "Cleveland" heads) engine. The Boss came with special "Hotchkiss" type rear suspension and many other performance options and body options to handle the larger power and seven inch Magnum 500 rims. Like the previous year, an extensive list of luxury items where available for the fastback and hardtop; but an additional luxury set under the name "Grande" was offered for the hardtop. The Grande came with a vinyl roof, plush interior, two-spoke steering wheel, full wheel covers, etc. On all body styles the indented sides scoop or cove was missing but an inverted side air scoop remained on the hardtop and convertible, while the fastback had a higher backwards C-shaped side scoop. The Mustang was longer and lower with the windshield rake increased by 2.2 degrees. The fastback roof was redesigned and was named the "SportsRoof" whose name for the fastback lasted till 1973. Inspired by the popular Shelby the front grille opening was larger, four headlights were installed, and the horse logo was mounted off center on a red, white, and blue framed vertical box.

Example of a Mustang from 1969
Sales Brochure cover
1969 Mustang Sales Brochure pages (click on to view)

The cover of the 1969 Ford Mustang promotional booklet shows the front of a Mach 1 sportsroof which was introduced in 1969. Also new in 1969 was the Boss and Grande.



Available 1969 Mustang exterior paint colors

Raven Black

Royal Maroon

Black Jade

Acapulco Blue

Aztec Aqua

Gulfstream Aqua

Lime Gold

Grabber Blue

Wimbledon White

Winter Blue

Champagne Gold

Candy Apple Red

Grabber Orange

Meadowlark Yellow

Indian Fire Red

Grabber Green

New Lime

Calypso Coral

Silver Jade

Pastel Gray

Bright Yellow

Grabber (Bright) Yellow

Flat Black

1969 Engines
code   engine  
T 115hp 200ci standard 6-cylinder
L 155hp 250ci optional 6-cylinder
F 210hp 302ci optional V8
H 250hp 351ci optional V8
G 290hp 302ci Boss V8
M 290hp 351ci optional V8
S 320hp 390ci optional V8
Q 335hp 428ci Cobra Jet V8
R 335hp 428ci Cobra Jet RA V8
Z 375hp 429ci Boss V8
Styles, Models & Special Editions
Hardtop, Sportsroof, & Convertible
Mustang Grande
Mustang GT
Mustang Mach 1
Mustang Boss 302 & 429
Shelby GT350 & GT500
Rainbow of Colors
Limited Edition 600
Mustang E
T-5 Ford
Mustang 4.1 Liter Special

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