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The Ford Mustang has past a major milestone of fourty years! April 17, 1964 is when the first classic 1964 1/2 came out into the public and heads have been turning since. Check out a chronology of events: Mustang Info

"417" is one of those magic numbers for the Mustang. By 04/17/65 (1 year after debut) over 417,000 Mustangs were sold! That's incredible. The right car, for the right time - perfect timing. The Mustang grew in size and power in its first 8 years, then in 1974 the mustang as we knew and loved it ended. As other car manufacturers did, Ford introduced more fuel efficient models with very little horse power. At least they give it a different name. And thus, the "Mustang II" was introduced and the end of the muscle car era was complete.

A come back was made in the 80's with power and performance although the styling was not "timeless" as before. Many base models were just down right ugly. As time past, the GT models began to look very good and enthusiasts began to mod the 5.0 (302 cid) and produce some fast cars. The mid 90's Mustangs brought together good looks (even on most base models) and with the new 4.6L V8, they were fun to drive even without major mods. Today's smaller Mustangs look good and perform. They are very popular sellers again, but many still believe the classic Mustang of the 60's and early 70's can never be duplicated ...

... or maybe they can be duplicated? The new redesigned 2005 Mustang has a very similar look of the old classics bringing back the fastback. Way to go Ford! Check out the link to the left and see some the pics of the new 2005 models. The looks (or close to) of the '65 fastback with the feel and comforts of a new car. If Ford prices these cars right I believe they will be a good seller. Although I do like the looks of the 2004 Mach1 and especially the Roush 360R. Just need to find an extra 50k ...


 
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