1999 Ford Mustang GT 35th Anniversary

 
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This is a 1999 Ford Mustang GT 35th Anniversary "Limited Edition" 2137 of 4628.

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HELP!!!!!!!!

Mustang#1 - Mar 25, 2013 11:27 PM EDT
I just bought a 1999 Mustang GT Convertible 35th Anniversary,my question is,do all true anniversary editions have to have two tone interior,mine is black with peanut butter colored interior and top,just wondering if it's a true 35th LE!!!Thanks

Very Special Edition

walt - Apr 09, 2012 10:09 AM EDT
These were very special editions, with a lot more special content than other Ford Anniversary models.

Just Got my Mustang 35th SPL

Stonesphere - Mar 05, 2012 11:12 PM EDT
Just found this beautiful car and didn't even know I was looking for it. Custom Mustang 35th SPL, has a Cobra Hood, rims, side badges and custom exhaust that makes this beauty Growl like I always knew my dream car would. Gotta Love American Muscle. Glad to be a proud owner and member of the the muscle club.Oh Yeah, did I mention it only has 30K !!

35th anniversary mustsang gt

bthurston - Feb 08, 2012 11:43 PM EDT
1999 35th anniversary mustang gt almost 101,000 miles. I love this car. It turns heads and people yell at me when I'm driving to tell me they love my car. Anyone who has one should feel blessed to have such a nice looking and sounding car.

35 SPL

Jan 08, 2012 10:14 PM EDT
I found the authentication plate for mine, it was directly behind the driver's side headlight, down a hole. I used a coat hanger to tilt up the silver tag in order to read it. Mine said "35SPL" alongside a bunch of other numbers. Any one know what SPL means?
davidsmith - Dec 18, 2010 02:27 PM EDT
just found out how to tell the real 35th spl. from clone and how to find your # of car----fords hiddin tag in the front of car says it all.your ford dealer secretly just looks at tag and lets you know.or you can look between front headlite frame spot welded to rad bracket .hard to find . do not remove light ,wont help.hangs low and designed to be bent up to read. rivetts at top of tag.look hard and good luck.sorry ford
davidsmith - Dec 15, 2010 08:45 PM EDT
a very beautifull car. i have a black original with mach sterio-honeycome, back-sides -scoop, (silver)dash-side graphics-back mustang letters.embroidried ponies on top of back rest on frontseats-carbon fiber complete sides-dash-steering wheelfull armor for all swiches.ubelievable workmanship.sliding landouwe roof with vents with tilt or full sliding top glass. one button control.the car has 65,K+ on it now with brand new cat back exhaust as ford perscribes for rated H.P.the best instock size new tires.and drives like brand new .that four speed auto with O.D. really takes the cake.been drivin it every summer since new(3 weeks. i just got it .and i love it).never saw rain.does any body know the list of options you could get with this car .factory rev limiter...performance chip. on demand with switch. then restart to reset.to stock timing load.being black it's hard to see my sticker on hood but it's there and not all fread from the sun.im still looking for one that has all the options mine has . and learn how to find out what # car it is from the vin# or what?thanks to every one out there .o ya you gotta see my red 1994
blinniss - Jan 29, 2008 08:18 PM EDT
Amanda, it is a collector car if your buck tag says "35th ann" on it. Those are the ones that are numbered. My husband and I would never sell ours. It is way too much fun! Of course they are worth more if they have fewer miles.
Guest - Jan 06, 2008 09:26 PM EDT
I have a 99 35th Anniverary that I bought brand new....It has 107,000 miles on it & I'm thinking about selling it. A friend told me that it was a collector car and that I was crazy selling it....Am I making mistake not keeping it?
Guest - Dec 09, 2007 12:27 AM EDT
i also own a limited edition mustang gt its all black with the silver hood scoop convertible STANDARD everything original but i was wondering how to install an amp to the original head unit because it does not have the rca plugs like after market units if any info just comment back
Guest - Nov 28, 2007 05:40 PM EDT
I own a Performance Red conv. with 29K miles. That color was only available on the 35th anniversary edition in 1999, it became a regular color in 2000.
Guest - Mar 17, 2007 10:28 PM EDT
I used a website www.mustang35th.com to find out the number of mine. You can tell if you have a REAL one by the buck tag located behind the drivers headlight. Very tricky to locate. It is a silver plate with stamped letters on it. You will see 35th on it. Ask around any FORD mustang websites. I am sure that someone can get yours numbered.
Guest - Jan 07, 2007 02:10 PM EDT
It has everything else a "Limited Edition" has as well. Not just the unique paint. It has the raised hood scoop, flat black decal down the center, bigger side flares, two tone Black and silver leather interior, different spoiler, black honey comb between the tail lights...you can call me:801-920-3121. Thank you!
Guest - Jan 07, 2007 02:06 PM EDT
Please help!! I have found a Limited edition GT Convertable! I know it is because of it's paint code which is "ES"-Performance red. This color was ONLY available on the limited editions that year. How do I find out what number it is out of 4,628??
Guest - Dec 31, 2006 06:10 PM EDT
me again that limted edition i bought with 11800 miles is a performance red which i cant find how many made i was told it was a 2000 color?
Guest - Dec 30, 2006 10:27 PM EDT
I lust bought 1999 limted 35th anniversary mustang gt one owner red get this 11,700 miles owned by machanic. never seen rain call me if have info on this year car thanks 3012236428
Guest - Oct 02, 2006 09:31 AM EDT
Wow, gotta love the mustangs I got a 25th anniversery edition Mustang GT convertable black with white leather interior almost cherry all original parts
Guest - Jun 04, 2006 04:00 PM EDT
WOW!! What a nice Mustang,great shot.

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