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Gotta-Have-It-Green paint for the 2013 Mustang Boss 302 gets spied

November 28, 2011 Mustang News 6 Comments


The 2013 Mustang will sport three new color choices, Gotta-Have-It-Green, School Bus Yellow and Deep Impact Blue .  So far Ford showed us School Bus Yellow on the Laguna Seca edition at the L.A. Auto Show and now we have a few spy pics of Gotta-Have-It-Green.

Over on  Boss302Forum.com a member spied a 2013 Mustang Boss 302 in Gotta-Have-It-Green with a front and rear pic.  The Green hue looks very close to the Grabber Green that debuted on the 1970 Boss 302 Mustang.  Check out both photos below.

Source: Boss302Forum

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  1. DC says:

    It’s about time Ford steps up its paint game. I hate to say it but the Camaro has been killing the Mustang in the last few years in paint colors.

    I’m glad Ford’s bringing back the blue that looks like Vista Blue. I’m not sure why they ever ditched it for the darker Kona Blue.

    Every time I see the blacked out taillights, I cringe a little. It’s too rice rocket for me. I can’t picture a 50 year old man driving a Mustang with those taillights. Like I said before, I think it should have been an option, not standard.

    • tony says:

      I love this green so much that I was going to paint my projectr 69f100 the same color. BUT, IT WOULD LOOK LIKE A CLOWN TRUCK WITH A RED INTERIOR. These paint colors look good on only a select few rides. Although my f100 has a fully worked 351c, with all the right heads and bg speed demon and lunati cam etc., It will be as planned, flat black

  2. Brent says:

    Make SILVER, Optional,instead of the Black Graphics !

  3. J. Parris says:

    Looks more like Grabber Lime than Grabber Green. I hope I’m not the only old guy that remembers the 1970’s! I love the fact that Ford is recalling the past with modern updates.

  4. J. Parris says:

    The 1971 Mach 1 that’s pictured is not Grabber Green, but is Grabber Lime. The two green hues that were offered in the 70’s are distinctly different.

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