1999 Mustang option?

Asked by May 17, 2018 at 07:38 PM about the 1999 Ford Mustang GT Convertible

Question type: General

I have recently noticed a 1999 Mustang GT convertible that has a gold pony emblem on the intake plenum.  It doesn't meet the details of the special 35th edition with the raised hood scoop, It actually has the recessed scoop.  Just curious why or if this means anything.  Seems strange for a mass produced product.  Any ideas?

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Maybe "emblem" isn't the correct terminology. Its more like a plate that is part of the air intake. Don't assume I mean its anything "special". This is a question of curiosity. I've seen this on a few other mustang pictures on the web, but again, its a little odd for a mass produced product.

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