Jim Smart
August 1, 2001
Photos By: Mustang Monthly Archives

So what does all of this 100001 mean? For Ford Motor Company and its dealers, it means very little. Though we enthusiasts get excited about low serial numbers, for Ford it was just an order number and nothing more. Next month, we're going to look at the last units produced from 1967-'73.

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1F03H100001 Dearborn  
Body code 76D Convertible
Color code 6 Bright Blue Metallic
Trim code CB Blue Clarion knit with corinthian vinyl
Date code 08/70 August 1970
DSO code B1 Central Canada
Axle code 2 2.75:1 Conventional
Transmission    
code X FMX
1T04H100101 Metuchen  
Body code 65F Grand coupe
Color code E Medium Yellow Gold
Trim code AF Ginger lambeth cloth with corinthian vinyl
Date code 08/70 August 1970
DSO code B1 Central Canada
Axle code 2 2.75:1 Conventional
Transmission    
code X FMX
2F05H100001 Dearborn  
Body code 63R Mach 1
Color code 4E Bright Lime
Trim code GR Green {{{Sebring}}} knit with corinthian vinyl
Date code 08/71 August 1971
DSO code B1 Central Canada
Axle code 2 2.75:1 Conventional
Transmission    
code X FMX
3F02H100001 Dearborn  
Body code 63D SportsRoof
Color code 2B Bright Red
Trim code AA Black Ruffino with corinthian vinyl
Date code 07/72 July 1972
DSO code 28 Louisville
Axle code 2 2.75:1 Conventional
Transmission    
code X FMX