Your Ridiculously Awesome Ford Mustang Wallpaper Is Here

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Sometimes graffiti is illegal. Sometimes graffiti makes a really good backdrop for your 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback.

This weekend’s wallpaper comes from Jason Sorn. His father, Peter, bought the it back in 1972 as his first car and the duo spent the last two years fixing it back up. Here’s a progress photo from right after they finished up the new paint job:

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The 1967 model year marked the first major redesign of the Mustang, due in part by the major competition within the car industry at the time. The car got slightly larger since the 1966 modeltwo inches in length and nearly three in width—though the wheelbase stayed the same. In addition, the car came in so many different exterior colors that it could make your head spin.

If you’re curious about those colors, you can find a list here. Personally, I’ll take a Frost Turquoise, Dark Moss Green and a Clearwater Aqua (that, my friends, is repetition at its finest) just because of their names, thanks.

Here’s hoping that your week ahead is just as adventurous as those Mustang paint colors. As always, feel free to send in your weekend wallpaper submissions to the email address below.

Photo credit: Peter Sorn (top) and Jason Sorn (bottom). Used with permission. For a big desktop version of the top shot, click here.


Weekend Wallpapers are usually featured on Sundays, (but not always!). Got one you’d like us to run? Send it to with the subject “Weekend Wallpaper.” Just make sure you have the rights to use it.

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Had a buddy in high school with a hardtop 289, (non-GT,) in that dark moss green. Damn fun car. Steering box was junk, (no road feel whatsoever,) but the handling was surprisingly good once you figured out how to point it.