To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Mustang, we’ll be celebrating all year long by bringing you Mustangs each Monday!

Playboy’s 1964 Playmate of the Year Donna Michelle’s
1964 1/2 Mustang
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1964 was the first year Playboy included a vehicle as part of the gifts given to the Playmate of the Year.  The 1967 production year was the first that two pink colors were offered as a special order. You could have Dusk Rose or Playboy Pink, and as you can see, the original owner of this very pink car chose Playboy Pink. A little over 5,000 Mustangs were made in this crazy color.

Don’t adjust your screen – that is a pink Mustang! The Playboy Pink pony car was one of the most unusual car colors we have ever seen on a Ford. The original Playboy Pink Mustang was a 1964 1/2 model that was specially painted for Playboy Magazine’s Donna Michelle, the Playmate of the Year for 1964.

This years Palos Verdes Concours d’Elegance had some fantastic Mustangs on the lawn to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the iconic pony car. It is hard to deny from these early Mustangs that you can see how the car would endure to be still produced today.

There is more vintage goodness to come so stick around.

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