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(from page 68 of the 1968 Collection) This is the official results of the 1966 Mobil Economy Run held from March 14-20 from LA to Boston. The Mustang came in 2nd place of the Class "B" large-engine compact. This specific ad was placed in the March 31st edition of the Wisconsin State Journal.
(from page 68 of the 1968 Collection) This is the official results of the 1965 Mobil Economy Run held April 5-11 and raced from LA to New York. Unfortunately the Mustang was not entered into this competition. There is a photo of the race meeting a train shipment of Mustangs on the road. This ad was placed in the April 20th edition of the Syracuse Post Standard.
(from page 68 of the 1968 Collection) This is the official results of the 1964 Mobil Economy Run which tested fuel economy and comfort on a race from Los Angeles to New York City. Although the Mustang was available for the race, it did not compete. This ad was placed in the April 10th edition of the Delaware County Daily Times.
(from page 68 of the 1968 Collection) Official results of the 1963 Mobil Economy Run which ran from March 30-April 5th between Los Angeles to Detroit. This ad was placed in the April 5th edition of the Pasadena Star News.
(from page 68 of the 1968 Collection) Official Results of the 1962 Mobil Economy Run March 31 to April 5 from Los Angeles to Detroit. This ad was placed in the April 6th edition of the Galveston Daily News.
(from page 68 of the 1968 Collection) Official results of the 1961 Mobil Economy Run from Los Angeles to Chicago on March 11 - 17. This ad was placed in the March 31st edition of the San Rafael Daily Independent Journal.
(from page 68 of the 1968 Collection) Official results of the 1960 Mobil Economy Run from Los Angeles to Minneapolis on April 2-6th. This ad was placed in the April 7th edition of the Brownsville Herald, Texas.



(from page 37 of the 1969 Collection) Color me Groovy Green! Color Me Flower Power Red! This is a newspaper advertisement we found for the 1969 Limited Edition 600 Mustang which came as a specially equipped sportsroof in Groovy Green or Flower Power red. The sale was limited to the Pennsylvania area. Five participating dealerships in the Pennsylvania area are listed: Countryside Motors of Springfield PA, Murphy Ford of Chester PA, Myers Motors of Linwood PA, Walsh Ford of Media PA, and Robin Ford of Glenolden PA. This ad was in the May 22nd, 1969 edition of the Delaware County Daily Times of Chester, Pennsylvania. In a similar ad in the May 22nd 1969 edition of the Lebanon Daily News of Lebanon, Pennsylvania: Keller Brothers Motors and R &J Motors both of Lebanon PA are listed.

(from page 39 of the 1969 Collection) This is an early example of a series of National Pop Option advertisements enticed new and existing Mustang owners to buy a car with popular options at a special price. This ad shows Pop-Options such as wheel covers, rim blow steering wheel, vinyl interior, body side moldings, whitewall tires, V8 tinted glass, and air conditioning. This ad was placed by Van Steen Motors in the January 2nd, 1969, edition of the Appleton Post-Crescent of Appleton, Wisconsin.
(from page 39 of the 1969 Collection) Pop Options on this Mustang from Weed Man Motors of Beaver Dam, Kentucky, included simulated hood air scoop, special E78 whitewall tires, dual racing mirrors, pin stripes, and wheel covers. The Pop Option sale included Fairlanes at this dealership. This ad was placed in the January 23rd, 1969, edition of The Ohio Country Times News of Hartford - Beaver Dam. Kentucky.
(from page 39 of the 1969 Collection) This was the most popular National Pop-Option advertisement which ran till spring in many areas on the SportRoof or Hardtop Mustang. Popular options described here include dual racing mirrors, tape stripes, hood scoop, wheel covers, and low-profile whitewalls on either a sports roof or hardtop. This ad was placed in the February 11, 1969 edition of The Daily Times of Salisbury, Maryland.
(from page 39 of the 1969 Collection) Here is a cool variation of the Pop-Option Sale for dealers in Michigan. It was placed by Ashley Ford Sales and Richard Ford in the February 21st, 1969, edition of The News - Palladium of Benton Harbor, Michigan.
(from page 39 of the 1969 Collection) In this Pop-Option sale on 1969 Mustangs, the options are listed as hood air scoop, special E78 whitewall tires, dual racing mirrors, accent stripe, and wheel covers. This ad was placed by Weedman Motors in the Feb 20th, 1969, edition of The Ohio Country Times News of Hartford - Beaver Dam. Kentucky.
(from page 39 of the 1969 Collection) This is how the Pop-Option Sale advertisement looked like on the west coast. Same popular options of Special Mustang Whitewalls, Wheel Covers, Dual Racing Mirrors, Hood Scoop, and Accent Stripe. This ad was placed by Hayward Motors in the February 28th, 1969, edition of the Daily Review of Hayward, California.
(from page 39 of the 1969 Collection) Pop-Option sale and Pop-Option trade in specials are shown in this advertisement from Parsons Ford of Glens Falls, New York. The Pop-Options are listed as those from the Sports Appearance Group which includes hood scoop, wide oval whitewall tires, wheel covers, and racing mirrors. This is added to a White 1969 Mustang hardtop with six cylinder engine, standard transmission, power steering, radio, and heater. This ad also shows a "Pop" musical group which of course was popular at the time. We found this ad in the February 24th, 1969, edition of The Post-Star of Glens Falls, New York.

(from page 39 of the 1969 Collection) This Ford photo shows the Cobra Jet Mustangs and Torinos of the Ford Drag Team from the Summer 1969 edition of the Ford Truck Times. Featured drivers are Hubert Platt and Randy Payne in the eastern United States (blue cars), and Ed Terry and Richard Wood in the west (white cars). These performance cars inspired the 1969 The Going Thing special edition Mustang.
(from page 39 of the 1969 Collection) Here is the whole article in the Summer 1969 edition of the Ford Truck Times.

(from page 24 of the 1970 Collection) This is a Ford ad for the 1970 Mach 1 Mustang. It is a four page ad with a fold out. This one has the optional 351 under the hood.
(from page 24 of the 1970 Collection) Here is the fold out with the text saying, Take off and... ...run with Number One. Mustang 1970 And you'll run any way you like. Only Mustang gives you so many ways to go. 6 fresh models, including a low-priced Mustang hardtop, hot Mach 1, luxurious Grande, new Boss 302 Mustang. Power yours your way: Choose from 9 engines all the way up to the street version of Mustang's competition Boss 429. Choose your roofstyle . . . new Landau, SportsRoof, hardtop, convertible. And don't forget all the great Mustang standards: sporty floor shift, highback buckets, wall-to-wall carpet, self adjusting brakes, many others. Start running to your Ford Dealer's. He's got the One for you.

(from page 39 of the 1970 Collection) Charles Gabus Ford in Des Moines, Iowa had a bran new 1970 Mustang Sidewinder on their lot! It was advertised as having a 351ci 4V engine, power steering, competition suspension, traction lock differential, and a shaker hood scoop. This ad is from the January 1, 1971 edition of the Des Moines Register. They had it discounted to $3237.00 from $3685.70. That's a 12% discount! Someone got a great deal! Charles Gabus Ford was running a sale to reduce inventory on their 1970 models.
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