The Muscle Car Of The Week is for Mustang fans, as we bring you a great story on a sweet '67 K-Code convertible from the Brothers Collection! This 1967 K-Code Mustang convertible is one of just 50 made, and only 1 of 16 convertible automatics. The K-Code featured a 289 High Performance V8 making 271 horsepower and 340 ft. lbs. of torque, which made these Mustangs great performers. This Lime Gold example is also documented by the Marti Report to be the last one built on the San Jose Ford assembly line, which is the same line that built the Mustangs which became Shelby GT350s. Watch the video for more details on the K-Code package and this particular example!

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There are many "1 of 1" cars in the Brothers Collection, including this very special 1967 Ford Mustang featuring a triple black color scheme and a 271 horsepower K-code 289 V8 under the hood.   Although there were 50 K-code convertibles built, this might be the only one with the black deluxe interior and a black exterior and top.   At any rate, we dig it, and are happy to share it as our Muscle Car Of The Week!
 
 
Each week, Muscle Car Of The Week looks back at a cool car from The Brothers Collection, and this week, we’re not looking back very far.    This is a 2012 Ford Mustang BOSS 302, a direct descendant of the first generation BOSS 302s from 1969 and 1970, and Ford stayed true to their mission when creating the modern version of the BOSS.     And yes, there’s something special about this particular car as well.