Ford Mustang 50 year package

2015 Ford Mustang GT, EcoBoost 50 Years Appearance Package Detailed

Now that the configurator for the 2015 Ford Mustang has arrived online, we have full official details and pricing information for all of the various options, features and packages of the new Mustang – including the 50 Years Appearance Package that we have heard about since the first dealer screen captures hit the web.

When dealership employees began posting screen shots from their work computers showing ordering information on the 2015 Ford Mustang, there was very scarce information on a 50 Years Appearance package. It was on the screen, but there were no details on the screen or from the folks at Ford. Fortunately, the arrival of the full 2015 Mustang configurator has provided us with complete details of this new appearance package.

How This Package Differs from the 50 Years Mustang GT
First off, the 50 Years Appearance package for the 2015 Ford Mustang is only available for the EcoBoost Premium and GT Premium trimlines – not with the base V6 or either the EcoBoost or GT in non-Premium form. You can get this package with the EcoBoost or GT Convertibles (which only come in premium trim), but not with the V6 drop top.

It should also be pointed out that this package has nothing to do with the special 50 Year Limited Edition model that is based on the fully loaded 2015 Mustang GT, although the appearance package does share some features with those 1,964 special edition Mustang GTs painted Wimbledon White. The 50 Year Limited Edition Mustang GT is a complete package that doesn’t come with any real choices for the buyer – just automatic or manual transmission – and these cars are fitted with literally every other option available for the new Mustang GT including the GT Performance Package. Most notably, the 1,964 special edition 50 Year GT models come with the awesome louvered glass side windows and Wimbledon White paint that you cannot currently get on other models.

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