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how many gold mustangs are there
#1
I know there's a few others out there but I'm curious to see how many are any kind of the stock gold colors like mine...and how many gold ones there are on here

BTW sorry if this is the wrong thread, still trying to get my bearings on this site

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#2
As it relates to exterior paint code 6C (Medium Goldenrod) for 1972, there were 4,713 total with 2,997 Coupes, 1552 Fastbacks (including Mach 1s) and 164 Convertibles.

For paint code 6E (Medium Bright Yellow) there were 7,374 total with 3,588 being Coupes, 3,294 being Fastbacks and 492 being Convertibles.

For paint code 6F (Bright Yellow Gold Metallic, AKA Gold Glow), there were 7,656 total with 4,460 being Coupes, 2,819 being fastbacks and 377 being Convertibles.

BT

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#3
See what a great sight this is! Ask and in no time you shall recieve.

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#4
I dunno how many are on this board but here in Europe, there is one less. :-)
http://www.7173mustangs.com/thread-anoth...-with-pics

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luxstang;86937 Wrote:I dunno how many are on this board but here in Europe, there is one less. :-)
http://www.7173mustangs.com/thread-anoth...-with-pics
I feel slightly injured just looking at it.

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#6
I can hear it now, "Dad, I let my friend borrow the convertible and ugh..." On the sad side, someone was probably SERIOUSLY injured in that one - lucky to be alive.

Quite a few Gold cars. A popular color.

Ray

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1972 Q code 4 speed convertible 
1971 Mustang Sportsroof  351-2V FMX 
1973 Mach 1 (parts car)
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#7
Boss1Ray;86948 Wrote:On the sad side, someone was probably SERIOUSLY injured in that one - lucky to be alive.


Ray

Nope, both only slightly injured, which is amazing, given the state of the car.

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Mike

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cobra3073;86876 Wrote:As it relates to exterior paint code 6C (Medium Goldenrod) for 1972, there were 4,713 total with 2,997 Coupes, 1552 Fastbacks (including Mach 1s) and 164 Convertibles.

For paint code 6E (Medium Bright Yellow) there were 7,374 total with 3,588 being Coupes, 3,294 being Fastbacks and 492 being Convertibles.

For paint code 6F (Bright Yellow Gold Metallic, AKA Gold Glow), there were 7,656 total with 4,460 being Coupes, 2,819 being fastbacks and 377 being Convertibles.

BT

Who needs a marti report? We have a BT report!!! Thanks cobra
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#9
Gold Glow 73 Q Code/4 speed Mach 1 here. It is one of the nicest colors for 73, the others being Medium Copper, Bright Green Gold and Saddle Bronze.
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#10
the second tone of my mach 1 is GOLD !!!!!
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