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One of the more notable changes in the '66 model from the '65 Mustang was the grille. The '65 Mustang had a honeycomb pattern, painted gunmetal gray, over which was the galloping horse emblem in its "corral" with crosshair bars connecting it to the edges of the grille. In 1966, the horse in its corral was given the illusion of floating over bright horizontal bars instead of the honeycomb. The crosshair bars remained however on the GT, in which the grille-mounted fog lights were incorporated with them.