15. Ford Mustang Ski Country Special
You might think that most of the Mustang’s special models were only decorative packages or trim levels that didn’t affect its usability or performance. And while that is mostly true, some special versions like the 1967 Ski Country Special featured an option that helped their customers. Ford designed this special version for their Colorado dealers, especially the Denver sales district. The main theme was winter sports. The car came in Aspen red, Vail blue, Winterpark turquoise, Loveland green, and Breckenridge yellow colors unique for this version. Of course, there was a set of decals to notify those cars as Ski Country Specials.
But the interesting thing is that those cars came ready for winter. Every Ski Country Special had a limited-slip differential, which is essential for driving in difficult conditions with lots of potential skidding. They also had two rear winter tires and a ski rack and luggage rack on the trunk. Basically, the Mustang Ski Country Special was what you needed for a ski weekend in Colorado. This special model proved to be popular. Soon, even some other Fords like the Galaxie or Fairlane got the same treatment.