Did any Mustang ever, even a prototype, come with a 427?

Oh, yes. I don't have exact figures in front of me, but I'm GUESSING that 1968 was your best chance of owning a 427 Mustang. There was always a shortage of 427s, so there were a lot more 428 Mustangs built than 427 Mustangs. Maybe somebody will post actual numbers here and correct me where I'm wrong.
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Kruse
The question is what kind of 427. All were rare installs but one I believe is very small or even mythical. I don't remember the details any longer.
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Brent
1968 Shelby GT500 could be had with a side oiler, I believe. I have seen a couple of SOHC Mustangs at Knotts Berry Farm in Buena Park, CA., but I don't think any ever came stock with that 427.
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GILL
GILL wrote in news:i8gqb5$agj$ snipped-for-privacy@news.eternal- september.org:
That would be one costly GT500, moreso than the regular ones. Thanks to those who answered the question.
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Rich

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