For its swan song Ford brought out two special color convertible editions for the then 14-year-old Fox Mustang. One was white, the other this brilliant chrome yellow (which would be used on the SN95 cars). Like the "7-Up cars" these Special Editions had body-colored mirrors and rub rails. But it didn't much matter; by then the world was eagerly anticipating the '94 Mustang. No one much cared in '79 when the Fox debuted, but his tough Dearborn street fighter had made performance Mustang-centric. When Ford changed ponies in '94, the world was watching.