2015 Mustang’s 50th Anniversary Color Could Be Wimbledon White

by • January 8, 2014 • FeaturedComments Off on 2015 Mustang’s 50th Anniversary Color Could Be Wimbledon White13007

The 2015 Mustang’s 50th anniversary edition special paint color may be Wimbledon White, as discovered by one of our forum members.

Followers of the Mustang’s long history will recall that the first Mustang ever built, with serial number 5F08F100001, was a Wimbledon White convertible sold to Captain Stanley Tucker, who was an Eastern Provincial Airlines pilot at the time. The car was a preproduction model used for internal testing and promotional use and inadvertently sold to Mr. Tucker., but was since returned and placed on display at the Henry Ford Museum.

In addition, all 1965 GT350s were painted Wimbledon White with Guardsman Blue stripes.  As many Mustang fans know, the 2015 model year will also mark the 50th anniversary of the GT350, which is expected to make a return on the S550 platform. We all know how Ford loves its heritage and we may soon be seeing 50th anniversary Mustangs wearing the very first paint color to ever grace a Mustang!

Full details INSIDE.


*Credit to Topnotch for info/render

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