Only 5 Clarion Audio Mustangs were created

Only 5 Clarion Audio Mustangs were created

One of the special 1995 Mustang GTs is the Pick of the Day

Back in 1995, Clarion Audio bought five brand new Ford Mustangs and outfitted them “rolling sound labs” to demonstrate the company’s newest car audio sound systems. One of those five cars, a 1995 Ford Mustang, is Pick of the Day, being offered for sale on by a private owner in Vancouver, Washington.

The seller notes that the cars were outfitted with Clarion systems — which included in-dash cellular phones and color televisions — were custom painted by Doug Starbuck in Riverside, California, using PPG and House of Kolor candy and a design by artist Kristina Magnasun. Their dynamic capabilities were enhanced with Eibach springs.

Speaking of enhanced dynamics, the cars also got Kenne Bell superchargers for their 5.0-liter V8 engines, Saleen S351 wings and body kits, and Carroll Shelby Torq Thrust MS gunmetal gloss wheels. Work was done by Galpin Ford, and the cars got Galpin Ford badging.

The seller says the five Clarion Mustangs were assigned to regional sales offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Atlanta and Allendale, New York, and toured around their regions, visiting 2,000 Clarion dealers. They also were showcased at International Auto Sound Challenge Association events and at the Consumer Electronics Show.

The seller adds that according to “urban legend,” the car on offer, known as “Waykool,” also was featured at the SEMA show.

The car has been driven less than 33,000 miles since new. It is on offer for $8,500.

To view this listing on, see Pick of the Day.


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  • David Lowery
    February 28, 2019, 8:25 AM

    Is this car still for sale

    • Rosemary Herr@David Lowery
      March 2, 2019, 5:49 PM

      This car is 1 of 1 … the only one of the 5 to receive the Kenne Bell, the Saleen wing, and the Saleen front end kit.

  • Ryan Corman
    February 28, 2019, 6:57 PM

    Um- yeah, I ‘member these. Instead of just driving a pleasant moderately high performance car, let’s add ear-splitting noise to impress who?- Junior High Schoolers? "Gangstas"? Wannabes? What purpose is served by creating a performance package, then adding an entire suite of equipment specifically designed to distract the so-called "driver"?
    Overpriced by any measure- I have the factory Blaupunkt head unit and aftermarket JBL/Rockford-Fosgate in my ’04 GTO, and seldom use it as intended save for local club meets and shows. Ears are just as important as eyes while driving, yes?
    Galpin has a long history of building brilliant cars; this wasn’t one of them.