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Just thinking again...

Did Ford put out any mustangs that could be considered two types of special? For instance, could there be a Sprint 200 High Country Special? Maybe a Sprint 200 T-5?

Do I have something here or is the heat stroke worse than I thought?

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A T-5 is not really a Special, but you know that for sure, Ford was forced to sell them as T-5 in Germany. "Forced Special" seems o.k. It is rather unlikely that A T-5 goes with any of the other real SPECIAL sales limited to a certain US area. But you'll never know. We have however a T-5 with a steel sunroof and varíous other options, part of a mystery promo (probably) that we have yet to find proofs for.
Wolfgang
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(Gary Hanson founder of T-5 registry)
 
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I don't know of any. If anyone else does please PM me. Twister Specials were Mach 1s, there was one Limited Edition 600 Mach 1, and I came across a 69 Rainbow color Mach 1 (green). Even though the Machs arent specials, adding a special to a model line makes the Special even more unique.

Don
 
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