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The Mustang Imagine yourself zipping in and out of traffic wind in your hair the smell of gas people looking to see whos coming Its me owner of a nineteen sixty-five ford mustang with a three fifty-one Cleveland engine bucket seats and a weiand supercharger not to mention my Cragen wheels home to a pair of BF Goodrich 295-50-15 tires in the back and 150-60-15 tires in the front Yep the best car ever made The Mustang was invented by a man named Lee Iacocca in 1964 Iacocca invented the mustang with this thought we wanted to develop a car that you can drive to the country club on Friday night to the drag strip on Saturday and to church on Sunday I believe that Iacocca fulfilled his goal and many Americans dreams The name Mustang wasnt the first thought Ford thought of several names all animals before they came up with mustang The first mustang was sold on March 9 1964 Ford knew they had something good going and they couldnt wait until 1965 Iacocca was not sure how well the mustang was going to do until he read a sign that said Our hotcakes are selling like mustangs You could buy the original mustang for only 2389 dollars but you wont find one for that now at least not in good condition The mustang was an instant classic My opponents will probably complain about a boxy design poor gas mileage and noise But their husbands will love it Every muscle car is going to use a lot of gas Thats the beauty of it The more gas you burn the more horsepower Also the noise in any sports car noise is important A deep rumble of a small block Ford pumping exhaust out of a pair of two and a half inch Flow master mufflers You just cant beat it Im sick of people complaining about the 65 Mustang not
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