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Ford Mustangs are one of the most popular American cars in history. They were an instant hit, bringing style and dash at a price most people could afford. Both classic and newer models can be spotted on the highway and at the racetrack. Read on to learn fun facts about Ford Mustangs.

 

  1. History

    • Ford Mustangs were revealed at the New York World's Fair on April 17, 1964. Ford dealers started selling the Mustang the same day.

    Styles

    • Ford Mustangs have been offered in various styles over the years, including 2+2 fastback coups, two-door hatchbacks and two-door convertibles.

    Significance

    • Ford Mustangs were the first of the American "pony cars," a class of sporty sedans with short trunks and long hoods. The Ford Mustang is the only original pony car to remain in production without interruption.

    Loge

    • The Ford Mustang's logo is a galloping horse with a flying mane and tail. It was created by artist Phillip Clark.

    Sales

    • About 7 million Ford Mustangs have been sold since the car was first introduced to the American public.

    Awards

    • The Ford Mustang has won numerous awards over the years, including two "Motor Trend Car of the Year" awards, five "Car and Driver" awards and one "Tiffany Gold Medal."



Read more: Facts About Ford Mustangs | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/facts_5405431_ford-mustangs.html#ixzz1PqieEkn2

 

 

 

 

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