June 1, 2003

Our prize this month is a $50 gift certificate from Texas Mustang Parts. We appreciate all their help with the certificate and hope the winner enjoys the loot.

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Destiny's CallingBrian Mackenzie of Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada, always said that Mustang number two was right around the corner ever since his first new car-a '67 fastback. He finally made it happen three years ago with a '94 GT. Everything is factory original with every option Ford offered that year. The factory tires and wheels are packed away for future car shows. It will eventually be entered in the "unrestored original" category.

A Mustang Named BrittanyHere is Maryann O'Lear's '68 Brittanny Blue Mustang. It's powered by a 200 six-cylinder engine with just 56,000 miles. The original body has survived 34 years unscathed. Inside is a standard black interior. Maryann, of Wappingers Falls, New York, is the second owner. She and her fianc, Ken, decided to restore Brittany to MCA concours standards. The Mustang has earned over 60 trophies since the restoration.

Da Winna!Texas Mustang PartsGift Certificate presented to Ken Smith

Dream ConvertibleHere's one for the books. This '73 Mach 1, equipped with the Exterior Decor Group, belongs to Ken Smith of Wappingers Falls, New York. The first owner worked for the Metuchen plant and ordered this 'Stang the way it's shown here. It's powered by a Q code 351 Cleveland. Can we say "rare?" Only 120 convertibles with this motor were produced in yellow.

What's Chrome and Stock and Red All Over?It's George Stark's '66 Mustang! The Sunrise Beach, Missouri, resident took his time restoring this '66 Mustang convertible. He bought it in 1996 and began the process with new interior, paint, and top wheels. It's powered by a 289 2V and has an automatic C4 transmission. Notice the gleaming luggage rack and SS wheels that further enhance this Candyapple beauty.