One of the most iconic American cars, the Ford Mustang was originally introduced in 1963, as a prototype, to gauge the public's interest. As it turned out, people loved the Mustang! The popularity of Ford's Mustang inspired a new class of American cars - the "pony car." The pony car is a performance-oriented coupe with a long hood, short rear deck, an extra kick of style and affordability. Given the popularity of this American classic, it's no surprise that the Mustang has been continuously manufactured since the 60s. A variety of changes have been made to its style over the years, and the Mustang is currently in its sixth generation.
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Fun facts about the Ford Mustang:
Wilson Pickett's 1966 song, Mustang Sally, is about a man who buys a Ford Mustang for an ungrateful girlfriend.
Remember Steve McQueen's 1968 film Bullit? A 1968 Ford Mustang GT 390 was the star of the film's famous chase scene.
The Mustang was Ford's most successful vehicle since the Model A.
The Mustang has starred in two James Bond films.
The Ford Mustang made its first appearance on the racetrack as a pacecar for the 1964 Indianapolis 500.
The Mustang is the world's most-liked car on Facebook!